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Meyer Sound announces the availability of their Amie precision studio monitor.

Developed in conjunction with Skywalker Sound, Meyer Sound’s Amie precision studio monitor is described as a flexible high-performance linear loudspeaker created with the needs of top sound professionals in mind. Built to last with high-quality materials and announced up to par with Meyer Sound’s quality control standards, Amie promises flat frequency & phase responses, great imaging, uniform coverage and great power-to-size ratio. It is primarily aimed at those looking for studio monitors for film, broadcast or gaming post-production.

Specs include:

  • Input type: 10 kOhm impedance, electronically balanced
  • Connectors: XLR 3-pin female input (with XLR 3-pin male loop output)
  • Wiring: Pin 1: Chassis/earth through 1
  • AC Power connectors: powerCON 20 inlet (with loop outlet) - Safety Rated Voltage Range 100–240V AC, 50–60 Hz
  • Power consumption: 16W (Idle)/ 72W (Full Output)
  • Physical dimensions: 9.00 inches W x 15.30 inches H x 13.24 inches D (229 mm x 389 mm x 336 mm)
  • Weight: 25 lbs (11.3 kg)
  • Enclosure: premium birch plywood with low-gloss, textured black finish
  • Mounting: 3/8"-16 threaded side attachment points; optional M-MUB U-bracket with 1-3/8 inch pole mount adapter

Price varies greatly with quantity, from $3,500 for a single unit down to $3000 apiece for 2 to 4 bought at once, and even downer to $2,100 apiece from 25 - and perhaps even less based on a case by case basis over 100 units. More details at Meyer Sound's website and online shop.

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