Orlando, FL (June 2, 2006)–When the InfoComm exposition gets underway at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando next week, Meyer Sound (booth 2039) will focus much of its attention on its latest addition to the Milo family of loudspeakers: the new M’elodie ultracompact high-power curvilinear array loudspeaker, which will receive its first public U.S. auditions in a series of demonstrations–open to all show attendees–on Thursday, June 8.
Three demonstrations hosted by Meyer Sound’s Jim Sides will be held in Hall F of the convention center: the first at 12:30 PM, the second at 3 PM, and the final one at 5 PM. A reception will follow the last event. The demonstrations will include a technical system design overview from Mauricio “Magu” Ramirez, Meyer’s senior seminar instructor, and a live performance by “The Flock,” a Latin band from the Miami, FL. area.
With a small footprint but prodigious output (131 dB SPL peak output), M’elodie is aimed for use in corporate AV applications, theatres and small halls, as a sidefill or downfill adjunct to main systems based on Mica, or as individual cabinets for frontfill or under-balcony coverage, according to the company.