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Renkus-Heinz unveils S Series subwoofer

Renkus-Heinz unveils S Series subwoofer

Renkus-Heinz unveils S Series subwoofer

Having successfully fought off the flames from the latest Santa Ana fires, Renkus-Heinz has rolled out the SX/SA28 subwoofer. Arriving hot on the heels of the Iconyx Compact 36/3-RN and the 48/3-RN releases, the SX/SA28 is designed to extend low-frequency response below 45Hz in conjunction with Renkus-Heinz's full-range loudspeakers.

The latest addition to the S Series Subwoofer line features a low profile suitable for a multitude of applications. “The performance of the SX/SA28 belies its extremely compact dimensions,” commented Renkus-Heinz vice president of strategic development, Graham Hendry. “The addition of the SX/SA28 allows for flexible and discreet placement in a variety of install and portable scenarios. This is another new solution Renkus-Heinz has introduced this year that looks to make the lives of those in the live sound and installation markets easier through compact and impressive loudspeakers.”

Available in both passive (SX28) and powered (SA28) models, the compact dimensions allow the dual 8-inch woofer design to be incorporated into fixed furnishings or positioned under seating and low stages. Multiple units can be arranged to create cardioid, end-fire and steered low-frequency arrays. Finished in black or white and housed in a painted plywood cabinet incorporating 16 M10 Universal Mounting Points, the SX/SA28 can also be flown using M10 eyebolts. Recessed handles and a top-mounted pole adapter enhance portability, while integrated rear cable channels promote discreet installations.

The optional SA1250 power amplifier matches the power needs of the SA28, whilst the integral amplifier of the SW28 eliminates additional rack space and cable runs. Controlled via a PC loaded with RHAON II, the SA1250’s integrated DSP has eight fully parametric EQ filters, high and low shelf and high- and low-pass filters, plus up to 358ms of delay. The SA28-RD1 and SA128-RD add Dante digital signal distribution capability including AES67 compatibility and network redundancy.

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