London (February 22, 2005)–Autograph Sales, a UK audio sales company, has recently sold a number of Meyer Sound loudspeaker systems to various clients. Among the new customers is Stage Sound Services, based in Cardiff, which has become the first rental company in Wales to invest in Meyer Sound. The four UPJ-1Ps and two UMS-1P subs will immediately be put to work on the UK theatre tour of Dracula. The production will run for 20 weeks; the show’s sound designer Fergus O’Hare specified the Meyer Sound cabinets.
Westminster Sonus, a conferencing and meeting company based in Slough, Berkshire, have acquired four Meyer Sound UPM-1P loudspeakers, to be used as part of their press conference kit, predominantly on government business for the prime minister and his visiting presidential guests. The UPM-1Ps will also be employed during the upcoming G8 international summit.
Finally, Noizeworks, an audio consultancy with sales, hire and installation services, has purchased several UPA-1P loudspeakers and UMS-1P subwoofers. In turn, they have sold the boxes to their client, ChristChurch London, a church that meets every Sunday in a suite at the New Connaught Rooms in the heart of the city. ChristChurch store a full sound and communications system at the venue, designed and supplied by Noizeworks, to roll out each week.
Rhys Scott, the Church’s sound coordinator, reportedly looked at several different loudspeaker options and opted for Meyer Sound after a demo arranged by Autograph Sales’ Graham Paddon. Rhys explained, “Having active loudspeakers was a significant feature because of portability, so Meyer Sound was an obvious choice. We also wanted a transparent system and the configuration of the loudspeakers we chose, does just that. We don’t want people thinking about the PA, just enjoying what they hear.”
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