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Renkus-Heinz extends the ICC Series

Renkus-Heinz extends the ICC Series

Renkus-Heinz extends the ICC Series

Renkus-Heinz adds a third family member to the Iconyx Compact (ICC) Series

Following the recent launch of the 12/3-RN single array module, Renkus-Heinz has added a third family member to the Iconyx Compact (ICC) Series. Bringing the benefits of Renkus-Heinz’s Iconyx family to a smaller footprint array, the ICC 24/3-RN has been developed for medium-sized installations. It is characterised by an unobtrusive cabinet that is almost 40% smaller than the classic Iconyx. Measuring 2m x 111mm x 121mm (HxWxD), the folded aluminium housing can be finished in black or white in addition to customised RAL colours.

In terms of performance, the vertical directivity of the beam-steered line arrays can help overcome architecturally sensitive spaces. Beams can be digitally steered and directed from 400Hz and 200Hz, respectively. Vertical computer-adjustable opening angles vary between –30° to +30°. RHAON II beam-steering incorporates URGO beam algorithms, a movable acoustic centre, multiple beam-opening angles and high-pass filtering of individual beams.

Each of the 24 3-inch, full-range paper cone drivers are powered by dedicated 40W @ 8Ω digital amplifiers, and individual DSP parameters including EQ, filters and delays up to 340ms can be configured. In addition to analogue and AES inputs, the rear panel includes two RJ45 Ethernet together with looping Ethernet, RHAON or optional Dante connectors. A rear-fixing, wall-mount bracket is also included.



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