Meyer Sound has expanded its onstage solutions with the new self-powered MJF-210 low-profile, high-power stage monitor. The MJF-210 is the lightest stage monitor in the company’s product line, as each monitor measures less than 14 inches high and weighs 67 pounds, and promises the sonic performance of the MJF-212A stage monitor, which has been used by Metallica, Usher, Judas Priest, and Michael Bublé.
The MJF-210 is said to offer an impressive power-to-size ratio and very low distortion. In addition, it provides the sonic and practical advantages of a self-powered system, including reliability, low distortion, and ease of setup and configuration. With the amplifier built into the cabinet, the MJF-210 eliminates amplifier racks and saves valuable backstage and truck space.
The front of the MJF-210 slopes at an optimal 40 degrees from the stage, while the constant directivity horn (50×70 degrees, HxV) gives the performer more freedom to move onstage while staying within the wide vertical coverage. The drivers are powered by a 3-channel Class-D amplifier.
For real-time monitoring of loudspeaker parameters, the MJF-210 can be integrated into the Compass RMS remote monitoring system using the optional RMS module. Compass RMS features the RMServer and can be controlled in the Compass software.
For applications with even higher power requirements, the MJF-212A stage monitor is available.