This listing is for a Meyer Sound M2D Loudspeaker Package. These items have been well maintained and are in good working condition. Included in this package are:
The M2D compact curvilinear array loudspeaker brings numerous advantages to mid-sized venues that require tight vertical pattern control with medium-to-long throw. Its operating frequency range is 60 Hz to 16 kHz, with maximum peak output of 136 dB SPL (each cabinet) at 1 meter. The M2D is designed for implementing vertical curvilinear arrays of up to 16 cabinets with 1- to 7-degree splay between adjacent units. For maximum leeway in configuring systems, the M2D is fully compatible with other M Series models and many Concert Series and UltraSeries loudspeakers.
(20) M2D Line-Array Loudspeaker
(20) Power Cable
(4) Dolly (for speakers)
(3) MG-2D MultiPurpose Grid
(1) LD-3 Line Driver
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