MSL-4Horn-Loaded Long-Throw Loudspeaker


Features & Benefits

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Tightly controlled coverage and horn loading for long throws

High-Q design minimizes reverberation

Excellent transient response for detailed, high-impact sound

Very high peak output for large-scale applications

Applications

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Stadiums, arenas and concert halls

Houses of worship, medium to large theatres and night clubs

Stage monitor side fill

Theme parks and paging systems

The Meyer Sound MSL-4 is a high-Q, arrayable loudspeaker designed for a wide variety of medium- to long-throw applications. The MSL-4’s tightly defined coverage pattern allows seamless integration into array clusters, which may be tight-packed for long throw or splayed for broader coverage.

The MSL-4’s built-in power amplifier and control electronics are contained in an easily accessible, field-replaceable module. The amplifier, a class AB/H design with complementary MOSFET output stages, produces peak output of 1240 watts (620 watts per channel). The integrated control electronics includes TruPower limiting for driver protection, as well as active phase correction circuits to maintain exceptionally coherent phase response. Superior common-mode rejection from laser-trimmed differential inputs allows very long signal runs. An Intelligent AC power supply affords automatic voltage selection, EMI filtering, soft current turn-on and surge suppression to ensure system stability and long-term reliability.

All components are housed in a rugged, multi-ply hardwood cabinet with a black textured finish. The MSL-4 comes standard with six aircraft pan fittings (ring and stud), with QuickFly rigging optional.

The MSL-4 is compatible with Meyer Sound’s RMS remote monitoring system.

 

 

 

 

Specifications

Options

QuickFly Rigging

 

 

MSL-4 IN USE

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