Supercharged Bass for Mid-Size Venues
Meyer Sound 900-LFC
BRING LOW END TO LIFE
The 900-LFC Low-Frequency Control Element extends the response of mid-sized P.A. systems to 35 Hz, revealing the nuances of your mix, down to the deepest bass with total accuracy.
SCALABLE AND VERSATILE
Take advantage of the linearity and fidelity of the flagship 1100‑LFC, in a smaller, lighter package that’s ideal for scalable systems. Whether you’re in a club, theatre, theme park, or on tour, the 900-LFC delivers breathtaking bass, from the front row to the back of the house.
POWER AND PUNCH
Crank it up with confidence: The 900-LFC’s ultra-efficient Class-D amplifier delivers high peak power with minimal distortion, for the utmost clarity and crisp transients at any volume level.
TOTAL RIGGING FLEXIBILITY
Hassle-free hardware options, including QuickFly rigging, give you complete coverage control. Use multipurpose grid kits to fly or ground-stack boxes, in standard or cardioid orientation, and in curvilinear or line arrays. Fly the 900-LFC alone or with LEOPARD, or integrate with ULTRA Series loudspeakers using its built-in pole-mount receptacle.
Big System Sound, Smart System Management
A PARTNER FOR ANY P.A.
The 900-LFC’s active design means no struggling with amp racks, long cable runs, or gain and crossover calibration—saving you time and money with every load-in and teardown.
RUGGED AND ROADWORTHY
The 900-LFC is built tour-tough with a durable multi-ply hardwood cabinet, hex-stamped steel grille, protective plastic skids, and weather-protection options. An optional caster frame lets you securely transport stacks of three.
A SYSTEM AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Fine-tune the 900-LFC’s performance with pinpoint accuracy, using Meyer Sound’s powerful software options: Optimize system design with MAPP 3D system design and prediction tool, Galileo GALAXY loudspeaker management, and monitor in real time with RMS remote monitoring.
OPEN-AIR FILM FESTIVALS
Mark OppedijkAukes Theatertechniek (Openlucht Film Festival, Netherlands)
Mick PotterSound Designer, School of Rock (London)
Björn WiesehöferSystems Engineer, Contour (Moers Festival, Germany)
PERFORMING ART CENTERS
Andrew DubowskiOperations Director, San Francisco Symphony