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Meyer Sound Brings Faithful Reproduction to Houses of Worship

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Meyer Sound Laboratories, currently celebrating 25 years as the premier manufacturer of loudspeakers for sound reinforcement, will be at the 2004 Inspiration Technology Conference in booth 921. Clarity of sound, consistency, reliability, and the convenience and ease of use of self-powered loudspeakers have made Meyer Sound products the choice of houses of worship both large and small around the world.

Featured on the Meyer Sound booth will be the M2D compact and M1D ultra-compact curvilinear array loudspeakers, M1D-Sub ultra-compact subwoofer, award-winning UPJ-1P VariO compact loudspeaker with rotatable horn, UPM-1P ultra-compact wide coverage loudspeaker, and the MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeaker.

The versatile rigging and mounting options, and custom finishes on display will show how Meyer Sound products can be configured to meet almost any logistical and cosmetic requirements.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to see and learn about Meyer Sound MAPP Online acoustical prediction software, which provides accurate predictions of how Meyer Sound loudspeakers will perform in a venue in a full-color graphical form. MAPP Online is just one of the ways in which Meyer Sound supports users in getting the best performance out of their loudspeaker investment.

Education is another important step towards obtaining optimal results from a sound system, and Meyer Sound is proud to participate in sponsoring some of Inspiration's educational opportunities by providing loudspeakers for the lighting workshop and Worship Presentation Center areas.

Inspiration 2004
Meyer Sound: Booth 921
Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina


May, 2004

FEATURED PRODUCTS

M2D

M1D

M1D-Sub

UPJ-1P

UPM-1P

MM-4

MAPP Online

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