It's All About Listening with Meyer Sound at InfoComm 2012

Meyer Sound will set up the largest and most sophisticated multichannel surround system the company has ever assembled for a trade show

The listener's experience comes first and foremost for Meyer Sound, and

InfoComm will bring this emphasis into focus. Starting with the immersive
multichannel sound event entitled "Surrounded in New York," the Meyer Sound
systems in action at the show will surely leave an ear-opening impression
with the visitors.

In one of Las Vegas Convention Center's larger meeting rooms (N110), Meyer
Sound will set up the largest and most sophisticated multichannel surround
system the company has ever assembled for a trade show. Combining the
versatility and realism of the ConstellationR acoustic system and SpaceMapR
multichannel surround panning through the D-MitriR digital audio platform, a
special demo program "Surrounded in New York" will transform one's
perception of space. The full demo schedule can be found here:
http://meyersound.com/news/2012/infocomm_event/.

The live presentations will also offer a sneak peak of the extraordinary
linearity of the 1100-LFC low frequency control element, a new loudspeaker
for low-end directional applications in large-scale tours and installations.
The 1100-LFC will begin shipping in June 2012.

On the main show floor (booth C9717), the recently expanded range of
low-voltage, self-powered solutions will be shown in the US for the first
time, including three 48 V,DC-powered models: the UPJunior-XPT VariOT and
UPM-1XP loudspeakers and the UMS-1XP subwoofer.

As one of the first AVnu Alliance Promoter Members, Meyer Sound will join
other manufacturers in thealliance to show the importance of the AVB (Audio
Video Bridging) networking standards. At the AVnu Alliance Pavilion (booth
C11309), the Meyer Sound CALT column array loudspeaker will participate in
the biggest AVB interoperability demonstration to date. Ellen Juhlin,
digital products analyst at Meyer Sound, will lead two sessions on "AVB for
Live Events" on the AVnu Alliance booth. For the full presentation schedule,
click here: http://www.avnu.org/news_and_events/events/infocomm_2012

Other education opportunities at the show facilitated by Meyer Sound include
Buford Jones's "Live Mixing" on June 13 at 10:30 AM and "Mix it up-Live
Audio Workshop" on June 13 at 12:30 PM. On June 14 at 10:30 AM, consultant
Bill Schuermann, who has implemented numerous Meyer Sound systems including
the recent Houston Ballet, will lead the discussion "Low Voltage Audio
Systems: Raising the Bar."

To learn more about the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element, watch this
video: http://youtu.be/Mae-Q0ycFVE

A video on the Meyer Sound low-voltage solutions is available here:
http://youtu.be/hd2u2ZHl6gg

ABOUT MEYER SOUND
Family owned and operated since 1979, Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc. designs
and manufactures high-quality, self-powered sound reinforcement
loudspeakers, digital audio systems, active acoustic systems, cinema sound
systems, and sound measurement tools for the professional audio industry.
Founded by John and Helen Meyer, the company has grown to become a leading
worldwide supplier of systems for theatres, arenas, stadiums, theme parks,
convention centers, houses of worship, and touring concert sound rental
operations. Meyer Sound's main office and manufacturing facility are located
in Berkeley, California, with field offices and authorized distributors
located throughout the USA and around the world.

www.meyersound.com

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