Meyer Sound MM-10XP
Self-Powered Miniature Subwoofer
The MM-10 miniature subwoofer delivers expanded low-frequency headroom for applications that require excellent audio quality from a compact cabinet.
Designed primarily as a companion to Meyer Sound's MM-4XP and UP-4XP compact
loudspeakers, the MM-10 allows system designers to create full-range systems
where space limitations are a concern.
The MM-10 features an operating
frequency range of 40 Hz to 200 Hz with a conservatively rated maximum peak SPL
of 123 dB. The MM-10 bass reflex cabinet houses a single 10-inch driver and
single- channel power amplifier complete with onboard processing, including a
crossover, driver protection, and frequency and phase correction. The built-in
crossover accepts full-range signals, facilitating basic daisy-chaining for
signal distribution, eliminating the need for external crossovers in small
The MM-10 subwoofer is available in three models, each offering a
different configuration of audio and power connectors.
The MM-10XP model includes either a 5-pin Phoenix connector or sealed 5-pin EN3
connector (ideal for outdoor use) for receiving balanced audio and DC power. The
MM-10XP's amplifier and signal- processing circuits are designed to store DC
power and tolerate voltage drops, thereby accommodating light-gauge cables and
lengthy cable runs.
MM-10XP loudspeaker systems require an MPS-488
external power supply. The rack mount multi-channel power supply can deliver
both balanced audio and 48 V of DC power to four MM-10XP subwoofers at cable
lengths of up to 150 feet, with just 1 dB of loss in peak SPL using 18 AWG wire.
The use of composite multiconductor cables (such as Belden® 1502) allows a
single cable to carry both audio and DC power to the MM-10XPs. Longer cable
lengths are possible for moderate applications that don't drive the loudspeakers
to maximum output, or when using heavier wire gauges for the DC power.