Meyer Sound in Berkeley, Calif., announces that LEOPARD and the 900-LFC join the company’s flagship LEO family as its smallest and most versatile members. Offering power-to-size ratio with ultra-low distortion, the patent-pending LEOPARD line array loudspeaker and the 900-LFC low-frequency control element promise an unprecedented level of clarity, power, precision, and ease of use. The 900-LFC promises exceptional low frequency, clarity and impact inherited directly from the 1100-LFC.
With state-of the-art design, groundbreaking engineering, and premium quality components, LEOPARD AND 900-LFC are designed to create an exceptional listening experience across a wide variety of applications from rental to install and rock ’n’ roll to classical.
System highlights include greater phase coherence and seamless, uniform coverage, and newly designed and highly efficient Class-D amplifiers.
The system includes MAPP XT for acoustic prediction, Compass RMS for real-time system performance monitoring, the Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management system, and the new MDM-5000 distribution module for routing AC power, audio, and RMS signals.
Premium quality components are built with structural integrity and designed to last. To guarantee reliability and consistency, all products are crafted by hand and rigorously tested for quality control on-site at Meyer Sound’s headquarters in Berkeley, Calif.
Plus, Meyer Sound states that LEOPARD can both anchor a main system in a medium-sized venue or integrate seamlessly with LYON in down- and outfill systems. Six LEOPARD and two 900-LFC loudspeakers can be flown using a half-ton motor.
Meyer Sound states that the LEOPARD and 900-LFC will begin shipping in summer 2015.