Meyer Sound launches new power supply

Meyer Sound launches new power supply

Meyer Sound has launched a new eight channel power supply to complement its InteligentDC range of install products. The MPS-488X replaces the MPS-488HP and provides 48V DC power and balanced audio signal over a single composite cable with field friendly Phoenix connectors.

Like its predecessor, the MPS-488X will work with all existing IntelligentDC speakers including Ashby, HMS and the complete series of XP cabinets. For added flexibility, toggle switches can route audio inputs to one or more channel outputs.

One significant difference is that the new power supply makes use of Nebra™, Meyer Sound’s newly launched monitoring platform. Previously any monitoring was done using the company’s Remote Monitoring Software (RMS) which meant additional hardware needed to be purchased.

Nebra is a free Mac and Windows based software platform that offers a seamless and intuitive workspace for Meyer Sound users, with a focus on providing fast and hassle-free connectivity and monitoring.

Nebra monitors all available data points from all connected devices. It operates as a standalone solution for Milan-based devices, and for Meyer Sound loudspeakers using RMS technology, Nebra functions in parallel with Compass software and the RMServer hardware. Nebra seamlessly integrates with Meyer Sound’s Galileo GALAXY Network Platform as well as third-party Milan-certified endpoints and AVNU Certified AVB network switches and bridges.

Meyer Sound’s UK sales manager Roland Morcom comments ‘We’re excited to launch Nebra to utilise the Milan enabled speakers we already have available and it’s great that we can also include it in the MPS-488X. It gives our customers more options and flexibility which is something Meyer Sound feels is very important to stay relevant in the market.’

These two latest additions to Meyer Sound’s portfolio make monitoring and control of compatible products even more simple and helps to keep the company at the forefront of technology development.

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