Meyer Sound Announces EXP Demo Schedule for CinemaCon 2012 in Las Vegas

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Meyer Sound, the Berkeley, Calif.-based manufacturer known worldwide for its concert loudspeaker systems, will be demonstrating the EXP cinema systems in the Neopolitan I Ballroom throughout the CinemaCon show.

During these demos, visitors will hear the stunning impact, transparency, and detail that Meyer Sound EXP brings to the cinema experience from musical material and dialog to special effects sequences. Demos are scheduled for every 30 minutes during trade show hours. On Tuesday, the first demo is at 11:30 AM and the last is at 3:30 PM; on Wednesday, the first demo is at 9:00 AM and the last at 4:30 PM; and on Thursday, the first is at 9:00 AM and the last at 12:00 PM.

Audiences, theatre operators, and the film production community have taken notice of the new level of power and clarity that EXP has introduced, including Wim Wenders, director of "Pina," an Oscar nominee this year, as well as "Buena Vista Social Club," "Wings of Desire," and "Paris, Texas."

"I've seen 'Pina' in many theatres all over the world," Wenders states. "What I can safely say is that 'Pina' sounds best in theatres equipped with Meyer Sound EXP. It is a quality that is truly addictive."

EXP systems have gained widespread acceptance as the ideal complement to 3D digital cinema at theatres across North America, Asia, and Europe, including the Grand XL screens at Cinetopia in Oregon and 60 screens at CinemaxX in Germany and Denmark.

On the post-production side, EXP monitoring systems have been installed at renowned facilities such as Skywalker Sound, Wildfire Studios, and American Zoetrope in California, as well as De Lane Lea in London.

Visit Meyer Sound at CinemaCon 2012 on booth 2610 and in demo room Neopolitan I.

CinemaCon
Booth 2610 & demo room Neopolitan I
Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, NV
April 24-26, 2012

April, 2012

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