Morlini continues, "The subs are configured in a gradient array arrangement with two straight lines electronically curved, respectively, of 12 and 10 modules of RCF TTS 56-A. This ensures the necessary cancellation on stage and effective control of directivity even at low frequencies, which is a fundamental requirement inside arenas. Additionally, the front of the stage is covered with 4 modules of RCF HDL 26-A. The entire system is controlled via RDNet in version 5.0, which will soon be available to all TT+ Audio users. This allows us to fully control the entire GTX system powered by RCF XPS amplifiers simultaneously with modules with TTL, TTS and HDL amplifiers as a single system. With RDNet, I can manage hybrid systems and control all parameters in real-time from a single control window."
Simone Squillario, Ligabue's sound engineer, adds, "We had the good fortune to use the GTX system even before it was released to the market, during the tour dates outdoors. We are now bringing the system into Italian indoor arenas: situations that are much more complex acoustically. We have already had our first successes; the system responds well to the mix and can reach even the most distant spectators with extreme detail across the entire frequency range. I am very satisfied with the performance, in particular the response to transients, the clarity in the sound texture and the vocal definition. All essential in genres like rock with many electric guitars, like Luciano's."