The Panther large-format linear line array drew the crowds in Barcelona
USA/Europe - Meyer Sound got off to a high octane start in 2024, with technology showcases at The NAMM Show and Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) conventions.
“2024 promises to be another significant year for Meyer Sound,” says senior vice-president John McMahon. “We’re building on unprecedented momentum that began with the success of the Panther large-format linear line array and the 2100‑LFC low-frequency control element. This success continues with further development of our award-winning Nebra software and the newly announced NADIA DSP platform, which is already redefining the world of active acoustics. NAMM and ISE proved perfect opportunities to highlight our latest advancements and forge meaningful connections in key markets as we move ahead.”
At NAMM, Panther and the 2100-LFC were on display alongside LINA very compact line array loudspeakers paired with the 750‑LFC very compact low-frequency control element and Leopard compact linear array loudspeakers with the 900‑LFC low-frequency element. Visitors could also catch live demonstrations of the Spacemap Go spatial sound design and mixing tool and Nebra system configuration and monitoring platform alongside ULTRA‑X40 and ULTRA‑X20 compact loudspeakers and the USW‑112P compact subwoofer.
Across the Atlantic, at ISE in Barcelona, the Meyer Sound stand also featured the Panther large-format linear line array paired with the 2100-LFC low-frequency control element, which together comprise the first large-scale, full-bandwidth line array system to offer Milan-protocol digital audio coupled with comprehensive telemetry features.
ISE attendees could also explore an ecosystem of point-source solutions with the ULTRA-X20 compact loudspeaker and the USW-112P compact subwoofer, which feature Meyer Sound’s newest Class D amplifiers and processing technologies and integrated Milan endpoints.
This year, an expanded Tech Bar hosted hands-on demonstrations of diverse digital solutions, including the new NADIA network-based audio processing and distribution platform for Constellation acoustic system installations, along with the Galileo Galaxy Network Platform, as well as the Spacemap Go spatial sound design and mixing tool.
Meyer Sound also put the spotlight the award-winning Nebra software platform, which provides the ability to monitor Meyer Sound networked systems and manage connections in Milan networks in both portable and installed applications.
“We were thrilled to present a potent range of Milan-enabled tools at this year’s ISE show,” says Meyer Sound director of product and services Andy Davies. “From loudspeakers that pack immense power and performance into compact, lightweight designs to our fast, flexible Spacemap Go spatial audio solution to comprehensive monitoring and control offered by Nebra, these innovations exemplify our commitment to delivering complete integrated system solutions.”

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