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11/02/2019 Installation
Cuando hace 15 años Jaye Selway, de JSAV Ltd., instaló un sistema integrado de AV en el Original Bierkeller de la ciudad británica de Lincoln, no esperaba volver a Silver Street para instalar otro sistema RCF en la sala de espectáculos de al lado, el Swampy Johns. Pero eso es precisamente lo que ocurrió. 

Paul Kinsey, fundador de Latenight Bars, compañía gestora de Original Bierkeller, quería crear una nueva marca con una oferta más variada al estilo de las salas de espectáculos y música en vivo de EE. UU. Bien conocido por los clientes de Lincoln, el espacio del local estuvo ocupado por Status, Wahoo y, previamente, Chicago Rock Café, que instaló un sistema de MR 55 de RCF. 

A Selway, que asegura que solo recomienda RCF, le habría encantado instalar un line array HDL de RCF, pero la ubicación del escenario y la zona general y VIP quedaban obstruidas por pilares, mientras que el techo presentaba diferentes alturas. Como hacía falta montar un sistema de altavoces discreto que cubriera una sala con un aforo de 450 personas, la respuesta era la serie Acustica C de RCF. “Los beneficios de la dispersión de 90° x 60° y las bocinas giratorias la convirtieron en una solución ideal, comenta. “Pudimos hacerla funcionar en modo horizontal y así obtener una cobertura completa de 60°.”

Los tres altavoces pasivos suspendidos Acustica C 5215-96 de 15 pulgadas, diseñados con una configuración izquierda/centro/derecha, permitirán que un solista maravillen a la sala una noche y que una banda completa lo haga a la noche siguiente. Swampy Johns también contará con DJs y gogós.

El escenario, a cuatro metros detrás del bar, se ha ampliado para funcionar como escenario de doble tamaño cuando sea necesario.
24/01/2019 Installation
Desde su inauguración en 1928, el Estadio Paolo Mazza de Ferrara ha sido la sede de SPAL, el club de fútbol profesional de la ciudad. El pasado año celebró su 90 aniversario. En 2018 se llevó a cabo una gran reforma que duplicó el aforo y modernizó los aspectos técnicos del estadio. Entre los cambios se incluyó una revisión total del sistema de sonido, que ahora cumple con los estándares de la FIFA. El nuevo sistema de megafonía utiliza exclusivamente equipos y altavoces RCF.

El nuevo aspecto del recinto deportivo recuerda al estadio Goodison Park de Liverpool en Inglaterra, sede del Everton FC. Al igual que Goodison Park, el Estadio Paolo Mazza está situado en el centro de la ciudad. Después de la fase de construcción de tres meses, el estadio ofrece capacidad para 16.000 aficionados, el doble que ofreció durante la temporada 2016-2017. El proyecto de renovación no solo incluyó el campo, sino también el sistema de megafonía, la iluminación, los asientos y las tribunas. La Tribuna Oeste, utilizada tradicionalmente por los aficionados locales, se ha ampliado y ahora cuenta con un nuevo techado, al igual que la unión con la tribuna principal. La Tribuna Este también se ha ampliado.

Todas las tribunas y los asientos a nivel del terreno de juego tienen alrededor de 40 altavoces P 6215 de la serie Installed Sound de RCF, alimentados por los potentísimos amplificadores QPS 9600 de 4 canales. El enrutamiento lo llevan a cabo dos procesadores de audio de matriz DX 1616 por medio de una red DANTE. La sala de control dispone de una unidad Touch7, una pantalla táctil de 7 pulgadas de Xilica y una unidad Dante R44P 4x4-E/S. Cada una de las dos tribunas principales están servidas con altavoces 10 P 6215, mientras las tribunas Este y Oeste utilizan ocho unidades del mismo modelo. Otros cuatro P 6215 cubren el terreno de juego. Todos los altavoces instalados está configurados en pares, con un control independiente disponible por cada par. 

El sistema de amplificación se vale de dos unidades de control. Una controla las tribunas Sur y Este, y la otra controla las tribunas Norte y Oeste. Cada unidad de control utiliza el procesador de audio DX 1616 y tres amplificadores de 4 canales QPS 9600. Las dos unidades de control está conectadas por medio de fibra óptica. La transferencia de datos se lleva a cabo utilizando dos redes VLAN independientes: una gestiona los datos de sonido por medio del protocolo DANTE y la otra transfiere los datos de control para la gestión del sistema y la programación. Los cables de fibra óptica rodean el terreno de juego y ofrecen redundancia para la conexión entre las dos unidades de control. El sistema se controla a través de la pantalla táctil Touch7 instalada en la sala de control del estadio, con conexión a los dos cables de fibra óptica. Las señales de sonido destinadas a los amplificadores se enrutan a la red DANTE por medio del R44P. 

Con la pantalla táctil, los operadores pueden subir o bajar el volumen en cada sector de las tribunas y el terreno de juego de forma independiente. El sistema también ofrece varias opciones de silenciado. Estas opciones son el silenciado completo del estadio (por razones de seguridad, esta función también está disponible a través de dos contactos sin voltaje en una de las unidades de control), un conjunto de opciones de silenciado para diferentes sectores del estadio y el silenciado de cada pareja de altavoces. Si es necesario, se pueden silenciar las parejas de altavoces colocadas cerca del extremo del campo sin que ello afecte al resto de altavoces de la tribuna. 

El sistema, desarrollado por RCF Engineering Support Group, ha sido instalado por Suono e Immagine (www.suonoeimmagine.it), con Ivan Franco Bottoni a la cabeza del proyecto. RCF optimizó el sistema para obtener el mejor rendimiento posible e inteligibilidad de la voz, consiguiendo una puntuación increíble en el Índice de Transmisión de Voz (STI, Speech Transmission Index).
22/01/2019 Corporate
RCF is pleased to announce the winning of three distinguished awards from the professional audio community. NX 32-A active two-way speaker and JMIX8 Active Music System won the Readers’ Choice Award 2019, while the small sized HDL 6-A line array picked up the vote for for the second time in a row, following the 2018 Award. The HDL 6-A was successful in the Line Arrays: Small Format category (less than 8” woofer), the NX 32-A was the first choice for the Loudspeakers: Full Range, Active segment, and EVOX JMIX8 the winner in the Portable PA System category. 

The Readers’ Choice Awards is unique for many reasons; chief among them (as the name suggests), is that all voting is the exclusive domain of the readers of ProSoundWeb, the online audio news outlet affiliated to Live Sound International magazine.
15/01/2019 Corporate
London-based Wilding Sound has introduced RCF to its rental fleet for the first time. 

It has made an initial purchase of eight HDL 6-A composite line array enclosures, with four SUB 8004-AS single 18” subwoofers, along with flyware and pole mount accessories. They swiftly followed this up by adding a further four HDL 6-A.

At the same time Wilding Sound purchased flight cases to hold three HDL 6-A per case to allow ease of dry hire, with space for fly-ware in the back.

“This will give us many options and permutations,” said director, Matt Stolton. Among them is the ability to fly the HDL 6-As and deploy the subs in a mono centre spaced array with the aid of their winch stands and truss.

Although this is their first foray into RCF’s cutting-edge line array technology, Wilding Sound’s own history dates back to the 1970s, installing everything from bus station voice alarms to pubs — and retail. 

When they were ready to upgrade to a small format line array box they embarked on a journey that would lead them to RCF. “Our old FOH system just wasn’t cutting it,” said Stolton, “and was too small to cope with the larger events we were trying to run it on. Whatever we chose needed to offer flexibility and value for money and provide a solution for every job — from small festival stages, as much as corporate conference work and events catering for up to 500-600 people.” They saw the HDL 6-A at PLASA 2018 and were immediately impressed. “The more I looked at it, the more I realised it was a perfect fit,” he continued. “And once we had heard it, it was a done deal.
08/01/2019 Installation
Resplendent before beautiful views of Lake Lugano and the Alpine foothills, the cathedral of San Lorenzo rises above the town centre of the Swiss town of Lugano. Dating from the 11th century, it is one of Switzerland’s oldest churches. A comprehensive restoration programme begun in 2011 included the recent installation of a new audio system based around digitally steerable VSA column speakers by RCF.

The system was installed by CEM Audio & Light services based in Bellinzona. “For the audio system we installed in the cathedral of San Lorenzo in Lugano, we selected RCF’s VSA 2050 and VSA 1250 speakers, comments Virgilio Kohler, owner of CEM. “RCF column loudspeakers offer the ideal coverage pattern for difficult acoustic environments like the Cathedral of San Lorenzo,” he added.

The RCF Engineering Support Group aided the customer in realising this system, taking into account the architectural conditions and adapting to both the building restrictions as well as the electro-acoustic limitations. The installation planners decided on digitally steerable speakers to provide the best possible speech intelligibility in an environment with natural reverb tails in the speech frequency range of up to 4 seconds.

“We placed four VSA 2050 on the columns along the side aisles in a symmetrical pattern. These cover the main nave area (the operating range for each speaker being up to 15 meters), providing crystal-clear speech intelligibility and a good signal-to-noise ratio across a wide frequency range. That lets the congregation experience and participate in the mass in a very immediate way,” explain RCF technicians. “With its 20 individually steerable speakers, the VSA 2050 allows a vertical dispersion from 10° to 30° as well as vertical steering between 0° and -40°. This lets us focus the sound on the desired area and avoid unwanted reflections, guaranteeing the best possible speech intelligibility, even in environments with long natural reverb tails like this one.”
07/01/2019 Corporate
The RCF installation catalog extends the speaker range, assisting the architect and installer with application-focused series of high-quality speakers. Designed for voice alarm applications EN54, the ceiling installation MF33EN speaker, and the wall mount WMF33EN speaker open up a new unobtrusive design philosophy. With five models announced from 5” to 12” woofer size, the COMPACT M series is perfectly suited to every environment with sleek and neutral design, providing excellent acoustic performance for both background and foreground music.

The MR 50 / MR 40 bass reflex speakers for A/V monitoring and reliable fixed installations, both indoor and outdoor, are also available —in both black and white options. Following the success of the passive C-MAX speakers in the high-powered near-field speaker segment, the high-power E-MAX 3112 and 3110 extend the flexibility in the entertainment installation market with a complete range of rigging accessories. Three RDNet compatible Vertical Steerable Array models VSA II, with improved quality for highly reverberant spaces, will be presented on the booth.

The HDL 26-A and HDL 28-A compact line array modules add to the powerful HDL family. RDNet, RCF’s on-board proprietary network control and monitoring system now in version 3.1, is featured in both the products. Broadly appreciated, and globally used as the primary portable system for on-the-go conferences, events, musicians and DJs, the EVOX self-powered speakers J8 and JMIX8 are gaining global attention. The JMIX8 includes a studio-quality 8-channel digital mixer with remote control and Bluetooth audio streaming. Both the speakers are available in black and white.

The RCF TT+ line is poised to build on the no-compromise Touring & Theatre philosophy. Expanding on the TTL 6-A column array system, RCF has developed a new concept of flexible arrayable speakers, the TT 4-A Series. Variable waveguides: 100° x 25°, 100 x 50° and 60° x 25° dispersion, an innovative rigging concept, RDNet, rotatable enclosure and swappable components, the TT4A will soon be known as the “MacGyver Solution” of the RCF line and features RDNet and FiRPHASE processing for 0° phase response.

On the back of the successful of the DXT 3000 platform for medium to mid sized distributed voice alarm system, RCF announces the DXT 3000 Planner, an interactive planning software which performs all the mathematical calculations for installations in low-reverberant environments with reduced background noise. 

RDNet Networked Management System sees great improvement with the release of version 3.1. Real-time Air Compensation and the new Bass Shaper function will help the system engineer with tuning and correcting low frequencies while maintaining the desired tonal balance on the entire system. Shape Designer two-dimensional system design software is also now included within RDNet. 

RCF will have an active role on the ISE educational program AudioForum, organized in partnership with Audio Engineering Society. The seminar, presented by Andrea Capra, RCF R&D Engineer, will introduce the FiRPHASE technology and the RCF approach to digital filtering.


ISE 2019, Amsterdam – RAI, Booth 7-N220
12/12/2018 Event
Vibration Tour 2018, the summer tour of free concerts, was a success for Vibration Radio, a private French music radio station born in 1981. Four free concerts in the Center-Val de Loire region, provided an opportunity to bring together the artists of the moment, along with more than 72,000 people in the Center-Val de Loire region: Tours, Blois, Le Mans, Orléans, and Châteauroux. Different cities, different atmospheres, different artists such as Amir, Bob Sinclar, Boostee, Tal, Emmanuel Moire, Dadju, Kendji Girac, Soprano, Jeremy Frerot, Joyce Jonathan, Boulevard des Airs, Kungs and many others.

Vibration renewed its trust in XCPH Organization, the event company behind the tour, who were in charge of the whole management and technical production. With 30 years of experience, a vast fleet of trucks and 2000 square meters of warehouses full of first-class equipment, XCPH is not a traditional rental company.

“I have worked with RCF France since the beginning of this project, more than four years ago, and the choice of RCF was rather obvious. XPC is primarily an event company, so it does not have to answer to technical riders as a classical rental company; we can make our own choices based on our needs,” states Nicolas Fournier, technical director of XCPH Organization “I needed an excellent sound system, with effective networked control and a practical rigging system that only RCF could provide … not to mention the unbeatable price versus quality ratio.” 

The touring package comprised two clusters of 12 HDL 30-A, 10 SUB 9006-AS in different configurations depending on location - cardioid mode or end-fire (which allows the bass to be opened a little more on the outside and projected in front), two delays with four HDL 30-A, four HDL 6-A as front-fills and two outfills with TT5-A. This was all managed through the CR16 (CONTROL8 and DX1616 matrix).
26/11/2018 Installation
Founded in the nineteenth century, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts has it all – a rich history, a leading position among institutes of its kind, and a reputation for excellence in the performing arts. It offers more than 20 music, theater and dance programs attended by over 900 students.

The university recently put out a tender for a public address system to be installed in its foyer. Speech and music figure prominently at a college for the performing arts, so the prospective PA would have to satisfy some very lofty expectations. The foyer was to be covered from three angles with a directional system designed to the given architectural specifications. This PA would also have to tame the complex acoustics of a room with ceilings of different heights, a two-storey auditorium, and coverage zones with depths ranging from 15 to 25 meters. This client had some very specific ideas about size, looks and placement. Cabinets were to have a height of around 115 centimeters and be placed at a relatively flat angle so as not to jut out from the walls.

Auditions were held; the NXL 24-A came out on top. Made by the Italian vendor RCF, the NXL 24-A is an active line source speaker equipped with four custom-developed 6" RCF transducers, a compression driver with a 2.5" voice coil, and an asymmetrical horn with -25° / + 5° vertical and 100° horizontal directivity.

To meet Germany’s very strict fire safety regulations for public venues, RCF worked with the general contractor to develop a passive version of this speaker, with power amps housed in a remote central rack placed around 40 meters from the speakers.
25/11/2018 Corporate

The Loudspeaker System Showcase will run twice daily, Thursday – Saturday, featuring a music track as selected by a popular vote of participating companies and hosted by a neutral industry expert. NAMM Show attendees can also engage with the companies in their respected spaces in the Showcase to trial portable systems.

The new HDL-28A compact line array will be the featured flown system, along with the EVOX JMIX8 and J8 being demonstrated in the portable system category.

RCF is presenting several new products at The NAMM Show 2019. The HDL 26-A and HDL 28-A compact line array modules, three flyable complementary subwoofers HDL 35-ASHDL 36-AS, and HDL 38-AS add to the powerful HDL family. RDNet, RCF’s onboard proprietary network control and monitoring system, is featured on all these exciting new products.

The tour-ready D-Line, HD 15-A, and HD 35-A, are the latest additions in the 15” powered speaker family, with an innovative design and top-of-the-line performance. The ultra-high powered HDM 45-A is sure to be a crowd pleaser with a 2000 Watts amplifier and RDNet control.

The RCF TT+ line is poised to build on the no-compromise Touring & Theatre philosophy. Expanding on the TTL 6-A column array system, RCF developed a new concept of flexible arrayable speakers, the TT 4-ASeries. Variable waveguides: 100° x 25°,50° and 60° dispersion, an innovative rigging concept, RDNet, rotatable enclosure, and swappable components, the TT 4-A will soon be known as the “MacGyver Solution” of the RCF line.

RDNet Networked Management System sees great improvement with the release of version 3.1. Real-time Air Compensation and the new Bass Shaper function will help the system engineer with tuning and correcting low frequencies while maintaining the wanted tonal balance on the entire system. Shape Designer two-dimensional system design software is also now included within RDNet.

The RCF NAMM booth is the launch pad of the compact M 20X Digital Mixing Console, featuring motorized faders, multitrack recording, remote WiFi control, multimode PEQ, and many other technologies evolved directly from the acclaimed M 18 mixing platform. The RCF family of mixing consoles introduces F Series Mixers, comprising of four consoles from six to 16 channels, offering multi-FX, Single Control Compressors, and USB Recording capabilities. AYRA PRO Studio Monitors defines a new horizon in reference monitoring, featuring an outstanding 0° linear phase response for the first time in its class.

 
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BOOTH 18310
NAMM 2019
January 24-27, Anaheim, California
RCF LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEM SHOWCASE SCHEDULE 
Thursday 1/24/19
 3:00 p.m.
Friday 1/25/19
  4:00 p.m.
Saturday 1/26/19
 1:20 p.m.
25/11/2018 Event
The Eastern States Exposition, known as “The Big E,” set another attendance record this year with over 1.5-million visitors. It’s the only event in the country with a state fair-like structure in the nation where more than one state participates (six New England states partake). The 17 day event features daily Mardi Gras parades, a big top circus spectacular, 4-H and agriculture exposition, giant midway, car shows and daily entertainment on five stages.

All-in-all, the Big E schedule included over 200 shows on those stages. Massachusetts-based SCL Sound Systems has been providing production at The Big E for almost two decades. This year, owner and Production Manager Scott LaRochelle made the decision to use RCF powered speakers across all of the fair’s major stages. To accomplish this task, LaRochelle reached out to AudionX, a Vermont-based company and RCF partner who maintains a large inventory of cabinets.

“There is a variety of music on the stages,” said LaRochelle. “We can go from a classic rock act to hip-hop to pop in a matter of hours. I wanted to deploy rigs that sounded good and would handle the demands of the acts. I also wanted to get some time with the large format HDL50 rig,” And upon doing so, “All I can say is it was impressive. This was a good choice and certainly something the touring engineers were happy with.”

“Anytime you have a large event and a seasoned company like SCL trying something new, you always want to do everything you can to make sure things go right,” said AudionX owner Chris LaRocque. “RCF has always been a great partner and as usual their support team was available to us. They even brought in their worldwide support specialist Oscar Mora to assist us.”