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Hear Meyer Sound's Acoustic Constellation System at InfoComm 2010

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Experience the Constellation acoustic system on the Meyer Sound booth C6519, where saxophonist Sarah Underwood will demonstrate the system's ability to recreate the acoustical envirnoments of every venue from a small theatre to an immensive concert hall.

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