Product Code:9530002

Adamson M12-A/P Wedge Monitor (Active / Passive Switchable)

  • Wedge monitor: 2-way, LF - 1x 12" ND12-L, HF 1x 3" DE920, bi-amped/passive switchable.
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The incredibly lightweight Adamson M12 monitor delivers everything you need in a low profile stage monitor: fantastic gain before feedback, precise pattern control and high output with extremely low distortion. Together, the symmetrical trapezoid design and the 65° x 65° waveguide, allow any two M12s to operate as a mirrored pair. The M12 exhibits remarkably low distortion thanks to the qualities of its advanced multi-layer Kevlar cone driver. 

 Adamson’s first lightweight, long-excursion 12” Kevlar Neodymium driver supplies exceptional power handling with outstanding mid-frequency response, ideal for demanding vocal performances. Adamson’s Advanced Cone Architecture dramatically increases the linearized mid-range response by reducing the radial and chaotic modes in the ND12-L’s passband. The Kevlar cone design also enforces extreme durability in wet conditions making the M12 an ideal solution for outdoor events. 

The M12 is available in Active (Bi-amped), or Active / Passive switchable configurations.


Frequency Range (+/-3 dB) 60 Hz - 18 kHz
Nominal Directivity (-6 dB) H x V 65° x 65°
Maximum Peak SPL** 136.9 dB Active, 136.7 dB Passive
Components LF 12" ND12-L Kevlar Neodymium Mid-Bass Driver
Components HF B&C DE920TN 3" Diaphragm / 1.4" Exit Compression Driver
Nominal Impedance LF 8 Ω
Nominal Impedance HF 8 Ω
Nominal Impedance Passive 8 Ω
Power Handling (AES / Peak) LF 500 / 2000 W
Power Handling (AES / Peak) HF 110 / 440 W
Power Handling (AES / Peak) Passive 610 / 2440 W
Connection 4x Speakon™ NL4
Height Front (mm / in) 343 / 13.5
Width (mm / in) 638 / 25.1
Depth (mm / in) 401 / 15.8
Weight (kg / lbs) 19.3 / 42.5
Supported Processing Lake, XTA

**12 dB crest factor pink noise at 1m, free field, using specified processing and amplification