Meyer Sound will exhibit “a wide array of cutting-edge audio technologies and contribute to education through the AVIXA Professional Development Program” during the company’s annual trip to Amsterdam for ISE 2018 next month.
The Meyer Sound booth (Hall 1, M-90) will feature “a comprehensive display of Meyer Sound products and technologies for installed systems,” according to the company press release.
Meyer Sound’s Ashby line of ceiling loudspeakers featuring exclusive IntelligentDC technology will make its European debut at the show in a static display and will also be heard “live” above the hospitality area.
The entire LEO Family of line array systems will be shown, with the LINA compact line array set up in multiple configurations.
The UltraSeries of point-source loudspeakers will be on display in a wide palette of custom colors, while the Tech Bar will focus on the beam-forming CAL column array loudspeaker and the AVB-enabled Galileo GALAXY network platform.
Also on display will be the Bluehorn System, Meyer Sound’s newest studio monitor, which company officials say is “the first high-power loudspeaker system to achieve absolute phase accuracy across the full audio bandwidth.”
More at the Booth: Meyer Sound ISE 2018 Plans
But the Meyer Sound ISE 2018 booth won’t just be focused on showing new products in cool environments.
A full slate of special events at the booth – and streaming via Facebook Live – includes presentations by Meyer Sound personnel focusing on an array of leading-edge digital technologies.
Sessions will include Meyer Sound products such as MAPP XT and solutions such as AVB networking, the Bluehorn System, tools for Autodesk Revit, and applications at Mexico City’s Azteca Stadium and on tour with Metallica.
As part of the AVIXA Professional Development Program, Meyer Sound’s Richard Bugg will co-host a session on “The Evolution of Networks for Ethernet and IP for Audio, Video and Beyond” on Feb. 9.
Meyer Sound director of system optimization Bob McCarthy will lead a session on “Real-World Loudspeaker Beamforming,” covering how various array components and performance parameters relate to the laws of physics that govern the potentials and limitations of the technology.
“Because ISE is one of our two most important shows of the year, we send the full gamut of personnel,” says John McMahon, VP of solutions and strategy.
“So if you want to have a full conversation with our education or R&D staff, or with tech support or product management, you will find them all there. You can directly engage with the technology and have face-to-face discussion on in-depth solutions.”