The SCM50 ASL (active) and SCM50 SL (passive) are designed to perform at their best in the recording studio or at home with the finest quality hi-fi equipment.
The monitors’ ability to reproduce music and speech with phenomenal accuracy, transparency and dynamics lies mainly in the SM75-150S soft dome midrange driver. However, recent modifications that include the new ATC SH25-76S tweeter and enhanced port profile have brought about further improvements to all performance parameters.
Each drive unit in the active model has its own dedicated and individually matched MOS-FET amplifier, while the 234mm/9″ bass driver incorporates ATC’s unique Super Linear Magnet technology. Our active crossover network consists of a wide band-width, electronically balanced input stage with high common mode rejection and very low distortion.
Like the HF, mid and bass drivers, all electronics are designed and manufactured in-house to create a no-compromise active system. In passive form, the SCM50 SL provides broad and symmetrical dispersion, excellent amplitude and phase characteristics throughout the frequency range.
Premium Finishes Available: Rosewood/Burr Magnolia/Burr Poplar/Pippy Oak/Yew plus high gloss finishes and piano black and white. Price on application.
Drivers: HF 25mm Mid 75mm LF 234mm Super Linear
Amplitude Linearity ±2dB: 70Hz – 20kHz
Frequency Response -6dB: 38Hz & 25kHz
Matched Response: ±0.5dB
Dispersion: ±80° Coherent Horizontal ±10° Coherent Vertical
Max continuous SPL @1m: 112dB SPL
Crossover Frequency: 380Hz & 3.5kHz
Input Connector: XLR
Input Impedance: >10k ohms balanced XLR
Amplifier Output: HF 50 Watts RMS MF 100 Watts RMS LF 200 Watts RMS
Overload Protection: Active FET momentary gain reduction (amplifiers)
Power Requirements: Voltage: 100, 115, 230 (factory set)
Power: Nominal 90 Watts, Driven 350 Watts
Cabinet Dimensions(HxWxD): 717 x 304 x 480mm including amps (stands add 250mm to height)
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