Meyer Sound to debut point source loudspeaker technology at InfoComm 2024

Meyer Sound will be unveiling the Ultra-X80, a point source loudspeaker part of the brand’s Ultra family of products.

The Ultra-X80 point source loudspeaker draws on both the acoustic lineage of the Ultra family, including the Ultra-X40 and Ultra-X20, and technology innovations behind the Panther large-format linear line array loudspeaker to high-quality audio in a compact format.

Ultra-X80 and Ultra-X82 offer analog and Milan connectivity as standard, and utilises the brand’s Nebra integrated software platform.

Ultra-X80 is an evolution of the Ultra family’s concentric-driver design, which couples two 12-inch neodymium-magnet cone drivers to a rotatable 95 x 40 degree waveguide coupled to a 4-inch high-frequency compression driver.

Ultra-X80 uses Meyer Sound’s ultralight Class D amplifier technology to deliver a total linear peak output of 141 dB SPL. For maximum flexibility in coverage, an Ultra-X82 variant offers a more tightly focused 50 x 40 degree dispersion pattern. The ULTRA-X82 delivers a total linear peak output of 142 dB SPL.

Attendees of InfoComm 2024 are invited to visit the Meyer Sound booth #C9701 in the Central Hall. In addition, live demonstrations of the Ultra-X80 alongside other products across the range in traditional and spatial configurations will take place in Audio Demo Room #N209 (North Hall Level 2).

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