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Adamson Systems Project Energia V2.5 Preset Library Released
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Adamson Systems has announced the introduction of the Project Energia Version 2.5 preset library.

Energia Beta partners around the world are now fielding the new presets on summer tours and festivals while reporting the results to Adamson’s R&D department.

Ben Cabot, Adamson director of loudspeaker development for Adamson, optimized and streamlined the setup and performance of the company’s new E15 line array. “We used Boundary Element analysis with hundreds of incremental acoustic measurements on all possible array configurations to develop V2.5,”  he notes. “We definitely got the job done.”

“The release of the library makes Energia an even more powerful solution in concert touring and fixed install. V2.5 maximizes headroom, coverage and sonic purity throughout venues of various size and shape making the job for a systems engineer that much easier,” adds Jesse Adamson.

Adamson CEO Brock Adamson concludes, “The expansion of our software and electrical engineering team is a big step in introducing new technology into our product. Our team has grown significantly in the past two years and the results are becoming evident. 

“V2.5 is a powerful tool and though we have only been fielding it for a few weeks, the feedback has been remarkable.”

Adamson Systems

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