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  1. The ATC SCM19A Active Speaker 8pm Wednesday 20th February, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 The Acoustic Transducer Company, ATC for short, is one of a handful of pro-audio companies to have crossed over successfully into the Hi Fi arena. The company was founded back in 1976 by Billy Woodman, an Australian acoustician who developed the famous 3 inch soft dome mid-range driver for professional monitor speakers. Many audiophiles would be very familiar with the domestic range of ATC speakers, with numerous reviews in many magazines. JAG Imports will be presenting at the club the latest active speaker from the new 'Entry Series', the SCM 19A. The least expensive active floorstander in the range, this two way model stands just under a meter high and carries a 182 Watt power pack that is installed in the bottom half of the tower. The 150mm Mid/Bass driver is powered with 150 watts while the 25mm Soft Dome Tweeter receives 32 watts. The Mid/Bass employs ATC's new 'ground-breaking' Super Linear Technology, said to reduce third harmonic distortion by 10-15dB between 100Hz and 3KHz. The tweeter employs a unique dual suspension system suppressing diaphragm rocking modes. Keep in mind that because it is an active design, a number of compromises have been eliminated from their passive twin. With the implementation of an electronic x-over in the amp module, the passive crossover network components have been removed and thus are no longer subjected to vibrations from the internal back wave of the drivers. The biamplified system is able to power the drivers without the significant power losses of a passive network. Separate active circuits can individually control magnitude and phase allowing both to be optimised, and minimising speaker cabling allows you to control the bass driver by maximising the damping factor. The SCM19A is an important addition to ATC's extensive domestic lineup. The combination of power handling, ruggedness and lack of colouration are qualities that make ATC speakers a leading product. Nick Karayanis , Program Co-ordinator Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
  2. Melbourne Audio Club monthly meeting - Bill Woodman from ATC 8pm Wednesday 18th March, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 This month we are again very fortunate to have Bill Woodman from ATC, a brand that is very well known among recording engineers. He founded the company 40 years ago in Gloucester, building drive units for professional monitor speakers. Audiophiles too would be very familiar with the domestic range of ATC speakers, with numerous reviews in many magazines. The meeting will be another coup for the club, with the arrival on the Australian Hi Fi market of ATC's new three way- active-loudspeaker, the SCM 40A. As with all three way speakers in the ATC line up , this new domestic model is based around the famous 3 inch Soft Domed Mid-Range driver. Now with curved side walls the speaker box has also had a cleanup, eliminating the stepped front baffle. The biggest improvement is the new ATC designed and built Dual Suspension 25mm Soft Domed Tweeter with precision alloy waveguide. To complete the speaker a 164mm bass driver takes care of the lower frequencies. The 3-way design is complemented with a built-in 242 Watt class A/B Tri-Amplifier. The MOSFET based amp, is a modified version of that found in the larger active loudspeakers. JAG Imports, who will be supplying the speaker, will also be providing the audio system for the night. A Linn Klimax DS as the DAC with a NAS drive delivering the music software, controlled with the iPad. Bill Woodman is a legend in loudspeaker circles, his Acoustic Transducer Company continues to expand and gain popularity. Their reputations are on the strength of their products. The combination of power handling, ruggedness and lack of colouration are qualities that make ATC speakers a leading "hi fidelity" product. Who better than the founding director of ATC to introduce to the Melbourne Audio Club a new speaker from their domestic range. Sounds like we will have another great night. Nick Karayanis CARETAKER Program Co-ordinator Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
  3. Melbourne Audio Club monthly meeting - A night with ATC speakers 8pm Wednesday 15th October, visitors welcome. Willis Room, City of Whitehorse Offices Maroondah Highway (Whitehorse Road), Nunawading Melway Map 48 Ref G9 Contact: 9437 1249 Back in January of this year the club was fortunate to have Billy Woodman from ATC present a talk based around his philosophy and observations on good speaker design. The ATC 75mm (3") soft dome midrange is his most well known product. He founded the company 40 years ago in Gloucester, building drive units for professional monitor speakers and then started making his own. The combination of power handling, ruggedness and lack of coloration have become legendary in both the domestic and professional audio market for ATC speakers. This month's meeting, thanks to JAG Imports, we get hear the updated SCM 40, a three way third generation floor standing speaker. As with all three way speakers in the ATC line up this domestic model is based around the 3" midrange driver. Now with curved side walls the speaker box has also had a cleanup, eliminating the stepped front baffle. The biggest improvement to this model is ATC's new 25mm Tweeter, developed to satisfy the company's long established rigour in driver unit engineering. The tweeter employs a unique, dual suspension system. A short edge-wound voice coil in a long narrow magnet gap ensures low distortion throughout its operating band which removes the need for ferrofluids. To complete the speaker a 164mm bass driver takes care of the lower frequencies. JAG Imports will also be introducing to the Australian market a new range of electronics, LEJONKLOU - made in Sweden designed by Fredrik Lejonklou. Barely known outside his country as recently as 2006, he manufactures pre-amps, power amplifiers and a handful of Phono Pre-Amplifiers designed for MM cartridges. The audio system will consist of a Lejonklou pre-amp and matching mono-block amplifiers. The front end will be a Linn Klimax DS as the DAC with a NAS drive supplying the music all controlled be the humble iPad. Sounds like it's going to be an interesting evening. Nick Karayanis Program Co-ordinator Ken Tripp Wise and Wonderful Webmaster Melbourne Audio Club, Inc. http://www.melbourneaudioclub.org.au
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