PMC Wafer 1 On-Wall Speaker (Each)

SKU Wafer 1

PMC Wafer 1 On-Wall Speaker – Price is per Speaker

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$1,871.00 $2,079.00

$1,871.00 $2,079.00

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The wafer 1 is the more compact of the two models in the range, best suited to installations where a discreet and elegant look is all-important, but quality of audio reproduction remains paramount. The Wafer1 is an ideal accompaniment to latest in high-resolution visual displays to create a supreme cinema experience, or a compact yet high performance stereo system. The proof of the wafer 1‘s ability to relay the true essence of the music is found not only in its reviews but also in its various professional guises, where it is relied upon by leading studios and broadcasters such as BBC Broadcasting House, 3 of BBC Cardiff‘s main post production 5.1 dubbing suites, BBC Mailbox 5.1 Dubbing Suite. You can also find PMC’s wafer series in record store Rough Trade East – London and in Lobsterdock – a famous seafood resturant in Vienna. Where as Peter Andre & Katie Price and Paul Merton prefer to use the discreet on wall speakers in thier homes. The wafer series offers true reference quality sound with the aid of the following innovations: TT Technology Stealth Baffle H-Line ATL “theres no denying the effectiveness of its disapearing act” “The wafer1 sounds significantly bigger than one expects” HiFi Choice, 2008 � Walking into this store is like waking-up from a nightmare, realizing that everything is OK… that there is an idyllic record shop with peerless sonic sensations that answer your music loving prayers, for if music is your religion, Rough Trade East is your church”, Stephen Godfroy, Rough Trade East   Price is Per Speaker

1.0000 kg

Black Satin, White Satin


2 Way


PMC Wafer 1 (Each)



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PMC reigns supreme throughout the leading mastering houses, broadcasters and much of the professional world and are used by Stevie Wonder’s Wonderland Studio, Prince, Hospital HDTV Broadcast London and for renowned classical labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Decca and Harmonia Mundi.