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Meyer Sound expands low voltage product line with three new loudspeakers

Andrew Brister 8 February 2012
Meyer Sound expands low voltage product line with three new loudspeakers

Meyer Sound’s line of self-powered, low voltage audio solutions has grown with the addition of three new 48V, DC-powered loudspeakers that offer the same performance as their AC-powered counterparts. These systems open the way to a broadened range of low voltage installations that demand exceptional audio clarity, higher SPL, and powerful bass impact: The UPM-1XP 48V DC ultra compact, wide-coverage loudspeaker is the low voltage version of the UPM-1P ultra compact three-way loudspeaker. The UPM-1XP is capable of 123 dB peak SPL over an operating frequency range of 75 Hz to 20 kHz. The UPJunior-XP 48V DC ultracompact VariO loudspeaker combines the distinct advantages of the low voltage, self-powered concept with the versatility of the VariO constant directivity horn. Within minutes, the 80 x 50-degree pattern can be changed from horizontal to vertical orientation. Power output is 126 dB peak over a 70 Hz to 20 kHz operating range. The UMS-1XP 48V DC ultracompact subwoofer extends low voltage system response to an operating frequency range of 25-160 Hz and a peak SPL of 127 dB at 1 metre. Visceral impact is provided by dual 10-inch cone drivers. “Our low voltage systems are the answer to installations where AC cannot be run to loudspeaker positions yet the low-distortion audio quality and power in Meyer Sound self-powered products are essential,” states Luke Jenks, Meyer Sound’s product manager for loudspeaker products. “These new products can provide a level of sonic bandwidth and speech intelligibility to raise the bar for discreet, easy-to-install systems for environments that include museums, restaurants, bars, and convention centres.” 

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