Five years of intense development has led to PMC’s latest range of near and midfield monitor speakers, and according to the brand, they’re primed to “turn the world of studio monitoring on its head” – so one has to assume they’re pretty good.
The range shows immense promise as it’s said to feature the signature sound of PMC’s larger monitors, more often found in world-class studios.
The speakers replace PMC’s twotwo series, and the new range includes the two-way PMC6 and three-way PMC6-2 and PMC8-2, as well as the PMC8 SUB and PMC8-2 SUB subwoofers.
Major features across all speakers include all-new drivers, “state of the art” DSP and Class-D amplifiers, along with improvements made to the company’s proprietary ATL bass-loading and Laminair air flow technologies.
Through the SoundAlign app – for browsers, smartphones, tablets, PC and Mac – you get to control and configure the monitors in your setup wirelessly. The network interface is also where you’ll be making detailed EQ adjustments, grouping speakers and more.
Jeff Willcocks, PMC’s CEO, said the new speakers represent “a huge leap forward” for both the company and the customers it serves.
“PMC has always understood what is required by world-class recording professionals and our monitors are internationally renowned for delivering exceptional sound quality,” he said in a statement. “We know that the level of excellence we can now deliver is unmatched and will have an enormous and positive impact on the professional audio industry.”
Pricing and availability for the new monitor range have yet to be announced.
Learn more about the speakers at pmc-speakers.com