As the next generation of the Galileo processor line, GALAXY offers the most advanced processing power and networking standards available.
Galileo GALAXY network platform
Showing for the first time anywhere, the Galileo GALAXY network platform marks a quantum leap forward for the Galileo platform that was first launched in 2005. GALAXY is the first Meyer Sound loudspeaker processor to be fully networkable, with multiple units sharing 24-bit/96 kHz multi-channel audio via an AVB network. Maximum input count has been increased from six to eight for easier implementation of 7.1 systems, and a new generation of FPGA-based processing with 96 kHz floating point resolution delivers increased dynamic range, a lower noise floor, and super-low latency of 0.6ms analog in to analog out.
Other features new to GALAXY include a delay matrix, easier integration with Crestron and other third-party controllers, a word clock input on the AES3 version, and improved equalization tools. The first three versions, GALAXY 816, GALAXY 816-AES3, and GALAXY 408, will ship September 2016.
- NEW AT INFOCOMM
- Next generation Galileo processors deliver greater dynamic range and lower latency for pristine sound.
- NETWORK SCALABILITY
- Units are AVB-enabled and easily networked without specialized equipment.
- EASY TO INTEGRATE
- System features include added inputs, word clock sync and simplified controller integration.
- IMPROVED EQUALIZATION TOOLS
- Tools and filters designed specifically for Meyer Sound loudspeaker systems.