Meyer Sound: 1100-LFC Low Frequency Control Element

The 1100-LFC represents a breakthrough in the reproduction of very low frequency musical content.

By PSW Staff December 13, 2016

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Meyer Sound is an American company based in Berkeley, California that manufactures self-powered loudspeakers, multichannel audio show control systems, electroacoustic architecture and audio analysis tools.
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Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc.
Berkeley, California 94702
P: 510-418-1166 F: 510-486-8356
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The 1100-LFC represents a breakthrough in the reproduction of very low frequency musical content.  As a completely linear system, the 1100-LFC does not inject any of its own harmonic overtones into the music, even in the first audible octave, maintaining a consistently neutral and phase-coherent characteristic.  Rather than having its own “subwoofer sound”, the 1100-LFC reinforces low frequency content with absolute neutrality, maintaining the true depth and harmonic structure of the input signal.

  • Very high headroom for exceptional clarity
  • Operating frequency range of 28 Hz – 100 Hz
  • Self-powering eliminates cable losses
  • Consistently linear response for precise directionality in cardioid and end-fire arrays
  • Dual high-excursion 18-inch drivers
  • RMS remote monitoring system standard
  • Integrates seamlessly with LEO Family loudspeaker arrays
  • Flyable with optional MRK-1100 rigging kit

 


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