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I have on there way a pair of PMC TB2's, just wondering what others are using as a source and amplification?

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They are a great looking speaker. I had never heard of them before but found their website. Here's the link BTW.

http://www.pmc-speakers.com/product.php?mode=view&pid=171

They appear to be fairly easy to drive so you should have a good number of amps to choose from. I like pommy speakers, they often have a good clean sound with great definition, and I would say these would fit that bill.

Interesting to see a standmount transmission line too.

Look forward to hearing what you think when you get them AIA. I presume there is a distributor in Australian then?

Cheers,

Jake

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I demoed PMC extensively, beautiful sound that's for sure. Probably the best I've heard from a bookshelf for a long while.

They are a great looking speaker. I had never heard of them before but found their website. Here's the link BTW.

http://www.pmc-speakers.com/product.php?mode=view&pid=171

They appear to be fairly easy to drive so you should have a good number of amps to choose from. I like pommy speakers, they often have a good clean sound with great definition, and I would say these would fit that bill.

Interesting to see a standmount transmission line too.

Look forward to hearing what you think when you get them AIA. I presume there is a distributor in Australian then?

Cheers,

Jake

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I think Bryston is the amplification most commonly paired with PMC. Not cheap though, maybe you can pick-up something second hand.

AIA did you get yours from CAV< and they ordered them from PMC or did you go to a UK supplier?

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Well they arrived today with some minor "in transit" damage luckily it is only minor cosmetics that can be fixed.

So after hooking them up all I can say is WOW! Easily the best speaker I have ever owned and I think that if I ever upgrade again it would be to another PMC.

I am in love. Perfect mid range, silky smooth vocals and no sweet spot. No matter where you are it is pure heaven.

I can not recommend these enough, Although upset at the initial learning of the damage to the rear corner I have no regrets in this purchase.

I will however suggest that if getting speakers shipped from OS, make sure they are double boxed and that you get insurance on them.

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AiA: $1k AUD for a pair of PMC TB2s ? Where they brand new ? Could you give me details of the seller ?

Also, is there anyone in MEL s.e. suburbs that could let me listen to them ?

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ok, but the ones you bought were brand new or 2nd hand ? Arrgh...I was to late for the ones at CAV

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Unfortunately this week I wan't in MEL. I believe CAV it's the only place that sells PMCs in MEL. Bad luck, I'll have to wait for another 3-4 yrs...Hey AiA, come on, upgrade and sell me yours ?!

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Ok, sure. If I can find these PMC ib2

I will,

There was a pair on eBay last year from a mastering studio in Melbourne, also the Bryston amp they ran them with. I was soooo tempted.

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