ATC SCM20 Pro studio monitors released
ATC announces the availability of the second version of its SCM20ASL Pro active monitors as well as the SCM20PSL Pro passive edition.
The SCM20ASL Pro 2 had been unveiled during Musikmesse earlier this year (see this news), but ATC did not mention at this time the addition of a new and more affordable version of this high-end monitor.
With a fully reworked design, the SCM20ASL Pro 2 and SCM20PSL Pro are two-way proximity monitors equipped with a 6” woofer with proprietary Super Linear technology and 3” voice coil, as well as a soft dome 1” neodymium tweeter (SH-25-76S), the first that is fully designed and built by ATC. The woofer can handle high power and the tweeter features a dual suspension system, ATC explains that it avoids using Ferro-Fluid which default is its drying with time. The tweeter, which frequency range can reach 26kHz, is completed with an alloy-made waveguide.
The SCM20ASL Pro 2 active monitor also hosts a MOSFET Class AB amplifier that provides 200W for the bass and 50W for the treble. The amp includes protections against overheat and DC offset. The monitor also includes a shelf low control and an improved output sensitivity knob, both are installed on the back along with the on/off switch.
The enclosure of both versions is made of MDF, with external and internal panels designed to minimize resonance and diffraction. They can also be wall-mounted.
The SCM20ASL Pro has a suggested UK price of £3647 excl. taxes and £2083 excl. taxes for the SCM20PSL passive model. Both are sold in pairs.
Technical details will soon be available at www.atcloudspeakers.co.uk.
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