For fill and spot coverage for systems with space limitations and visibility concerns such as clubs, restaurants, portable AV, or galleries or museum displays, the Meyer Sound MM-4XP Miniature SelfPowered Loudspeaker is an ideal option. Specifically designed for highquality distributed systems in reverberant spaces, the directional polar pattern of the MM-4XPD, especially at low frequencies, significantly reduces room excitation and increases intelligibility. Patent-pending technology yields a high degree of attenuation between the front and rear of the loudspeaker, achieving a directional polar response using passive acoustical techniques, with the MM-4XP having the added advantage of a hypercardioid coverage pattern. The MM loudspeakers feature a single 4-inch cone transducer, designed and manufactured at Meyer Sound’s factory, delivering an impressive maximum peak SPL of 113 dB and a wide operating frequency range of 120 Hz to 18 kHz with very low distortion. Self-powered technology eliminates amplifier racks, long loudspeaker cables, and any calibration of gain and crossover settings. The system can be rigged and ready in minutes.
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