ATC Launches Special Edition 'SE' Flagship Speakers

ATC Loudspeaker Technology has announced the arrival of a new series of Special Edition speaker designs.

Available in active and passive versions and based on ATC’s reference SCM50, SCM100 and SCM150 monitors, the limited edition SCM50SE, SCM100SE and SCM150SE models feature the company’s proprietary acoustic systems set within curved cabinets finished in a choice of real-wood veneer combinations.

Designed and hand-built at ATC’s UK development and production facility at Stroud, Gloucestershire, the new three-way SE towers feature rear venting and input panels that are PVD coated and acid-etched with Special Edition details. Each tower sits on adjustable spiked feet bolted to the cabinet through a frosted acrylic plinth.

The new SE models also employ a three-way configuration of proprietary ATC drivers. Each system includes the company’s pairing of the new SH25-76S 25mm soft dome, dual-suspension ‘S-Spec’ tweeter and the renowned SM75-150S 75mm Super Dome mid-range driver. First produced in 1976, the SM75-150S remains a benchmark for midrange drive unit performance. Below the SM75-150S, bass drivers share ATC’s ‘underhung’ voice-coil design and incorporate the company’s Super-Linear (SL) magnet technology for linearity and power handling.

The SCM50SE employs the 234mm (9”) SL driver; the SCM100SE uses the 314mm (12”) SL driver, and the SCM150SE, the (15”) SL design.

The new speakers are available this month.

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