ATC SCM7 Loudspeaker
Most Compact Model
The ATC SCM7 is the most compact model in the SCM range, sitting under the SCM11, SCM19 bookshelf models and SCM40 floorstanders. Despite their comparatively diminutive size, the SCM7 pack a punch and are incredibly accomplished speakers.
Taking advantage of all the design elements featured in the higher models, SCM7 are one of the best spec’d hi-fi speakers at this level and a perfect choice for smaller rooms.
Beautifully finished curved wooden cabinets in a choice of black ash or cherry wood, we’re confident after some time with ATC SCM7 that you’ll love these speakers as much as we do.
Please note, like other ATC models, these speakers will always sound at their best with a powerful amplifier (at least 75W into 8ohms) – if you are looking for a new amplifier to match with these speakers, please call or e-mail us and we can offer you our advice and a package if you wish to buy both together.
ATC SCM7 Key Features
– New ATC designed and built 25mm soft dome HF unit with precision alloy wave guide.
– 125mm ATC mid/bass unit with integral soft dome.
– In-house, hand-wound precision flat wire coil.
– Massive optimised motor assembly.
– Flat impedance curve allowing easy load for amplifiers.
ATC was formed in 1974 by Billy Woodman to manufacture custom drive units for the professional sound industry, they quickly made their mark with the 12″ PA75-314 driver, a design capable of handling more power and producing less distortion at a higher sound pressure level than any other unit on the market.
1976 saw the first production of the ground-breaking SM 75-150s soft dome midrange driver, a technical tour-de-force, whose innovative up-scaled design reproduced a more uniform dispersion, wider bandwidth and much lower distortion than was thought possible at the time. It revolutionised studio monitoring and has since become recognised as the ultimate mid-range transducer for both domestic and professional applications. Utilising exotic materials and precision tolerances, the latest version of the SM 75-150s represents the apex of drive unit technology. It is often copied but never equalled.