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MICA Line Array Speakers...ited to a wide variety of applications such as touring, rental, and fixed installation, and its sonic compatibility with MILO makes it an excellent component in a MILO family system.
MICA offers all of the benefits of Meyer Sound's 25 years of manufacturing controller-assisted loudspeakers and 10 years making self-powered systems, including carrying integral amplification, complex crossover, driver protection and frequency and phase correction circuitry onboard. MICA's components are all newly designed specifically for it and manufactured at Meyer Sound's Berkeley factory to meet stringent performance specifications and rigorous quality controls. As with all Meyer Sound systems, MICA exhibits flat frequency and phase response across its wide Operating range of 60 Hz to 18 kHz.
MICA is built for touring, with its new QuickFly rigging featuring captive GuideALinks and a built-in front link vertical extension capability, as well as dimensions that provide an efficient truck pack.
With a peak output of 138 dB SPL, MICA sets a new standard for power-to-size ratio and raises the bar for performance in a compact curvilinear array system, whether it is on the road or fixed in one place.
Meyer Sound Line Array SpeakersEstablished by John and Helen Meyer in 1979, Meyer Sound has been at the forefront of innovation in audio engineering for over two decades. From the outset, Meyer Sound looked beyond loudspeaker cabinet design to create totally integrated, systems-comprehensive solutions that encompass transducer design, signal processing, power amplification and even electroacoustic measurement systems. As a result, Meyer Sound's engineering teams have earned an enviable reputation for developing unique, innovative solutions to some of the most difficult problems confronting audio professionals. In fact, it is fundamental to John Meyer's philosophy that no component of a system should be compromised in order to compensate for variables "upstream" or "downstream." Instead, the entire system should be conceived, designed, tested, confirmed and manufactured as a whole to provide the optimum blend of audio fidelity, utility and long-term reliability.
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