With Prodigy, PMC are bringing their performance-led design ethos to an even wider audience.
Building on their belief that ultra-high-resolution loudspeakers, if properly designed, can be used throughout the entire audio chain.
That’s why their designs are employed at every stage of music-making, from composers’ music rooms to recording studios, all the way through to the home – preserving the essence of the original performance and delivering it directly to the listener.
And Prodigy is a classic example of how they think about speakers.
Designed and built in-house here in Britain, it comprises two models: the compact Prodigy1 standmount and the floorstanding Prodigy5.
Both deliver staggering clarity and depth of bass seemingly beyond their size, thanks to their ATL technology – just one of the innovative technologies packed into these speakers, as it is in all PMC designs.
Even tempered and easy to drive, they’ll match with high-quality electronics and, with their consistent characteristics and tonal balance, you can also easily mix and match any PMC speakers to create immersive audio systems for the latest surround music formats.
And yes, their speakers are used in creating those immersive mixes, too
Their smaller prodigy loudspeaker is a supreme compact standmount/bookshelf design, ideal for small to medium-sized rooms, yet capable of a rich, dynamic sound from a diminutive form.
(The stands are for illustration purposes only)
The prodigy5 floorstander is compact but powerful, taking up no more space than bookshelf speakers on stands thanks to a small footprint suited to any style of room – yet it can fill even larger spaces with weighty, crisply defined music.