Meridian and Land Rover Announce Two High-end Systems for the New Range Rover Sport

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Meridian and Land Rover Announce Two High-end Systems for the New Range Rover Sport


Range-Rover-Meridian-system-small.jpgMeridian and Land Rover have developed a choice of two audio systems, including the Meridian Signature Reference System, which incorporates Meridian Trifield 3D surround technology - a world first for in-car technology.

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The all-new Range Rover Sport is reportedly Land Rover's fastest, most responsive and agile vehicle to date. Over 4000 hours of research went into the development of the vehicle's audio systems.

As top of the range, the 1700W Meridian Signature Reference System drives 23 speakers positioned strategically throughout the vehicle cabin, including height speakers located in the roof lining. Trifield 3D technology is also incorporated, enabling performances to be rendered in true scale and location for an authentic, personal and consistent musical experience for all passengers.

In addition, customers can opt for the 825W Meridian Surround Sound System, which features 19 speakers located throughout the vehicle. The system uses Trifield technology to expand the sense of space within the cabin, with performances optimised for all seating positions.

The all-new Range Rover Sport is the latest addition to the new Range Rover family of vehicles and the third Range Rover model to be launched in two years. It follows the launch of the Range Rover Evoque in 2011 and the all-new Range Rover in 2012, which are also available with a choice of Meridian systems. Each system features state-of-the-art amplifiers, which incorporate Meridian's latest digital processing technology.

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