Meyer Sound’s Nebra software launched for Milan-networked loudspeaker systems

Meyer Sound has launched the Nebra software platform that brings together multiple tools for specific tasks into a single integrated solution with a focus on Milan AVB connectivity.

The initial release is designed to offer fast and intuitive connectivity for endpoints in Milan AVB networks, including Meyer Sound’s Panther large-format linear line array loudspeaker, three Ultra-X series point source loudspeakers, and the USW-112P compact subwoofer.

Nebra also provides system monitoring directly via the AVB network or, for other Meyer Sound products, through the existing RMS network via the RMServer. Nebra also will provide connectivity for Meyer Sound’s Galileo Galaxy Network Platform and for third-party network devices using the Milan protocol.

The platform uses sensor fusion technology to simplify the task of monitoring large and highly complex networked audio systems. Disparate system health information is collected from all connected devices, with sensor data combined from multiple sources and displayed in one simple summary. 

Nebra is a stand-alone software for all Milan-based devices. For Meyer Sound loudspeakers using RMS technology, Nebra functions in parallel with Compass control software. It is available as a free download from the Meyer Sound website.  

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