UMSUltraCompact Subwoofer


UMS

Powerful Low-frequency Response in an Ultra-compact Cabinet

Low-Frequency Extension

An extremely compact, self-powered system, the UMS ultra-compact subwoofer provides powerful low-frequency extension in applications where both excellent audio quality and an unobtrusive cabinet size are required.

Choose UMS-1P or UMS-1XP

Both versions offer flat, phase-corrected response ensuring maximum fidelity, and linear driver excursion for exceptionally clean bass responses with very low distortion. The UMS-1P is adaptable to complement UPM and HD-1 systems, while the UMS-1XP is a logical companion to any of Meyer Sound's IntelligentDC loudspeakers.

Multiple Applications

UMS is a great choice for mix suites, small theatre and audio-visual, theatrical sound reinforcement, portable and installed AV systems, and houses of worship.


Adaptable Companions for Exceptionally Clean Sound

UMS-1P

Although designed primarily as a companion for Meyer Sound's UPM-1P wide coverage and UPM-2P narrow coverage ultra-compact loudspeakers, the UMS-1P is equally adaptable for use with other Meyer Sound models such as the HD-1 high-definition studio monitor. The UMS-1P may be used singly or stacked to provide even greater low-frequency output.

UMS-1XP

With IntelligentDC technology, the UMS-1XP receives DC power and balanced audio from a single loudspeaker connector. Powering the unit from an external source eliminates the need for wiring conduits while still preserving the advantages of self-powered systems.

  

UMS-1P

Although designed primarily as a companion for Meyer Sound's UPM-1P wide coverage and UPM-2P narrow coverage ultra-compact loudspeakers, the UMS-1P is equally adaptable for use with other Meyer Sound models such as the HD-1 high-definition studio monitor. The UMS-1P may be used singly or stacked to provide even greater low-frequency output.

 

UMS-1XP

With IntelligentDC technology, the UMS-1XP receives DC power and balanced audio from a single loudspeaker connector. Powering the unit from an external source eliminates the need for wiring conduits while still preserving the advantages of self-powered systems.