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Meyer Sound Acquires LCS

On November 1, Meyer Sound announced that it has acquired LCS, which manufactures VRAS, CueConsole, CueStation, Matrix3, SpaceMap and WildTracks. The 12/01/2005 7:00 AM Eastern

On November 1, Meyer Sound announced that it has acquired LCS, which manufactures VRAS, CueConsole, CueStation, Matrix3, SpaceMap and WildTracks. The two companies began working together on the development of Meyer Sound's Galileo loudspeaker management system. “A strong relationship was created with LCS through the development of Galileo,” commented John Meyer, president/CEO of Meyer Sound, “and I look forward to leveraging their technologies to give users the same high level of quality and functionality in digital products as we have in everything Meyer Sound makes.”

From left: Meyer Sound’s John and Helen Meyer and LCS’ John McMahon

LCS' CEO, John McMahon, plans to combine LCS' technologies with Meyer Sound's marketing and manufacturing capabilities: “Meyer Sound's excellent reputation and profile in audio will enable us to provide innovative products to broader markets and continue pushing the state of the art forward in new ways.”

LCS will remain in its Sierra Madre, Calif., and Vernon, B.C., offices with all 18 employees remaining onboard; McMahon and LCS senior VP Steve Ellison will continue to promote LCS' line of products.

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