Meyer Sound Headlines Constellation Demos and Major Corporate Announcement at PALM EXPO China
The Meyer Sound stand (Hall 4, Stand 4405) at PALM EXPO China promises to be a bustling hub of activity, with demonstrations of the Constellation acoustic system alongside an extensive display of advanced audio technologies. Meyer Sound will also make a corporate announcement that will be of critical interest to audio professionals in the region.
For the first time at a trade show in China, Meyer Sound will present demonstrations of the awe-inspiring Constellation acoustic system. Featuring celebrated saxophonist Sarah Underwood, the live demos will reveal how advanced digital processing, working in conjunction with arrays of precision microphones and linear loudspeakers, can transform a performance space into acoustical environments ranging from an intimate theatre to a cavernous cathedral.
Digital Audio Platform
At the heart of Constellation is the new D-Mitri digital audio platform, a flexible suite of hardware and software components that provide the ultimate in networked mixing, matrixing, DSP and show control. Fully compliant with the emerging AVB networking standard, D-Mitri will be shown in conjunction with a production version of the AVB-compliant CAL 32 column array loudspeaker, which also offers precision beam-steering capabilities. Meyer Sound's continually expanding range of reinforcement products will be represented by the compact MINA line array loudspeaker and the JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker, the latter displayed with 700-HP subwoofers.
For the installation market, a range of self-powered low-voltage solutions will be featured, including the (four-inch-square faceplate) MM-4XP self-powered miniature loudspeaker shown in a palette of custom colors. Meyer Sound's system integration tools including the Galileo loudspeaker management system and MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program will also be available.
Meyer Sound products have enjoyed increasing acceptance in China, as evidenced by recent high-profile installations and events. For example, the world's largest Meyer Sound concert reinforcement system (256 MILO line array loudspeakers and 96 700-HP subwoofers) was erected for the Rock Records event on May 1 at the Bird's Nest (China National Stadium) in Beijing. It was a return engagement for Meyer Sound, as a MILO-based system was deployed for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Olympic Games in the same venue.