I use Meyer Sound equipment at my job(UJP-1 for tops and 600-HP for low end)... but I wasn't really "wow'd" enough to spend that kind of cash to purchase them for my own business. Everyone tells me that Meyer is the way to go. Has anyone had any great experiences with Meyer equipment? Is it REALLY worth its massive price tag?
Has anyone had any great experiences with Meyer equipment?
I doubt many people could tell the difference between a good JBL SRX rig and a Meyer.
Meyer speakers are hard to beat; however, I doubt many people could tell the difference between a good JBL SRX rig and a Meyer.If you are doing small to medium clubs, then I doubt many people could tell the difference between a JBL PRX and a Meyer rig.
I am just trying to figure out why SRX/PRX speakers are even being mentioned in a thread about Meyer boxes. That's like comparing apples to pizza.One of my most favorable gig's I mixed was a UPA1P rig and I loved the sound of it. Very clear, amost loud enough for the 500 people in attendance and NO ear fatigue. I have never hear an SRX rig sound nearly as good but I have heard SRX give me some serious ear fatigue. So let's compare something more appropriate like Nexo PS10/PS15 or L'Acoustics 108P/112P or other properly optimized speaker systems.
Well... I suppose it depends on what you intend to use the proposed gear for... If you want to spend your hard earned money on gear that is acceptable for any tech rider or Corpy producer....then, yeah... it's a good product and more than acceptable name. If you plan on purchasing the gear for kids birthday parties and donated charity gigs... it'll be more than adequate, but.... would you want to spend the money? If you are not wow'd by the Ujp-1...then, it wasn't being used in it's intended application or, there was either something wrong with the boxes or the signal driving it... If I'm not mistaken, those models have been around for a while, I'd look at possibly purchasing used... it's easier on the bank account, and easier to jusify for those small club gigs. Hammer
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