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Meyer Sound Helps Grateful Dead Bid Farewell

Grateful Dead’s original sound engineer first tapped Meyer to create acoustic solutions for the legendary “Wall of Sound” system in the 1970s.

Extron Announces HDCP-Compliant 4K HDMI Matrix Series

Audio De-Embedding, Extron’s DXP HD 4K Series supports HDMI data rates up to 10.2 Gbps

Simulate the Studio Experience by Tweaking Acoustics

Audio companies like Primacoustic and Bowers & Wilkins offer technical support to aid dealers in designing room spaces conducive to proper listening applications.

Shure ULX-D Digital Wireless Systems Now Available in 900 MHz

ULX-D 900 MHz offers a digital wireless experience in a band free of regulatory concerns.

Speakers from TOA UL-Listed for Mass Notification

TOA’s latest products carry UL 1480 UUMW listing for life-safety applications such as mass notification and emergency voice alarm.

SoundTube Shipping SB335 3-Channel Mini Amp with Bluetooth Connectivity

SoundTube’s SB335, a 3-channel mini amp with RS232/IR control and Bluetooth connectivity is now in stock.

NYC’s Hottest Irish Sports Bar Turns Up the Sound

Elegant and charming Irish pub called Stout upgrades its audio system at new financial district location.>

Hot Dog! Nathan’s Famous Brings in New Audio Equipment for July 4 Spectacle

KV2 supplies big sound for annual Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on Coney Island.>

New Kids on the Block Performs With TLC, Nelly, 360-Degree Surround Sound

Veteran FOH engineer Kevin Elson chose a robust sound system for the brand new 360-degree in-the-round stage setup: Meyer Sound’s LYON sound reinforcement.>

Eagle Brook Church Multisite Services Soar High Thanks to Alpha Video

Minnesota-based integrator Alpha Video outfits sixth campus for local Eagle Brook Church and ties together entire multi-campus experience for congregants with audio, video, lighting, broadcast and control room technologies.>

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