With audio technology, it's what you hear that counts, and Meyer Sound is emphasizing that point at its demo room and show booth at this year's InfoComm with live presentations of the Constellation® acoustic system, D-Mitri® digital audio platform, and recently introduced loudspeakers including the JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker and MINAâ„¢ line array loudspeaker.
In Meyer Sound's demo room W203A, visitors will experience the sonic fidelity and power packed in the compact MINA line array loudspeaker along with the JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker, which allows pinpoint control of horizontal coverage in stand-alone or arrayed configurations. The demonstrations will also include the D-Mitri digital audio platform, which employs the AVB (Audio/Video Bridging) standards. D-Mitri will showcase its pivotal role as a comprehensive AV production solution by controlling not only dynamic surround sound effects but also complex lighting effects and video cues.
On booth 832 on the show floor, another schedule of listening sessions—all featuring live music—will demonstrate how the Constellation acoustic system creates stunningly realistic acoustical environments that range from an intimate recital hall to a massive cathedral. Constellation employs the powerful and enormously versatile D-Mitri as its underlying digital audio platform.
Meyer Sound's self-powered, low-voltage loudspeakers have garnered considerable attention in the installation market for projects that place an emphasis on both aesthetics and sonic quality. On display at the booth will be the full lineup, including the powerful UP-4XP (121 dB SPL @ 1m) ultracompact loudspeaker, the MM-10 miniature subwoofer, and the MM-4XP self-powered miniature loudspeaker (four-inch-square faceplate) shown in a palette of custom colors. The CALâ„¢ column array loudspeaker, which features advanced beam steering algorithms for maintaining pristine audio performance, will also be shown.
Implemented in D-Mitri and CAL, AVB is an emerging standard for AV networking over Ethernet. Learn more about AVB by attending the AVnu Alliance panel discussion on Wednesday June 15 from 2:30-4:00 PM, or by visiting the AVnu Alliance Technology Pavilion on booth 383e.
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