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by Nancy Waters On 12/23/2011

In response to the increasing demand for Constellation® acoustic systems around the world, Meyer Sound has added Mac Johnson and Ana Lorente to the Constellation team. Johnson has been named Constellation project manager, transferring from his prior position as education programs coordinator for the company. Ana Lorente, formerly with the projects department of Meyer Sound Spain, will now serve as Constellation project designer.

by Nancy Waters On 12/13/2011

Set amid the pastoral greenery of Denmark’s Birkerød village, Mantziusgården CultureCenter has recently upgraded its venerable Meyer Sound UPA-1 loudspeakers of 21 years to a JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker system. Stouenborg of Kastrup, Denmark handled the sound system design and installation.

by Nancy Waters On 11/11/2011

After completing a major overhaul of its two largest dubbing stages, Wildfire Post-Production Studios in Los Angeles has become the first film and TV production facility in Southern California to offer Meyer Sound’s cutting-edge EXP® cinema loudspeakers in a large mixing environment.

by Nancy Waters On 12/23/2011

Contemporary Christian rockers Skillet toured the United States this fall with a Meyer Sound MILO line array loudspeaker system. The “Awake and Alive” tour brought the Memphis-born band to 16 venues in 12 states. Skillet will return to the road beginning December 28 in Sevierville, Tenn.

by On 12/23/2011

Cinetopia Progress Ridge 14 in Beaverton, Ore. was one of the few elite theatres in the Portland metro area selected for the December 15, 2011 pre-screenings of “Mission: Impossible—The Ghost Protocol.” Among those venues, Cinetopia was the only one to bolster the blockbuster’s stunning visuals with the visceral and immersive impact of Meyer Sound’s premium EXP™ cinema loudspeaker systems.

by Nancy Waters On 01/25/2012

Meyer Sound’s line of self-powered, low-voltage audio solutions has grown with the addition of three new 48-volt, DC-powered loudspeakers that offer the same exemplary performance as their AC-powered counterparts. These systems open the way to a broadened range of low-voltage installations that demand exceptional audio clarity, higher SPL, and powerful bass impact.

by Nancy Waters On 01/17/2012

Now settled into its new purpose-built theatre, the Improv Comedy Club in Houston, Tex., has cemented its reputation as one of the country’s premier showcases for uproarious talent. A fan-shaped room with raked seating ensures that everyone gets a clear view of both the stage and the 16-foot-wide projection surface by Stewart Filmscreen, while a potent Meyer Sound system delivers all the punch lines with crisp intelligibility to all 510 seats.

by Nancy Waters On 01/17/2012

Sometimes an unforeseen delay yields better-than-expected results. Such was the case with First Baptist Church (FBC) in Decatur, Ala., which had planned to replace its aging and inadequate sound system several years ago. Due to changing priorities and a fragile economy, the church stalled its plans. But the timing was just right: the holdup fortuitously synchronized the purchase decision with the introduction of Meyer Sound’s new MINA™ line array loudspeaker.

by Nancy Waters On 01/17/2012

At ISE in Amsterdam, on stand 1M80, Meyer Sound will unveil new additions to its long string of standard-setting products, showcased alongside the D-Mitri® digital audio platform—a 2011 InAVation Technology Award winner. Also shown will be the CAL™ column array loudspeakers, which feature class-leading audio performance and proprietary DSP algorithms for accurate digital beam steering and beam splitting. 

by Nancy Waters On 01/25/2012

The Danish arm of KPMG, a worldwide accounting and consulting firm, makes a bold statement through its new 33,000-square-meter headquarters building in Copenhagen designed by architects 3XN. As part of the building architecture characterized by three interlocking polygons, KPMG’s auditorium features a virtually invisible system of Meyer Sound MM-4XP miniature self-powered loudspeakers to ensure intelligibility for company presentations.

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