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PMC adds power and flexibility

PMC adds power and flexibility
The IB2S-AII Series

PMC adds power and flexibility

The IB2S-AII and IB2S XBD-AII both feature PMC’s hand-built preparatory drivers

Aimed at users working in stereo and surround formats, the IB2S-AII and IB2S XBD-AII feature a pair of 3U rack-mounted electronics per channel that contain DSP-controlled Class-D amplification delivering 2,025W for the single cabinet IB2S-AII and 3,225W for the IB2S XBD-AII twin cabinet version. According to PMC, the increase in power lowers distortion and increases base definition, attached and extended headroom. The electronics are housed off-board and all control of the monitors can be made via the RJ45 connect table-top remote.

The three-way IB2S-AII master cabinet can be purchased as a speaker in its own right or together with the single-driver XBD bass cabinet to form the IB2S XBD-AII system. Both systems feature PMC’s hand-built preparatory drivers – a 10-inch carbon-fibre/Nomex piston, a 75mm fabric dome mid and a 34mm soft-dome tweeter in each cabinet. Both systems also feature proprietary ATL (Advanced Transmission Line) bass-loading technology, user-adjustable HF and LF shelving filters, ±8dB input level trim and an AES3 digital input. The input sensitivity of the balanced analogue inputs can be adjusted from –4dB to +16dB.

For larger rooms, the single-driver XBD bass cabinet incorporated into the IB2S XBD-AII adds +3dB of LF headroom to deliver a response down to 20Hz. Both cabinets can be mounted in a vertical or side-by-side format.

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