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Meyer Sound Partnering With Crestron On System Integration

Upcoming suite of Crestron modules to allow implementation of Meyer Sound loudspeakers in environments controlled by Crestron products

Meyer Sound has joined the Crestron Integrated Partner Program, resulting in an upcoming suite of Crestron modules (currently in development) to allow customers to implement Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeaker systems in environments controlled by Crestron products.

The Crestron Integrated Partner modules will provide integrators with direct access to the Meyer Sound Galileo®;and Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management systems, including functions such as snapshot recall, level control, muting, and more. Developed and tested by Crestron, the modules will fully support Crestron 3-Series control systems via an Ethernet connection.

“As applications of Meyer Sound products continue to broaden across connected AV environments from corporate boardrooms to arenas, this new partnership will allow us to further simplify workflow for consultants and integrators,” states John Monitto, Meyer Sound’s director of technical support worldwide. “Now our customers can skip the time-consuming custom OSC programming and enjoy more flexibility in creating high-performance AV systems.”

Meyer Sound’s Galileo loudspeaker management encompasses the Galileo 616 and Galileo 408 processors, the Galileo Callisto 616 array processor, and Compass control software. The Crestron modules for Meyer Sound will be available on the Crestron application market this summer.

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