Meyer Sound Invites ISE Attendees To Experience The Constellation Acoustic System

A Meyer Sound team of acousticians will demonstrate the flexibility of the Constellation acoustic system at the 2016 edition of ISE in Amsterdam.

Integrators and design consultants seeking solutions for restaurants, university classrooms, corporate offices and meeting rooms can demo the product every 30 minutes while asking questions of Meyer Sound’s expert staff.

“The acoustics of a space define the critical baseline for sound in any AV installation,” said John McMahon, Meyer Sound’s Vice President of solutions and strategy. “With Constellation and complementary passive acoustical treatment, the design consultant and systems integrator can precisely define the acoustical character of a space to fully optimise the effect of music performance or voice communication. In addition, Constellation often reduces or even eliminates the need for direct amplification systems.”

Employing a fully integrated approach to variable active acoustics, Constellation precisely controls reverberation time, early reflections, and other key parameters vital to the sonic clarity, warmth, and resonance of a space. Constellation is installed in performance venues throughout the world, and offers increased intelligibility in a number of corporate and university conferencing and teaching spaces. Louisiana State University, Jyske Bank headquarters in Denmark, and Enbridge in Calgary, Canada, are just a few examples of the systems in use globally.

The patented Libra acoustic image system will also be featured. A passive acoustical solution for spaces that works together with Constellation to create the ideal sonic environment, Libra beautifully unites the art and science of acoustics, combining sound absorptive properties with works of art created or selected by California Photographer Deborah O’Grady.

Select Meyer Sound loudspeakers will also be at the show including the CAL column array loudspeaker with advanced beam-steering technology. Selected for world-class venues such as the Musikverein in Vienna, the Konzerthaus Berlin in Germany and the Berner Rathaus in Bern, Switzerland, CAL loudspeakers provide exceptional coverage control and sonic precision.

Meyer Sound will also show the LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system, the newest and smallest member of the company’s LEO Family of line array systems. LEOPARD has garnered worldwide acclaim for both permanent installations in houses of worship, sports arenas, and concert halls, and rental systems for concert touring and musical theatre.

As part of ISE’s education program, Richard Bugg, digital products solutions architect at Meyer Sound, will host an InfoComm Master Class on Digital Audio and Networking on Thursday, February 11 at 14:00 in room D203.

Meyer Sound will be located at Stand 1-M100.