Grammy award winning hard-rock act Metallica, has added 76 units of Meyer Sound’s lightest self-powered stage monitor, the MJF-210, to its touring roster.
The new MJF-210 is a compact version of the MJF-212A stage monitor, used by the band in its Northern California rehearsal studio.
Beta testing of the new product took place during the Asian leg of the band’s recent tour, with help from monitor engineer Bob Cowan and assistant monitor engineer Adam Correia.
Metallica’s show director Dan Braun, says: “Meyer Sound embraced our demanding performance specs for a new compact stage monitor that would stand up to the rigors of Metallica touring and satisfy the critical ear of James Hetfield.”
“The resulting MJF-210 exceeds every parameter without compromise. The support we received from the company’s engineering staff demonstrates that everybody at Meyer Sound is indeed a part of the Metallica family,” adds Braun.