The Meyer Sound MJF-210’s
phase-corrected 55 Hz to 18 kHz frequency range ensures that vocals and
instruments are reproduced accurately with low distortion and no signal
coloration. Exhibiting flat amplitude and phase responses, as well as
exceptional impulse response, the MJF-210 surpasses the sonic capabilities
of conventional stage monitors while offering the simplicity of self-powered
setup and operation.
The Meyer Sound MJF-210’s durable, vented enclosure houses two
high-power, long-excursion, 10-inch low-frequency drivers, as well as
a 4-inch diaphragm compression driver coupled to a 50-degree horizontal
by 70-degree vertical constant directivity horn. The face of the low-profile
cabinet slopes 40 degrees from the stage, ensuring optimal monitoring
for the performer, permitting freedom to move upstage and downstage while
remaining within the horn’s well-behaved, wide vertical coverage.
Meyer Sound MJF-210 drivers are powered by a 3-channel, class D amplifier.
The Intelligent AC™ power supply provides automatic voltage selection,
EMI filtering, soft current turn-on, and surge suppression.
The optional RMS™ remote monitoring system module provides comprehensive
monitoring of loudspeaker parameters from a Mac® or Windows®-based
computer. Optional XLR 5-pin connectors allow the use of composite cables
carrying both RMS and balanced audio.
Constructed of premium birch plywood, the Meyer Sound MJF-210A’s
cabinet is coated with a black-textured finish and includes protective
rubber strips on the bottom of the unit that prevent it from vibrating
out of position. A hex-stamped steel grille lined with acoustical black
mesh protects the drivers.