PMC News

PMC’s fact loudspeakers achieve Signature status
New from PMC comes the fact signature series: re-engineered versions of the renowned fact.8 and fact.12 loudspeakers, with innovations and technology developed for the recently launched fact fenestria flagship, for even greater musical transparency.
Since they launched, the fact series loudspeakers have been hailed around the world as the pinnacle of PMC’s audiophile...

Fenix, one of the largest and most well equipped recording studios in Scandinavia, has undergone a significant redesign to ensure that it´s new PMC QB1 XBD-A monitoring system perfectly complements its control room acoustics.

Located in Varnhem, a small Swedish village within easy reach of Gothenburg and Stockholm, Fenix is owned by musician Lars Hallbäck who opened the studio in 2010....


PMC has reinforced its commitment to nurturing music talent and live music through sponsorship of the legendary Milton Keynes music and education venue, The Stables.

Founded by John Dankworth and Cleo Laine 1970, The Stables was originally housed in the the old stable in the grounds of their home. Popularity grew quickly and the venue hosted around 50 concerts in its first year. Today...

Retailer Focus - Infidelity

Simon Byles has been at the helm of Infidelity since the autumn of 1992, opening the business at the tail end of the late 80s/early 90s recession. Nestled in the leafy Surrey suburbs of Hampton Wick, the shop is a haven for the region’s serious hi-fi enthusiasts.

Step over the threshold and you’ll find a shop full of great examples of British hi-fi from the major names and including, of...

University Of Hertfordshire

“Detail, clarity and depth of imaging – that’s what we really like about our new PMC monitors,” says Rob Phillips, the Principal Technical Officer for Music at the University of Hertfordshire. “With these monitors we hear the material we are recording – not the cabinet. Time and time again they prove their worth and we are so pleased to have them.”

The monitors in question are an IB2S-A...


A host of music industry VIPs and celebrities filled London’s Grosvenor House last night for the 2019 Music Producers Guild Awards – an annual event that recognises the creativity, skill and talents of music recording professionals.

The top accolade of Producer Of The Year was won by James Ford for his work on the Arctic Monkey’s sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,...