Adamson Presents Point Concentric Series At ISE 2014

Adamson_PointConcentric_ISE-0113Adamson Systems is here at ISE with its Point Concentric Series range of passive, coaxial loudspeakers designed for both installation and rental markets. The two-way cabinets are designed to produce linear, high-resolution audio throughout the intended bandwidth. The series includes a double 5″ (PC 5), single 6″ (PC 6), single 8″ (PC 8), single 10″ (PC 10) and a single 12″ (PC 12) version.

The PC 5 and PC 6 are the most compact loudspeakers in the series. The PC 5 and the PC 6 are approximately 12″x7″x7″ and 11″x8″x8″ (H x W x D), respectively. Both enclosures provide a 70-degree conical pattern and ship with standard M10 fly points in four locations and additional rear omnimount points. Threaded pole-mount hardware can be installed, at no charge, on either cabinet by request.

When more power is required, users can step up to the larger Point Concentric options — PC 8, PC 10 and PC 12.

The PC 8 is in the middle of the Point Concentric line. It is a compact, passive two-way coaxial loudspeaker housing a single 8″ coaxial driver in a 12″x11″x10″ enclosure. It features the widest coverage pattern of the range with 80° conical dispersion. The extremely versatile loudspeaker is ideal for most rental and installation applications.

The PC 10 houses a single 10″ coaxial driver and features a 70° conical pattern. With nominal 60°x40° dispersion, the PC 12 is the only loudspeaker in the range that features a non-conical coverage pattern.

The three larger models also incorporate standard pole mount hardware. A unique rotatable jack plate allows for Neutrik NL4 connections on the bottom or back of each enclosure. Simply unfasten a few screws and rotate the jack plate to change the termination position. Optional vertical yokes are also available for added versatility.

Cabinets are coated with water borne acrylic paint, while all metalwork is finished with a Sandtex powder coating. And, all cabinets can be color-matched to the RAL library. More details are here.