Meyer Sound has premiered the self-powered LYON linear sound reinforcement system, the newest addition to the LEO family of linear loudspeaker products at ISE 2014.
By incorporating the technology of the LEO Family in a lighter and more compact package, Meyer Sound believes that the LYON line array loudspeaker system extends the advantages of highly linear self-powered systems to a broader range of venues and applications.
LYON is available in two versions: the LYON-M main loudspeaker and the LYON-W wide-coverage loudspeaker. Complemented by the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element and the Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management system, the LYON-M main loudspeaker is designed to anchor a powerful system for installations in arenas and large auditoriums, as well as tours and festivals. The LYON-W can serve as down fills to augment a LYON-based system. Both LYON versions can be used to provide supplemental coverage in a LEO system.
As part of the InfoComm education programme at ISE 2014, Jeff Koftinoff, Meyer Sound’s embedded systems and signal processing architect, is presenting ‘Deploying Large Scale AVB Networks’ on February 6. Meyer Sound has been a long-time supporter of IEEE AVB (Audio Video Bridging) standards and the AVnu Alliance. At ISE 2014, the company is showing two AVB-capable products: the D-Mitri digital audio platform and CAL column array loudspeakers.
In addition, Meyer Sound is participating in the AVnu Alliance demonstrations of AVB networks, along with other member companies.