Clarity, transparency, power and exceptional audio quality are the hallmarks of PMC products.

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC is showing a comprehensive range of professional monitors at the 145th AES Convention in New York, with products suited to every application – from recording and mixing to mastering, post production and broadcast.

On show at PMC’s booth (332) will be the company’s ever popular twotwo series and the result6 compact nearfield reference monitor that was launched exactly a year ago to huge critical acclaim. This two-way active loudspeaker delivers on every level as it combines all the attributes for which the company’s pro reference monitors are internationally renowned. These include high resolution and detail, accurate and extended bass, consistent tonal balance on all levels and wide dispersion and sweet spot — all distilled into an affordable nearfield reference with the emphasis on elegant simplicity.

Since its launch, result6 has garnered some impressive reviews and sales, with new users including Afrojack, Basement Jaxx, Chris Tabron and the Confetti Institute of Creative Technology in the UK.

"The result6 provides the perfect introduction to the benefits of ATL™ technology for audio professionals new to our range," explains Oliver Thomas, PMC's Head of Design. "These monitors deliver PMC’s characteristically neutral, dependable reference sound solely on the strength of meticulous engineering. From the user's perspective, you can plug it in and immediately trust what you hear, allowing you to create the best-sounding results in the shortest possible time."

PMC will also have a demo room at AES (1E06) where it will show some of its larger monitors in a 9.1 configuration. The room will be equipped with a stereo pair of MB3S-XBD-A monitors, an MB3S-A centre channel, IB1S-III surround channels and twotwo6 height channels. Also on demo are the result6, twotwo8 and twotwoSub 2 monitors.

As in previous years, PMC will support the official AES 9.1 high resolution presentations and will combine these with educational presentations as part of its Masters of Audio seminar programme - a lively and popular series of events featuring a select group of eminent, world-renowned music professionals.

The 143rd AES Convention takes place at the Javits Convention Centre, New York, from October 17th – 19th 2018. For more information about PMC please visit Booth 332 or visit


About PMC

PMC is a UK-based, world-leading manufacturer of loudspeaker systems, the tools of choice in all ultra-critical professional monitoring applications, and also for the discerning audiophile at home, where they provide a transparent window into the recording artist's original intentions. PMC products use the best available materials and design principles, including the company's proprietary Advanced Transmission Line (ATL™) bass-loading technology, cutting-edge amplification and advanced DSP techniques to create loudspeakers that present sound and music exactly as it was when first created, with the highest possible resolution, and without coloration or distortion. For more information on our clients and products, see



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