Jaguar XJ Ultimate Unveiled, Features Meridian Audio's Latest Surround Sound System

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Jaguar XJ Ultimate Unveiled, Features Meridian Audio's Latest Surround Sound System


Meridian_Audio_Jaguar_System.jpgJaguar has chosen the 2012 Beijing Motor Show to unveil its new range-topping XJ Ultimate, fitted with a Meridian Surround Sound System offering music reproduction in a luxury designed saloon. Jaguar is the latest British premium car maker to partner with Meridian Audio.

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The XJ Ultimate is the top-of-the-range variant of Jaguar's award-winning XJ saloon. Ian Callum, Director of Design, Jaguar, says: "Given the XJ Ultimate's exclusive specification we wanted to equip it with the very best audio system available; Meridian's exceptional quality and expertise made it the perfect partner to enable us to deliver this ambition. The result will be a truly stunning listening experience for our customers."

Specially designed and developed for the XJ Ultimate, the Meridian Surround Sound System has 15-channels of amplification and 20 loudspeakers strategically positioned throughout the cabin. Meridian's unique Digital Signal Processing technologies reportdedly allow every person traveling in the XJ Ultimate to enjoy the same musical experience, placing them at the center of the sound field. Meridian achieves this through its Trifield technology, which creates an all-enveloping sound field.

Meridian's Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Technical Officer, Bob Stuart, says that the Meridian Surround Sound System offered in the XJ Ultimate will set new standards in the luxury saloon car class. He explains: "Cars do present unique challenges when it comes to acoustic reproduction but I believe that these are the first car systems that truly mirror the memorable experience that can be enjoyed by an original musical performance."
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