Porter & Davies, world renowned for their tactile monitoring systems are delighted to announce the launch of the new BC-X, a super-mini version of their highly sought after BC2 and BC Gigster. This new, pint-sized version comes with simplified professional standard features and a price as streamlined as its size.
Four years in the making, the BC-X has the same quality build, identical response time and many of the same superior components as the BC2 and BC Gigster. It packs a serious punch, despite its diminutive size!
The BC-X features the company’s brand new, unique TT1 Precision Devices Transducer built into the top of the patented throne. This uses bone conduction to deliver a potent, accurate reproduction of what is being played, without sound. The new transducer allows the BC-X to deliver seventy-five to eighty percent of the power and performance of the BC2 and Gigster systems.
At less than a third of the weight of the BC2 and more than ten percent lighter than the BC Gigster the new engine is highly portable. It is supplied with a comfortable, all vinyl, 13” round throne. Both fit comfortable into a bespoke All-In-One Hardcase which is available as an optional extra.
All this has enabled the company to significantly reduce the stage footprint of the unit and reduce the price to £479 plus VAT. The BC-X is available now, exclusively fromhttps://www.porteranddavies.co.uk/shop.
As with all Porter & Davies tactile monitoring systems, the BC-X enables drummers to connect with their kit whilst playing in a totally tangible way, allowing them to feel and experience their bass drum as well as hear it. The ultra-compact BC-X punches way above its weight, making it suitable for touring, gigging, studio work as well as at home.
US Drummer, Scott Persson recently bought one of the new BC-Xs and is touring with it now. He says ‘……. the BC-X in action last night. Felt amazing! Thanks for a great product. And the seat feels great… Top notch’
To find out more about the BX-C and the other Porter & Davies products, go to https://www.porteranddavies.co.uk/products/, or to buy one please go to https://www.porteranddavies.co.uk/shop.
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