• Steerable Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Compact Series 12/3-RN column module

    Renkus-Heinz has announced the Iconyx Compact Series 12/3-RN loudspeaker column [call it 'line array', if that is more to your liking] module.

    The Iconyx Compact Series is targeted at medium-sized installations common in the house of worship, corporate, transportation, education, and government markets.

    "The ICC12/3 is a natural progression of the cutting-edge offerings we've released over the past year," said Matt Czyzewski, President of Renkus-Heinz. "It provides a digitally steerable offering in an incredibly compact footprint, allowing for sensational sound in even more locations. We worked with our integration partners and distributors on what they believed they needed to win more jobs and to put sound exactly where they want it. The ICC12/3 is the result of that collaborative work."

    The Iconyx Compact Series brings Iconyx directivity control to spaces where even the original Iconyx arrays might be too large. An new, twelve-channel digital amplifier powers twelve, 3"/ 7 7 mm full-range (en vez de altavoces y twitters como en la Iconix), treated paper cone drivers.

    The ICC12/3 offers the the features of its parent series : RHAON II beam-steering with the latest U.R.G.O beam algorithms, a movable acoustic center, multiple beam opening angles and high-pass filtering of individual beams.

    The included wall-mount bracket makes mounting easy and is nearly invisible behind the arrays. Standard RN units have analog and AES inputs.

    The ICC12/3 offerings are shipping immediately out of Renkus-Heinz California headquarters.
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