Meyer Sound Launches MM-4XP Mini Loudspeaker

Berkeley, CA (October 25, 2007)--Meyer Sound has introduced its MM-4XP miniature loudspeaker, a small product (4 inches square), which is the self-powered version of the MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeaker.
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Meyer Sound's MM-4XP miniature loudspeaker Berkeley, CA (October 25, 2007)--Meyer Sound has introduced its MM-4XP miniature loudspeaker, a small product (4 inches square), which is the self-powered version of the MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeaker.

The MM-4XP contains all amplification and corrective processing onboard, and receives 48 V DC from an external power supply on a 5-pin EN3 connector that also carries balanced audio. The Switchcraft EN3 connector has been used on the weather-protected version of the MM-4 for years, and is said to offer small size and protection against adverse environmental conditions, facilitating use of the MM-4XP in outdoor applications.

The MM4-XP is targeted for a variety of installation needs where space is limited or visibility is a factor, such as fill and spot coverage, or installation in steps and other hidden locations, and touring sound applications like stage lip front-fill, and small portable systems, such as are often needed for corporate AV uses.

Containing a single Meyer Sound-designed and manufactured 4-inch cone driver, the MM-4XP is capable of a 113 dB maximum peak SPL output and reproduces a wide operating frequency range of 120 Hz to 18 kHz at very low distortion. The MM-4XP is designed to deliver high peak SPL without drawing high instantaneous peak DC current, enabling the use of light-gauge cables and long cable runs of up to several hundred feet.

The MM-4XP can be ordered custom-painted to match decor.

Meyer Sound
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