PMC News

PMC's in the new Control Room 1 at Wisseloord Studios

The first paying clients have begun work at the reopened Wisseloord Studios in the Netherlands. The studio complex has an illustrious history stretching back to 1978, but after being rescued from bankruptcy by a team including Dutch recording engineer Ronald Prent and mastering specialist Darcy Proper in mid-2010, it spent much of the following 15 months undergoing extensive refurbishment,...

Strictly Come Dancing

With well over 12 million people watching it on Saturday night, the Strictly Come Dancing final was the TV event of the weekend and PMC loudspeakers had a very important part to play in the live broadcast. 

Our friends at Red TX, the leading broadcast sound recording specialists for film and television, were appointed to oversee the 5.1 channel sound mix for the event. Broadcast live...

Amy Winehouse

The late soul singer Amy Winehouse’s album ‘Lioness: Hidden Treasures’ currently topping the UK album charts, is another hit produced using PMC. 

The record, which features 12 original tracks and covers, was compiled by long-time musical partners Salaam Remi and Mark...

Steve Hogarth performs at PMC's 20th anniversary

The British Music Experience, The O2, London. In celebration of PMC’s 20th anniversary, the company hosted a conference, gala dinner and awards ceremony earlier this week for its international distributors and UK retailers, which concluded with an exclusive concert. 

Twenty Series

New twenty series from PMC celebrates 20 years of world class loudspeaker manufacturing

The British Music Experience, The O2, London. At a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of the company, PMC is introducing a new range of loudspeakers, the twenty series, which offer the music lover unparalled performance and set a new benchmark for...

Peter Thomas at the 20th Anniversary Dinner

PMC was established 20 years ago out of the passion of BBC engineer Peter Thomas and FWO Bauch engineer Adrian Loader, who built their first full-range monitor in a garage, the ‘Big Box’ was born. Based on transmission-line technology, what became known as the BB5, was later to be sold to the BBC for use at Maida Vale, effectively handling the higher sound pressure levels required for pop and...