Meyer Sound’s self-powered UPQ-2P narrow coverage loudspeaker, part of the UltraSeries family of loudspeakers, features extended low-frequency headroom and a wide operating range of 55Hz to 18kHz, delivering a peak SPL of 136dB with ultra-low distortion. Its constant-Q horn yields coverage over a narrow beam width of 50° by 50°, resulting in minimal interaction with adjacent surfaces and neighboring loudspeakers. The speaker features a low-frequency 15” neodymium magnet cone driver and 4” diaphragm compression driver. Its proprietary two-channel class AB/H power amplifier yields a combined power output of 1,275W and uses proprietary QuietCool™ fan technology. The amplifier is equipped with Meyer’s Intelligent AC™ power supply that adapts to any power voltage worldwide. The unit features integral amplification, as well as complex crossover, driver protection including dedicated limiters to protect and extend the life of the drivers, and frequency and phase correction circuitry onboard. The trapezoidal enclosure features a textured, hard-shell finish and includes an integral pole mount receptacle that accepts 1½” diameter poles or loudspeaker stands. In addition, the cabinet incorporates rigging end plates with multiple threaded M10 attachment points for eye-bolt rigging. QuickFlyÒ rigging options include the MPA-UPQ pick-up and array plate and MYA-UPQ mounting yoke. Additional options include Meyer Sound weather protection, an installation version without handles, and custom color finishes.