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Articles May-June 2021

Pursuing the Pro Audio Trail

In conversation with Caroline Moss and Sue Gould

PT got in touch with the Pro AVL Asia magazine core team of Editor - Caroline Moss and Sales Director - Sue Gould, who between them boast of over three decades of experience in the pro audio industry..... read more

NJSM Marks a Milestone in the Business of Sound

From Rental Company to manufacturer and innovator, Nixon Johnny has guided and grown NJSM from a two-person company to a fifty-person company, continuing to expand into virtual events with NJSM Virtual Studio..... read more

Tech Savvy Environment for T-Systems

Eyte Technologies installs high-tech AV Solution at T-System’s Experience Center facilitating brand value and delivering superior customer experience..... read more

Conversations with SudeepAudio

Sudeep Audio, one of India’s first pro audio web store selling studio software and equipment online commenced its YouTube Channel, ConverSAtions, in 2011 to share the journey of Indian Sound Engineers..... read more


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Martin Audio Adorn Ceiling and Pendant Speakers Now Shipping To APAC




Martin Audio has announced that it has now started shipping the ADORN series ceiling loudspeakers to the APAC territories. The extension to the popular new installation series, which brings class-leading performance, reliability and value to a wide range of installations, was first announced back in February this year.

Along with the ceiling speakers is the availability of the company’s first ever pendant speaker, which comes in black or white as standard.

Featuring Martin Audio’s signature sound characteristics, the ADORN in-ceiling series is the perfect choice for background and foreground systems which require superior sound quality from visually discreet, ultra-compact enclosures. They also provide a seamless sonic transition within a multi-zone complex using larger Martin Audio systems such as CDD or BlacklineX.

All the new ceiling models have a nominal impedance of 16 ohms, enabling four or more speakers to be driven in parallel by one amplifier channel, thereby maximising efficiency and minimising cost. For full-bandwidth protection, the low and high frequency sections are individually protected against overload in all models.

The ACS-40TS in-ceiling speaker produces 108dB peak output at 1 metre and its ported design delivers strong bass that extends down to 73Hz. The very wide 180° conical coverage of the ACS-40TS makes it particularly suitable for low ceilings and reduces the number of speakers required for even coverage. It features a shallow backcan for installation in ceilings with a minimum cavity depth.

The ACS-55TS in-ceiling speaker produces 113dB peak output at 1 metre and its ported design delivers strong bass that extends down to 79Hz. The wide 150° conical coverage of the ACS-55TS makes it particularly suitable for low ceilings and it features a shallow backcan for installation in ceilings with a minimum cavity depth.

The in-ceiling ACS-55T produces 113dB peak output at 1 metre and its ported bass reflex design and backcan with generous internal volume maximises low frequency output and delivers strong bass that extends down to 62Hz. It also features a wide 150° conical coverage.

The ACP-55T pendant speaker produces 109dB peak output at 1 metre and delivers superb sound quality for both music and speech reproduction. Its stylish pendant enclosure is equipped with a single-point mounting system plus provision for attaching a safety cable, and also features a wide 150° conical coverage.

Stated Martin Audio DM, Dom Harter, “We’re excited to start shipping these additional ceiling and pendant loudspeakers as part of the ADORN range, which is already becoming a firm favourite of commercial installs. APAC was prioritised, as it is a region that has emerged quicker from the pandemic and shows opportunity for growth. It will also start shipping from our European and North American hubs from late September.”

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