PMC has released the twenty Sub, designed for use with both music and movies alike and featuring its ATL (Advanced Transmission Line) bass loading principle, Class-D amplification and DSP control.
The cabinet is braced throughout by multiple internal baffles and includes an integral high mass, resonance absorbing plinth and a housing for M8 reversible stainless steel spikes.
The two long-throw 170mm custom-designed PMC bass drivers feature doped-paper cones mounted in a cast magnesium chassis. At the heart of the twenty Sub is an electronics package. Consisting of PMC’s 400W Class D amplification, which features DSP circuits, filtering and bass management functions, connectivity is in the form of balanced stereo analogue (RCA unbalanced convertors are included) and AES/EBU digital inputs.
All outputs are configured to be unprocessed or high-pass filtered, with fixed or variable gain. The input source, analogue input sensitivity, gain trim and overall volume are all adjustable, as are the twenty Sub’s low-pass filter slope and frequency, which allows tuning across five pre-determined steps. Additionally, the phase can be adjusted and a single parametric equaliser is provided. The analogue and digital outputs can be high-pass filtered, if required, to feed either active satellite speakers or back to a power amplifier to drive the main pair in a passive 2.1 configuration.
Price is £2,950. Finishes include walnut, amarone, oak or diamond black.
Click on www.pmc-speakers.com or call 0870 4441044 for more information.