Adam S3X-V – Vertical Active Speaker, single | Used but mint condition



The Adam S3X-V – Used but in mint condition. This is a Vertical active speaker, recently refurbished comes with 3 months warranty.

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The Adam S3X-V 3-Way Nearfield / Midfield Monitor Main Features Include:

  • Woofer: 228mm (9”) HexaCone®
  • Midrange: 116mm (4.5”) HexaCone®
  • Tweeter: X-ART
  • Frequency.response: (± 3 dB) 32Hz – 50kHz
  • Panel: Input/HF gain, Hi/Lo EQ
  • Built-in amplifiers: Woofer: 250W / 350W Midrange: 250W / 350W Tweeter: 50W / 100W
  • Inputs: Analog: Balanced XLR Digital (opt.): AES/EBU + SPDIF
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 485mm x 281mm x 295mm (19.4” x 11.2” x 11.8”)
  • Weight: 15,4 kg (34 lbs)

The Adam S3X-V 3-Way Nearfield / Midfield Monitor With 9″ Woofer features the highly developed 4” midrange HexaCone™ and 9” HexaCone™ woofer. Combined together with the X-ART tweeter creates the unique S3X-V control monitor.

The Adam S3XV 3 Way Nearfield / Midfield Monitor is capable of producing more power and volume along with a more detailed and homogeneous sound that will impress even the most experienced sound engineer. Whether the complex sonic images of an orchestra or the smooth tone of a jazz trio, the Adam S3X-V reveals even the finest nuances of any material. The driver assembly of the S3X-V allows long-time, non-fatiguing listening sessions.

The Adam S3X-V can be optionally retrofitted with a 24 bit/192 kHz D/A Converter featuring an AES/EBU (XLR) and a SPDIF (RCA) inputs as well as a R/L/Mono switch.

Six controls can be found on the front panel. Input sensitivity is handled by two controls. One control allows for coarse settings (-20dB to +8dB), while the second is used for fine tuning in 0.5dB steps, ranging from -1.5dB to 2dB. There are two controls for the lower frequencies. One is an equalizer at 80 Hz that boosts bass response sometimes desirable in popular music. The second is a shelf filter that allows the engineer to alter the frequencies below 150 Hz. High frequencies can also be adjusted by two different controls. The first alters the high frequency volume (-2dB to +2dB), while the second is a shelf filter for frequencies above 6 kHz. Both the high and low shelf filters can raise or lower ±4 dB progressively within their frequency band.