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Carl Tatz Design Installs New PhantomFocus PFM UHD-1000 Professional Monitors at G.O. Media

Certified Pro Tools training center upgrades its PhantomFocus MixRoom with new bi-amped UHD-1000 monitor system, which includes PFM ICE Cube-12 subwoofers.
Media director of operations Glenn Martucci and daughter Raquella Martucci in the G.O. Media facility.

Olympia, Washington’s G.O. Media, the Northwest’s only certified Pro Tools training center, recently upgraded its existing PhantomFocus System (PFS), with the new Carl Tatz Design PFM UHD-1000 bi-amplified professional monitors and PFM ICE Cube-12 Subwoofers.

“The new UHD PFM-1000 monitors enable a heightened accuracy, particularly for us in the mid-highs, without harshness,” comments Glenn Martucci, G.O. Media, director of operations and owner of G.O. Media Studio, “Even though we loved the warmth, accuracy, and ‘organic’ quality of our existing PFS 4 system, the PFM UHD1000s provide an additional unmasked accuracy – often enabling us to ‘pick apart’ and hear errors sonically ‘masked’ in recordings previously thought to be flawless.”

Carl Tatz, studio designer and creator of the PhantomFocus line, adds, “It’s been fun recently upgrading legacy PhantomFocus System users to the new PFM 1000 monitors and ICE Cube-12 subwoofers. Clients who have been extremely satisfied with their existing PhantomFocus System are blown away by another giant step that they didn’t think possible.”

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PhantomFocus PFM UHD-1000 monitor
PhantomFocus PFM ICE Cube-12 subwoofer
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