RCF plans PRO Show demos

RCF will take full advantage of the sound demo possibilities on offer at this year’s adjoining BPM and PRO Shows at Birmingham NEC (12-14 September 2015).

BPM’s PA Experience sound demonstration area – set up as a purpose-built gig-sized space – will feature the firm’s EVOX 12 and ART735A products.

According to RCF, the compact and easy to transport EVOX 12 is the most powerful line source in its class, with a built-in 1,400W power amplifier. The top section houses eight high performance neodymium 4” full range transducers with a phase plug, while the 15” subwoofer is designed to deliver powerful low frequency sound to reinforce a dance party or kick drum of a live band.

The ART 735-A is described as being unique in its category, equipped with a titanium dome, 3” voice coil and neo-compression driver. The 15in woofer is built to offer a linear response and precise deep, low frequency control, powered by a DSP-controlled 1,400W amplifier.

RCF’s booth (#F021) will be based in the PRO zone. Meanwhile, in the PRO Audio Demo Space, the company will demonstrate the TTL6-A, a three-way line source which was added to its Theatre & Touring range earlier this year. TTL6-A is fitted with 2 x 12” woofers for bass, 4 x 6.5” midrange and a 2” compression driver with waveguide for directivity.

Other new speakers that can be seen in static form on the RCF stand incloude the ART732-A multi-purpose full range speaker. The large compression driver with 3” voice coil promises great HF projection for larger or crowded venues.

Further products from the TT+ range, MkII versions of the TT22-A and TT25-A (pictured), will also be shown. The former is a flexible, high definition system housing high quality transducers (including 12” neodymium woofer) and an 1,100W Class D amp, while the latter contains a similar power source, but with a 15” neodymium woofer.

Finally, RCF will present its new M series digital M18 wi-fi mixer, launched earlier this year, which RCF says ‘marks a real breakthrough for the company.’