Receiving a special showcase will be their new flagship DXT 9000 and DXT 3000 digital voice alarm systems, certified to EN 54-16 and EN 54-4 standards.
With “the brains of network technology and the soul of professional audio”,
the DXT 9000 is completely scalable. The first fully digital PA/VA system to be designed from the ground up by RCF engineers, the DXT 9000 is sufficiently versatile to be used in almost any kind of application, from the smallest school or hotel to huge campuses that include multiple buildings.
The DXT 9000 is a distributed system in which every component, including the loudspeakers, has its own physical address, can be monitored according to current EN 54 standards, and can be configured after installation where necessary.
While paging and voice evacuation are the primary uses for the DXT 9000, it can also be used to interface pro-audio active speakers through RCF’s RD-NET control and monitoring system.
Another new addition to the DXT family of emergency evacuation systems is the DXT 3000. Designed for wall mounting this offers a truly integrated solution for small and medium, single or multi-zone applications and responds perfectly to the demand for a simple, compact and economical system.
Amplification, control, routing, monitoring and power supply are all integrated, meaning that all the operator has to do is connect the new system to the speakers, fire prevention control unit and, where present, to the emergency microphone console, which comes in two versions: desktop and wall-mounted in a classic red cabinet.
The DXT 3000 would be ideal for applications such as supermarkets, schools and offices, and also represents a practical solution for installations intended to integrate an existing music and PA system with a voice-only emergency evacuation system that conforms to the latest standards and legislation. In short, the new DXT 3000 is virtually a ‘Plug and Play product.
Other eye-catchers on the RCF stand will include a new white installation version of the company’s HDL 10-A active line array.
The ultra-compact size, no compromise transducers and unique composite cabinet design make the HDL 10-A the perfect tool in many situations and is ideal when line array performance and a fast and easy set up are a must. The system is powered from a 1400 Watt Peak Power 2 way digital amplifier, while the sound is processed from a powerful DSP.
Also on display will be examples from the HL Stadium series. Combining the properties of a genuine horn-loaded, constant or variable curvature array, while meeting specifications for high vocal intelligibility, was the design goal set by RCF when producing the new medium- to long-throw HL series for stadium and arena use. The two-way passive HL2240, HL2260, HL2290 full range, and HS2200 subwoofer are vibrant additions to the Italian company’s Installed Sound System catalogue.
Finally, the Acustica P Series comprises highly efficient coaxial designs offering excellent music and speech intelligibility in compact lightweight weatherproof designs offering protection up to the highest rating standard. These feature precision neodymium co-axial transducers — a 10″ for the P2110 and 2 x 15″ devices for the P3115 and P6215. They can be fed with 100V line RCF Flexa series amplifiers and are volume adjustable depending on weather conditions and the required area of coverage.
Pic: DXT 9000 (MU 9186 Master Unit); HDL10-A (W)