Adamson unveils VGt

Adamson announced the launch of VGt, the first product in the Vergence Group, setting a new standard for high-performance audio products with seamless integration.

“VGt represents more than a technological advancement; it’s the next level in sound engineering, designed to deliver unparalleled power and sonic performance. VGt isn’t just changing the game — it’s redefining it,” said Jochen Sommer, Director of Operations EMEA.

At the heart of VGt lies Adamson’s patented mid-range technology, which redefines the capabilities of a line array system. Combined with onboard class-D amplification, redundant and daisy-chainable Milan AVB, and comprehensive DSP, VGt delivers clarity while maintaining a compact size and weight.

“Over the years, we have always managed to innovate with designs that lead the field in loudspeaker development, with a focus on mid-range. When I envisioned the M140, the concept was to bring the power of our ground-breaking M200 transducer to a concentric line array enclosure, while improving on the performance. What our team has managed to produce with the VGt outperforms the best that the market has to offer,” commented Brock Adamson, President & CEO.

Understanding that every venue has unique acoustic challenges, VGt offers variable low-frequency coverage patterns. Users can choose from various cardioid or non-cardioid configurations to tailor sound coverage precisely to their needs.

The Autolock rigging system allows a single technician to quickly and safely set up an entire system, streamlining the process, and saving time and labour costs.

VGt is more than a standalone product—it’s part of a comprehensive ecosystem. This includes brackets, dollies, accessories, and covers, all designed to work seamlessly with our Array Intelligence software. This powerful combination enhances design, deployment, control, and monitoring capabilities in both mobile and installation environments.

Using the ArrayIntelligence software allows for seamless combination of VGt with CS-Series, while the Adamson Bridge closes the gap to integrate all legacy ground amplified systems.

“After years of in-house development and testing, the launch of VGt starts a pilot phase with a handful of exclusive partners extensively using the VGt on the road. The first deployments received nothing but positive feedback. Throughout the coming year, we will be organizing live demonstrations to give everyone ample opportunity to experience VGt in action,” added Pieter van Hoogdalem, Business Development Strategist.

The dolly design optimizes truck space and includes a flat-top platform option for additional stacking flexibility, accommodating both 3-high and 4-high dolly configurations.

With energy-efficient and lightweight electronics in each loudspeaker, rack space is drastically reduced. As an example, an array of 18 VGt require 4 rack units and only 6 power and network home runs.

As speaker cables are virtually eliminated in VGt there is no speaker cable loss and even long home runs are possible without impacting quality. By getting rid of most rack space and transporting all space-consuming accessories on the dolly, VGt forms the tightest truck pack possible, reducing environmental impact.

An underhang bracket expands VGt’s functionality, allowing users to fly CS10 under the VGt. It also doubles as a pull-back frame and a secure point for the array during harsh weather conditions.

VGt is not just another speaker; it’s a large-format line array enclosure that’s been meticulously crafted for use in arenas, stadiums, festivals, performance halls, and more.