Indulge your senses with PMC’s twenty5 series at The Indulgence Show

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The twenty5 series at The Indulgence Show

PMC’s new twenty5 series, recently launched to universal acclaim, will be given its first UK hi-fi show outing when then entire range is presented to the public at The Indulgence Show, 14-16 October.

Following its debut at The High End Show, Munich, in May 2016, the twenty5 series, so named to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, has been received with glowing praise around the world. Critics, retailers and consumers alike have revelled in the products’ new technologies, such as the Laminar™ vent design and latest Advanced Transmission Line, which produces a listening experience that redefines high-fidelity.

Visitors to PMC’s presentation in the Mouton Cadet Suite, 2nd floor, will be able to audition the full complement of twenty5 series models, from the smallest, the twenty5.21 to the three-way flagship model, the twenty5.26, including the five-star reviewed twenty5.22. Show goers will understand why the reviewers were moved to say: “PMC has come up with a winning formula for its hugely impressive new speakers.”

PMC will be partnering the twenty.5 series with the new Bryston Cubed Series statement design power amplifiers, Bryston BDP2 digital player and the ultra-high-resolution DSD compatible Bryston BDA-3 DAC.

Many other exhibitors will further enhance the company’s presence at the show, through their selection of PMC products for use with their own equipment:

Leema Acoustics will be using the twenty5.21 and fact.12s in the Talbot Suite to partner with its Constellation range and to help launch a new range of exciting products. In the Cremant Suite, Townshend Audio will be demonstrating its Seismic Platforms with the fact.8s and Vertere Acoustics is using the phenomenal three- way MB2se with its range of exclusive turntables.

Exposing the visitors to an experience usually only reserved for professionals in the recording the studio, the MB2 XBD-A (Active), as used at Metropolis Mastering, Abbey Road and many other studios around the globe, will provide the aural backdrop to an exclusive exhibition that features the photographs of Ross Halfin, the world’s leading rock music photographer in the Chalon Room.

See PMC at The Indulgence Show, 14-16 October, Novotel London West, Hammersmith.