Meyer Sound: VLFC Very Low Frequency Control Element

By PSW Staff November 29, 2017

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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.
Meyer Sound
Meyer Sound Laboratories, Inc.
Berkeley, California 94702
P: 510-418-1166 F: 510-486-8356
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The VLFC is the first high-power sound reinforcement loudspeaker to focus all its energy in a single octave bridging across the lower threshold of human hearing. With operating range extending down to 13 Hz, the VLFC delivers unprecedented visceral impact in applications ranging from ultra-low bass in rock and EDM concerts to bone-rattling special effects for immersive cinema or theme park attractions. VLFC made its concert debut powering explosive effects on Metallica’s 2017 Worldwired stadium tour.

Transducers: 2 x 18-inch low resonant frequency cone Amplifiers: 2 x class AB/H bridged with complementary MOSFET output stage Operating frequency range: 13 Hz to 30 Hz


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