From June 5 to 8 in Las Vegas, Meyer Sound presented a very rich stand, a real laboratory of novelties and technologies.
The booth C1356 at the InfoComm in Las Vegas, 5 to 8 June 2018, hosted a wide range of novelties from Meyer Sound, starting with Ashby, a full range of ceiling speakers for discriminating designers, up to LINA, Compact Linear Line Array.
Ashby is a particularly versatile product, suitable to reproduce everything, from the tones of the speech to the bass of the music, with attention to fidelity and cleanness of the audio. Self-powered, the Ashby speaker is able to reproduce the sound with minimal distortions even at high levels, without sacrificing the typical linearity of a ceiling speaker. The design, with a uniform pattern even at 100°, allows you to distribute the sound over a wider listening area, using less speakers.
LINA, on the other hand, is the latest addition to the LEO family, a smaller and lighter speaker equipped with a 750-LFC complementary control element for linearity, low distortion and an advantageous power-to-size ratio, with the aim of extending the range of applications.
Meyer Sound also promoted several training sessions and conferences on topics such as “AVB/TSN: Ethernet and IP for audio, video and beyond” and “A cookbook approach to the optimization of audio systems”. In short, Meyer Sound at InfoComm with a lively stand, full of solutions both on the practical and on the theoretical side.
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