Meyer Sound

UPJunior, a self-powered Vario loudspeaker, is suitable for an extremely broad range of applications, including A/V presentations and small to medium-sized main sound reinforcement systems, as well as fill, delay, effects, under-balcony coverage, stage monitoring, and distributed systems. The unit combines the advantages of self-powered systems with the placement and arraying flexibility afforded by a rotatable 80°×50° Vario horn. The horn's constant-Q design provides uniform response throughout the coverage area. The loudspeaker delivers a peak power output of 126dB SPL at 1m, making it suitable for use either as a single, primary loudspeaker or within multi-cabinet horizontal and vertical arrays. The low-mid frequency section features an 8" neodymium magnet cone driver, while the high-frequency section uses an efficient 0.75" exit, 2"-diaphragm compression driver. As a self-powered loudspeaker, it offers integral amplification, complex crossover, driver protection, and frequency and phase-correction circuitry onboard. It exhibits flat frequency and phase response across its operating range of 65 to 20kHz. Metric M8 threaded points allow simple mounting using either eyebolts or third-party pole assemblies. QuickFly® rigging options including the MAAM-UPJunior array adapter, MUB-UPJunior U-bracket, and the MYA-UPJunior mounting yoke assembly. Other options include weather protection and custom color finishes for applications requiring specific cosmetics.

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