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Temple Performing Arts Center


Satisfying Every Artist That Comes to Play

Meyer Sound’s name has always been synonymous with the best reproduction available for live music. From ballroom-size venues like the world-famous Fillmore Auditorium to concert halls like the even-more-famous Carnegie Hall, Meyer Sound systems deliver the full spectrum of musical styles with clarity, power, punch, intelligibility, and evenness across both volume levels and the frequency spectrum.

Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers are as easy to operate as they are to install and keep performing accurately for years. Whether invisibly reinforcing symphony or opera, or cranking out heavy hip-hop beats, Meyer Sound is the one name that will satisfy every artist that comes to play.

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Meyer Sound in Las Vegas


"We had a great deal of glass to contend with, and the beam configuration of the cabinets allowed us to focus the sound right were we wanted it."

- Shane Cannon,
Rutledge Engineering

"We have been touring with Meyer Sound speakers for quite some time, and I have always been very, very happy with the results. The Meyer speakers have always given us the sound and the tonal qualities that we wanted, and the factory support has been amazing. The people at Meyer were always 100% behind us, even back during the madness of our stadium tours, and that's something I think is very important. So, putting sound and support together, Meyer was the obvious choice."

- Denis Savage,
Sound Designer, FOH Engineer, Celine Dion's "A New Day..."

"Tuning only took a short time owing to the MAPP predictions we had worked out," says Tomioka. "All the seating areas of the venue had a consistent sound field. The sound merged quite naturally, even in the areas where multiple systems overlapped."

- Hiroaki Tomioka
Acoustic Technical Lab