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[Musikmesse] Meyer Sound Leopard and 900-LFC

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Meyer Sound will officially introduce at Musikmesse the smallest line array loudspeaker and subwoofer in the LEO series, namely Leopard and 900-LFC.

Following the LEO-M and Lyon, Meyer Sound will unleash Leopard, the most compact model in the line array range designed for small-to-medium venues.

Leopard is equipped with a Class D amp, but we have no information about its power, and thanks to its built-in network connection, you can setup the system from a computer with the MAPP software. The loudspeaker can also be driven by the Galileo Callisto 616, which offers routing, alignment and processing features for the different components of the line array.

Leopard specifications:

  • Two 9” cone woofers
  • 3” compression driver coupled to a constant directivity horn
  • 3-channel open loop Class D power amplifier
  • Frequency response: 55 Hz – 18 kHz
  • Phase response: 92 Hz – 18 kHz ± 30°
  • XLR 3 or 5-pin input and loop output
  • Built-in network with amp performance parameter log sent to the computer
  • Dimensions: 684 × 282 × 550 mm
  • Weight: 33.6 kg
  • Multiply hardwood enclosure with black finish
  • Steel protection grille

Leopard ships with a Meyer Sound QuickFly mounting rig with GuideALinks that allows for tilting the loudspeaker between 0.5 to 15°. Other mounting options are also available (MG-Leopard, MCF-Leopard, PBF-Leopard, MTF-Lyon/Leopard). More info at meyersound.com/product/leopard/index.php

 

To complete the Leopard line array loudspeaker, Meyer Sound adds the 900-LFC subwoofer, which comes after the 1100-LFC launched last year. Just like to other models in the series, the 900-LFC is compatible with the Galileo Callisto 616 processor and remotely monitored via the MAPP software.

Specifications:

  • Single 18” dual-coil cone woofer
  • Frequency response: 31 Hz – 125 Hz
  • Phase response: 40 Hz – 110 Hz ± 30°
  • 2-channel open loop Class D power amp
  • XLR 3 or 5-pin input and output loop
  • Built-in network with amp performance parameter log sent to the computer
  • Dimensions: 622 × 621 × 632mm
  • Weight: 61.2 kg

Full details of the 900-LFC are available at meyersound.com/product/900-lfc/

Both new models will be available this summer.

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