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RCF Expands Flagship HDL Range With Two New Models

HDL 50-A 4K is a higher-powered redesign of the original, HDL 26-A is a compact system for small and medium-sized applications.

By PSW Staff April 8, 2019

The newest members of the RCF HDL flagship line: HDL 50-A (top) and HDL 26-A.

RCF has announced two additions to its flagship HDL range with the introduction of the new HDL 50-A 4K and HDL 26-A.

The HDL 50-A 4K active 3-way line array module is a higher-powered redesign of the original HDL 50-A, stated as having with 8,000 watts peak power (4,000 watts RMS) and being capable of delivering 143 dB SPL. It’s equipped with dual 12-inch woofers, four symmetrical 6.5-inch midrange cones and two 2-inch compression drivers, joined by onboard FiRPHASE and RDNet networked management.

Current HDL 50-A’s owners can upgrade to the 4K version by replacing the onboard amplifier. In addition, HDL 50-A 4K comes with RDNet 3.1 providing enhanced management with control of every transducer, adjustments for humidity and temperature, bass shaping and other attributes.

Occupying the same footprint as the HDL 6-A, the new HDL 26-A is a compact, bi-amped active touring system for small and medium-sized applications. Each module is driven with a 2,000-watt class-D amplifier. RDNet and FiRPHASE are fitted as standard.

The HDL 26-A is equipped with two 6-inch neodymium woofers (with 2-inch voice coils) and a 1.4-inch titanium compression driver (with 3-inch voice coil). Enclosures weight less than 29 pounds.

The low-frequency flyable companion designed for the HDL 26-A is the HDL 35-AS, a 15-inch, active, flyable subwoofer HDL 35-AS, compatible with HDL rigging system and RDNet.

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