Meyer Sound Amie

Precision Studio Monitor

Description

Clarity and Translation You Can Trust

Flawless Translation Transforms a Creative Path

Amie unleashes your creative power by extending the accurate translation of the Meyer Sound Acheron screen channel loudspeakers to smaller studio environments.

Effortless Power and Precision

From the intricate details of dialog to dynamic music tracks and explosive action sequences, Amie reproduces it all with ease.

Phenomenal Imaging Brings Your Mix to Life

Developed to meet the demanding needs of audio professionals, Amie allows you to hear your work with unparalleled depth, precision, and presence.

A Reliable Partner

Postproduction professionals can count on Amie’s sonic transparency to deliver exceptional imaging and ultimate accuracy that translates easily to larger systems.

Wish List of Top Sound Designers in One Monitor

Give Your Creative Toolkit a Clarity Boost

Designed for linear reproduction, Amie’s exceptional imaging is a result of a near-perfect impulse response and ultra low distortion — reducing time for rework on larger systems, and minimizing engineers’ ear fatigue.

Small Footprint. Big Impact.

Amie’s impressive power-to-size ratio can make your edit room sound like the mixing stage.

Engineered for Linearity

Patented class-D amplifier provides incredible peak power and reduces distortion.

Flexibility and Durability Worthy of a First-class Loudspeaker

With Amie, Meyer Sound brings four decades of building reliable concert systems to studio monitoring, with varied mounting options for utmost flexibility.

POSTPRODUCTION STUDIOS

“Amie brings an incredibly smooth response across the spectrum. It is very accurate for dialogue EQ evaluation in postproduction and despite its light weight, it can handle as much power as I need even when monitoring very loud sequences. And most importantly, its translation is spot-on when I listen to my work in larger mix theaters including the Meyer Sound-equipped Wildfire South Stage”
Leslie Shatz Sound Designer and Re-Recording Mixer, Wildfire Post Studios