System Design Tool


See It Before You Hear It

Your Ideal System Design is a Few Clicks Away

Sculpt your coverage pattern and sharpen design ideas with your team online or offline before setting foot in a venue, so you save time, cost, and stress.

Get It Right Every Time

Skip the guesswork with a level of prediction accuracy that is only possible when combining sophisticated algorithms with high-resolution loudspeaker data and box-to-box consistency.

Minimize Onsite Adjustments

The measurements in MAPP XT are independently verifiable and highly precise (1/24th octave frequency resolution), so users can trust that their predictions will closely match the results onsite.

The Most Accurate Prediction Program
Just Got More Powerful

The First Prediction Program with Truly Useful Headroom Data

Building on the success of MAPP Online Pro, MAPP XT now provides the accurate information on the useful headroom of a system with the maximum levels to which it can be driven while maintaining linear performance.

Headroom with stored trace Pink Noise

Full-fledged Design Essentials at Your Fingertips

Predict coverage pattern, frequency response, and maximum SPL output of a single Meyer Sound loudspeaker, a full array, and a complete system. Auto-splay and Factor of Safety are available for all LEO Family products.

Auto Splay Window

Build a System for Real-World Needs

While broadband pink noise is the standard acoustic prediction input signal, it rarely represents real-world show content. B-Noise is a Meyer Sound signal used in MAPP XT to ensure predictions reflect system behavior when reproducing the most common input spectrum.

Headroom with stored trace B-Noise

Expect More from Your Prediction Program

A streamlined interface and new features improve your workflow, from Measurement Viewer, Relative Phase Response data, PDF exports, and Trace Store/Recall to the Gradient Subwoofer Array tool for designing cardioid low-frequency systems.

IFFT Tab Measurement Viewer

Please Note:
MAPP XT predictions show the capability of a system that is correctly configured with regard to gain structure.