With two recent award wins, the Meyer Sound LEOPARD linear sound reinforcement system has garnered four total awards since debuting this past April. A Constellation acoustic system installed in Clinton Frame Mennonite Church in Goshen, Ind., has also recently won an industry award for its role in revitalizing the congregation.
Voters chose LEOPARD for a Sound & Video Contractor Innovative Product Award, while a panel of judges chose LEOPARD for a Worship Facilities New Product Award for Best Large-Format Loudspeaker. Designed to create an exceptional listening experience across a variety of applications from rental to install, the LEOPARD line array loudspeaker and its accompanying 900-LFC low-frequency control element are the smallest and most versatile members of the flagship LEO Family.
In addition, a Constellation system installed at Clinton Frame Mennonite Church has won a Worship Facilities Solomon Award for Design and Installation of a Church AV System. The system's selectable acoustic presets have revived the exhilarating power of congregational singing in the church, immersing congregants in their environment and helping to restore the sense of a unified worshipping community. All components were provided and installed by Fort Wayne, Ind.-based CSD Group.
See the Sound & Video Contractor Innovative Product Award winners here.
See the Worship Facilities New Product Award winners here.
See the Worship Facilities Solomon Award winners here.