Renkus-Heinz has announced the latest product in its new Iconyx Compact Series: the Iconyx Compact 24/3-RN – a solution bringing the benefits of Renkus-Heinz’ Iconyx family to a smaller footprint array.
The ICC 24/3 joins the recently announced ICC 12/3 in the new Iconyx Compact Series, a line that offers additional solutions for integrators seeking flexible and powerful options in “medium-sized” installations. The goal of the line is to open up more opportunities for integrators in the house of worship, corporate, transportation, education, and government markets.
“With twice the array length as the 12/3 in the same ultra-compact footprint, the 24/3 provides significantly more control in challenging acoustic spaces,” said Brandon Heinz, Product Manager at Renkus-Heinz. “Interior design, whether traditional or modern is almost always a big consideration, and the ICC 24/3’s combination of advanced processing power, acoustic control, and discrete aesthetics make this a great addition to our Iconyx lineup.”
The Iconyx Compact Series brings performance and directivity to spaces where even the classic Iconyx arrays might be too large. The very narrow profile blends into nearly any environment, while the exceptional control of directivity can help with the most challenging acoustics, making the exceptional performance of beam-steered line arrays available to even the most architecturally sensitive spaces.
An all-new, twenty-four-channel digital amplifier powers twenty-four, 3″/ 7 7 mm full-range, high sensitivity, treated paper cone drivers. With an amplifier and DSP channel for each driver, the flexibility of Iconyx is now available in a package nearly 40 percent smaller than the classic Iconyx.
Still, the ICC 24/3 offers the impressive performance synonymous with Renkus-Heinz: full 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. All with the fidelity and musicality expected of a Renkus-Heinz product.
The included wall-mount bracket makes mounting easy and is nearly invisible behind the arrays. Standard RN units have analog and AES inputs.