ADAM Audio has announced that their T8V studio monitor is now available for purchase at retailers worldwide. The T8V is the latest addition to the company’s award-winning T-Series line of professional studio monitors which offer renowned ADAM Audio performance, quality and reliability at a value price point.
Featuring an 8-inch woofer paired with powerful amplification, the T8V’s power and lower bass extension make it an ideal choice for project and home studios, clients who work in bass-heavy music genres such as hip hop, dance, ambient, dub and EDM, and those who work in non-electronic genres like funk, metal, blues and pop.
Like the full T Series line which delivers performance and specifications unprecedented in their class, the new T8V has a frequency response that reaches down 33 Hz and the ability to project an impressive SPL of 118 dB per pair. The extremely low bass extension of the T8Vs make these monitors an ideal choice to pair with the T10S T Series subwoofer.
The new T8V monitors have already received high praise from reviewers for their performance, clarity and price point, for example:
“Choosing a set of monitors that work for you is one of the most important music-making decisions you’ll ever make. With the T8V, you’ll get a high percentage of the top models’ performance for a fraction of their cost. The T8Vs are good enough to perform as the main monitors in many recording setups; delectable detail and insight make the affordable T8Vs an ideal choice for those who desire a bass performance deeper than their pockets would normally allow.” – Music Tech Magazine.
“What surprised me in the first few days of using the T8V monitors was the level of detail throughout the range and how similar these sounded to monitors which back in 2007 cost me over three times the price of the T8V. Not only did the performance impress me but also the huge sweet spot. The T8V are so impressive I am considering putting my money where my mouth is; these really do sound and feel like an upgrade which is insane given the price. For roughly £500 for a set of T8V you may be hard pressed finding another set of monitors that can provide you with a sweet spot this wide with detail comparable in style and performance to much more expensive monitors.” – Production Expert.
“Reviewing studio monitors is hard work at the best of times. The thing I like best is just how little fatigue that they cause, even after a long session, your ears never feel battered and the clarity is just superb. The sound is consistent and controlled throughout the whole frequency range. I love the clarity and definition that you get.” – DJ CityTV.