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Meyer Sound to Bring Constellation Demos and New 1100-LFC to PALM EXPO China 2012

2010_infocomm_098.jpegAt PALM EXPO China 2012 in Beijing, a live musician will reveal how Meyer Sound Constellation® acoustic system can create a variety of acoustic spaces ranging from an intimate recital hall to a world-class concert hall. The trade show will mark the Asian debut of the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element, Meyer Sound's new self-powered loudspeaker that introduces unparalleled linearity for controlling low frequencies in a large-scale sound system.

“East Asia is experiencing explosive growth in every sector of professional and commercial sound,” notes Mike Cooper, international sales director for Meyer Sound. “And with PALM EXPO established as the leading trade show for this region, this year we're sparing no effort to make a memorable impression.”

In addition to the convincing demonstrations of Constellation, Meyer Sound will show an expanding line of self-powered low-voltage solutions, with the three newest models featured: the 48 V DC-powered UPM-1XP and UPJunior-XPâ„¢ loudspeakers and the UMS-1XP subwoofer. This exclusive Meyer Sound technology provides the superior audio performance of self-powered systems coupled with the time and cost savings of Class 2 wiring. Also featured will be the CALâ„¢ column array loudspeaker, which begins shipping in June, 2012. CAL is the first system of its kind to offer Meyer Sound's trademark flat phase and frequency response together with extraordinarily flexible beam steering capabilities.

The company's leadership in digital audio technologies is evident in the latest refinements to D-Mitri®, the AVB-capable digital audio platform that encompasses the full range of DSP functions along with signal matrixing and distribution, multichannel playback and recording, and sophisticated show control functions. D-Mitri will drive the backbone of the Constellation showcase at PALM.

A video interview with Luke Jenks, loudspeaker product manager, and John Meyer, CEO, on the 1100-LFC:

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