Tune Hi-Fi is Seattle’s PMC loudspeaker dealer.
PMC was founded in 1990 by Peter Thomas of the BBC and Adrian Loader of FWO Bauch.
The combination of knowledge and a life-long passion for the music led to the production of PMC’s first product – the BB5-A – an active main studio monitor. This design was snapped up by BBC Maida Vale and Metropolis Mastering and remains the world’s reference, used by Stevie Wonder’s Wonderland Studio, Prince, Hospital HDTV Broadcast London and for renowned classical labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Decca and Harmonia Mundi.
PMC loudspeakers are one of the very few to have been awarded an Emmy® for their contribution to recording excellence. With film, it would be easier to list the blockbuster movies which did not use PMC loudspeakers during the process of music production and post, but titles include: Titanic, Die Another Day, Spiderman 3 and Pirates of the Caribbean and many more.
PMC reigns supreme throughout the leading mastering houses, broadcasters and much of the professional world.
PMC Loudspeaker Philosophy
PMC loudspeakers’ design philosophy is quite a simple one, to design the ideal loudspeaker solution with the highest resolution possible without colouration and distortion. This supreme level of resolution is derived through unequalled R&D into (ATL™) Advanced Transmission Line Loudspeaker design and drive unit technology. PMC believes a good loudspeaker should be able to relay the purest intentions of the artist and give the listener the ultimate audio experience.
The twenty5 series is the culmination of a quarter of a century of research, obsessive design and craft to produce the very finest loudspeakers for home listening. Every element in the design has been considered in order to create finely tuned, transparent speakers capable of revealing music’s subtlest shades and deeply emotional details.
PMC’s vast knowledge of acoustic engineering gained from developing the world’s leading professional loudspeakers, has been distilled into the fact® range. Only this level of understanding of the creative process, room acoustics and supreme engineering make fact possible.