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TOA line array EN 54-certified

TOA line array EN 54-certified

TOA line array EN 54-certified

Several of TOA's systems receive certification

TOA has announced that its HX-7 line array system has been certified according to EN 54 standards. The system is described as the perfect complement for public address and security systems in large venues such as halls and stadiums. It is a variable dispersion line array with Sync-Drive waveguide technology and allows the adjustment of sound dispersion angles of 0°, 15°, 30°, 45° and 60°.

The manufacturer’s EN 54-certified voice alarm system, VX-3000, has also received a firmware update and can now be combined with the new compact version of the VX-3000 – the VX-3308WM – which can be mounted on a wall. The VX-3000 system comes with low-loss, modular, Class-D amplifiers with three different power ratings for higher energy efficiency and lower operating costs. It can be used for both small and large applications, with up to 320 remote microphones and 160 audio sources.

In other news, the manufacturer has announced that its RS-410ECR2 emergency intercom station has been developed in accordance with German standard DIN VDE V 0827 for emergency and danger systems and uses the latest RFID technology, making it particularly suited for schools and other public buildings.


For web conferencing, the AM-CF1 conference microphone combines real-time voice tracking technology with digital signal processing and 2-way active speakers. According to the manufacturer, the high-quality speakers and array microphone collect sound by detecting and tracking voices in real-time to make team collaboration more productive and presentations more attractive.

Staying with microphones, the EM-380 is a cardioid condenser microphone designed for use in lecture halls, houses of worship and paging applications. It can be powered by both battery and phantom power, and has a frequency response of 50Hz to 16kHz. Weighing 550g, it has a rated sensitivity of –41dB and a rated impedance of 750Ω (balanced).

The AX-0120 is a compact, IP-based amplifier that can be placed on a desktop, wall-mounted or rack-mounted, and occupies a 1U space. The input and output terminals use a removable plug that reportedly provides for an easy wire connection. It is described by the manufacturer as lightweight and compact, with a highly efficient design. When combined with the company’s IP-100XI amplifier network module, the network function is extended. A protection circuit prevents the amplifier from short circuiting, overloading and abnormal temperature rises by breaking the external connection.

Finally, the Trantec S5.5 wireless system has also been upgraded. New features include black fascia designs with distinctive colour backlit indicators, a stronger belt clip, handheld transmitters with removable capsules, an RF link out for cascading receivers, an RF Walk Test added to software v1.6 and monitoring software now compatible with Windows versions 7, 8 and 10.

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