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ADAM Audio and Producer Chuki Beats Present T Series Giveaway

Enter the Sweepstakes to Win a Pair of ADAM T7V studio Monitors and T10s Subwoofer

Nashville, TN (March 27, 2020) — ADAM Audio has teamed up with Belgian producer and influencer Chuki Beats to give away a professional 2.1 studio monitor system consisting of a pair of T7V active monitor speakers and T10S subwoofer. Chuki’s chops have anchored top R&B and hip-hop productions across Europe, including the viral Harry Potter-themed hit “Black Magic” by the artist Yung Mavu. Chuki also got pair of ADAM Audio A77X active monitors for this studio, and was so impressed that he plans to showcase them on his YouTube page, where his fun and expert tutorials have captivated over 230,000 subscribers.

“We’re setting up a new studio here in Brussels, and I’ve been able to use the A77X for a couple of weeks as of right now,” says Chuki Beats. “Even in that amount of time, I’ve said to myself, wow. These are my new standard for mixing — they are a major upgrade from what I was using before.”

Part of what makes them such a step up is the folded-ribbon design of ADAM’s signature X-ART tweeter, which Chuki — whose early training in Spanish classical guitar honed his ear for music — credits for improved detail. “The high end and midrange are much clearer,” he recounts. “For example, let’s say I have two or three tracks of vocals. On my previous speakers, it was like they were all squished together. With the A77Xs, my ears can focus in on each vocal even if they’re playing at the same time in a mix.”

Chuki is just as pleased with the opposite end of the frequency response. “Of course, everyone loves sub-bass,” he notes, “and the lows of the A77X are much more — let me say articulate — than my old monitors, which sound muddy by comparison.” This is because the A77X’s dual woofers take a tag-team approach: Both go down to 38Hz, but one rolls off at 400Hz while the other extends into the midrange up to 3000Hz. This provides plenty of punch while avoiding the phase issues that contribute to murky low-mids. “Mix decisions I’ve made about my bass have translated very well to other systems, even without the use of a subwoofer,” he adds.

The Chuki Beast ADAM Audio T Series giveaway starts on March 25th and runs through May 31st at 5pm.  The T series offers ADAM Audio’s legendary performance and sonic accuracy at a surprisingly affordable price point, which is why Chuki is choosing to give them away one lucky fan. “Check out the video of my new studio, which features the A77X and the T7V-T10S giveaway,” he explains. “My previous studio monitors, let’s say they’re a popular brand among bedroom producers, probably because they’re loud and bassy. If you really want to get serious about sounding better, I highly recommend upgrading your monitors and subs to ADAM Audio. And enter the contest as well!”

Please click here for the full list of contest rules and eligibility.  Entrants can sign up once by giving their name and email address at this link, and also gain a bonus second entry by sharing the contest on social media.

Visit Chuki’s YouTube page here. And purchase Chuki’s grooves and song construction kits for use in your own music at

About ADAM Audio

ADAM Audio monitors have had a reputation for sonic excellence and unrivaled quality ever since the company was founded in 1999. With the development of the X-ART and S-ART tweeters, which are characterized by an extended frequency range up to 50 kHz and a higher efficiency compared to dome tweeters, this unique tweeter design has become the embodiment of a transparent, highly defined and authentic sound that is the most defining development of ADAM’s proprietary designs today. Being made and tested painstakingly by hand in the Berlin factory, ADAM”s high frequency driver is a rare exception in these days of automated mass production. ADAM Audio is represented worldwide through a network of distributors and dealers in more than 75 countries. ADAM also has offices in Nashville, London and Beijing.