MILO array flown with 700-HP
MILO is capable of producing extremely high output. Low-frequency support for MILO arrays
requires a subwoofer with serious muscle. Boasting a tremendous maximum peak SPL of 139 dB
and an operating frequency range of 28 to 150 Hertz, the 700-HP ultrahigh-power subwoofer
is the clear choice. The 700-HP's power and bandwidth handle high continuous operating levels
and extreme transient information with minimal distortion in its operating frequency range.
It can be groundstacked or flown in its own array with optional QuickFly rigging, or even
configured into a horizontal line array to provide even, low-frequency coverage over a large area.
As a self-powered system, the transducers, amplification and control electronics of the 700-HP
are created as a symbiotic system that optimizes performance and maximizes its tremendous power.
The 700-HP's efficiently tuned cabinet houses two Meyer Sound-designed and -manufactured back-vented,
long-excursion, 18-inch cone drivers. These drivers have been engineered for extreme efficiency, using
high-gauss neodymium magnets for the most powerful magnetic field strength. Each driver features a
4-inch voice coil and is rated to handle 1200 AES watts.
An integral two-channel class AB/H amplifier with complementary MOSFET output stages supplies
total peak power of 2250 watts (1125 watts per channel). The 700-HP has enormous headroom to
accommodate the most extreme demands with ease.
An optional RMS remote monitoring system module allows comprehensive monitoring of all key
system parameters on any RMS-equipped host PC.
For situations where it is desired to fly or groundstack subwoofers in an array with MILO cabinets,
or where directional control is required, the M3D-Sub has the power and rigging compatibility to
provide the perfect complement to MILO.