Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products

A mix of line arrays, column speakers, LED wall displays, projectors and microphones stood tall early among what was displayed on the InfoComm exhibit floor.

Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products
Among the different configurations by Meyer Sound during a listening session were having the arrays flown, or those that were ground stacked. Various alignments ranged from a pair of LINA arrays each comprised of 10 individual units, paired with a pair of five 750-LFC subwoofer cabinets flown, to a pair of four LINA array units positioned on top of three 750-LFC ground stacked units.
Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products
Among the different configurations by Meyer Sound during a listening session were having the arrays flown, or those that were ground stacked. Various alignments ranged from a pair of LINA arrays each comprised of 10 individual units, paired with a pair of five 750-LFC subwoofer cabinets flown, to a pair of four LINA array units positioned on top of three 750-LFC ground stacked units.

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Second Day of InfoComm 2017 Offers an Array of Intriguing New Products

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ORLANDO – Among the various audio, video and lighting products on the exhibit floor at InfoComm 2017, there were a handful that particularly stood out among the sea of items seen Wednesday at this year’s booths for the first time.

Leading the way among the nine items of note from the exhibits were two line arrays, the Meyer Sound LINA, and the Electro-Voice X-Line Advance series.

For impressive video products seen Wednesday, a mix of new video wall, projector and PTZ camera products were impressive.

For the X-Line Advance series, Guy Low, the company’s Creative and Brand Manager said, “They offer a lot of proprietary features, along with exceptional performance in relation to their weight and footprint.” The two models (the X1-212/120 and X2-212/120) each offer a 12-inch low frequency driver, and two high frequency drivers, and each include 120-degree horizontal coverage.

Also adding a compact line array to their lineup this year is Meyer Sound, with the LINA, a new addition to the LEO family of speakers. To highlight the extent of the LINA’s capabilities, a special listening session was held at the Chapin Theater inside the convention center, where various configurations with the LINA and 750-LFC cabinets showcased the extent of their abilities with recorded and live sound.

Among the different configurations were having the arrays flown, or those that were ground stacked. Various alignments ranged from a pair of LINA arrays each comprised of 10 individual units, paired with a pair of five 750-LFC subwoofer cabinets flown, to a pair of four LINA array units positioned on top of three 750-LFC ground stacked units.

With each of these configurations, were a trio of Galaxy 408 processors, with none of the wide range of music selections taxing the LINA/750-LFC combined systems in the least. As was noted during the presentation, with the benefit of self-powered Class-D power, paired with the LINAs utilizing 18-inch drivers, their performance scores incredibly well in size-to-performance.

For impressive video products seen Wednesday, a mix of new video wall, projector and PTZ camera products were impressive.

Among the many video wall products on display on the exhibit floor, it was hard to miss the incredible clarity that the 0.7mm fine pitch LED wall product by Leyard, first rolled out by the company in February. Or their DL line for LED walls, which allow for much greater flexibility in mounting, including to plywood, to allow for it to be retrofitted into spaces.


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