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Adam Professional Audio A77XR 3-Way Active Studio Monitor (Right)

B&H # ADA77XR MFR # A77X-B
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You Pay: $1,199.00
Product Highlights
  • Optimized for Right Side Orientation
  • Pair with A77XL for A/B Setup
  • Dual 7" Horizontally Mounted Drivers
  • Single Extended Frequency Tweeter
  • Tri-Amplified Design Totaling 375W
  • Balanced XLR & Unbalanced RCA Inputs
  • Sub-Bass Frequencies Down to 38 Hz
  • Front Mounted Power & Volume Controls
  • Gain & Shelf Filters on Rear
  • High SPL Handling

The Adam A77XR 3-Way Active Studio Monitor (Right) is a horizontally designed, dual woofer near-field solution for recording, mixing and mastering music, film, video and other scenarios that require horizontal studio audio monitoring. The Adam A77XR features the driver technology implemented in the Adam A7X vertical studio monitors. Both woofers in the A77XR deliver sub-bass frequencies down to 38 Hz, however one of the woofers is crossed-over to deliver mid-range frequencies as well.

Its X-ART tweeter delivers extended frequency response up to 50 kHz, resulting in pristine, detailed and accurate high frequencies that are well suited for high-resolution audio of 96 and 192 kHz. The tweeter and woofers are independently amplified with 150W amplifiers driving each of the woofers and a 75W amplifier driving the proprietary X-ART tweeter.

There are balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA connections on the rear, along with gain and shelf controls for frequency contouring. The front panel features a power switch and volume control dial. The A77XR is designed for right side orientation and needs to be paired with the A77XL for accurate A/B orientation and stereo imaging.

Dual horizontally mounted sub-woofer drivers. Mid-range frequencies delivered from one of the installed drivers
Adam X-ART extended frequency tweeter produces high frequencies up to 50 kHz
Sub-frequencies as low as 38 Hz
Tri-amplified design with woofers and X-ART tweeter driven independently
Balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA input
Frequency gain and shelving controls on the rear panel
Power and input volume control on the front panel
Subwoofer Number: 1:1
Basket: 7" (175 mm) / 7" (175 mm)
Voice Coil: 1.5" (38 mm) / 1.5" (38 mm)
Cone Material: Carbon, Rohacell, Glass / Carbon, Rohacell, Glass
Tweeter Type: X-ART x 1
Diaphragm Area: 4"² (2420 mm²)
Equivalent Diaphragm: 2" (56 mm)
Velocity Transform Ratio: 4:1
Diaphragm Weight: 0.006 oz (0.17 g)
Amplifiers Subwoofer: PWM x 2
Amp Power RMS: 100W
Amp Power Music: 150W

Tweeter: A/B x 1
Amp Power RMS: 50W
Amp Power Music: 75W
Control Panel Input Sensitivity: -∞ to +14 dB
High Shelf EQ > 5 kHz: ±6 dB
Low Shelf EQ < 300 Hz: ±6 dB
Tweeter Gain: ±4 dB
Connections Rear XLR / RCA (analog)
Frequency Response 38 Hz - 50 kHz
THD ≤0.5% (90 dB/1 m > 100 Hz)
Output ≥114 dB (long term output)
SPL ≥122 dB
Crossover Frequencies 400 / 3000 Hz
Input Impedance 30 kohms
Magnetically Shielded Optional
Dimensions (HxWxD) 9.5 x 21 x 11" (236 x 530 x 280 mm)
Weight 28.2 lb (12.8 kg)
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