Acoustic Transducer Company (ATC)



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England's Acoustic Transducer Company, founded in 1974 by chief designer Billy Woodman, has produced one of the world's most acclaimed and longstanding lines of professional audio loudspeakers. ATC designs and manufactures all of its drivers in-house, and features both active and passive models. Numerous recording studios and motion picture houses throughout the world use ATC products, and the company's future has never looked brighter.

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Popular Acoustic Transducer Company products include:

Acoustic Transducer Company PA75-314 driver
Acoustic Transducer Company SCM50A Loudspeaker
Acoustic Transducer Company Super Linear (SL) driver

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