Adamson Systems Engineering is launching the IS10 and IS119 installation loudspeakers at InfoComm 2017.
The IS10 is a two-way, full-range line array cabinet containing two ND10-LM, 10” Kevlar Neodymium drivers and an NH4TA2, 1.4” exit compression driver. The critically optimized waveguide produces a slightly curved wavefront with a nominal dispersion pattern of 110° x 10° (HxV). Adamson claims that the waveguide’s efficiency allows for increased vertical dispersion without sacrificing high-frequency presence in the far field while the patent-pending Controlled Summation Technology further eliminates the low-mid lobing normally associated with two-way line source systems.
For impulse response, the companion IS119 subwoofer uses a lightweight, long excursion 19” ND19 Kevlar Neodymium driver utilizing Adamson’s Advanced Cone Architecture and a 5” voice coil for exceptional power handling. It is mounted in an ultra-efficient, front-loaded enclosure, designed to reproduce clean, musical low-frequency information. The grill profile of the IS119 has been replicated in the rear of the cabinet, allowing for cardioid deployments that appear visually identical from the audience’s perspective.