PMC News

PMC at The Hi-Fi Show

PMC will be showcasing the twenty.22, twenty.26 and fact.12 speaker trio to The Hi-Fi Show, Windsor, on 1st/2nd November to entertain visitors in the Wessex 8 room over the course of the weekend.

Taking centre stage during the morning sessions will be the newly launched twenty.26. A three-way model, the 26 is the pinnacle of the highly acclaimed twenty...

twenty series stands promotion

To mark the twenty.22 receiving the “Best Standmounter £1200+”, for the third year running, at the recent What Hi-Fi? awards, PMC is offering the chance for all purchasers of this model and its slightly smaller sibling, the twenty.21, to obtain a set of dedicated speaker stands. The twenty series stands, worth £295, will be included with each pair of twenty series standmount...

Capitol Studios receive 1st QB1-A's

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC is proud to publicly announce the first sales of PMC's QB1-A reference monitors. The sale of two pairs of the new reference monitors to Capitol Studios has been confirmed at the AES Convention in Los Angeles as part of the ongoing refurbishment programme at Capitol, with one pair destined for Studio A, the other for Studio B.

Launched this week...

PMC launch the QB1-A

British reference loudspeaker manufacturer PMC has announced the launch of the QB1 Active, a large-scale, ultra-high-resolution main studio monitor with analogue and digital (up to 192kHz) inputs. Ideal for either soffit-mounted or free-standing use, each QB1-A incorporates the latest generation of PMC's driver designs, Class-D amplification, Advanced Transmission Line (ATL™) bass-loading...

PMC At AES '14

The 137th AES Convention, which is being held in the Los Angeles Convention  Center from October 9th-12th, 2014, is an important one for UK-based loudspeaker manufacturer PMC, who will be publicly exhibiting a new high-end product aimed at the large-scale reference monitor market for the very first time internationally. "We don't want to say too much about it at this stage," comments...

Steve Rothery's 'The Ghosts of Pripyat'

Marillion’s guitarist and founder Steve Rothery chose to use PMC twotwo active compact monitors during the recording of his new solo album, “The Ghosts of Pripyat” to enable the true intricate detail of his performance to be captured with absolute accuracy.

Conceived during an appearance at the Plovdiv International guitar festival held...