Meyer Sound will feature the InfoComm of its new LINA compact linear line array loudspeaker and companion 750-LFC compact low-frequency control element.
Previewed earlier this year at ISE, LINA marks the entry of Meyer Sound’s LEO Family of line arrays into a much broader market. With its diminutive dimensions (20.27”/515 millimeters wide) and minimal weight (43 pounds./ 19.5 kilograms), high power output and aggressive pricing, LINA is ideal for all commercial sound applications that require portability, scalability, ease of set-up and impeccable sonic performance.
Meyer Sound also will preview the first in a new series of premium quality self-powered ceiling speakers. The first two models, the Ashby-5C and Ashby-8C both integrate Meyer Sound’s exclusive IntelligentDC technology, which combines the sonic superiority of self-powered loudspeakers with the installation ease of constant voltage distributed systems. Both models are two-way designs with wide (100-degree) coverage patterns and come equipped with integrated back-cans and five-pole Phoenix connectors. The Ashby-5C has a 5” low-mid driver and the Ashby-8C an 8” low-mid driver.
A range of IntelligentDC surface mount loudspeakers also will be shown at the booth, as well as LINA, 750-LFC and a selection of UltraSeries loudspeakers. The Galileo GALAXY network platform will be featured as well, along with important new updates to the companion Compass control software.