At InfoComm 2013, the Meyer Sound booth shows the new Compass 3.0 control software, which simplifies and streamlines loudspeaker setup and control, and now includes monitoring functionality with the addition of the Compass RMS remote monitoring system. Compass 3.0 serves as the primary interface for users of the Galileo and Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management systems, CAL column array loudspeakers and Compass RMS.
The LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system is also being displayed at Meyer Sound’s booth. LEO is permanently installed at the 102,000-capacity Ohio Stadium, and is being deployed for tours and festivals around the world, including Bassnectar, Michel Sardou, and the Caprices Festival.
In demo room W203A, live listening sessions show the ability of Meyer Sound systems to elevate intelligibility in different applications.
Demonstrations of Meyer Sound’s first AVB-capable loudspeaker, the steerable CAL column array loudspeaker, show how its sonic accuracy delivers intelligible voice and music reproduction in challenging acoustical environments.
Constellation acoustic system demos also showcase how its voice lift feature supports communication in boardrooms and other meeting spaces. Performances by vocalist Quiana Parler demonstrate Constellation’s ability to vary a room’s acoustical characteristics to suit any event. The highlight of the demos is a special multichannel sound event using Meyer Sound SpaceMap multichannel surround panning through the D-Mitri digital audio platform, JM-1P array-able loudspeakers, 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements and low-voltage products.