PMC News

11.3 Demo in the What HiFi? Sound & Vision Room

In a very public acknowledgement of just how good the stunning new PMC twenty series is, no less than five rooms at the forthcoming Sound & Vision, The Bristol Show, will be using models from the range and What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision will be using the company’s on-wall wafer series throughout its demonstrations.

In addition to PMC demonstrating the twenty series in stereo in room...

Bristol Sound & Vision Show

PMC loudspeakers will feature no fewer than three new products at this year’s Sound & Vision show in Bristol on 24-26 February. The new twenty.C centre channel and new Bryston SP-3 surround processor will be on demonstration in the Berlin Suite and room 204 will feature the new Bryston BHA-1 headphone amplifier, in addition to the recently launched PMC twenty series which is receiving its...

New PMC twenty.C

At the forthcoming Sound & Vision Show in Bristol on 24-26 February, PMC will be unveiling the new twenty.C dedicated centre channel loudspeaker. With styling and performance to complement the recently launched twenty series speakers, the twenty.C enables home theatre enthusiasts to share in all the benefits of PMC’s latest drive unit and ATL™ innovations, to enhance their enjoyment of...

New Bryston BHA-1

The new BHA-1 high quality headphone amplifier is being launched by PMC loudspeakers, the UK distributor for Bryston, in room 204 at this year’s Sound & Vision Show, with a demonstration using the new flagship Sennheiser headphones.  The new system brings all the benefits of Bryston’s market-leading amplifier technology, with its Class-A circuitry, dual mono design and substantial power...

New Bryston SP3 Processor

PMC loudspeakers, UK distributor of Bryston electronics, is launching the SP-3 surround processor, following three years’ development and designed to surpass the already class-leading SP-2.  This easy to use, ultra-high performance processor combines discrete Class A audio circuitry with separated analogue and digital power supplies, true analogue pass through and the ability to handle the...

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,...