Meyer Sound has announced MINA, the newest and smallest member of the family of self-powered line array loudspeakers that include MILO, MICA, and M’elodie.
Designed for live sound and installation applications facing size and weight limitations, MINA carries the same remarkable musicality and intelligibility that define other members of the MILO family loudspeakers of which many thousands are in use around the world today.
With MINA, smaller venues such as theatres, ballrooms, and houses of worship can provide their audiences with superb sound transparency and impact, while benefiting from the directional vertical coverage of a Meyer Sound line array.
MINA is less than 18.5 inches wide, yet capable of producing up to 128 dB SPL at one meter.
Its operating frequency ranges from 75 Hz to 18 kHz over a wide 100-degree horizontal coverage area.
In addition to sightline advantages, each MINA loudspeaker weighs only 47 pounds, making it an excellent component for integrators working with historic theatres and other venues with strict rigging requirements.
Like all Meyer Sound loudspeakers, the low-distortion MINA exhibits the cabinet-to-cabinet consistency essential for a line array to accurately project energy where it is needed.
MINA can be installed as main arrays, and can integrate seamlessly with M’elodie and MICA line arrays as fill subsystems.
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