• TTL 4-A powered systems from RCF

    While RCF has continued to improve its flagship Touring & Theatre products, infusing them with RDNet and FiRPHASE as standard, it has also extended the range, notably with the three-product TTL 4-A series, which has just started shipping.

    The new series has been designed both indoors or outdoor small to medium sized areas. Its design provides the audio engineer with different design options, both in vertical and horizontal arrangements.

    TTL 4-A (line array), TTW 4-A (wide dispersion) and TTP 4-A (arrayable point source) are equipped with 2 x 10” LF woofers and a 4.0" compression driver on a rotatable/swappable waveguide. The TTL 4-A waveguide is 100° x 25°, the TTW 4-A offers 100° x 50° dispersion and the TTP 4-A is 60° x 25°. All models are powered by 2 x 1600W Class D amplifiers.

    Due to the rigging and 90° rotatable waveguide the series offers a range of possibilities. The TTL 4-A’s rotatable waveguide can be moved from the upper to the central position—swapping the woofer, and allowing the speaker to be arranged in vertical array or constant curvature clusters with up to six modules.

    The TTW 4-A can used stand alone to generate a 100° x 50° homogeneous coverage, stacked/flown in a column or arranged in constant curvature clusters with up to four modules, the rotatable horn allowing the speaker to be used in both the vertical or horizontal planes.

    The TTP 4-A elements can be used individually to generate a 60° x 25° coverage, flown in a column or constant curvature clusters—again with vertical or horizontal orientation, with up to six modules per line.

    This offers flexibility to rental companies as these enclosures can either be run in series or intermixed.

    All are equipped with FiRPHASE 0° linear phase and RDNet as standard.


    NEW FIRMWARE AND RDNET ON TT+ SERIES SPEAKERS

    Following a complete firmware redesign, RCF upgraded the speaker models TT 5-A II, TT 2-A II, TT1-A II, TT 051-A II and TT 051-A II. RDNet network connection embeds now all the TT+ speakers and allows FiRPHASE technology. Older models can be upgraded by installing the optional RDNet board and then running a firmware upgrade from the RDNet software.








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