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PMC TWOTWO.6 Nearfield Monitors

Blimey! Another pair of PMC monitors decorate my monitor bridge for the second time in 12 months. As I mentioned in my review of the Result6 monitors, I don’t see new PMC nearfield models that often, they’re simply not that prolific. The company’s sweetspot has, for many years, been in midfield and main monitors. The kind of monitors that require a thorough installation process, soffit mounting and a crane. Have a look at PMC’s site for the QB1 XBD-A for an idea of just how far

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