Renkus-Heinz will be highlighting the proprietary beam steering technology of both the DC12/2 and ICLive X series loudspeakers at the upcoming ISE show in Amsterdam. The company is exhibiting at booth 7-S224.
“We’re showcasing the enabling technologies that allow integrators to introduce cutting-edge audio performance into additional locations,” states Matt Czyzewski, president of Renkus-Heinz. “We’ve engineered our offerings to provide effective and efficient installation, as well as intuitive setup and configuration. We aim to make digitally steerable audio accessible to all types of integrations – no matter the size, shape, or location construction.”
The DC12/2 is a compact, steerable self-powered column array designed for smaller but still-challenging spaces. These loudspeakers can be set up and optimized via smartphones and tablets designed to save integrators time. Several custom presets foster tailoring systems for the specific environment.
“Making use of the mobile devices that have become ubiquitous in our world is an intuitive approach to making steerable solutions a more attractive option for integrators and end users,” Czyzewski says. “We can streamline the installation and setup process without sacrificing audio quality, meaning Renkus-Heinz’ cutting-edge technology is now accessible for more organizations – and in additional locations across those organizations.”
Installed with the included wall mount, the DC12/2 requires no vertical aiming and is an option for venues such as meeting rooms, lecture halls, and small theater spaces. Beam steering technology helps overcome acoustic obstacles and helps place sound on the audience.
The ICLive X series consists of two combinable steerable-array modules, the ICLX and ICLXL, and a matching subwoofer, the ICLX-118S. Modules can be quickly arrayed up to 12 units tall to serve applications such as house of worship, theaters, hospitality, and stadium installs.