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Meyer Sound Announces MJF-212 High-Power Stage Monitor

Jan 17, 2007 12:00 PM

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Meyer Sound has announced the MJF-212, a self-powered stage monitor loudspeaker designed to meet critical requirements in professional applications. Exhibiting flat amplitude and phase responses, full-range bandwidth, and exceptional impulse response, the MJF-212 far exceeds the capabilities of conventional stage monitors while offering the simplicity of setup and use provided by self-powered systems.

The MJF-212 monitor's phase-corrected frequency response of 55Hz to 18kHz enables accurate reproduction of both vocals and instruments with high gain before feedback, and provides excellent intelligibility at high output levels with low distortion and no coloration added to the signal. The MJF-212's high-frequency section comprises a 4in. diaphragm compression driver coupled to a symmetrical (50 degrees horizontal by 50 degrees vertical) constant-directivity horn. This medium-Q horn provides even coverage in both the horizontal and vertical planes.

A pair of high-power 12in. neodymium magnet cone drivers, mounted in an optimally vented enclosure, reproduces low frequencies. Each of the drivers is powered by one channel of a 3-channel class AB/H amplifier that employs complementary power MOSFET output stages to provide total burst output of 1,275W, 2,550W peak, ensuring excellent transient response. The MJF-212 incorporates Meyer Sound's Intelligent AC circuitry for automatic voltage selection, EMI filtering, soft current turn-on, and surge suppression. The rugged cabinet is constructed from premium birch plywood and coated with a durable, textured black finish.

The MJF-212 can be integrated into Meyer Sound's RMS remote monitoring system with the addition of an optional module. RMS is a Windows-based program for monitoring a full range of amplifier and limiter operating parameters.

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