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At ProLight+Sound/Musikmesse in Frankfurt, Meyer Sound will show products including the D-Mitri digital audio platform, a range of loudspeaker and system integration tools, and the Constellation acoustic system.

 

Visitors to Stand F70 in Hall 8.0 will see a demonstration of Constellation, nominated for a MIPA Award in the category of Sound System Technologies. Winners will be revealed at the award ceremony on April 7.

 

Providing the network for the Constellation system at ProLight + Sound will be the D-Mitri digital audio platform. With 96 kHz sampling with up to 64-bit floating point processing, D-Mitri will also drive the SpaceMap multichannel panning with CueStation control interface.

 

On the sound reinforcement side, MM-4XPD directional miniature loudspeakers with a Crestron controller will showcase the integration of Meyer Sound products with third-party systems. The MINA line array loudspeaker and CAL 32 and CAL 64 column array loudspeakers will be shown.

 

Attendees will see Meyer Sound’s system integration tools, from the MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program and the Galileo loudspeaker management system to the RMS remote monitoring system. The new RMS-enabled MPS-488HP external power supply, which delivers DC power and balanced audio to up to eight loudspeakers, will also be on hand.

 

As part of the Manufacturer’s Forum, John McMahon, Meyer Sound’s executive director, digital products, will present “Introduction to Room Acoustics” on Friday, April 8 at 15:45. The AVnu Alliance, of which Meyer Sound is a Promoting Member, will host a discussion in Frequenz 1 on “Audio Video Bridging (AVB): The AV Network for Europe and the World” on Thursday, April 7 at 15:45.

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