Adam Audio T7V Studio Monitors: Review

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The Adam Audio T7V monitors are great powered speakers for home DJ or production use when creating beats. Each Adam Audio T7V has two separate internal amps that power each speaker, a 7-inch woofer, and their own proprietary flat ribbon style tweeter system that provides accurate reproduction of the higher frequencies. 

The Adam Audio T7V monitors come in at a great price point ($199.99) when compared to other popular monitor speakers. They have excellent build and sound quality and also perform rather well at higher volumes.

On-board frequency adjustments for low and high, and inputs for both XLR and RCA components, is a valuable feature, too.

Pros

  • Excellent build quality. Very sturdy and solid
  • Great sound quality — crisp and detailed highs/mids and deep punchy bass
  • Good performance at high volumes
  • Low and high cutoff adjustment for different setups and room sizes
  • Great U-ART ribbon tweeter construction, look, and sound

Cons

  • No TRS (1/4-inch) input
  • No front bass ports or front controls/power indicators for easy access
  • Sound not super-flat for production.

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