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Two new Iconyx models
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Two new Iconyx models

What is it?
A pair of new additions to the Iconyx range of digitally-steered array systems.

The ICL-LM-R is a low/mid-range module designed to augment a full-range IC Live array, adding “well-controlled” frequency directivity to a single or dual ICL-R equipped system. The enclosure houses seven 6.5” LF neodymium transducers said to significantly improve low/mid frequency pattern control and performance below 800Hz. With its matching IC Live enclosure, a single ICL-LM-R module can blend seamlessly with single or dual ICL-R modules and one or two IC212S-R or IC215S-R subwoofers to create a full-range live sound solution. Both portable (R models) and permanent installation (FR models) are available. The IC212S-R subwoofer is a dual 12” model designed for applications that do not require the extended LF range of the IC215S-R. IC Live beams can be steered up or down while the array remains vertical - and nearly invisible. Individual driver control is used to maximise the acoustical advantages of the design, said to provide enhanced vertical pattern control for intelligible speech in reverberant spaces.



Renkus-Heinz installed in new LAX terminal

Los Angeles’ stunning new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX benefits from a Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steerable column array. Consulting firm VSA Associates says the system helps overcome some of the building's acoustical challenges.