[Musikmesse] Meyer Sound 1100-LFC
Meyer Sound has announced the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element, a self-powered loudspeaker.
It is defined by its sonic linearity in reproducing the operating range of 28 Hz to 100 Hz. The 1100-LFC is suited for low-end directional applications for large-scale tours and installations.
The high peak power output is designed to enable transient reproduction and low-frequency clarity at extreme operating levels. The new 1100-LFC cabinet is designed to minimize turbulence noise.
The 1100-LFC can integrate in a MICA or MILO line array or a JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker system. RMS remote monitoring system provides monitoring of system parameters. Weather protection and custom-color finishes are available.
Meyer Sound will begin shipping the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element in June, 2012.
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