PMC Power Management Console Introduction

2C3D PMC: Inspired by the ACC Series

Inspired by the design of the award winning ACC – Articulation Control Series of Speaker Interfaces, and using the patented Z Power Filtration technologies only available from MIT Cables, comes the PMC= Power Management Console.

The PMC is the quintessential power management console designed and developed for the most discriminating audiophiles, recording engineers, recording artists,  scoring professionals, movie production, and sound engineering professionals.

Also the perfect match for any ACC – Articulation Control Console Series.


Introducing the PMC= Power Management Console

PMC - Power Management Console - Front View
PMC - Power Management Console - Back View
The 2C3D Sound

2C3D Logo2C3D is a technology pioneered by Bruce Brisson of MIT Cables. As the name suggests, 2C3D is an engineered solution that creates a believabl three-dimensional soundstage from a two-channel system. 2C3D technology provides the optimal balance between timbre, detail, imaging and soundstage. With this technology it becomes simple to identify individual instruments and voices within a defined, natural and lifelike soundstage – at any volume level. Until now, this could only be provided by MIT line level interfaces or MIT speaker interfaces.

The 2C3D Power Management Console provides the ability to tune the incoming power to help produce an emotional experience, like we get while listening to live music; similar to a full-body immersive experience. From the improved management of incoming power, the live “feel” of a musical performance is achieved as if you were present in the same air and space as the original event as it was unfolding. The PMC dashboard includes 2 separate 2C3D switches to tune and enhance this visceral experience.

Power Factor Correction

Power Factor Correction LogoIn a simple and general sense, Power Factor describes how much power is sent to the load versus how much power is returned to the supply. Specifically, in AC circuits, Power Factor is the ratio of the “real power” (used to do work) and the “apparent power” (that is supplied to the circuit). The PMC includes two switches marked as “PFC 1” and “PFC 2” used to engage proprietary circuits designed to offer additional control of the Power Factor.

Users will have varying experiences with these settings and may find one setting is better than another at different times of the day. This is due to other electrical influences that may be present only at certain times. For most systems, one setting may be found that provides maximum benefit for the most commonly used periods of the day or evening.

The “Chain of Custody” is what recording engineers worry about the most; after every session they worry “..did I capture all of it? Will the recording translate the event to the vinyl or CD? Will the chain be complete? The same goal is true when assembling a world class playback system for a similar purpose; to transport us back to the original event without a loss in translation.

In your system, The Chain of Custody begins at the wall where AC drives your source component. If the power is bad at the source, the chain is broken at the very first link. The more resolving your system is, the more it will serve to magnify every error in the chain. For the world’s best results see that PMC powers every link in your chain.

Z Power LogoZ Power Conditioning uses patented parallel “AC Filterpoles”™; a tuned LCR technology. This technology eliminates reflections by efficiently absorbing all forms of AC noise on the mains, and then converting it into harmless thermal heat. The result? Once the MIT Z Power Conditioning products are working to clean, condition and protect your AV system, you will instantly enjoy “blacker” blacks, better color saturation, and increased shadow detail;

PMC Power Management Console Panel

Movie sound tracks will deliver dialog, Foley sounds and background music with Theater-like quality.Because your audio system now has a lowered noise floor, you will have pinpoint audio image placement within a lifelike soundstage, all with clear and authoritative bass.

Manuals and Infosheets

Power Line Noise: How Series Filters Work
Power-line Noise Filters: How they Work