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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Aug-18 > ADAM AUDIO T5V Monitors £299

ADAM AUDIO T5V Monitors £299

Though they can be pricey, good monitors are critical to any studio setup. John Pickford finds that ADAM’s T5V’s might be the perfect budget solution…

An accurate monitoring system is crucial when perfecting your sounds and, as we always advise, buy the best you can afford. Unfortunately, not everyone has deep enough pockets for the four-figure sums many monitors cost. ADAM Audio has addressed this issue with their T Series, comprising the T7V and its smaller sibling the T5V, the most affordable monitor the company offers.

You could be forgiven for thinking a sub-£300 monitor must be severely compromised, however ADAM has been in the professional monitoring business long enough to incorporate trickle-down technology from their top-line models; their proprietary HPS waveguard used here, for example, behaves the same as that used for their flagship S Series.

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In response to the ever-growing world of sound design, we highlight many of the best tools of the trade to equip you to experiment yourself, step-by-step guides to various processes, plus interviews with those whose careers have been built in the world of professional sound design. Elsewhere, we speak to former Stereophonics drummer Javier Weyler, whose company Breaking Waves facilitate the sonic needs of filmmakers in innovative, creative ways. We also talk to mix engineer Giles Barrett about his boat-based studio and head inside Nottingham's newly-opened Mount Street Studios. Along with our usual range of in-depth reviews we see our tutorial section expand once more as we welcome a brand new Reason series. We hope you enjoy the issue!