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Completed CS-Series demonstrates Adamson’s faith in AVB

Completed CS-Series demonstrates Adamson’s faith in AVB

Completed CS-Series demonstrates Adamson’s faith in AVB

Available as standalone products or as an upgrade to the existing S-Series of sub-compact enclosures with on-board amplification, DSP and Milan-ready AVB connectivity, the CS-Series from Adamson Systems Engineering has been unveiled. Boasting integrated network redundancy, a single cable relays audio and control signal over the Milan-ready AVB architecture.

Adamson CS10p and CS7p point-source loudspeakers
Adamson CS10p and CS7p point-source loudspeakers

Currently, the CS-Series comprises of the CS7 full-range array enclosure, CS7p point-source enclosure and companion CS118 subwoofer, together with the sub-compact CS10 full-range array enclosure, CS10n narrow-dispersion array enclosure, CS10p point-source cabinet and companion CS119 subwoofer. Featuring the same form factors as their S-Series counterparts, the compatible sonic signatures also mirror the S-Series and IS-Series for promoting scalable configurations from portable to high-performance systems. Any existing S-Series cabinets can be converted to CS models using the turnkey CS Upgrade Kit, removing four screws, connecting the CS Jackplate with the provided wiring connectors and switching the front grille.

Four rack-mounted products also debut as part of the CS-Series. Containing dual-LAN, Milan-ready AVB, AES/EBU and analogue connections, the CS Gateway is a 16x16 matrix with 16 channels of DSP. The NDS is a network and analogue patchbay for transmitting redundant audio and control to CS loudspeakers on a single network cable. The PDS ensures that all CS-Series systems receive enough power regardless of region, while monitoring per power output and overall draw consumption data. The CS Bridge replaces the existing network infrastructure in Adamson's E-Rack, integrating the CS-Series into existing inventories by converting dual-LAN, Milan-ready AVB signals to AES/EBU and providing six channels of DSP per unit.

Completing the suite, the Canadian manufacturer’s CS software enhances the ability to design, deploy, control and monitor systems in mobile and installed environments. A simplified workflow and an easy-to-navigate user interface moves logically from design and simulation through to patch, control, metering, optimisation and diagnostics.



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