Meyer Sound to Focus on All-Encompassing Solutions at ISE 2009
"With HD video offering bigger and brighter images, it's crucial not to let the audio portion of AV presentations fall behind," comments Meyer Sound Director of Marketing Rachel Archibald. "At ISE this year, we will showcase complete solutions with innovative products and support services to meet the challenges that today's systems integrators face in delivering 'high-definition audio.'"
Meyer Sound will bring many of its notable innovations to ISE this year, including the tiny self-powered MM-4XP miniature loudspeaker and the flexible UPJunior VariO loudspeaker, as well as the legendary HD-1 and X-10T studio monitors, the latter incorporated with cutting-edge technology adapted from avionics to offer unprecedented low-frequency linearity and extremely low distortion. ISE visitors will also experience the flexibility and creative power of the Matrix3 audio show control system, which is being used in numerous productions of Cirque du Soleil®.
Celebrating the company's 30th anniversary this year, Meyer Sound has established an integrated solution with the industry's most extensive line of self-powered loudspeakers that cover every conceivable application. Its offerings range from sound reinforcement systems for accompanying video presentations in corporate offices, residential theatres, and production studios, to live performances and music playback. Beyond self-powered loudspeakers, Meyer Sound solutions also encompass Constellation electroacoustic architecture, as well as digital loudspeaker processing, system design, and precision measurement tools entrusted by the industry's most demanding sound designers and engineers.
Manufactured at the company's Berkeley, Calif. factory, Meyer Sound products are backed by unparalleled service, including 24-hour technical support. Assistance is available through the Berkeley headquarters, ten other international offices, as well as from partner distributors and dealers operating on six continents.