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ULTRA-X20 Compact Wide Coverage Loudspeaker

Unique ref.: meyersound-ultra-x20
Brand: Meyer Sound
Product family: Loudspeakers
Product group: ULTRA
Width (inches): 7.44
Height (inches): 19.04
Depth (inches): 8.68
Date of publishing: 2020-07-30
Edition number: 1
Type: Object (single object)
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Meyer Sound’s new ULTRA-X20 design extends the award-winning, state-of-the-art ULTRA-X40 point source technology to a smaller version for size- and weight-critical applications. The ULTRA-X40 evolved from the highly successful UPA loudspeakers—so versatile they have been a universal standard in almost every application for over 35 years. To this legacy, Meyer Sound incorporated technology from the popular and award-winning LEO® Family of loudspeakers to bring multiple enhancements to bear in the ULTRA-X40 design. These enhancements now extend to a smaller version:

  • An innovative, highly efficient class D amplifier reproduces any sound source with linearity over a wide dynamic range.
  • The small-size cabinet weighs only 27 lbs (12.3 kg).
  • Its concentric driver configuration has all the benefits of a coaxial
  • driver, yet none of the disadvantages. In addition, this configuration supports directional control of frequencies down to 600 Hz.
  • The extremely well-behaved rotatable horn was designed for very precise, even coverage. This horn design, in conjunction with the concentric driver configuration, delivers the same pattern regardless of orientation.

With these enhancements, the ULTRA-X20 loudspeaker provides highpower output, low distortion, and consistent polar response in a very compact, vented enclosure. The loudspeaker features two 5-inch cone low-frequency drivers and one 2-inch diaphragm compression driver coupled with a rotatable 110° x 50° Constant-Q horn. A more controlled pattern is available on the ULTRA-X22 model, which is fitted with a 80° x 50° constant-Q horn. A wider coverage version, the ULTRA-X23, offers a 110° x 110° Constant-Q horn.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Exceptional fidelity and surprising power capability delivered in a compact, light enclosure
  • Extraordinarily flat amplitude and phase response ensures tonal accuracy and precise imaging
  • Wide pattern covers broad listening areas
  • Rotatable horn provides installation flexibility
  • Integral stand mount and QuickFly® mounting options facilitate rigging

APPLICATIONS

  • Multi-purpose Audio/Visual
  • Corporate rental
  • Houses of worship
  • Conference rooms
  • High-end private installations
  • Retail spaces
  • Theater

Because of its proprietary, high-frequency horn, the beamwidth remains consistent within close tolerances in both the horizontal and vertical planes, and across the horn’s operating frequency range. Uniformly predictable polar behavior takes much of the guesswork out of system design and assures optimal system performance.

A proprietary three-channel, class D digital power amplifier powers the ULTRA-X20 loudspeaker, which has a total peak power output of 860 watts. Audio processing includes electronic crossover, correction filters for phase and frequency response, and driver protection circuitry. Phase-corrected electronics ensure flat acoustical amplitude and phase response, resulting in exceptional impulse response and precise imaging.

The amplifier/processing package incorporates Meyer Sound’s Intelligent  AC™, which auto-selects the correct operating voltage, suppresses high voltage transients, filters EMI and provides soft-start power-up. The ULTRA-X20 cabinet provides audio XLR and PowerCON 20 input and looping output connectors. The ULTRA-X20XP version with IntelligentDC technology suits applications where AC power distribution is a limiting factor. It receives DC power and balanced audio from a Meyer Sound power supply.

The optional RMS™ remote monitoring system module with XLR 5-pin connectors provides comprehensive, real-time information about loudspeaker Compass® control software via the RMServer interface. The XLR 5-pin connectors allow composite cables to carry both balanced audio and RMS signals.

Meyer Sound builds the elegant, slightly curved enclosure out of aluminum with a slightly textured black finish. A powder-coated, round-perforated steel grille provides protection to the front of the loudspeaker.

The ULTRA-X20 includes two integral M8 rigging points on each end to enable a variety of configurations including those requiring pole mounting, hanging individually from a single point, wall mounting or ceiling mounting.

Optional rigging accessories include a 35 mm to M8 pole adapter, U-bracket, yoke, and a pinnable link on a channel that allows the hanging of a single or multiple units from a single pick-up point. Other options include weather protection and custom color finishes.

Keyword: Loudspeaker, Loudspeakers


Material main: Plywood
Material secondary: Steel
Designed in: United States
Manufactured in: United States
Weight Net (Lbs): 27

BIMobject Category: Electronics - Audio Electronics
IFC classification: Object
UNSPSC name: Audio and visual presentation and composing equipment
UNSPSC code: 4511
Uniclass 1.4 Code: L76116
Uniclass 1.4 Description: Loudspeakers
Uniclass 2.0 Code: PR-75-06-49
Uniclass 2.0 Description: Loudspeakers
Uniclass 2015 Code: Pr_70_75_36_50
Uniclass 2015 Description: Loudspeakers
NBS Reference Code: 75-06-49
NBS Reference Description: Loudspeakers
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code: 11 52 00
CSI MasterFormat 2014 Title: Audio-Visual Equipment
OmniClass Number: 23-37 15 29 11 13
OmniClass Title: Loudspeakers
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