Meyer Sound’s 900-LFC compact low frequency control element reproduces low frequencies at high, continuous output levels with extremely low distortion. The 900-LFC offers the same sonic linearity as Meyer Sound’s 1100-LFC low-frequency control element in a smaller, lighter cabinet, making it an ideal solution for small- to medium-sized touring applications and fixed installations.
A newly-designed class D amplifier affords unprecedented efficiency to the 900-LFC, significantly lowering distortion while reducing power consumption and operating temperature. The onboard amplifier and control circuitry are contained in a single, field-replaceable module. In addition to pairing with LEOPARD systems, the 900-LFC integrates easily with other Meyer loudspeaker systems, including LEO-M, LYON and Ultra Series.
LEOPARD and 900-LFC can be driven by Meyer Sound’s Galileo Callisto™ 616 array processor, which provides matrix routing, alignment and processing for array components. To guarantee optimum system performance, LEOPARD systems should be designed with Meyer Sound’s MAPP™ software. LEOPARD and 900-LFC units work with Meyer Sound’s RMS™ remote monitoring system, which provides comprehensive monitoring of system parameters from a Mac® or Windows®-based computer.
The 900-LFC is available with or without Meyer Sound’s QuickFly® rigging. When equipped with rigging, the 900-LFC’s captive GuideALinks™ allow it to be flown from the MG-LEOPARD multipurpose grid in LEOPARD arrays without a transition frame. Up to five 900-LFCs can be flown separately as a subwoofer array with variable splay angles from 0 to 5 degrees. The MG-LEOPARD grid can also be used for groundstacks with uptilt or downtilt.
Both versions of the 900-LFC can be transported in stacks of up to two cabinets with the optional MCF-900-LFC caster frame.