Posted on 13th July, 2017


The BBC gave birth to many monitor loudspeaker brands of fame today. Harbeth, Rogers, KEF and many more, PMC Loudspeakers was founded in 1991 by Peter Thomas (BBC) and Adrian Loader (FWO Bauch).

One of the very few companies who have been awarded an Emmy for their contribution to recording excellence, PMC’s speakers can be found in mastering houses, broadcasters, much of the professional world and of course, in the rooms of discerning HiFi enthusiasts.

Chris Allen, the International Pro Sales Manager for PMC is in Australia this month promoting the new ‘twenty5’ series loudspeakers.

The twenty5 series is the culmination of a quarter of a century of research, obsessive design and craft to produce the very finest loudspeakers for home listening. Every element in the design has been considered in order to create finely tuned, transparent speakers capable of revealing music’s subtlest shades and deeply emotional details.

The range consists of two stand-mount models, three floor-standing models, and is complimented by a centre channel and a subwoofer.

PMC twenty5 series

PMC are inviting interested enthusiasts to attend two events to be held in Melbourne this month.

Aside from showcasing the new range, the legendary BB5 monitor speakers will also be demonstrated. Chris will also give a brief presentation explaining the principles behind PMC speakers, including their Advance Transmission Line design.

Some very generous specials will be available at the event, exclusive to those in attendance.

For more information visit the PMC Speakers brand page.

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Marc Rushton

StereoNET’s Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

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