Las Vegas (November 21, 2005)–Las Vegas Pro Audio, the U.S. sales office of UK-based ATC (Acoustic Transducer Company) has announced that the recently introduced ATC SCM110A Compact Large Format Monitor is now shipping. According to Las Vegas Pro Audio, the SCM110A is the first “super compact” ATC far-field monitor designed to be wall-mounted into the new generation of smaller mix room and 5.1 applications due to its shallow depth. The units are priced at $16,000 a pair.
Designed with high-resolution sample rates and bit depths in mind for both stereo and multi-channel applications that feature a dedicated center channel and subwoofer system, the new low-profile SCM110A features twin nine-inch ATC SL bass drivers, an ATC three-inch soft dome mid and a soft dome one-inch tweeter. Maintaining the strict performance criteria of the taller models of ATC reference monitors, the SCM110A offers a low profile specifically designed for better sight lines through windows and below obstructions. Among features Las Vegas Pro Audio lists are “unparalleled functionality and dynamic range, and a +/-80 x 10-degree dispersion are combined in a monitor system that offers an amplitude linearity of 50Hz-20kHz (+/-2dB).” The active design matches six MOSFET amplifier blocks with the drivers to deliver a maximum SPL of 115dB. Amplifier output is 50 watts for HF, 100 watts for MF and 200 watts for LF. An LF contour control provides 6dB of bass boost.
ATC’s drivers are manufactured in-house to exacting tolerances and are noteable for their many design innovations, such as the SL magnet system and the company’s Soft Dome midrange driver, which is said to achieve “exceptionally broad and even dispersion to produce a flat response anywhere in the room.”
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