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Join RCF's product presentations at NAMM 2016: HDL50-A and TTL6-A

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RCF will be hosting some special events during NAMM 2016, in order to present the company’s recent achievements in pro audio R&D.
JOIN US for our product demo at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim on Friday night, and you’ll have the chance to hear RCF's HDL50-A ultra-powerful line array for large events, following the success of HDL20-A, and TTL6-A line source – the latest addition to RCF’s top-of-the-range Touring and Theatre Series.
Please e-mail RCFHDL50@gmail.com for invitation and additional information.
FRIDAY, 22 JANUARY 6 - 8 pm : HDL50-A presentation 8 - 11 pm : TTL6-A presentation @ Phoenix Club, 1340 S Sanderson Ave, Anaheim, CA
Let’s make it loud!
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HDL50-A ACTIVE THREE-WAY LINE ARRAY MODULE The HDL50-A is an active three-way line array module for large events, indoors and outdoors. Equipped with 2x12” woofers, 4x symmetrical 6.5” midranges and two 2” drivers, it offers excellent playback quality and high sound pressure levels with a built in 4400W powerful digital amplifier. Using advanced neodymium magnets and a groundbreaking new housing constructed from lightweight plywood and polypropylene, it has a remarkably low weight.
TTL6-A ACTIVE THREE-WAY LINE ARRAY MODULE The TTL6-A is a high power, three-way, active line source engineered to deliver high fidelity output for use indoors and outdoors, for medium to large spaces. TTL 6-A provides all the advantages of line array technology, such as high direct sound, increased range and a uniform level distribution, with additional ease of use. It is the preferred sound set-up for stacked systems and when a wider dispersion is required. The 3-way TTL6-A line source is equipped with 2 x 12” low frequencies woofers, 4 x 6.5” midranges and a 3.0” voice coil compression driver with wave-guide for distinctive homogenous directivity. The integration of four channels of digital amplification and the advanced digital processing set a new standard for distortion, noise and thermal efficiency.
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