Meyer Moves Into Studio City Mesa

Studio City Mesa’s roadhouse theatre, the Cooper Auditorium, in Caspar, Wyoming, recently had a 7.1 Meyer Sound cinema system installed to supplement the venue’s 4K projection and curved, 64-foot, premium large-format screen.
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Caspar, WY (May 18, 2015)—Studio City Mesa’s roadhouse theatre, the Cooper Auditorium, in Caspar, Wyoming, recently had a 7.1 Meyer Sound cinema system installed to supplement the venue’s 4K projection and curved, 64-foot, premium large-format screen.

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“With the Cooper, we decided to go beyond what anybody else was doing in our region,” states Randy Pryde, president of Movie Palace, Inc., operator of Studio City Mesa. “When it came to audio, we didn’t want to compromise. As one of my partners remarked, ‘You never have to apologize for quality.’ So we decided to move out in front of all the competition with Meyer Sound.”

The auditorium’s new system comprises three Acheron 100 screen channel loudspeakers, 16 HMS-10 surround loudspeakers, and six X-800C high-power cinema subwoofers. A Galileo loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 and one Galileo 408 processor is used for optimization of each loudspeaker.

“Some other PLF screens try to crank the sound and blast you out of your seat, and the results are often less than ideal,” Pryde says. “With the Meyer Sound system, we get the full impact and the wide dynamic range, but without distortion. The sound is clean, clear, and natural.”

Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc.
www.meyersound.com