A Solid investment in Meyer Sound

A Solid investment in Meyer Sound

Solid Rock Projects and Events has invested heavily in Meyer Sound’s Leopard and Lina compact linear line array cabinets. The rental and production company made the purchase through the manufacturer’s South African distributor, Prosound.

When seeking a new loudspeaker solution, Solid Rock decided on the Meyer Sound systems due to its previous experience with the brand. The purchase comprised 18 Lina cabinets and 12 Leopard enclosures, as well as eight 750-LFC low-frequency control elements, six 900-LFC subwoofers and 1100-LFC subwoofers and four MJF-208 floor monitors, along with assembly kits and multipurpose grids, MDM power and signal distribution units, RMServer and a Galileo Galaxy 816 network platform.

‘Our decision to purchase a wider variety of the Meyer range was an easy one, having used our M’elodie system for over 12 years, we were able to see firsthand the longevity, ease of use and quality that the brand has to offer,’ reasoned Keith Mac Intyre, owner of Solid Rock Projects and Events. ‘Given our scope of work, and the type of events we work on, we believe that Meyer is the best fit for Solid Rock.’

‘At Solid Rock we pride ourselves in being able to offer the finest technical solutions for our events,’ said Nicoleen Strydom, general manager at the rental and production company. ‘In order to continue to offer our clients the latest and best in audio technology, we were very keen to add the Leopards and the Linas to our inventory.’

Mark Malherbe, technical director at Prosound added: ‘Production managers for the more corporate boutique side of the industry will be very happy to hear that they now have access to the latest gear from Meyer Sound, via Solid Rock.’

 

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