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ATC Loudspeaker Technology SCM25A Pro
These compact, rack-mountable monitors feature drive units with large-diameter, under-hung voice coils for dynamic range and linearity. The mid-range is ATCs soft dome and the bass driver is a hand-built, in-house, using a carbon-paper cone with high excursion capability. On-board amplification features the company's class A/B Mosfet output stage delivering 150W to the bass driver, 60W to the mid and 25W to the high frequency driver. All three stages are fed by fourth order critically damped crossover filters with phase compensation. The unit's ported enclosure measures 10.4" (H) x 16.9" (W) x 16" (D).
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