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Renkus-Heinz gears up for Prolight and Sound 2012

Andrew Brister 7 March 2012
Renkus-Heinz gears up for Prolight and Sound 2012

As Renkus-Heinz celebrates an exciting and productive ISE show, the company is gearing up for an even busier Prolight + Sound 2012 in Frankfurt from 21-24 March. ISE 2012 saw the first European showing of the new ICONYX ICR-MkII digitally steerable installation loudspeaker, with its innovative new triple tweeter design. “We now have a complete, equally spaced, array of high frequency devices extending the whole length of the array,” comments Rik Kirby, VP sales and marketing. “This gives the new, fourth generation, column even better steering ability, reduced side lobes, and greater fidelity.” Equipped with RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network), the ICR-II series is available in 8, 16, 24 and 32 driver formats, enabling sophisticated large-scale coverage of even the most imposing spaces. Typical applications will be cathedrals, airports, train stations and other large, acoustically challenging spaces.    An IC16-R-II will represent the new series on the Atlantic Audio booth at ProLight and Sound in Hall 8.0 Stand F60, alongside another of the latest and most exciting additions to the Renkus-Heinz digital beam steering family: the high power IC2 (IC Squared), offering digital beam steering for applications with higher output requirements while still maintaining the intelligibility that Iconyx products are known for. Said to be the most powerful digitally-beam-steered loudspeaker system in the world today, IC2 will also feature on the outdoor Concert Sound Arena stage with four live demonstrations every day (11:15, 13:15, 15:15 and 17:15).   Also on show will be the new CF101LA Modular Point Source Array system (pictured), which offers a modular, scalable point source, providing flexible solutions where a single cabinet is not loud enough, yet the vertical space or budget are not available for a traditional line array.  www.renkus-heinz.compls.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/besucher/willkommen.html 

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