UPQ : Components

The UPQ loudspeaker is a two-way, bi-amplified system featuring drivers designed and manufactured at Meyer Soundĺs Berkeley, California factory.

Low-Frequency Section

The low section features a high-power 15-inch cone driver with a 4-inch voice coil, created to meet the power requirements of the system. The drivers are a proprietary design employing neodymium magnets for higher efficiency and power handling with reduced weight.
Front View of Low Driver
Front View of Low Driver
Rear View of Low Drive
Rear View of Low Driver
High-Frequency Section

The high-frequency section uses a 1.5-inch exit, 4-inch diaphragm compression driver with a neodymium magnet powered by a dedicated amplifier channel.

The output of the high frequency driver is coupled to a constant-Q horn. The smooth and consistent performance of the UPQ horn is the result of meticulous research in Meyer Sound's anechoic chamber. The horn exhibits a remarkably consistent beamwidth in both the horizontal and vertical planes across a wide frequency range of 1 kHz to 18 kHz and delivers uniform attenuation for all frequencies outside the specified beamwidth.

Front View of Horn
Front View of UPQ-1P Horn

Rear View of the UPQ-1P Horn Assembly
Rear View of UPQ-1P Horn Assembly
The UPQ-1P horn provides 80-degree horizontal by 50-degree vertical coverage (-6 dB points), and a gentle coverage rolloff that extends uniformly out to its -10 dB points of 100 by 60 degrees.

The UPQ-2P horn is distinguished by a narrow coverage beamwidth (50-degree by 50-degree) that yields precise coverage and minimal interaction with walls and neighboring loudspeakers in arrays.

UPQ-2P Horn Face
Front View of UPQ-2P Horn

Rear View of UPQ-2P Horn Assembly
Rear View of UPQ-2P Horn Assembly


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