A New Breed of Stage Monitor
Three Choices for Your Particular Needs
Between the small footprint of the MJF-208, the balanced but potent MJF-210, or the powerful and accurate MJF-212A, your stage monitor requirements should be covered.
Ultra-low distortion gives vocals and instruments stunning accuracy, with low distortion and no signal coloration at high output levels and at low frequencies.
Enlarge the Artist’s Comfort Zone
Even vertical and horizontal coverage allows the performer to move freely while remaining in the sweet spot.
Superlative Sonic Capabilities
The MJF series boasts flat amplitude and phase responses, full-range bandwidth, and exceptional impulse response, along with Meyer Sound’s own Intelligent AC system for automatic voltage selection, EMI filtering, soft current turn-on, and surge suppression.
Built to Last, Inside and Out
All components are optimized to work seamlessly in a robust, reliable system that withstands the rigors of touring. Units have a durable finish, a protective metal grille, and protective bottom rubber strips.
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Three Choices for Sonic Excellence
MJF-208: Powerful, Portable, Petite
Constructed of premium birch plywood, the durable enclosure is coated with a black textured, hard-shell finish.
MJF-210: Balance of Power and Size
A perfect balance of potent power, remarkable fidelity, small footprint, and minimal weight gives life to a high-performance monitor that meets the most rigorous demands of live production.
MJF-212A: High-power Stage Monitor
The MJF-212A reaches uncharted levels of onstage headroom and accuracy, moving lots of air with astounding clarity, particularly helpful in high-level drum monitoring and other applications with extreme output demands.
Meyer Sound’s self-powered systems eliminate the variables of different amps, making it easier for engineers to put the artist at ease and achieve a consistent mix show after show. The optional MDM-832 distribution module provides a dependable and convenient way to route AC power, audio, and RMS signals.