The ATC Loudspeakers
SCM110ASL Pro is a compact, active 3-way monitor system suitable for larger rooms, based around the same tweeter, midrange and amp configuration as the SCM100ASL Pro, but using dual 9" bass drivers in a larger enclosure. The low-profile SMC 110A comprises twin 9-inch ATC SL bass drivers, an ATC 3-inch soft dome mid and a soft dome one-inch tweeter. Maintaining the strict performance criteria of the taller models of ATC reference monitors, the SMC 110A offers a low profile specifically designed for better sight lines through windows and below obstructions.
Unparalleled functionality and dynamic range, and a 80 x 10 degree dispersion are combined in a monitor system that offers an amplitude linearity of 50 Hz-20 kHz (2 dB). The active design matches six MOSFET amplifier blocks with the drivers to deliver an excellent transient response and a maximum SPL of 115dB. Amplifier output is 50 watts for HF, 100 watts for MF and 200 watts for LF. An LF contour control provides 6 dB of bass boost.
- ATC 25mm/1” Dual Suspension ‘S-Spec’ Tweeter.
- Twin full “SL” spec 9˝/234mm bass driver.
- ATC 75mm “Super Dome” mid driver.
- On board ATC grounded source 350W Tri-amp pack.
- LF contour control.
- Clip indication.
- 6 year warranty.
The ATC SCM Line
The SCM25/50/100/110 and 150 are a range of three way loudspeakers. All of the range, excluding the SCM25 are available as passive or active units, the SCM25 is only available as an active unit. Passive units have an SL suffix and active units an ASL suffix. Passive monitors are equipped with a “tri-wire” connection panel to enable separate amplification of the bass, mid and high frequency drivers. Active units have a built in three way Amplifier with frequency, gain and phase correction which has been individually optimized at the ATC manufacturing facility. Adjustment of input sensitivity and bass boost are available to the user via controls on the rear panel of the unit.
About ATC Loudspeakers
ATC was founded in London in 1974 by Australian emigre Bill Woodman, who still heads the company today. An enthusiastic pianist and engineer he was naturally drawn to loudspeaker design and after a period working at Goodmans, where many of the names that went on to found British loudspeaker companies began their careers, he struck out on his own.The premise on which ATC began is a simple one, and one that in many respects is still true today: hi-fi loudspeakers tend to be detailed and accurate but of limited dynamic range, while professional monitor speakers tend to express the opposite character. ATC products were designed from the outset to offer the best of both. It’s an easy concept to describe, but surprisingly difficult to engineer
Through ATC’s commitment to multi-channel mastering and its direct involvement with leading players in the professional audio industry including Sony Music and Telarc, ATC’s products are installed at some of the world’s most prestigious multi-channel studios and auditoria. Where ever the best is required you will find ATC.