To support its presentation at the forthcoming ISE show, PMC will be introducing a new, highly experienced, specialist group to service the increasing demand for large-scale home theatre installations and reference monitoring systems worldwide.
To support its presentation at the forthcoming ISE show, PMC will be introducing a new, highly
installations and reference monitoring systems worldwide.
The newly formed Specialist Systems Group will focus on catering for all high -end market sectors of
Custom Installation/Home Theatre, Professional Recording and Broadcast. The collective
organisation has a wealth of experience and a solid track record that has been acquired from the
vast array of high profile installations it has instigated worldwide. These include San Francisco
Symphony, Prince, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, TSR Switzerland, Teldex Studios Berlin, Hans Zimmer's
Remote Control Productions LA, Benjamin Zander Boston Philharmonic to name but a few.
The Special Systems Group will enhance PMC's already considerable in -house expertise by
drawing upon proven external resources to assist with acoustic room treatment, project integration
and rigging. With this level of resources available, the Specialist Systems Group will provide a vital
resource to support the company's global distribution network.
The main product focus will be on PMC's IB2, MB2 and BB5 large active systems that include ultra
low distortion PMC & Bryston electronics. They will be complemented by other innovative products
in the PMC range such as the wafer™ in and on -wall series, powered by the new ultra slim DS -001
power module. The facilities of the new Specialist Systems Group will be used for all high level
studio or consumer/CI projects where quality is paramount and compromise is not an option.
The proof of the group's credentials may be experienced at the PMC home theatre presentation,
which can be found on Booth 44, Aisle I, Hall 11 at the ISE Show, Amsterdam, 1 -3 February 2011,
where the new IB2 -XBD Active system will be put through its paces alongside the European launch
of the Bryston SP3 processor.