Win PMC Result6 Monitors £2400$2950
This month, we’re giving you the chance to win a pair of PMC’s brand‑new result6 compact nearfield reference monitors. Designed for audio professionals working in areas as diverse as music recording, mixing, mastering, broadcast and post production, these monitors feature all the qualities for which PMC’s pro reference monitors are internationally renowned. Although we haven’t yet published a review in SOS, Hugh Robjohn’s initial thoughts are that they are “genuinely excellent.”
According to PMC, the result6 monitors incorporate radical new technologies that deliver exceptional sonic performance. The British company’s new two-way active loudspeakers have been designed to offer high resolution and detail, accurate and extended bass, consistent tonal balance on all levels, even dispersion and a wide sweet spot. What’s more, they are the most affordable PMC monitors to date.
The result6’s two-way design features a 27mm soft-dome tweeter with dispersion grille and a doped natural‑fibre mid/bass unit, both of which were custom-designed for this monitor. The LF driver is perfectly integrated with PMC’s Advanced Transmission Line (ATL) — the proprietary bass-loading system at the heart of all the company’s products. Meanwhile, the HF driver incorporates the D-Fin, described by Technical Editor Hugh Robjohns as “a rather clever ‘acoustic lens’ to improve HF dispersion and extend the sweet spot.”
Powering these exceptional monitors are built-in dual amplifiers that supply 65W and 100W to the HF and LF drivers respectively. Their efficient, low-distortion and high-damping-factor Class-D designs provide plenty of headroom and ensure a generous dynamic response for such a compact monitor, say PMC.
The result6 is rated down to 45Hz, but Hugh notes that, in initial tests, “they’re still capable of reproducing 32Hz at a useful level in my room, which is impressive.”
The result6 also features an elegant, pure analogue crossover that keeps both drivers working at peak efficiency, while non-invasive limiting protects the LF and HF units from damage without adversely affecting their sound.
With no overly complex DSP-based user options or room profiles to contend with, accessing the renowned PMC sound is easy. If you want to fine‑tune your amplifier output level to precisely suit your listening environment, there’s a simple trim control on the rear panel that gives you ±10dB. Apart from that all you need do is plug them in and hit play.
You can read Hugh’s in-depth review in the upcoming May 2018 issue of Sound On Sound magazine.
To be in with a chance of winning these magnificent monitors, all you have to do is enter the competition on our web site by following the printed link before May 7th, 2018. Good luck!
Prizes kindly donated by PMC
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