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Meyer Sound MM-4 Operating instructions
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INDUST RIA L SER IES
MM-4 Miniature Wide-Range Loudspeaker
MM-4CEU Control Electronics Unit
Keep these important operating instructions.
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Declaration of Conformity According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Supplementary Information
Manufacturer's Name:
Meyer Sound Laboratories Inc.
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low
Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
Manufacturer's Address:
2832 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, California 94702-2204, USA
Office of Quality Manager
Berkeley, California USA
March 27, 2003
declares that the product
Product Name: MM-4CEU
Product Options: All
conforms to the following Product Specifications
Safety: EN 60065: 2002
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EMC:
EN55103-1: 1997 emission
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EN55103-2: 1997 immunity
This device also complies with EN 55103-1 & -2.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
European Contact: Your local Meyer Sound dealer or Meyer Sound
Germany, GmbH.
Environmental specifications for Meyer Sound Electronics products
Operating Temperature:
0˚ C to + 45˚ C
Nonoperating Temperature:
<-40˚ C or > +75˚ C
Humidity:
to 95% at 35˚C
Operating Altitude:
to 4600 m (15,000 ft)
Nonoperating Altitude:
to 6300 m (25,000 ft)
Shock:30g 11 msec half-sine on
each of 6 sides
Vibration:10 Hz to 55 Hz (0.010 m
peak-to-peak excursion)
MM-4CEU
MM-4CEU
UL Listed Loudspeakers for Fire-protective Signaling Systems:
• Model MM-4 EN3, suitable for indoor/outdoor/wet use.
UL Listed General Signaling Equipment:
• Model MM-4 Phoenix, suitable for indoor/dry use and for
use in air handling and plenum spaces.
• Model MM-4 EN3, suitable for outdoor/wet use and for use
in air handling and plenum spaces.
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Dangerous voltages: risk of
electric shock
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instructions
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Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this loudspeaker near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install
in accordance with Meyer Sound's installation
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus that produce
heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the groundingtype plug. A grounding-type plug has two blades and
a third grounding prong. The third prong is provided
for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of
the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
loudspeaker. The AC mains plug or appliance coupler
shall remain readily accessible for operation.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by Meyer
Sound.
12.Use only with the caster rails or rigging specified by
Meyer Sound, or sold with the loudspeaker. Handles
are for carrying only.
13.Unplug this loudspeaker during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the loudspeaker has been
damaged in any way, such as when the power-supply
cord or plug has been damaged; liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the loudspeaker;
rain or moisture has entered the loudspeaker;
the loudspeaker has been dropped; or, when for
undetermined reasons, the loudspeaker does not
operate normally.
Caution: To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not expose this loudspeaker
to rain or moisture. Do not install the loudspeaker
in wet or humid locations without using weather
protection equipment from Meyer Sound.
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Safety Summary
English
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To reduce the risk of electric
shock, disconnect the loudspeaker
from the AC mains before installing
audio cable. Reconnect the power
cord only after making all signal
connections.
Connect the loudspeaker to a
two-pole, three-wire grounding
mains receptacle. The receptacle
must be connected to a fuse or
circuit breaker. Connection to any
other type of receptacle poses a
shock hazard and may violate local
electrical codes.
Do not install the loudspeaker
in wet or humid locations
without using weather protection
equipment from Meyer Sound.
Do not allow water or any
foreign object to get inside the
loudspeaker. Do not put objects
containing liquid on or near the
unit.
To reduce the risk of overheating
the loudspeaker, avoid exposing it
to direct sunlight. Do not install the
unit near heat-emitting appliances,
such as a room heater or stove.
This loudspeaker contains
potentially hazardous voltages. Do
not attempt to disassemble the
unit. The unit contains no userserviceable parts. Repairs should
be performed only by factorytrained service personnel.
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Pour réduire le risque
d’électrocution, débrancher
la prise principale de l’hautparleur, avant d’installer le câble
d’interface allant à l’audio. Ne
rebrancher le bloc d’alimentation
qu’après avoir effectué toutes les
connections.
Branchez l’haut-parleur dans une
prise de courant à 3 dérivations
(deux pôles et la terre). Cette
prise doit être munie d’une
protection adéquate (fusible ou
coupe-circuit). Le branchement
dans tout autre genre de prise
pourrait entraîner un risque
d’électrocution et peut constituer
une infraction à la réglementation
locale concernant les installations
électriques.
Ne pas installer l’haut-parleur dans
un endroit où il y a de l’eau ou une
humidité excessive.
Ne pas laisser de l’eau ou tout
objet pénétrer dans l’haut-parleur.
Ne pas placer de r´cipients
contenant un liquide sur cet
appareil, ni à proximité de celui-ci.
Pour éviter une surchauffe de
l’haut-parleur, conserver-la à
l’abri du soleil. Ne pas installer à
proximité d’appareils dégageant
de la chaleur tels que radiateurs
ou appareils de chauffage.
Ce haut-parleur contient des
circuits haute tension présentant
un danger. Ne jamais essayer
de le démonter. Il n’y a aucun
composant qui puisse être
réparé par l’utilisateur. Toutes les
réparations doivent être effectuées
par du personnel qualifié et agréé
par le constructeur.
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Um die Gefahr eines elektrischen
Schlages auf ein Minimum zu
reduzieren, den Lautsprecher
vom Stromnetz trennen, bevor
ggf. ein Audio-Schnittstellensign
alkabel angeschlossen wird. Das
Netzkabel erst nach Herstellung
aller Signalverbindungen wieder
einstecken.
Der Lautsprecher an eine
geerdete zweipolige DreiphasenNetzsteckdose anschließen.
Die Steckdose muß mit einem
geeigneten Abzweigschutz
(Sicherung oder Leistungsschalter)
verbunden sein. Der Anschluß
der unterbrechungsfreien
Stromversorgung an einen
anderen Steckdosentyp kann
zu Stromschlägen führen und
gegen die örtlichen Vorschriften
verstoßen.
Der Lautsprecher nicht an einem
Ort aufstellen, an dem sie mit
Wasser oder übermäßig hoher
Luftfeuchtigkeit in Berührung
kommen könnte.
Darauf achten, daß weder
Wasser noch Fremdkörper in
das Innere den Lautsprecher
eindringen. Keine Objekte, die
Flüssigkeit enthalten, auf oder
neben die unterbrechungsfreie
Stromversorgung stellen.
Um ein Überhitzen dem
Lautsprecher zu verhindern,
das Gerät vor direkter
Sonneneinstrahlung fernhalten
und nicht in der Nähe von
wärmeabstrahlenden
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Haushaltsgeräten (z.B. Heizgerät
oder Herd) aufstellen.
Im Inneren diesem Lautsprecher
herr-schen potentiell gefährliche
Spannungen. Nicht versuchen,
das Gerät zu öffnen. Es
enthält keine vom Benutzer
reparierbaren Teile. Reparaturen
dürfen nur von ausgebildetem
Kundenienstpersonal durchgeführt
werden.
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Para reducir el riesgo de descarga
eléctrica, desconecte de la red
de voltaje el altoparlante antes de
instalar el cable de señal de audio.
Vuelva a conectar la alimentacion
de voltaje una vez efectuadas
todas las interconexiones de
señalizacion de audio.
Conecte el altoparlante a un
tomacorriente bipolar y trifilar
con neutro de puesta a tierra.
El tomacorriente debe estar
conectado a la protección de
derivación apropiada (ya sea
un fusible o un disyuntor). La
conexión a cualquier otro tipo de
tomacorriente puede constituir
peligro de descarga eléctrica
y violar los códigos eléctricos
locales.
No instale el altoparlante en
lugares donde haya agua o
humedad excesiva.
No deje que en el altoparlante
entre agua ni ningún objeto
extraño. No ponga objetos con
líquidos encima de la unidad ni
cerca de ella.
Para reducir el riesgo de
sobrecalentamiento, no exponga
la unidad a los rayos directos del
sol ni la instale cerca de artefactos
que emiten calor, como estufas o
cocinas.
Este altoparlante contiene
niveles de voltaje peligrosos en
potencia. No intente desarmar la
unidad, pues no contiene piezas
que puedan ser repardas por el
usuario. Las reparaciones deben
efectuarse únicamente por parte
del personal de mantenimiento
capacitado en la fábrica.
Contents
Introduction
The MM-4 Miniature Wide-Range Loudspeaker
The MM-4CEU Control Electronics Unit (Required)
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Chapter 1: Installing the MM-4 Loudspeaker
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Using the MUB-MM4 U-Bracket
Using the MFMA-MM4 Adapter
Loudspeaker Connections
Standard Connector
Weather-Protected Connector
Effect of Cable Resistance on System Performance
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Chapter 2: The MM-4CEU Control Electronics Unit
Frequency and Phase Response Correction
Driver Protection
AC Power
Safety Issues
Line Level Inputs
Line Level Outputs
SpeakerSense Inputs
MM-4CEU/MM-4 Connection Diagram
Chapter 3: Choosing a Power Amplifier
Gain
Protection Circuitry
Electrical Characteristics
Power Supply
About Bridging
Controlling Zone Levels
Equalization
Chapter 4: System Design and Optimization Tools
Meyer Sound MAPP Online Pro™
SIM® 3 Measurement System
Source Independent Measurement Technique
Applications
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Appendix A: MM-4 Weather Protected Cable Assembly Procedure
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Appendix B: MM-4 Specifications
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Appendix C: MM-4CEU Specifications
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Appendix D: MM-4 EN3 Fire Alarm Signaling Specifications
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
As you read this manual, you’ll find figures and diagrams
to help you understand and visualize what you’re reading.
You’ll also find numerous icons that serve as cues to flag
important information or warn you against improper or
potentially harmful activities. These icons include:
A NOTE identifies an important or useful
piece of information relating to the topic
under discussion.
A Tip offers a helpful tip relevant to the topic
at hand.
A Caution gives notice that an action can
! have serious consequences and could cause
harm to equipment or personnel, delays, or other
problems.
The MM-4 miniature Wide-Range
Loudspeaker
The MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeaker (Figure i.1)
is a very compact loudspeaker for high-quality distributed
system applications. In contrast to conventional low power
70-volt transformer based systems, the MM-4 can produce
wide-range high sound pressure levels while dramatically
reducing distortion and easing installation requirements.
The MM-4 consists of a single 4-inch cone driver with a 16ohm voice coil mounted in a sealed enclosure. Connecting
directly to your amplifier, the MM-4 draws 150 watts peak
from the line to produce 112.5 dB peak SPL. Typically, with
four MM-4 loudspeakers connected in parallel on the line,
the system requires a direct drive power amplifier capable
of 600 watts continuous output (49 volts rms) into 4 ohms.
The MM-4’s enclosure comes standard with a paintable
black anodized finish. The enclosure acts as a sink to
dissipate heat from the driver voice coil, and is fitted with a
perforated steel grille.
NOTE: The MM-4 can be ordered custompainted in any color to match your décor.
A looping, sealed EN3 connector is available for outdoor
installations, as well as a Phoenix-style keyed connector for
indoor systems.
The MM-4CEU Control Electronics Unit
(required)
A two-channel, single rack unit, the MM-4CEU control
electronics unit (Figure i.2) provides the required frequency
and phase response correction circuitry tailored to the
MM-4 loudspeaker. Through a SpeakerSense™ connection
to the power amplifier output, the MM-4CEU continuously
monitors the power applied to the drivers, activating integral
peak and RMS limiters to protect against over-excursion
and overheating.
When several amplifiers are used in a system, the
MM‑4CEU’s SpeakerSense connection works by utilizing
Meyer Sound’s MultiSense™ technology, allowing each
channel to:
 Drive multiple amplifiers
 Monitor two amplifier channels at once
 Activate protection circuits based on the amplifier
channel with the highest signal level
Figure i.1. MM-4 miniature wide-range loudspeaker
MultiSense allows the levels of individual zones to be
adjusted using the power amplifier’s attenuators while
still giving protection to all the loudspeakers on the
same MM‑4CEU channel. Typically, each channel of
the MM‑4CEU can drive 12 or more amplifier channels
depending on the input impedance of the amplifier.
Figure i.2. The MM-4CEU front panel
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INTRODUCTION
The MM-4CEU is specifically designed and required for
use in an MM-4 loudspeaker system. In conjunction with
professional grade amplifiers, the MM-4CEU protects your
MM-4 loudspeakers against damaging overload conditions,
while ensuring that they meet their published specifications.
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CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 1: Installing The MM-4 Loudspeaker
The following MM-4 mounting options accoommodate a
variety of different installation requirements:
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The MUB-MM4 U-bracket, which allows the MM-4 to
be mounted on virtually any flat surface and enables
you to change the angle of the MM-4 with respect to
the mounting surface.
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The MFMA-MM4 flush mount adapter, which fits
standard 8-inch loudspeaker bezels, for flush-mounting
ceiling or in-wall applications.
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Using THE MFMA-MM4 ADAPTER
The optional MFMA-MM4 flush mount adapter allows
the MM-4 to be used with virtually any ceiling or in-wall
flush-mount bezel designed to house an 8-inch cone
loudspeaker. The kit includes two L-brackets that fit the
bezel’s stud pattern, a grille mask, and associated hardware
(Figure 1.2).
Caution: Do not use the Fire Signaling
MM-4 in air handling spaces.
Using the MUB-MM4 U-Bracket
The optional MUB-MM4 U-bracket mounts to the two
threaded inserts in the MM-4 enclosure sides. It uses two
1/2" long 3/8"-16 stainless steel machine screws, two 1"
rubber washers, two 1" metal washers, and neoprene strips
attached to the interior to the U-bracket (Figure 1.1).
Figure 1.2. Installing the MM-4 into the MFMA-MM4 flush mount adapter
To install the MM-4 into the MFMA-MM4 flush mount
adapter:
1. Gently slide the loudspeaker into the adapter’s housing,
seating its sides against the attached neoprene strips.
2. Line up the threaded inserts on the loudspeaker with
the long guide hole on the housing.
3. Fasten adapter to loudspeaker using two 1/2" x 3/8"-16
machine screws, ensuring that the 1" rubber washers
touch the adapter housing and the 1" metal washers
support the machine screws.
4. Tighten the machine screws to secure the loudspeaker
to the adapter. Do not over-tighten.
Figure 1.1. Installing the MM-4 into the optional MUB-MM4 U-Bracket
To install the MM-4 into the MUB-MM4 b-Bracket:
1. Gently slide the loudspeaker into the bracket, seating
its sides against the attached neoprene strips.
2. Line up the threaded inserts on the loudspeaker
near the top of the long guide hole on the bracket for
maximum tilting flexibility.
3. Fasten bracket to loudspeaker using two 1/2" x 3/8"-16
machine screws, ensuring that the 1" rubber washers
touch the bracket and the 1" metal washers support the
machine screws.
4. Half-tighten the machine screws to the bracket, set
the angle of the loudspeaker, then tighten the machine
screws further to secure the loudspeaker to the bracket.
Do not over-tighten.
LoudSpeaker Connections
To realize the full capabilities of the MM-4, each loudspeaker
must be fed with voltage swings up to 49 volts rms (70
volts peak) from the amplifier driving the line, with all
loudspeakers in the line connected in parallel. In distributed
systems, a line with four to eight loudspeakers connected in
parallel is typically driven with one amplifier channel.
Caution: The total load of the MM-4
loudspeakers connected in parallel should
not be lower than the minimum allowable load of the
amplifier. Otherwise, damage to the amplifier and
loudspeakers may result.
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CHAPTER 1
Standard Connector
TIP: The chassis-mount EN3 connectors on
the MM-4 rear panel are fitted with captive
plastic caps. If you are not using the second
connector for looping, use the cap to seal it against
moisture invasion.
A Phoenix-style keyed connector is fitted to the indoor
version of the MM-4 (Figure 1.3). The connector is wired
with the left terminal as negative (-) and the right terminal
as positive (+), when viewing the loudspeaker from the rear.
The Phoenix cable mount connector accepts conductors up
to 12 AWG (American Wire Gauge) or 2.5 mm2.
Effect of Cable Resistance on System
Performance
When specifying loudspeaker cable for an MM-4 installation,
it is important to take into account the total (loop) conductor
resistance, since this can affect both peak SPL capability
and, at the extreme, system frequency response.
As a rule, MM-4 systems will exhibit 1/2 dB peak SPL loss
for every ohm of total loop wiring resistance. Accordingly,
12 ohms of cable resistance will result in a 6 dB peak SPL
loss. MM-4 systems can tolerate up to 20 ohms total cable
resistance before the frequency response is affected.
Figure 1.3. Rear panel of the indoor version of the MM-4
TIP: It is possible to loop several MM-4 loudspeakers together using two wires connected
to each terminal of the connector.
Weather-Protected Connector
Sealed EN3 connectors are fitted to the weather-protected,
outdoor version of the MM-4. In addition to a dedicated
input connector, a loop out connector is provided for looping
several MM-4 loudspeakers. The input connector is wired
with the left terminal as negative (-) and the right terminal
as positive (+), when viewing the loudspeaker from the
rear (Figure 1.4). The EN3 cable mount connector accepts
conductors up to 16 AWG (1.5 mm2) and an outside jacket
diameter of 0.265 inches (6.73 mm).
You may want to keep the loop resistance of an MM-4
system below 1 ohm to avoid loss of peak SPL capability.
Tables 1.1 and 1.2 give resistance (in ohms) per 1000 feet
and kilometers, respectively, per conductor for standard
AWG and metric wire gauges. For total resistance, multiply
the length of the cable by two (two conductors).
Table 1.1 AWG Wire Resistance for Various Gauges
Cable Gauge (AWG)
Resistance (Ω/1000 ft)
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17.5
20
10.9
18
6.92
16
4.35
14
2.73
12
1.71
10
1.08
Table 1.2 Metric Wire Resistance for Various Gauges
Figure 1.4. Rear panel of the weather-protected version of the MM-4
NOTE: The EN3 displays a small dot just
above Pin 1, the negative terminal. See
Appendix A for more information on wiring.
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Cable Gauge (mm2)
Resistance (Ω/km)
0.5
33.23
0.75
22.37
1
17.11
1.5
11.25
2.5
6.75
4
4.277
6
2.864
TIP: For very long runs, you can use a larger
cable for most of the length of the run, then
terminate with the appropriate gauge listed above
for the connector.
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 2: The MM-4CEU Control Electronics Unit
The MM-4CEU is a required component for every MM-4
installation. It performs a number of important signalprocessing functions to ensure that the MM-4 meets its
published specifications and is protected against damaging
overload conditions.
The MM-4CEU mounts in a standard 19-inch relay rack and
occupies a single rack space (1.75 inches). Each MM-4CEU
provides two channels of signal processing, both capable
of driving several amplifier channels and monitoring two
separate amplifier channels for protection (four amplifier
channels total per MM-4CEU). Each channel of the
MM‑4CEU features an independent signal level attenuator
and low cut switch.
NOTE: See Chapter 3, “Choosing a Power
Amplifier,” for important details about
choosing and configuring an amplifier for use with
the MM-4CEU.
Frequency and Phase Response
Correction
The MM-4CEU incorporates multiple-pole frequency
response equalization circuitry that is tailored specifically
to the MM-4 loudspeaker’s acoustical characteristics. This
circuitry assures that the MM-4’s response remains within
±4 dB from 160 Hz to 16 kHz (free field). Integral phase
response correction circuits maintain a system phase
response of ±45° from 700 Hz to 17 kHz.
The MM-4CEU also provides an independent frontpanel low-cut switch for each signal channel. This switch
introduces a high-pass function that can be used to
compensate for low-frequency boost due to half-space
loading in flush-mounted configurations. It can also
augment the MM-4 loudspeaker’s headroom when used
with a subwoofer for music reproduction.
NOTE: See the section “Equalization” in
Chapter 3, “Choosing a Power Amplifier,” for
more information on using the low-cut switch on the
MM-4CEU.
Driver Protection
The MM-4CEU features Meyer Sound’s SpeakerSense
driver protection circuitry. Through a connection back from
the power amplifier output, the MM-4CEU’s SpeakerSense
function monitors the continuous and peak power being
applied to the MM-4 drivers. Meyer Sound’s MultiSense
function then allows each MM-4CEU channel to monitor
two amplifier outputs, assuring that the protection circuits
are activated by the signal branch with the highest gain.
This allows the MM-4CEU to protect the MM-4 in the
following ways:
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When the continuous power exceeds the MM-4’s safe
limits, the MM-4CEU introduces an RMS limiter that
clamps the audio signal to protect the MM-4 driver from
damage due to overheating.
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When the peak power exceeds the MM-4’s safe limits,
the MM-4CEU introduces a fast-acting peak limiter to
clamp the signal level and protect the MM-4 driver from
excessive excursion.
The functions of the SpeakerSense circuitry are indicated
on the MM-4CEU front panel by the following LEDs on each
channel:
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Peak Limit — During peak limiting, the Peak Limit LED
glows yellow.
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RMS Limit — During RMS limiting, the RMS Limit LED
glows yellow.
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Sense — When sensing, the MM-4CEU may display
one of two LED colors:
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When the signal is sensed back through the
SpeakerSense connection, the LED glows green.
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When the gain of the amplifier is below 10 dB or
above 30 dB, the LED flashes red, indicating that
the protection will not work properly.
When a channel returns to normal, limiting ceases. The
LED for that channel is inactive, indicating MM-4CEU is not
currently limiting.
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CHAPTER 2
AC Power
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Do not use a ground-lifting adapter or cut the AC cable
ground pin.
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Keep all liquids away from the MM-4CEU to avoid
hazards from electrical shock.
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Do not operate the unit if the power cables are frayed or
broken.
The MM-4CEU accommodates international power
standards in two ranges: 90 to 130 V AC and 180 to 260 V
AC, 50/60 Hz. A rear-panel switch selects between the two.
CAUTION: Be sure to select the correct
range for your local power standard before
connecting and operating the MM-4CEU.
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Use the AC cable wiring diagram, illustrated in Figure 2.1, to
create international or special-purpose power connectors:
blue =
neutral
brown = hot
yellow/green =
earth ground
(chassis)
Figure 2.1. AC cable color codes
If the colors referred to in the diagram don’t correspond to
the terminals in your plug, use the following guidelines:
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Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked with an N
or colored black.
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Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked with an
L or colored red.
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Connect the green and yellow wire to the terminal
marked with an E or colored green (or green and
yellow).
Safety Issues
Pay close attention to these important electrical and safety
issues.
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The MM-4CEU requires a grounded outlet.
Earth ground
Chassis ground
Line Level Inputs
Each MM-4CEU input presents a 10 kOhms balanced
impedance to a three-pin XLR female connector wired as
follows:
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Pin 1 — 11 kΩ to chassis and earth ground (ESD
clamped)
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Pin 2 — Signal +
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Pin 3 — Signal -

Case — Earth (AC) ground and chassis
NOTE: Pins 2 and 3 are differentially
balanced, so the polarity applied to the input
XLR connectors on the MM-4CEU will be replicated
on the output XLR connectors. Amplifier XLR
polarity, along with its output wiring, will determine
the polarity of the entire system.
Use standard audio cables with XLR connectors for
balanced signal sources. Telescopic grounding (Pin 1
disconnected on one end) is not recommended.
A single source can drive multiple MM-4CEUs with
paralleled inputs. To avoid distortion from the source,
make sure the source equipment provides an adequate
drive circuit design for the total paralleled load impedance
presented by the paralelled processors. The input
impedance for a single MM-4CEU is 10 kOhms: if n
represents the number of MM-4CEUs, paralleling the inputs
of n MM-4CEUs loudspeakers will produce a balanced
input load of 10 kOhms divided by n.
For example, cascading an array of 10 MM-4CEUs
produces an input impedance of 1000 ohms (10 kOhms
divided by 10), indicating that the source equipment should
have an output impedance of 100 ohms or less.
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NOTE: Most source equipment is safe for
driving loads no smaller than 10 times the
source’s output impedance.
For source equipment with driving capability of 600 ohms,
16 MM-4CEUs could be safely driven in parallel (10 kOhms
divided by 16 equals 625).
CAUTION: Shorting any input connector pin
to the chassis can create a ground loop and
cause hum.
!
TIP: If abnormal noise (hum, hiss, popping) is
produced from the loudspeaker, disconnect
the audio source from the MM-4CEU. If the noise
stops, the problem is not with the MM-4CEU; check
the audio input and AC power.
SpeakerSense Inputs
For each MM-4CEU channel, connect a cable from the
amplifier output to the corresponding SpeakerSense
input. If you are driving multiple amplifier channels from a
single MM-4CEU output and using MultiSense, connect
the two amplifier output channels with the highest gain
(not to exceed 30 dB of amplification gain) to a separate,
corresponding SpeakerSense input.
CAUTION: When using MultiSense, make
sure the two amplifier channels with the
highest gains are the ones connected to each of the
MM-4CEU's two SpeakerSense inputs.
!
CAUTION: When using MultiSense, both
amplifier outputs MUST be connected with
the same polarity. Observe the polarity labels on the
MM-4CEU rear panel.
!
Line Level Outputs
The MM-4CEU features push-pull outputs capable of
driving 600 ohms and using three-pin XLR male connectors
wired as follows:

Pin 1 — Earth ground/chassis

Pin 2 — Signal +

Pin 3 — Signal -
MM-4CEU/MM-4 Connection Diagram
Figure 2.2 on the following page illustrates a typical
MM‑4CEU connection using four 2-channel amplifiers and
32 MM-4 loudspeakers.
NOTE: The MM-4CEU is a balanced passthrough device (balanced signal in - balanced
signal out) and therefore has no effect on the
polarity of the signal it receives. Amplifier XLR
polarity, along with its output wiring, will determine
the polarity of the entire system.
Use standard audio cables with XLR connectors for
driving balanced signal inputs. Telescopic grounding (pin
1 disconnected on one end) is not recommended. Each
MM-4CEU output can drive multiple power amplifier
signal inputs in parallel, to a minimum load impedance of
600 ohms. Refer to your power amplifier specifications
to determine input impedance and calculate the net
impedance of multiple paralleled amplifier inputs. For
example, one channel of a MM-4CEU could drive 20
amplifier channels with 12 kOhms input impedance (600
ohms total impedance).
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NOTE: Amplifiers #1 and #2 are the
amplifiers with the highest gain.
Channel 2 SpeakerSense
Channel 1 SpeakerSense
Figure 2.2. Connecting the MM-4CEU control electronics unit
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CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 3: Choosing a Power Amplifier
The MM-4 is designed for high-quality distributed sound
systems. To realize the MM-4’s full capabilities, a directdrive power amplifier capable of 49 volts rms (70 volts
peak) at the rated load impedance presented by the line
configuration is required. The MM-4 presents a nominal
load of 16 ohms, and each unit must be wired in parallel
with the line. As shown in Table 3.1, the number of MM‑4
loudspeakers on a given signal branch can be used to
determine the required power rating for the corresponding
amplifier.
NOTE: Some manufacturers express the gain
of their amplifiers in voltage gain as a factor
instead of gain in dB. To covert the voltage gain in
dB, use the following equation:
Gain (in dB) = 20 Log (Voltage Gain)
For example, a voltage gain of "x20" equates to
26 dB of gain.
Protection Circuitry
Table 3.1 Amplifier Power
Number of MM-4 Loudspeakers
Continuous Power Rating
1 (16 Ω load)
150 W
2 (8 Ω load)
300 W
3 (5.3 Ω load)
450 W
4 (4 Ω load)
600 W
8 (2 Ω load)
1200 W
CAUTION: The total load of the MM-4
loudspeakers connected in parallel should
not be lower than the minimum allowable load of the
amplifier. Otherwise, damage to the amplifier and
loudspeakers may result.
!
The following sections discuss important criteria for
choosing and configuring power amplifiers for use with an
MM-4 and MM-4CEU distributed system.
Gain
The gain setting of the power amplifier is crucial to
system performance: if the gain is set too low, “upstream”
equipment may clip before the amplifier reaches full power.
Conversely, if the gain is set too high, not only will system
noise increase, the amplifier is capable of overcoming
the MM-4CEU’s protection circuits and may damage the
loudspeakers.
The MM-4CEU is designed to work with amplifiers having
gain of between 10 dB and 30 dB.
NOTE: The optimal amplifier gain setting for
the MM-4CEU is 20 dB.
The gain of an amplifier can be measured with an rms volt
meter by feeding the amplifier with a tone generator at
1 kHz and measuring the input voltage going in (V in) and
the voltage delivered at the output (V out) and applying the
following expression:
Avoid amplifiers with extra “sensing” connections for load
protection; the MM-4CEU incorporates all the protection
circuitry necessary for reliable performance. A basic,
reliable, professional grade amplifier is all that is required.
The amplifier must be AC coupled to the load (i.e. protected
from producing DC at its output). The MM-4 is directly
coupled to the distribution line, and any significant DC
voltage on the line may damage the driver. A relay or
crowbar circuit to open or short the amplifier output in fault
conditions are preferred.
Electrical Characteristics
Slew rate should be at least 10 volts/microsecond; 30 volts/
microsecond or better is preferred.
The amplifier must be stable under all load conditions
— shorted, open, inductive or capacitive. Hum and noise
should be such that when the amplifier input is shorted,
noise from the loudspeaker is indiscernible. Distortion (THD
or IM) should be equal to or better than 0.01 percent.
Balanced inputs are required. Input connectors should be
XLR-type (preferred) or TRS (tip, ring, sleeve) type 1/4-inch
phone female connectors.
The MM-4CEU is a balanced pass-through device
(balanced signal in - balanced signal out) and therefore has
no effect on the polarity of the signal it receives. Amplifier
XLR polarity, along with its output wiring, will determine the
polarity of the entire system. For example, an amplifier with
input as Pin 2 (+) and Pin 3 (-) on the XLR connector, with
the output terminal (+) of the amplifier connected to the
terminal (+) of the MM4 loudspeaker connector, will produce
a positive pressure pulse when a positive voltage pulse is
applied to Pin 2 of the MM-4CEU input XLR.
Gain (in dB) = 20 Log (V out / V in)
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Power Supply
Some amplifiers are designed so that the internal power
supply rails sag as the load current increases. While the
amplifier’s rated continuous output at a given load may
appear high, its peak output voltage varies with the load
impedance. Because a loudspeaker’s impedance changes
with frequency, such an amplifier will clip prematurely at
low points in the loudspeaker’s impedance curve, and may
deliver too high a voltage at high impedance points. Both
possibilities are potentially damaging to the loudspeaker.
A “stiff” power supply therefore assures the best
performance. One indicator of a stiff supply is that the
amplifier’s wattage rating doubles each time the load
impedance is halved (as shown in Table 3.1). An amplifier’s
supply is sufficiently stiff for the MM-4 if its no-load peak
output (at clipping) drops no more than 5 volts when the
amplifier is connected to an 8-ohm load.
About Bridging
When a power amplifier operates in bridged mode, the
polarity of one output is reversed with respect to the other
output, and both are fed the same input signal. The load
is connected between the channel 1 and channel 2 “hot”
terminals.
If you wish to use bridged amplifiers in your MM-4 system,
check your amplifier’s documentation to make sure which
input is used for signal, and which is the + output terminal
(positive voltage out for positive input voltage applied).
CAUTION: In bridged mode, an amplifier's
minimum allowable load is twice that of each
output in dual channel configuration. For example,
if an amplifier is rated for a 4-ohm load, then the
minimum in bridged mode should be 8 ohms.
Trying to drive a 4-ohm load with such an amplifier
in bridged mode will cause “current clipping” and
could damage the loudspeakers.
!
Controlling Zone Levels
In a typical MM-4 distributed installation, there are two
options for adjusting the level in a coverage zone:
1. The corresponding MM-4CEU “Attn dB” control
(input attenuation), which will adjust the level of all the
amplifiers fed by that channel of the processor
2. The corresponding amplifier channel attenuators, which
will adjust the level of all the loudspeakers fed by that
amplifier channel
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With the amplifier attenuators set to maximum (making sure
the gain does not exceed 30 dB), first use the MM-4CEU
level controls to set zone levels. Where a single MM-4CEU
channel controls several zones (using MultiSense), use the
individual amplifier channel attenuators to adjust individual
zones.
CAUTION: When using multiple amplifiers
and if adjustments are made on the amplifier
channels, make sure that the two amplifier channels
with the highest gains are the ones connected to
each of the MM-4CEU's two SpeakerSense inputs.
!
Equalization
For best results, Meyer Sound's Galileo 408 or Galileo 616
are recommended; for high-resolution measurement
(strongly recommended), the preferred tool is Meyer
Sound’s SIM®. Equalize zones individually, where adjacent
zones overlap significantly (which is not normally preferred
in distributed systems), checking the overlap zone and
adjusting as necessary to provide the smoothest transition
between zones.
When the MM-4 is mounted against a wall surface or in
a flush-mounting bezel, half-space loading may cause
low-frequency extension and boost. In voice-only paging
systems, low-frequency boost is to be avoided, since it
can harm intelligibility. Use the MM-4CEU Lo-Cut switch to
compensate for half-space loading effects.
The Lo-Cut switch may also be used to increase headroom
when the MM-4 is used with subwoofers for music
reinforcement. Consult your subwoofer’s documentation for
detailed information about crossover optimization.
TIP: Systems with subwoofers will almost
always require high-resolution measurement
and equalization to achieve the best results,
because low frequencies are most affected by
boundary conditions and localized acoustic
phenomena such as resonance.
CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 4: System design and Integration tools
Meyer Sound offers two comprehensive tools to assist you
with the acoustical and functional requirements of system
design and optimization. This chapter introduces you to
MAPP Online Pro, Meyer Sound’s powerful online acoustical
prediction tool, and SIM 3, a robust instrumentation package
for system measurement, analysis, and more.
MEYER SOUND MAPP ONLINE PRO
Based on a patented method, MAPP Online Pro is a
powerful, cross-platform, Java-based application for
accurately predicting the coverage pattern, frequency
response, impulse response, and maximum SPL output of
single or arrayed Meyer Sound loudspeakers.
NOTE: To use MAPP Online Pro, you will
need to register by clicking the “Apply for
MAPP Online Pro” button on the Web page listed
previously, or the “MAPP Online Pro” button on
www.meyersound.com. After registration and upon
approval, an email will be sent to you with a user
name and password along with the URL where you
can download MAPP Online Pro. Online instructions
will guide you through the download and setup
process.
When a prediction is requested, data are sent over the
Internet to a high-powered server at Meyer Sound running
a sophisticated acoustical prediction
algorithm using high-resolution,
complex (magnitude and phase)
polar data. Predicted responses
are returned over the Internet and
displayed on the local computer in
color.
With MAPP Online Pro, you can:
 Run multiple “what if” scenarios
in minutes to refine your system
design for best coverage of the
intended audience area
 Clearly see interactions among
loudspeakers to help minimize
destructive interference by
re-aiming the loudspeakers or
adjusting the position
Figure 4.1. MAPP Online Pro is an intuitive, powerful system design tool
Residing on the user’s local computer, the Java client
application facilitates configuring arrays of a wide variety
of Meyer Sound products and, optionally, defining the
environment in which they will operate, including air
temperature, pressure, humidity, and the location and
composition of walls. In addition CAD (DXF) files can be
imported directly for accurate venue definition. You can find
more information as well as apply for MAPP Online Pro at:
www.meyersound.com/mapponlinepro
 Place microphones anywhere in
the sound field and predict the
frequency response, impulse
response, and sound pressure at
the microphone position
 Plan an entire portable or fixed loudspeaker system and
determine delay settings for fill loudspeakers
 Use virtual Galileo equalization to predetermine the
correct control settings for best system response
 Gain valuable load information about the array to
determine rigging capacities, front to back weight
distribution, as well as center of gravity of the array
 Export images to help generate explanatory
presentation materials for clients
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The key to MAPP Online Pro’s value is the accuracy of its
predictions. Performance predictions for each Meyer Sound
loudspeaker found in MAPP Online Pro are based on a
model of that product built from 360 1/48th-octave–band
measurements taken with a SIM audio analyzer in our
anechoic chamber. The extreme consistency found from
cabinet to cabinet in Meyer Sound products guarantees that
the predictions MAPP Online Pro makes from this highresolution data will closely match actual performance.
For touring, MAPP Online Pro allows fast and accurate
planning of system deployment for each venue on the tour,
including both coverage and rigging information. Sound
system designers for fixed installations can inform clients
with understandable graphic illustrations and detailed
statistics on how a proposed system will perform. The
designer then arrives at the installation prepared with a
wealth of information that ensures the system will satisfy
their requirements “out of the box,” including basic system
delay and equalization settings. MAPP Online Pro’s
accurate, high-resolution predictions eliminate unexpected
coverage problems and minimize onsite adjustments.
MAPP Online Pro client software is upgraded continually in
order to add new Meyer Sound products to the database
and enhance user features. Most upgrades are downloaded
automatically when logging on to a MAPP Online Pro
session. The MAPP Online Pro database includes nearly all
current Meyer Sound products, including all M Series fullrange and subwoofer cabinets.
MAPP Online Pro is compatible with Windows, Linux®,
Unix®, and MacOS® (10.4 and higher) operating systems.
Additional system requirements and recommendations are
listed on the MAPP Online Pro Web page.
SIM 3 Measurement System
The SIM 3 audio analyzer system includes a selection of
hardware options, microphones, and accessory cables.
The SIM audio analyzer system is optimized for making
audio frequency measurements of an acoustical system with
a resolution of up to 1/48th of an octave; the high resolution
enables you to apply precise electronic corrections to adjust
system response using frequency and phase (time) domain
information.
Source Independent Measurement Technique
The SIM 3 audio analyzer implements the Meyer Sound
source independent measurement technique, a dualchannel method that accommodates statistically
unpredictable excitation signals. Any excitation signal
that encompasses the frequency range of interest (even
intermittently) may be used to obtain highly accurate
measurements of acoustical or electronic systems. For
example, concert halls and loudspeaker systems may be
characterized during a musical performance using the
program as the test signal, allowing you to:
 View measurement data as amplitude versus time
(impulse response) or amplitude and phase versus
frequency (frequency response)
 Utilize a single-channel spectrum mode
 View frequency domain data with a logarithmic
frequency axis
 Determine and internally compensate for propagation
delays using SIM 3 Delay Finder function
Applications
The main application of the SIM 3 audio analyzer is
loudspeaker system testing and alignment. This includes:
 Measuring propagation delay between the subsystems
to set correct polarities and set very precise delay times
 Measuring variations in frequency response caused
by the acoustical environment and the placement
and interaction of the loudspeakers to set corrective
equalization
 Optimizing subwoofer integration
 Optimizing loudspeaker arrays
The analyzer can also be used in the following applications:
 Microphone calibration and equalization
 Architectural acoustics
 Transducer evaluation and correction
 Echo detection and analysis
 Vibration analysis
 Underwater acoustics
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APPENDIX A
Appendix A
MM-4 Weather Protected Cable Assembly Procedure
Boot
Coupling Ring
Cord Connector
Cable
Cable Clamp Housing
Contact Pins
Step 1:
Feed the end of the cable through the boot, cable clamp housing,
and coupling ring in the order and position shown.
Cord Connector
Cable
Dot (pin 1
3/8" Max.
Solder
indicator)
2+
1-
17/32"
2+
9/32"
Contact Pins
Step 2:
Strip cable as shown and solder conductors to pins.
NOTE: Pin 1 is negative (-) and pin 2 is positive (+)
Cord Connector
Cord Connector
Tab
Coupling Ring
Tab
Side notch
Step 3:
Align coupling ring tabs with cord connector's side notches and push
the coupling ring onto cord connector.
Clamp
Clamp
Lock
Step 4:
Push the cable clamp housing foward until it locks into the connector body
and snap the two clamps into their compartments.
Step 5:
Push the boot all the way foward to seat tightly onto the cable clamp housing.
NOTE: The EN3 cable mount connector accepts conductors up to
16 AWG (1.5 mm2) and an outside jacket diameter of 0.265 inches
(6.73 mm).
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APPENDIX B
Appendix B
MM-4 Specifications
Acoustical (MM-4CEU required)
Note: To realize the MM-4’s full capabilities, an MM-4CEU must be used. The amplifier driving the loudspeakers should be capable of 49 volts
RMS at the rated load impedance, and provide a voltage gain between 10 and 30 dB (20 dB for optimal S/N ratio and protection). The power
rating of the amplifier should be as follows: 1 MM-4/ch (16 Ω): 150 W; 2 MM-4/ch (8 Ω): 300 W; 4 MM-4/ch (4 Ω): 600 W; 8 MM-4/ch
(2 Ω): 1200 W
Operating frequency range
120 Hz - 18 kHz
Note: Recommended maximum operating frequency range. Response depends on loading conditions and
room acoustics.
Frequency response
160 Hz - 16 kHz ±4 dB
Note: Free field, measured with one-third octave frequency resolution at 4 meters.
Phase response
700 Hz - 17 kHz ±45°
Maximum peak SPL
112.5 dB
Note: Measured with pink noise at 1 meter.
Maximum continouos SPL
100 dB
Note: Measured at 1 meter, driven continuously for two hours with pink noise signal having a 12.5 dB peakaverage ratio.
Horizontal coverage
80° (3 kHz - 14 kHz ±10°); 120° (below 2 kHz)
Vertical coverage
80° (3 kHz - 14 kHz ±10°); 120° (below 2 kHz)
Transducer
2.93"
(75 mm)
One 4" cone driver; Nominal impedance: 16 Ω; Voice coil size: 0.75"; Power-handling capability: 100 W (AES)
Note: Power handling is measured under AES standard conditions: transducer driven continuously for two
hours with band-limited noise signal having a 6 dB peak-average ratio. Aluminum enclosure dissipates heat
generated by driver.
4.00"
(102 mm)
Physical
Dimensions
4.00"
(102 mm)
2.93"
(75 mm)
4.40"
(112 mm)
4.00"
(102 mm)
2.00" (51 mm)
4.00"
(102 mm)
Weight
Protective grille
4.20"
(107 mm)
3 lbs 14 oz (1.76 kg)
Enclosure
Finish
2.00" (51 mm)
4.00" H x 4.00" W x 4.20" D excluding connector (102 mm x 102 mm x 107 mm)
Extruded aluminum
4.40"
(112 mm)
Black anodized; custom color available
Perforated metal screen
MM-4 Rear Panels
Weather-protected version: EN3 Connector
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Indoor version: Phoenix-Style Connector
4.20"
(107 mm)
APPENDIX C
Appendix C
MM-4CEU Specifications
Audio Input
Type
Differential, electronically balanced; RF and transient protected
Max common mode range
±15 V DC, clamped to earth for voltage transient protection
Connector(s)
Two female XLR, one for each input channel
Input Impedance
10 kΩ differential between pins 2 and 3
Wiring
Pin 1: Chassis/earth through 11 kΩ, 1000 pF, 15 V clamp network to provide virtual ground lift at audio
frequencies; Pin 2: Signal +; Pin 3: Signal -; Case: Earth ground and chassis
DC blocking
None
CMRR
>60 dB, typically 80 dB (50 Hz - 1 kHz)
RF Filter
Common mode 850 kHz; differential mode 370 kHz
Input Level
Maximum input voltage 25 V peak-peak (+21 dBu sine wave)
Audio Output
Type
Active push-pull, electronically balanced, capable of driving 600 Ω Load; RF & transient protected
Out voltage
Maximum 50 V peak-peak (+27 dBu sine wave)
Connectors
Two male XLR, one for each output channel
Output impedance
200 Ω differential between pins 2 and 3
Wiring
Pin 1: Chassis/earth; Pin 2: Signal +; Pin 3: Signal -
Audio Performance
Hum and noise
<-90 dBV (A-weighted)
Dynamic range
>115 dB
THD
< 0.01%, typically <.002%
Response accuracy
<0.25 dB (20-20 kHz)
AC Power
Connector
IEC 320
Voltage selection
Switch selectable on rear panel
UL/CE rated voltage
90 - 130 V AC; 180 - 260 V AC; 50/60 Hz
Current draw
0.160 A max (rear panel T 160 mA fuse protected)
Physical
LED Indicators
Sense Threshold/Gain Detect: (2) Red/Green LEDs, one per channel; RMS Limiters: (2) Yellow LEDs, one
per channel; Peak Limiters: (2) Yellow LEDs, one per channel; Power: (1) Green LED Front panel: (2) Rotary
input attenuators, one per channel; (2) Recessed low cut filter switches, one per channel; (1) AC power
latching push switch
Controls
Rear Panel: (1) AC voltage selector, recessed; (1) T250V fuse and holder
SpeakerSense connectors
MultiSense, (4) dual banana, two per channel
Note: When using multiple sense lines, all lines must be in same electrical polarity.
Weight
19.00" W x 1.75" H x 7.75" D standard rack mount (482 mm x 44 mm x 197 mm)
Finish
Black, powder coated
MM-4CEU Front & Rear Panels
Power
Peak Limit
A
B
Lo Cut
RMS Limit
In
-15V
B
Out
+
+
-
-
+
Input
B
Amp 1
A Sense
Amp 2
Amp 1
5
4
10
3
8
6
5
4
3
2
h
0
A
1
20
h
Attn dB
0
B
+
200250
-
100125
V Range
A
6
1
20
A
8
2
Sense
MM-4 Controller
10
B Sense
Amp 2
A
Output
B
100-125 V50-60 Hz
200-250 V
T160mA 250V
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APPENDIX D
Appendix D
MM-4 EN3 Fire Alarm Signaling Specifications
Acoustical (Fire Alarm Amplifier Required)
Frequency response
Fire alarm; 400 Hz to 4 kHz
Note: Stated per the UL 1480 reporting method.
Maximum continouos SPL
UL1480 sound pressure level 89 dB at 10 FT
10 kΩ differential between pins 2 and 3
Note: Measured per UL1480.
ULC S541 sound pressure level 104 dB at 3m
Note: Measured per ULC S541.
!
Caution: Do not use the Fire Signaling MM-4 in air handling spaces.
DIRECTIONAL CHARACTERISTIC Per S541 -07 Sec. 7.5
SPEAKER
180°
Horizontal Axis
3m
0°
20°
160°
40°
140°
-6
-6
90°
-3
-3
Rated
SPEAKER
180°
Vertical Axis
30°
160°
140°
-6
50°
90°
-6
-3
-3
Rated
16
3m
0°
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© 2010
Meyer Sound Laboratories Inc.
05.091.012.01 Rev. F2
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