A3X: Loud Dwarfs


Berlin, November 17, 2010

Musicradar.com recently reviewed the A3X and here is what they have to say:

“Promising big performance for a very small outlay”

“Adam speakers have garnered a great reputation among studio bods over the past few years and, never one to rest on its laurels, the company are continually seeking to improve their designs wherever possible.”

“…- the A3X is surprisingly loud for its size […] even at low volumes, it’s easy to hear right into the music and transient details are accurately conveyed. Overall, the character is warm, clear and punchy, and there’s a good amount of mid-range detail. In particular, the upper-mids and highs come across well, making it a joy to use for work on vocals, guitars and keyboards (that generally occupy this frequency area).”

“In action, there is little to fault with these speakers. They are musical, convey transients well, have plenty of top-end and low-end punch and the mids/lows are quite upfront, allowing you to really hear into reverb tails and basses alike. ”

“The A3X becomes even more appealing at the almost insanely low price […] It is suitable for many mix applications including surround (though for serious low-end mixing you would need a sub) and are a great set of second reference monitors.
All in all, Adam has produced a fantastic speaker that we can really see flying off the shelves.”

An excellent speaker from Adam with a big, detailed sound that far exceeds its diminutive size.

Read the full review on musicradar.com