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Adam Hall to reveal audio innovations at NAMM 2019

The presentations will include the launch of Palmer’s new brand identity with monitor controller Monicon XL, STUDIMON5 studio monitor and Adam Hall’s new LD Systems Wireless System

The Adam Hall Group are set to showcase new audio products at the upcoming NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, January 24-27 2019. Adam Hall will be presenting at booth 11514 in Hall A.

The company will also be debuting the new brand identity of Palmer; the Palmer portfolio has been expanded to include a variety of digital hybrid products with renewed aesthetics and features. 

“As an Adam Hall Group brand, the newly revamped presence of Palmer at the Winter NAMM Show 2019 marks the beginning of a new era for us,” commented Robin Henlich, product manager, pro audio. “Times are changing and so is Palmer. Our focus is on the continued evolution of the brand with digital hybrid products, while staying true to its heritage and mission to help musicians and sound professionals create pure signals in the pursuit of defining their own sound.”

The new Palmer Monicon XL is the flagship of the Monicon series, a monitor controller for mixing in both home studio and modern studio environments. It is designed to provide flexible positioning on tables and comfortable working, with a streamlined aesthetic. In addition, its correlation meter displays the phase difference between the left and right channel of a stereo signal, thus revealing mono compatibility errors in a mix. The completely analogue audio circuit means there is no latency when monitoring; coaxial S/PDIF signals are converted directly at input.

Adam Hall will also present the new Palmer STUDIMON5, a 5-inch studio monitor in a compact bass reflex design. With its wooden side panels, the studio monitors can be used in the studio, as well as integrated into other professional audio environments. The monitor features a bass reflex port, a jack, XLR inputs, and volume control.

The new LD Systems U300 series UHF Wireless System, developed in Germany, will also be showcased, offering comprehensive system solutions based on wireless technology. These solutions include headsets, lavalier or clip microphones, a version for electric guitars and basses, and sets with handheld microphones. The series is complemented by the U300 Wireless In-Ear Monitoring (IEM) Systems; depending on the version chosen, both the IEM and UHF radio systems cover different frequency range. 

The U300 series handheld transmitter features dynamic cardioid capsules and provides a wide frequency response of 55 Hz to 16 kHz. The microphones are compatible with the U500 series capsules and can be tuned flexibly in vocal and voice applications, meaning condenser microphones and hypercardioid microphone heads can also be used.

The U300 systems provide twelve channels and are available in various frequency ranges so that they can be used around the world. Depending on the frequency band, and under optimal environmental conditions, up to six parallel radio links can be operated with the U300 series. A 19” rack mount set for the U300 receiver is also available.

LD Systems has emphasised the long-term reliability, interference-free operation and worthy transmission properties – with 10 mW transmission power – of the product.

Adam Hall will also be revealing the latest Gravity premium stands and Stereobar Plus, as well as Palmer’s Pocket amp series for guitarists and bass guitarists.