ATC Loudspeakers Adds C3C Center Channel to Its Lineup

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ATC-C3C.jpgATC Loudspeakers introduces the C3C center-channel speaker, designed to match the SCM7 and SCM11 speakers. The C3C combines the company's SH25-76 dual-suspension tweeter with dual 150mm soft dome midbass drivers, and it incorporates all new crossovers that were developed for the SCM7 and SCM11. The C3C is available in a real cherrywood or black ash veneer.�

From ATC Loudspeakers
ATC Loudspeakers of Britain and Lone Mountain Audio, ATC's U.S. distribution partner, are proud to announce the C3C Ver.3 Center Channel Speaker perfectly matched to the acclaimed Hi-Fi Series SCM7 and SCM11 loudspeakers for an all-round 5.1-channel accuracy for multi-channel home theater applications is now shipping.

The new C3C (V.3) design will deliver dynamic wide-bandwidth accuracy and outstanding vocal intelligibility at the center of the compact ATC 5.1-channel system for audiophile film and music enthusiasts.

The C3C driver systems feature ATC's acclaimed SH25-76 dual-suspension tweeter, designed and built in-house according to the brand's rigorous low-compromise regimen for exceptionally low distortion and an extended high frequency response. The tweeter's 15,000 gauss (1.5 tesla) neodymium magnet has a black heat-treated top plate, which dissipates heat away from the voice coil to maintain high power handling and low power compression. A precision-machined 5.5mm rigid alloy waveguide provides optimum dispersion, a flat on-axis frequency response and resonance-free operation.

In each system the tweeter sits between two mid-bass drivers identical in design to those employed by the corresponding L/R main loudspeaker. The new C3C design uses the SCM11's CLD 150mm mid-bass driver incorporating a 45mm soft dome. Exclusive to ATC, Constrained Layer Damping offers reduced harmonic distortion between 300 Hz and 3 kHz, an extended frequency response and improved off-axis performance.

The new C3C incorporates all new crossovers developed from the SCM7 and SCM11 designs, involving metallized polypropylene capacitors, large air cored inductors and ceramic wire-round resistors to offer superior power handling and clarity. Consequently, and in common with the SCM7 and SCM11, the center-channel systems exhibit an impedance curve free from low values and extreme phase angles, presenting an easy load for amplifiers of 75 to 300 watts.

A new compact ATC 5.1-channel speaker system combines the C3C with the SCM7, SCM11 and ATC 'C1 sub' active subwoofer to energize multichannel applications with the brand's signature virtues of neutral fidelity, wide bandwidth and high dynamic range. The C3 system unites the C3C with matching SCM11s in the front and, for 'family-friendly' installation, the SCM7s in the surround positions.

Engineered to complement the SCM7 and SCM11 both visually and acoustically, the C3C employs a high quality cabinet construction, braced for high rigidity and damping. All system components are hand-finished in either real cherry-wood or black ash veneers.

Manufactured entirely in-house, ATC's C3C center-channel designs offer the ownership of hand-built, finely engineered speaker systems, world renowned for audio accuracy. Like all ATC products, the new center and 5.1-channel systems are backed by a six-year warranty.

Additional Resources
ATC Introduces Active SCM19AT Tower Speaker to U.S. Market at HomeTheaterReview.com.
� Visit the ATC website for more product information.


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