PMC opens factory to meet monitor demand
Thursday, 29 October 2020
pmc-sandy-shop-floorThe new factory covers 6,000sq.ft and includes additional space for warehousing
UK - Loudspeaker manufacturer PMC has opened a new factory in Bedfordshire, to cope with burgeoning demand for its CI series.
Since launching last September, CI monitors have proved ‘hugely popular’ with the installation market where they are delivering Hollywood studio audio quality. Incorporating the same proprietary PMC technology as the company’s award winning audiophile speakers and studio monitors, these slimline speakers are designed with a shallow depth for on-wall and in-wall custom installations. This design feature also makes them suited to professional studios that are embracing Dolby Atmos immersive audio for music and film mixing and want discreet monitors for their wall and ceiling channels.
“In addition to the flourishing custom installation market, CI monitors also form an integral part of our loudspeaker systems for Dolby Atmos and we anticipate a sharp uptake in demand as more and more professional studios embrace this format for music mixing,” says PMC’s owner Peter Thomas.
“Thanks to its the almost limitless headroom, power capabilities, pin-point accuracy and sonic fidelity, PMC’s system goes well beyond Dolby’s own minimum requirements, making it the template for many internationally acclaimed studios such as Universal’s Capitol Studios in Los Angeles and the legendary Dean Street Studios in London.”
Based on an industrial estate in Sandy - just 10 minutes from PMC’s head office in Biggleswade – the new factory covers 6,000sq.ft and includes additional space for warehousing. Alongside the latest manufacturing equipment, PMC has invested in facilities for stringent acoustic testing and critical listening.
In addition to the new manufacturing facilities, PMC is also increasing its staff resources to support the expansion.

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