Meyer Sound’s lightest self-powered stage monitor, the MJF-210, will be heard in its first trade show demo at All Access Show 2014 on January 30 and 31 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The low-profile MJF-210 carries the sonic performance of the MJF-212A stage monitor, which has been used by artists such as Metallica, Usher, and Michael Bublé. The MJF-210 began shipping in November 2013.
The MJF-210 weighs 67 pounds (30.5 kg) and measures less than 14 inches (35.5 cm) high, and is sloped at 40 degrees from the stage. Each loudspeaker houses a four-inch diaphragm compression driver coupled to a 50° H x 70° V constant-directivity horn. A three-channel class D amplifier powers the drivers. An optional RMS™ remote monitoring system module enables comprehensive monitoring on a Mac or Windows computer. In addition, Meyer Sound will display the UPA-1P loudspeaker at the booth.
All Access Show will also feature an interview with Lee Moro, Meyer Sound’s Nashville manager and touring liaison, in a special session entitled “Hot Seat.” More details are available on the All Access Show website.
All Access Show 2014 is organized by Tour Tech East, the leading supplier of live event production technology along Canada’s Atlantic Coast. 2014 marks Meyer Sound’s first appearance at All Access Show.