PMC News

We are pleased to announce that the ci series has won in this year’s ‘Best of Show’ at ISE 2023 awards in the Residential Systems category.
The awards recognise and celebrate the very best products on show at ISE, one of the largest professional AV and technology shows of the year. Our product was judged based on its feature set, innovation, perceived value and ease...
PMC will use the ISE Show in Barcelona to demonstrate its ci series loudspeakers to the show visitors, exposing them to the speakers used as the reference standard in Dolby Atmos mixing studios across the world, and highlighting the audio quality that is possible in residential cinema installations.
PMC slimline monitors feature in recording, mixing and mastering...

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC recently made its Dolby Atmos demo facility in London available to producer Will Reeves so that he could mix the Atmos version of Stormzy’s third album This Is What I Mean.

This Is What I Mean, which was No. 1 in the UK album charts for three weeks is being hailed as the rapper’s most important album to date because it shows vulnerability by dealing with...


Gold Diggers, a unique music production complex in East Hollywood, Los Angeles, has transformed two of its seven studios into immersive audio music mixing rooms.

Both rooms are now equipped with PMC monitoring systems, which were chosen by Gold Diggers’ managing partner and studio manager, Simon Horrocks, because they are widely regarded as the industry standard for Dolby Atmos...

PMC’s reputation as an industry leader in the immersive audio market has led dBs Institute of Sound & Digital Technologies to choose the company’s loudspeakers for two new Dolby Atmos Music studios it is opening at its Manchester and Bristol campuses.
dBs Institute, which also has a campus in Plymouth, offers degree and master’s programmes across a range of music...

With more than 20 years’ experience as a composer and audio specialist, Edward Patrick White knows the importance of creating arrangements and mixes that translate seamlessly between his own studio and a dubbing stage. Having the right tools for the job is critical, which is why he has recently changed his studio monitoring to incorporate a pair of PMC 6-2 nearfield monitors.