Video: Blackhawk Audio Unveils New Meyer Sound LEO at Beach Festival

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At the ultimate beach party in Florida, DeLuna FestBlackhawk Audio demonstrated how its brand new Meyer Sound LEO system delivered what it was built for: to carry a whole new level of musical fidelity and impact for long distances.

Featuring Clint Aull, production manager of DeLuna, and Rick Shimer and Jamie Nixon of Nashville-based Blackhawk Audio, this first LEO video explains the linearity philosophy behind LEO, and how LEO has raised the bar for large-scale sound reinforcement.

The LEO system at DeLuna included the LEO-M line array loudspeaker, MICA line array loudspeaker, 1100-LFC low-frequency control element, and the Galileo Callisto loudspeaker management system. Artists who played on the LEO system included Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Zac Brown Band, The Gaslight Anthem, The Joy Formidable, Fitz and The Tantrums, and The Wallflowers.

"No matter where you went, the LEO was in your face. The fidelity of the system is just incredible." – Jamie Nixon, Blackhawk Audio

Learn more about the Meyer Sound LEO at www.meyersound.com/leo.

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