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Review - PMC Cor

PMC Cor

PMC Launch the Cor - Integrated Amp
T he PMC Cor Integrated Amp retails in the UK for £4,995 and is a conventional integrated amp i.e. no digital inputs. The Cor. PMC’s first integrated amp and first seen at the High End Show in Munich 207, has one set of balanced inputs and four RCA inputs. There is also a pre-out so it can be used as a pre-amp with a power amp and a direct in. The direct in goes straight to the power amp section of Cor. There are two speaker outputs one for the left and one for the right speakers. The Cor is a class A B amp offering 95Watts into 8 Ohms and 140 Watts into 4 Ohms. There are defeatable sliding controls for balance treble and bass too as well as a mute and mono switch.



Review - PMC Twenty5 Speaker Range

PMC Twenty5 Speaker Range

PMC Launch The Twenty5 Speaker Range
T he PMC twenty5 speaker range is the culmination of 25 years of research and is a 5 strong speaker range including two stand mount speakers, the two-way twenty5.21 (£1,870) and twenty5.22 (£2,450); and three floor-standing models, the twenty5.23 (£2,970), twenty5.24 (£4,250) (both two-way) and the three-way twenty5.26 (£6995). The PMC twenty5 speaker range features a number of innovations, including a key development that has been achieved as a result of the research into aerodynamics that was originally conducted for PMC’s flagship studio monitors, the QB1 – reference loudspeaker. In keeping with all PMC products, the foundation of the twenty5 series is Advanced Transmission Line bass loading, which has been radically improved and enhanced with the new aerodynamically designed Laminair vent technology. Twenty5 speakers are available in a variety of styles and finishes.



Review - PMC Twenty.Sub

PMC Twenty.Sub

PMC launch the PMC Twenty.Sub - Subwoofer
P MC's mystery product at the Bristol HiFi Show 2015 has now been revealed. From the teaser photos it looked like a baby PMC twenty speaker. Although correct here in that it’s a twenty series product, it’s actually a lot bigger than any of the PMC stand mounted speakers such as the twenty.21 and twenty.22 and is in fact a Subwoofer the PMC Twenty Sub. It’s highly unusual as a subwoofer in that when you think of a subwoofer, you think of a cubic box with one side completely occupied by one large driver. The PMC Twenty.Sub is instead speaker shaped and has two drive units!



Review - PMC twotwo sub2 - Subwoofer

PMC twotwo sub2 - Subwoofer

PMC Reveal The PMC twotwo sub2 Subwoofer
T he PMC twotwo sub2 subwoofer improves on the existing PMC twotwo sub1 by offering greater headroom and dynamics. The PMC twotwo sub 2 is a low-distortion, active subwoofer featuring PMC's ATL bass-loading port technology. ATL is a technology where the bass port is extended and improved internally via tubes within the speaker or subwoofer (you can see the two ATL Ports at the front of the PMC twotwo sub2 subwoofer in the picture above), The active amplification in the PMC two two sub2 is provided via internal Class-D amplifiers. DSP based filtering and bass management (which extends bass output significantly without increasing distortion) adds to the sound quality. Finally in summary of the PMC twotwo sub2 a rigid, braced cabinet ensures that unwanted cabinet caused colouration is reduced to miniscule and inaudible levels.



Review - PMC twenty.26

PMC twenty.26

PMC reveal the twenty.26 - three way floorstanding speaker
T he PMC twenty.26 speaker is a new addition to the hugely popular twenty series loudspeaker range. The PMC twenty.26 , the largest speaker in the PMC twenty range , brings the benefits of three way speaker design to the PMC twenty range.



Review - PMC twotwo sub1 active subwoofer

PMC twotwo sub1 active subwoofer

PMC launch the twotwo sub1 active subwoofer
T he new PMC twotwo sub1 is a low-distortion, active subwoofer featuring PMC’s unique ATL™ bass-loading technology, Class D amplification and DSP-based filtering and bass management, which extends bass output significantly with negligible harmonic distortion. The built-in amplifier delivers an impressive 400W of power to the sub, which has an active frequency response from a profound 22Hz up to 200Hz, and as with all PMC ATL™ designs, the tonal balance of the output remains consistent at all listening levels, from whisper-quiet to a stentorian blast. The sub1 can be deployed in a 2.1 configuration with twotwo series monitors to gain extra bass extension and headroom, or reproduce the low frequency effects (LFE) channel in a surround monitoring system.




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