Meyer UPA-1A/M1A Speaker System (2 x Meyer UPA-1A Speaker + 1 x M1A Processor)


  • $999.95

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Meyer UPA-1A/M1A Speaker System
Meyer UPA-1A Speaker System consists of 2 x Meyer UPA 1A well maintained speaker with 1 x M1A Processor

Meyer UPA-1A Compact Wide Coverage Loudspeaker
Designed for a wide variety of sound reinforcement applications, the compact arrayable UPA-1A allows for controlled coverage of wide areas in theatre, club and concert sound reinforcement. The powerful loudspeaker delivers high sound pressure levels with extremely low distortion, for maximum intelligibility and fidelity.

The bi-amplified loudspeaker consists of a proprietary 12-inch low-frequency cone driver in a vented enclosure with a 90-degree high-frequency horn and driver. The rugged, multiple-ply hardwood cabinet enclosure is fitted with handles and, optionally, aircraft-style rigging pan fittings. RIGGING HARDWARE NOT INCLUDED

The UPA-1A specifications meet the most demanding professional needs. Yet Meyer specifies conservatively and responsibly, in verifiable terms. Even after extended use, the performance of the UPA-1A remains uncompromised.

The UP-1A requires a high-quality professional stereo power amplifier capable of delivering 250 continuously into 8 ohms, with signal voltage gain of 20dB (minimum) to 30dB (maximum).

Meyer M-1 Speaker Processor
AThe M-1A contains frequency response and phase response alignment circuitry, and Meyer Sound's exclusive SpeakerSense driver protection circuitry, incorporating both peak and RMS signal limiting.

A single-channel device operating at line level, the M-1A is intended to be the final component in the signal chain before the power amplifier. Its factory-calibrated SpeakerSense circuitry protects the loudspeakers components from damage due to overheating under high power conditions. This unique circuit continuously monitors the power applied to the drivers, and individually limits the high-frequency and low-frequency outputs when the safe operating limits of the drivers are exceeded. Until the onset of overload, the Speaker-Sense circuitry has no effect on the signal.

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