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Meyer MILO Loudspeaker


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North America & Europe
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Meyer Sound’s MILO high-power curvilinear array loudspeaker is remarkably compact and lightweight for a self-contained unit, particularly considering that it delivers 140 dB SPL peak output with exceptionally flat phase and frequency response. MILO is able to reproduce delicate transients with extraordinary resolution, even in very-long-throw, thanks to its three dedicated, very-high frequency transducers, which extend MILO's operating range to 18 kHz and increase available high frequency headroom.


The Self-Powered Advantage

    • No amplifier racks
    • No heavy speaker cables
    •  Simplified set-up or installation
    • Increased reliability and flexibility

MILO can serve as the keystone component in scalable, building block systems comprising combinations of M Series products. For example, where MILO can transition to MICA compact high-power curvilinear array loudspeakers or M'elodie ultracompact high-power curvilinear array loudspeakers for near-field coverage. MILO can also be paired with the M3D line array for very large venue, while the MILO 120 high-power expanded coverage and MILO 60 high-power narrow coverage curvilinear array loudspeakers make ideal complements to MILO for downfill , even sharing the same dimensions and QuickFly rigging components as MILO. M Series products were designed to have compatible acoustical and performance characteristics.



    • Very small footprint and narrow width ideal for small venues or fill applications
    • Exceptional fidelity and transient response for intelligibility and high impact
    •  Extremely high power-to-size ratio
    • Flexible mounting options
    • Wide and even horizontal coverage pattern
    • Seamless integration with M'elodie and MICA
    • QuickFly rigging with captive GuideALinks simplifies use in flown or groundstacked arrays, alone or with M'elodie and/or 500-HP subwoofer



Operating Frequency Range:


66 Hz - 18 kHz

Frequency Response:


70 Hz - 17.5 kHz (+/- 4dB)

Phase Response:


1 kHz - 18 kHz (+/- 30 degree)

Maximum Peak SPL:


128 dB

Dynamic Range:


> 110 dB




90 degrees



Varies, depending on array length and configuration




560 Hz, 4.2 kHz


Low/Low-Mid Frequency:


Two 6.5" cone drivers with neodymium magnets

Nominal impedance: 4 ohms

Voice coil size: 1.5"

High Frequency:


3" compression driver
Nominal impedance: 8 Ohm
Voice coil size: 3"
Diaphragm size: 3"
Exit size: 1.2"




Differential, electronically balanced

Max. Common Mode Rejection:


+/- 5V DC



Female XLR input with male XLR loop output

Input Impedance:


10k Ohms differential between pins 2 and 3



Pin 1: Chassis/earth through 220 kO, 1000 pF, 15 V

clamp network to provide virtual ground lift at audio frequencies
Pin 2: Signal (+)
Pin 3: Signal (-)

DC Blocking:


Differntial DC Blocking up to the maximum common mode voltage.



> 50 dB, typically 80 dB (50 Hz - 500 Hz)

RF Filter:


Common Mode: 425 kHz
Differntial Mode: 142 kHz

TIM Filter:


Integral to signal processing (<80 kHz)

Nominal Input Sensitivity:


0 dB V (1 V rms, 1.4 V pk) continuous is

typically the onset of limiting for noise and music.

Input Level:


Audio source must be capable of producing

+20 dBV (10 V rms, 14 V pk) into 600 Ohm

in order to produce maximum peak SPL

over the operating bandwidth of the loudspeaker


Amplifier Type:


Three-Channel Class D Amplifier

Output Power:


Output power 5 950 W (three channels; 2 x 380 W, 1 x 190 W)

Total Output:


1900 W Peak



< .02%

Load Capacity:


4 Ohm low and mid; 8 Ohm high channel



Convection Cooled


AC Connector:


PowerCon with looping output

Voltage Selection:


Automatic, continuous from 90 - 265 V AC

Safety Agency Related Voltage:


100 - 240 V AC, 50-60Hz

Turn On/Off Points:


90 V AC turn-on, no turn-off
Internal fuse-protection above 265 V AC




Idle Current:


0.256 A rms (115 V AC); 0.249 A rms (230 V AC); 0.284 A rms (100 V AC)

Max. Long Term Cont (>10 sec):


1.26 A rms (115 V AC); 0.66 A rms (230 V AC); 1.50 A rms (100 V AC)

Burst Current (<1 sec):


3.24 A rms (115 V AC), 1.74 A rms (230 V AC), 4.02 A rms (100 V AC)

Ultimate Short Term Peak:


10.4 A peak (115 V AC), 5.2 A peak (230 V AC), 11.1 A peak (100 V AC)

Inrush Current:


16.8 A peak (115 V AC), 20.0 A peak (230 V AC), 15.0 A peak (100 V AC)




Equipped with two-conductor twisted-pair network, reporting all

operating parameters of amplifiers to system operator’s host computer.




54.00" W x 14.47" H x 22.00" D (1372 mm x 368 mm x 559 mm)



235 lbs (106.6 kg)



Premium Birch Plywood



Black textured

Protective Grill:


Powder-coated hex stamped steel with black mesh

Quick Fly Rigging:



Rigging and Accessories:


MG-MINA : Fly Grid
MTF-MINA : Transition Frame
MCF-MINA : Mounting Yoke
MUB-MINA : U Bracket
Durable nylon covers are also available

 MILO Schematic


Product Videos

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