AML-2 - Active Monitors
The AML1 obtained international acclaim as one of the best compact active loudspeakers available. The true analogue circuitry design of the amplifier offered unsurpassed performance via the custom PMC series flat Nomex 6 inch LF driver and the ultra powerful 32mm HF fitted with wide angle dispersion.
The new AML2 takes the design further with newly introduced micro engineered EQ tilt circuitry, enhanced power supply layouts, revised cabinet structure with additional damping and subtly revised cosmetics.
This no compromise design offers performance that cannot be matched by any other speaker of a similar size and volume, the unique driver arrangement with a crossover point of only 1400hz enables the AML to deliver Astoundingly accurate portrayal of any music or speech.
- Useable frequency range 33Hz-25 kHz
- Effective line length 1.7m 5.5ft
- Drive units LF 165mm carbon fibre &Nomex flat piston
- HF 34mm PMC soft dome
- Crossover frequency 1.4 kHz 24dB/Oct
- Amplifier power LF 100W RMS
- HF 80W RMS
H 400mm 15.75"
W 200mm 7.87"
D 368mm 12.48"
- Weight per unit 16kg (35.3lbs)
"These are the best nearfield monitors I´ve heard — they´re going on my shopping list!"
Bruno Senna - follow this link to read the press release - PMC AML2 Monitors A Racing Certainty For Bruno Senna
"I love these speakers,"
"The AML2s are incredibly useful small speakers with great depth, clarity and volume."
T Bone Burnett
"The first mixes I heard on the AML2s revealed details that I had not heard before,"
"They offer a high level of transparency and depth, and produce a much bigger and full-spectrum sound than you would think capable from such a compact design; they don’t need subwoofers. The AML2s get very loud with no distortion nor overload limiting – T Bone likes to listens real loud! But I can monitor at lower levels with the same degree of confidence; the clarity and definition are outstanding, with a broad stereo image and with amazing depth. There is no listener fatigue, even after long mixing sessions."
Mike Piersante Follow this link to read the press release - T Bone Burnett and engineer Mike Piersante working with prototype AML2 Reference Monitors at The Village on new Elton John/Leon Russell album project