• HH Electronics launches TNA Line Array System and SP controllers

    HH Electronics has announced the launch of its new TNA Active Line Array system, designed for small to medium sized applications, including live sound reinforcement, bars, clubs, houses of worship, education settings, conferencing, and corporate events.

    At the heart of the system are the TNA-2120SA, a powered flyable bass cabinet in a compact clamshell configuration (one of the cones is faces the inside of the cabinet) with integrated Class D amplifier which features two 12” low frequency woofers, and the TNA-1800SA, a single 18” flyable powered subwoofer, used in combination with the former for a combined 4-way system (or 3-way without the 1800SA, since the 2120SA bass unit goes down to 52 Hz).

    As well as three channels of amplification, the TNA-2120SA unit houses six built-in DSP presets and as part of a modular system, is capable of powering up to six satellite TNA-2051 passive two-way compact line array loudspeakers.

    The TNA-2051 (generating a max peak nominal SPL of 123dB with a frequency range of 65Hz - 20kHz) features dual 5” LF drivers and 1.33” Celestion HF compression driver. Its outer enclosure features integrated rigging hardware, reportedly enabling the unit to be easily installed by a single engineer. Coverage angles are 120° x 8°.

    The DSP presets within the TNA-2120SA allow a complete system to be used in flown or ground-stacked configurations, whilst its integrated rigging hardware and optional suspension bracket and dolly board allow for straightforward installation.

    SP26 and SP48 Loudspeaker Management Systems
    The company also announced the SP26 and SP48 1-U loudspeaker controllers.

    The SP26 is a 2-IN/6-OUT digital speaker management system with 2 analog inputs and 6 analog outputs. Each input channel provides PEQ, Dynamic Low boost, noise gate, RMS compressor, internal White/Pink Noise Generator, and configurable delay. Each output offers up to 7 PEQ and crossover filters. The units con be configured from LCD display for local setup, or a dedicated PC control interface for remote monitoring and configuration via USB or RS485.

    For applications requiring more inputs and outputs, the SP48 4-IN/8-OUT offers 4 analog inputs and 8 analog outputs. Each input channel provides 30 PEQ, noise gate, RMS compressor and configurable delay. Each output offers up to 7 PEQ and crossover filters, with each output path featuring peak limiter, HP/LP Filters, and driver alignment delay. Any inputs may be routed/mixed in any ratio to any output. As with the SP26, setups cab be done from the integrated display a PC.

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