Sound Workshop in Canberra, Australia has chosen the new self-powered MJF-210 stage monitor from Meyer Sound. Built for the demanding needs of today’s live productions, the MJF-210 is the lightest stage monitor in the Meyer Sound product line.
“The problem has been finding something that delivers the same audio performance, reliability, acceptance and ease of use that all our other Meyer products provide. As soon as we heard the new MJF-210, we knew that our search was over and that it was time to invest. From what I’ve heard from other Meyer-related sources around we’re not the only ones to recognise the potential of this product either, but we’re very pleased to put these amazing new monitors into our rental inventory,” says Sound Workshops MD, Tony Brighton.
A self-powered system with a low-profile design and an impressive power-to-size ratio, the MJF-210 contains two 10-inch LF transducers and a four-inch diaphragm compression driver mounted on a 50° H x 70° V constant directivity horn. The drivers are powered by an internal three-channel Class D amplifier.
Sound Workshop has added four MJF-210 stage monitors to an existing inventory of Meyer Sound equipment. With big name artist such as Metallica now touring with 76 MJF-210 units, the monitor is a must have for any professional company.
For more information on the Meyer Sound MJF-210 go to http://www.meyersound.com/products/ultraseries/mjf-210/
For Australian Sales contact: Meyer Sound Australia // Aus: 1800 463 937 // Nz: 0800 363 937 // firstname.lastname@example.org
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