Meyer Sound Shows Support for Central European Audio at ACF in Budapest

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MJF-212
Self-Powered Stage Monitor

Meyer Sound will be among the largest and best-known exhibitors at ACF Central Europe, a new regional trade fair for the corporate AV and installation markets scheduled to be held at the Europa Congress Center in Budapest, Hungary from 21 – 23 November. Meyer Sound's prominent role at the exhibition reflects the company's commitment to an expanded presence in Central and Eastern Europe, a trend already evidenced by the numerous Meyer Sound installations in theatres, nightclubs, and houses of worship throughout the region.

At stand number 28 attendees will be greeted by the industry's most knowledgeable staff and peruse a broad selection of self-powered products designed and manufactured at the company's Berkeley, Calif., factory. The Meyer Sound product line includes solutions for sound reinforcement needs of any size and type, backed by a coordinated suite of highly accurate tools for prediction, measurement and tuning, and Meyer Sound's famous personalized service.


M'elodie
High-Power Curvilinear Array Loudspeaker
The display of custom-painted M'elodie ultracompact high-power curvilinear array loudspeakers will be where many will find an answer to their needs. The newest member of the MILO family of self-powered loudspeakers, M'elodie already has earned a reputation for packing a clear and potent voice into a petite package. The versatile UPJ-1P compact VariO loudspeaker and palm-sized MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeakers are two more problem-solvers that will be shown on the stand with custom finishes.

Other models on display include the MJF-212 self-powered stage monitor, a new wedge named in honor of the illustrious Montreux Jazz Festival, European favorite M1D-Sub ultracompact subwoofer, 600-HP compact high-power subwoofer, and UPM-1P ultracompact wide coverage loudspeaker.

Special Seminar

November 22, 11 AM
Coordinated Tools: The Key to Successful Sound System Design and Implementation

Presenter: Károly Molnár - Meyer Sound European Technical Support Representative

Please contact Károly Molnár for more info

Meyer Sound is renowned for providing seamless integration of design software, self-powered loudspeakers, measurement tools, system drive electronics, and, most recently, sophisticated digital processing and matrix mixing into complete, high-performance sound systems. At ACF, this holistic approach can be experienced on Meyer Sound's stand at hands-on demo stations for the Matrix 3 audio show control system with SpaceMap multichannel panning software and Wild Tracks hard disk recording and playback, and at another station showing a coordinated approach to system design and implementation using the MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program in conjunction with the SIM 3 audio analyzer and Galileo loudspeaker management system.


Matrix3
Audio Show Control System
Meyer Sound European Technical Support Representative Károly Molnár will give a special workshop at 11 AM on 21 November entitled "Coordinated Tools: The Key to Successful Sound System Design and Implementation" in which he will reveal how a coordinated set of tools makes it possible to design, measure, and tune a sound system in an efficient method that produces a consistently excellent result. Details of location and times will be posted on the stand.

Meyer Sound is a leading supplier of professional sound systems to rental and installation companies in Hungary, as well as throughout the rest of the world. Meyer Sound systems have been installed in the Festival Theatre at the new Palace of Arts and at the Madách Theatre, both in Budapest, the National Theatre in Gyõr, and the Votive Church in the southern city of Szeged. For the past two years, Meyer Sound high-power curvilinear arrays have been used for all major stages at the huge Sziget Festival.

November, 2006

FEATURED PRODUCTS

M'elodie

M1D-Sub

600-HP

UPM-1P

UPJ-1P

MM-4

Matrix3

Galileo 616

MAPP Online Pro

MJF-212

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