PMC adds good looking sub to Twenty family
British loudspeaker manufacturer PMC announced the launch of a new addition to the Twenty family at the Sound and Vision (aka The Bristol) Show 2015 in the form of the Twenty Sub.
PMC has designed the Twenty-branded subwoofer for use with movies and music alike, with the Advanced Transmission Line (ATL) bass loading principle a feature of its latest product.
PMC says that the Twenty Sub’s design is…
deeply rooted in the world of professional audio, using tried and tested technology that has continuously proven itself by producing music hits as well as Hollywood blockbusters.”
Class D amplification and “ultra-precise DSP control” have also been incorporated into the Twenty Sub, with two long-throw 7-inch custom-designed bass drivers featuring ultra-light and ultra-stiff paper cones.
The cones are mounted in a cast magnesium chassis to deliver what PMC describes as an unparalleled transient response. Elsewhere, the use of ATL offers a smooth response all the way down to 22Hz.
The cabinet is braced throughout by multiple internal baffles to improve rigidity, and features an aperture for cable management. The plinth houses the threads for M8 reversible stainless steel spikes.
In terms of connectivity, the Twenty Sub has balanced stereo analogue and AES/EBU digital inputs – and RCA unbalanced convertors are included. All outputs, meanwhile, can be high-pass filtered or unprocessed.
The Twenty Sub comes in the same four finishes as the rest of the Twenty speaker range – Walnut, Amarone, Oak and Diamond Black so no need to hide it. The Twenty Sub can be yours for £2950.