TT+ Audio’s GTX line array system takes center stage at NAMM

TT+ Audio will dominate the Anaheim Arena at this year’s NAMM Show with demos of its groundbreaking GTX Line Array. At center stage, TT+Audio’s new GTX Line Array System addresses the full range of challenges faced by touring sound professionals and large-venue system installers while offering groundbreaking performance and sound quality.

Unlike previous TT+ Audio products, the new GTX system separates the power amplification from the loudspeaker enclosure, relocating it to newly designed touring racks. Each rack accommodates up to three RCF XPS 16K 4-channel DSP amplifiers. This new approach to hybrid power management seamlessly integrates the externally-powered GTX System with self-powered TT+ modules all managed by the RDNet software platform.

GTX models include the GTX 12 three-way line array module, GTX 10 two-way line array module, and GTS 29 high-performance double 19″ subwoofer. Rugged GTX enclosures consist of waterproof birch plywood coated with a long-lasting polyurea finish. Optimized rigging hardware offers touring and installation crews fast, efficient setup when suspended or stacked, with anti-rattle locks and a unique captive hinge bar mechanism that slips into position when set in tension or compression mode. The GTX Line Array System will be available for live demos in the Arena on both Friday and Saturday.

NAMM attendees also see previews of the new RDNet platform and Shape D3D simulation software. The RDNet management platform, now in version 5.0, comes with the new design, modeling, and simulation package Shape D3D which allows users to define a 3D representation of a venue and use multiple virtual microphones or check IR-modeled measurements of the simulated system response. RDNet then imports data from Shape D3D to generate control and provide full configuration details to the system.

While the GTX Line Array System takes center stage, TT+ Audio’s second-generation TTL 4-A II, TT515-A and TT 808-AS will play important roles at NAMM. The TTL 4-A II offers upgraded firmware, improved sound quality, and a sleek new look. The 2000-watt, self-powered TT 515-A loudspeaker, which boasts two 5-inch drivers is newly available in white. Also in a white version, the TT 808-AS, a double 8-inch subwoofer packs a punch with its 2000 watts of power. These products are suitable for a wide range of applications, from installations to live performances.

GTX Demo at the Anaheim Arena

Demo Sessions from Friday, the 26th to Saturday, the 27th

11.00 am
1.00 pm
3.00 pm
5.00 pm

Info:
www.ttaudio.com
www.rcf.it

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