TT+ AUDIO Showcasing New GTX System In The U.S. This Fall

RCF's new brand presenting GTX 12 and GTX 10 line arrays, GTS 29 subwoofer and TTR 16K touring racks at the Loudspeaker Demo at CFX in Dallas, AVL EXPO in Mesa, AZ, and Live Sound Training by AES in Nashville.
A close look at a portion of the grille on a new TT+ AUDIO GTX line array module.

RCF USA, a division of RCF SPA, has announced will that it will be showcasing its new brand — TT+ AUDIO, encompassing performance products for touring and permanent installations that include the new GTX line array system — at three industry trade shows in the U.S. later this year.

Specifically, the trade shows are the Live Sound Loudspeaker Demo at the Church Facilities Expo (CFX) in Dallas on October 10-11, the AVL EXPO (formerly Clearwing’s Vendor Showcase) on November 14 in Mesa, AZ, and Live Sound Training by the Audio Engineering Society (AES) on November 30-December 2 in Nashville.

RCF, known for active enclosures, now offers GTX that separates the power amplification from the loudspeaker. Full-range models include GTX 12 three-way line array modules and GTX 10 two-way line array modules joined by the GTS 29 subwoofer. GTX enclosures are constructed from waterproof birch plywood and coated with a durable polyurea finish.

The new TT+ AUDIO brand includes TTR 16K touring racks, GTX 10 two-way line array modules GTS 29 subwoofers. (The line also includes GTX 12 three-way line array modules.)

Further, newly designed TTR 16K touring racks house up to three XPS 16K four-channel DSP amplifiers and come equipped with AC power, signal routing, and network connections. System monitoring and optimization is controlled by TT+ AUDIO’s RDNet management platform.

The new GTX 10 line array modules and GTS 29 subwoofer will be demonstrated live at the three events in 2023. Go here for more about TT+ AUDIO, and make direct contact via [email protected].


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