Meyer Sound has booked its largest-ever exhibit space for the 2020 NAMM Show.
The company’s booth (17219) will feature the TEC Award-nominated ULTRA-X40 point source loudspeaker displayed in multiple rigging and array configurations, demonstrating its versatility across a broad spectrum of main and fill applications.
A daily schedule of loudspeaker demos in the demo room (17218) will feature Meyer Sound’s newest technologies, including the ULTRA-X40, the LINA compact line array loudspeaker, and the 750-LFC low-frequency control element. After the demo, guests will be invited to a hands-on experience with a 2.1 system of Amie precision studio monitors and the Amie-Sub compact cinema subwoofer, as well as MJF-208 and MJF-210 high-power stage monitors.
Visitors will also be welcomed to the Sonic Lounge for networking with the Meyer Sound team and an opportunity to enter the drawing for a pair of Amie monitors.
“Over the past few years, NAMM has become one of the most important trade shows for major segments of our market,” noted Meyer Sound SVP of marketing John McMahon. “By opening a dedicated hall for audio, collaborating with the Audio Engineering Society on education programmes, and offering immediate access to the thriving Southern California entertainment business, NAMM has become a formidable industry event. NAMM is also well-timed as it builds momentum for our major European show, ISE, which normally follows a few weeks later.”
The ULTRA-X40 loudspeaker has been nominated for both a TEC Award (Outstanding Technical Achievement in Sound Reinforcement Loudspeakers) and for an Indispensable Technology Award in the Audio category.