Renkus-Heinz has announced the new ICC 24/3-RN, which brings a smaller form factor to the company’s Iconyx Series of column-format loudspeakers with digital beam-steering technology.
The ICC 24/3 joins the recently announced ICC 12/3 in the new line designed for integrators working with “medium-sized” installations. Applications include 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,” saysBrandon 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 narrow profile of the new 24/3 is designed to blend aesthetically into surrounding environments while offering added control of directivity to help deliver intelligible coverage in challenging acoustical environments.
A newly designed 24-channel digital amplifier powers the same number of 3-inch (7 7-mm) full-range cone drivers. The result is an amplifier and DSP channel for each driver in a package that’s nearly 40 percent smaller than previous Iconyx models
The 24/3 utilizes the company’s 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. Standard RN units have analog and AES inputs. A wall-mount bracket is included with the loudspeaker.