ICONYX

ICONYX

Digitally Steerable Line Array Loudspeaker Systems

Since 2005 Renkus-Heinz have been leading the field in Digitally Steerable loudspeakers.

ICONYX has now been installed in thousands of project worldwide, from LAX International Airport in Los Angeles to the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China.

Truly the most flexible, powerful and architecturally seamless, Digitally Steerable Column Array on the market Iconyx brings intelligible sound to even the most demanding acoustic environments.

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While Others Were Dreaming About It, ICONYX Was There


Back when most manufacturers were just starting to think about digitally steerable line arrays, ICONYX was already proving the theory. And while others are only now getting on board, Iconyx continues to refine and set the standard.

Engineered for the most challenging acoustical environments, Iconyx makes no compromises, delivering unrivaled intelligibility and full-range musicality. ICONYX steered beam technology gives you the power to design a sound system tailored to any environment. Multiple sonic beams can be independently aimed and contoured using the software-controlled DSP.

ICONYX R Series Digitally Controlled Column loudspeaker systems put the power of digital technology in your hands. Powerful digital processing and patented algorithms enable you to tightly focus sound energy only where it's needed, and away from reflective surfaces.

For Live, Portable and Fixed Installations, the original digitally steerable line array is still the leader.

Third Generation Triple Tweeter Technology

Multichannel audiophile amplifiers power arrays of purpose-designed coaxial transducers, each with its own triple tweeter high frequency array. This triple tweeter "array within an array" design reduces the distance between HF sources for greatly improved high frequency performance with consistent, broad horizontal dispersion.

Individual Transducer Control - Multiple Beams and Movable Acoustic Centers

Multi-channel Class D amplifiers and integrated DSP intelligence control each individual Iconyx array element with programmable precision and unequalled accuracy. The acoustic center of the array can be raised or lowered electronically, because all array elements are identical and equidistant.

RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network)

RHAON networked audio delivers a new level of control and flexibility. A single CAT 5 cable and standard Ethernet hardware is all it takes for multi-channel digital audio distribution, user-controlled DSP, user selectable presets and comprehensive remote system management and control.

Architecturally Transparent

The slim, low-profile ICONYX enclosure is designed to be heard but not seen. It mounts flush to walls and columns, blending invisibly into almost any architectural environment.

Doha Airport is Covered with ICONYX as Far as the Eye Can’t See
Doha Airport is Covered with ICONYX as Far as the Eye Can’t See

Doha, Qatar | September, 2014 - "All the loudspeakers are hidden. They have all been flush mounted and concealed behind grilles, or integrated into custom-designed stainless steel pillars. It's an architecturally stunning facility and the best Iconyx installation I've ever seen." - Norbert Bau, Renkus-Heinz Middle East Sales Manager

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Iconyx Covers Serious Space at Eaton World Headquarters
Iconyx Covers Serious Space at Eaton World Headquarters

Beachwood, OH | September, 2014 - "The key to the success of this system is in using very directional speakers, and placing them precisely. Steve Haas recommended Iconyx because it's an excellent speaker that throws well and has great directionality." - Brian Yates, Zenith Systems.

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Lawmakers in North Dakota Get Complete Coverage With Renkus-Heinz
Lawmakers in North Dakota Get Complete Coverage With Renkus-Heinz

Bismarck, ND | August, 2014 - "With the ICONYX IC24 arrays, we were able to able to address the reflections, dead spots, and hot spots by steering the sound – a beam for the balcony, and separate beams for the floor and under balcony areas." - Dallas Anderson, Tricorne Audio

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Galaxy Macau’s Giant Crystals are Covered with Renkus-Heinz
Galaxy Macau’s Giant Crystals are Covered with Renkus-Heinz

Macau, China | August, 2014 - Macau is one of China's hidden gems. Created as a special administrative region of the country, its famed Cotai Strip is modeled after its namesake in Las Vegas, awash with high-end casinos, resorts, and all the glitz that accompanies them.

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World Bank Counts on ICONYX
World Bank Counts on ICONYX

Washington, DC | July, 2014 - "We have heard only positive things since installing the ICONYX. Everybody is happy with the system, from the guys who are operating it on a daily basis, to the highest level." - Rodrigo Ordóñez, K2 Audio

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Slovak Medical University Complex Gets the Renkus-Heinz Treatment
Slovak Medical University Complex Gets the Renkus-Heinz Treatment

Banská Bystrica, Slovakia | July, 2014 - "The hall has always been very challenging acoustical space, and there were a lot of problems with spoken word intelligibility. The ICONYX systems really provided an excellent solution. Intelligibility has been dramatically improved, and their low profile design integrated nicely with the building's architecture." - Ing. Bohumil Tonkovic, MediaTech

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University of Oslo Dental School Opens Wide for Iconyx
University of Oslo Dental School Opens Wide for Iconyx

Oslo, Norway | June, 2014 - "Using the beam steering to its full potential, the ICONYX speakers were able to deliver great, well controlled speech intelligibility to the very back rows. It is difficult to imagine how a conventional loudspeaker could have delivered this type of performance." - Geir Kristoffersen, Cowi Consultaing Group

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Terminal One at Spain’s Valencia Airport Sounds the All Clear with ICONYX
Terminal One at Spain’s Valencia Airport Sounds the All Clear with ICONYX

Valencia, Spain | May, 2014 - "The ICONYX systems provide even sound pressure levels and the high intelligibility that is vital for delivering important information to the public. Flight announcements are clear, and passengers have the assurance that they can understand the message despite the background noise." - Diego Velázquez, LDA Audio Tech

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Opera Universitaria Goes High-Class with IC Live
Opera Universitaria Goes High-Class with IC Live

Trento, Italy | April, 2014 - The Opera Universitaria di Trento recently completed construction of its new student union, a modern building that is home to housing and financial offices, as well as fitness facilities including one of the country's largest climbing walls. It also houses a new, 240-seat performing arts theater, equipped with an extensive audio, video and lighting installation by Trento-based AV installers A&T Multimedia Srl.

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Challenging Texas Chapel Gets Help from Iconyx
Challenging Texas Chapel Gets Help from Iconyx

Tyler, TX | March, 2014 - "The Iconyx enabled us to take the first beam and push it right past where the choir mic is hung, to eliminate any feedback issues. That kind of precision is something we could have only done with the Iconyx." - Jason Brantley, Sound Logic Integrations.

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Iconyx Tames a Timeless Chamber
Iconyx Tames a Timeless Chamber

Dobbs Ferry, NY | March, 2014 - "With a project like this one, we always face a balance between the need to preserve the natural beauty of the architecture, and the need to create a space that is functional. The integration of the Iconyx series into the Mercy College Rotunda gave us the performance and intelligibility we needed, while maintaining the building's classic aesthetics. They were a great choice." - Leo Garrison, Metro Sound Pros

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Classic St. Louis Church Trades 12 for 1 with Iconyx
Classic St. Louis Church Trades 12 for 1 with Iconyx

Florissant, MO | March, 2014 - "Their issues are similar to that of a cathedral, on a smaller scale — it's a very reverberant space, and intelligibility suffers. We had recently used the Iconyx in the St. Louis Basilica, and when the monsignors heard how well it worked in the cathedral, they knew there was hope for theirs as well." - Gary Haselhorst, Cignal Systems

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Iconyx Brings a New Chapter to Historic Manhattan Church
Iconyx Brings a New Chapter to Historic Manhattan Church

New York, NY | January, 2014 - The brick and brownstone building that is home to New York's Seventh Day Adventist Church has stood on this tree-lined street in Greenwich Village since 1882. Today, this 1,000-seat historic landmark retains much of its original architecture and interior design, including grand Tiffany style stained-glass windows, smoothly aged, dark wooden pews, and high, vaulted ceilings. A magnificent organ rises high above the stage, and a balcony partially extends over the large, open auditorium.

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Iconyx Makes it Clear at St. Rose of Lima
Iconyx Makes it Clear at St. Rose of Lima

Simi Valley, CA | December, 2013 - When St. Rose of Lima was founded in 1921, the Arroyo Simi was a rural valley, sparsely populated with hardy farming families. Like much of Southern California, the area grew quickly, and the church's small congregation grew quickly. Today, St. Rose of Lima's bustling campus in Simi Valley is home to a 600-seat sanctuary, as well as elementary and middle schools, a meeting hall, offices and other community facilities.

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World Renowned Cathedral Gets World Class Sound with Iconyx
World Renowned Cathedral Gets World Class Sound with Iconyx

St Louis, MO | November, 2013 - "We took down twenty loudspeakers that were aimed all over the place, and replaced them with four Iconyx sources aimed with precision. You can hear someone now as if you were talking to them ten feet away." - Gary Haselhorst, Cignal Systems

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Iconyx Makes it Clear at Mizzou Aquatic Center
Iconyx Makes it Clear at Mizzou Aquatic Center

Columbia, MO | November, 2013 - "Having the ability to control our point sources and direct the sound exactly where we wanted it — and more importantly, to steer it away from the places we didn’t want it — made a tremendous difference. The sound in there now is crystal clear." - Brian Noerlinger, Conference Technologies, Inc.

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Iconyx Tames a Legendary Landmark
Iconyx Tames a Legendary Landmark

Beijing, China | October, 2013 - An icon of the modern People's Republic of China, Beijing's Great Hall of the People is truly a towering architectural achievement. The 1.9million square foot (171,800 sq m) hall, overlooking the city's Tiananmen Square, was originally constructed in just 10 months, officially opening in September 1959 to mark the 10th anniversary of the PRC. Designed by Zhang Bo, it has since become famous worldwide as the home of the National People's Congress.

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Iconyx Makes it Clear for Knollwood Baptist Church
Iconyx Makes it Clear for Knollwood Baptist Church

Winston-Salem, NC | October, 2013 - In February of 1957, a group of about 80 faithful founded Knollwood Baptist Church, meeting at a local funeral hall until their first chapel was completed in July. More than half a century later, Knollwood’s congregation numbers in the thousands, and their 1000-seat sanctuary offers multiple services each week.

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ICONYX Delivers For New State-Of-The-Art International Terminal at LAX
ICONYX Delivers For New State-Of-The-Art International Terminal at LAX

Los Angeles, CA | October, 2013 - When the Port of Los Angeles began construction on the new, expanded Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX three years ago, there was an unspoken understanding that the new structure would have to be an architectural tour-de-force, and a befitting ‘first impression’ for this iconic international city.

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Renkus-Heinz ICONYX Brings Clarity to Beirut Parliament
Renkus-Heinz ICONYX Brings Clarity to Beirut Parliament

Beirut, Lebanon | October, 2013 - The tall, domed central hall of the Lebanese Parliament building in Beirut has long been known as an acoustically challenging environment. But after many years and numerous attempts, a recent renovation has brought the building’s rogue reverberation under control, bringing clarity and high intelligibility to the iconic space with Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steered array loudspeakers.

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A Tale of Three Stations
A Tale of Three Stations

Poland | September, 2013 - The country was at the geo-political heart of the 2nd World War, with German invasion followed by Soviet occupation during the Cold War years. Every country around it also suffered, and it would take 50 years to reassert and rebuild a stable continent.

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Iconyx Welcomes You to Las Vegas
Iconyx Welcomes You to Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV | August, 2013 - Despite the recent real estate woes, Las Vegas remains one of the fastest growing cities in America. And as the city has grown, so has its airport. Along with the recent opening of its new 1.9 million square foot Terminal 3, McCarran International Airport has also revamped and renovated the original Terminal 1, including an updated sound system featuring dozens of Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steerable array loudspeakers.

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Iconyx Makes a Difference in Holy Cross' Hogan Ballroom
Iconyx Makes a Difference in Holy Cross' Hogan Ballroom

Worcester, MA | July, 2013 - The Boston metropolitan area is home to a number of colleges and universities rich in history and tradition. Among them, College of the Holy Cross stands out as one of the first Roman Catholic colleges in the region, if not the entire country. Its alumni include US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, NBC's Chris Matthews, and LSD pioneer Timothy Leary.

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Iconyx Brings High-Tech Sound to a Classic Church
Iconyx Brings High-Tech Sound to a Classic Church

Anniston, AL | July, 2013 - Parker Memorial Baptist is one of the area's most storied churches, with a history dating back to shortly after the Civil War. The landmark 19th century building and its 300-seat sanctuary have been lovingly preserved over the years, with its ornate columns and woodworking detail meticulously maintained.

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Renkus-Heinz Rolls Into Mercedes-Benz Plant
Renkus-Heinz Rolls Into Mercedes-Benz Plant

Vance, AL | July, 2013 - The Mercedes-Benz U.S. plant in Vance, Alabama, sees a lot of foot traffic. Not only does it serve as the manufacturing base for all Mercedes-Benz SUVs, it is also part of AIDT, a program launched by the Alabama state government in 1971 to train Alabama residents for skilled jobs.

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Expanded Renkus-Heinz Iconyx System for Stockholm's Ornate Katarina Church
Expanded Renkus-Heinz Iconyx System for Stockholm's Ornate Katarina Church

Stockholm, Sweden | July, 2013 - One of the major churches in south Stockholm, Katarina Church, was originally built by royal decree in the 17th century. It has been destroyed by fire twice and was reopened after the second rebuilding in 1995, restored to its former glory with a large dome and four smaller towers. It is a large and imposing building, seating up to 900 people in its wooden pews. In addition to its stone floors, white painted stone walls and splendid carved marble, is the gloriously ornate new organ, built by J.L. van den Heuvel Orgelbouw.

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Crystal Clear on the Metro Málaga
Crystal Clear on the Metro Málaga

Málaga, Spain | July, 2013 - Málaga, one of Europe's most historic cities, is building a much-needed new metro / subway rail network. And with the expertise of PA / VA integrators LDA AudioTech, Iconyx beam steering systems will make individual station announcements crystal clear.

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Heydar Aliyev: Iconyx Technology fit for Art
Heydar Aliyev: Iconyx Technology fit for Art

Baku, Azerbaijan | June, 2013 - If ever there was a work of architecture that called for performance technology worthy of its sleek and lustrous lines, then the curvaceous, otherworldly Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, must surely be it.

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Sweden's Torsåker Church Upgrades to Iconyx
Sweden's Torsåker Church Upgrades to Iconyx

Torsåker, Sweden | June, 2013 - Situated to the east of Hofors Municipality, Gävleborg County, in Sweden, a small rural town with less than 1000 inhabitants, the Torsåker Protestant church was completed in 1758, replacing the medieval church that had stood on the site since the 13th century. Outside the church are two rune stones, placed there during the 11th century and much sought after by adventurous tourists. Inside the church the altar piece and pulpit both date to the late 17th century, carved by master craftsman Marten Jonsson.

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Iconyx Brings Clarity to the Art of Living Foundation
Iconyx Brings Clarity to the Art of Living Foundation

Boone, NC | April, 2013 - Founded in 1981 by spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the Art of Living Foundation has evolved to become one of the world's largest volunteer-based humanitarian and educational non-governmental organizations. Working with the United Nations Economic and Social Council, the Foundation offers programs dedicated to health, education, eliminating stress, and restoring human values in more than 140 countries worldwide.

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University of Wisconsin's Schofield Auditorium Gets Next Gen IC Live
University of Wisconsin's Schofield Auditorium Gets Next Gen IC Live

Eau Claire, WI | March, 2013 - UW-Eau Claire's oldest building, the stately brick façade of Schofield Hall dates back to the beginnings of this storied campus in 1916. In addition to the University's main administration offices, the building is home to the Schofield Auditorium, a 600-seat multi-purpose venue...

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First Presbyterian Is Covered by Iconyx
First Presbyterian Is Covered by Iconyx

Tyler, TX | February, 2013 - The majestic white columns and stately brick edifice of First Presbyterian Church have welcomed generations of worshipers in this east Texas town for nearly a century. Recently the church's much-beloved 650-seat sanctuary underwent a major makeover that included new seating and décor, and a new sound system based around the Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steered column array loudspeakers.

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Iconyx Delivers for the Daily Planet
Iconyx Delivers for the Daily Planet

Raleigh, NC | December, 2012 - Already one of the largest facilities of its kind, Raleigh's Museum of Natural Sciences recently completed work on an impressive new addition: the 80,000 square foot Nature Research Center (NRC). Featuring state-of-the-art labs, research opportunities, and numerous interactive exhibits, the crown jewel of the new NRC wing is surely the SECU Daily Planet, an intensely immersive, three-story multimedia space...

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Iconyx Delivers a Top-Down Approach for Two Aquatic Centers
Iconyx Delivers a Top-Down Approach for Two Aquatic Centers

Chilliwack, BC, Canada | December, 2012 - For an audio professional, creating a sound system for a large aquatic center is not a simple task. The combination of high walls, corrugated metal roofs, and an abundance of concrete, glass, and water makes for an acoustical environment that is far from pretty, even before it's packed with noisy revelers.

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New Sound System is Music to Sisters' Ears
New Sound System is Music to Sisters' Ears

Sinsinawa, WI | November, 2012 - Sinsinawa is a Native American term for "rattlesnake," or "home of the young eagle." But Sinsinawa Mound, Wisconsin is better known as the home of the Congregation of Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. Since 1847, more than 3,200 women have ascended the "Hill of Grace" to take their vows as Sinsinawa Dominicans. Today the village is still home to their worldwide headquarters, including more than 600 current and retired sisters of the Order.

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Sweden's Leading Cathedral Expands With Iconyx
Sweden's Leading Cathedral Expands With Iconyx

Lund, Sweden | October, 2012 - Lund Cathedral in Sweden, the country's oldest and largest church and which dates back to 1080, has expanded its permanently installed RHAON-equipped Iconyx digitally steerable system with the addition of a further IC16/8-R-II active array above its altar.

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Iconyx Tames the Modern Art of Denver's Clyfford Still Museum
Iconyx Tames the Modern Art of Denver's Clyfford Still Museum

Denver, CO | October, 2012 - One of the giants in post-WWII American painting, Clyfford Still dropped out of the commercial art world in 1951. When he died in 1980, he willed entire collection to an American city willing to create a permanent home for it.

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Iconyx Brings Clarity to US Capitol Rotunda
Iconyx Brings Clarity to US Capitol Rotunda

Washington, DC | October, 2012 - America's capitol city is rich in history, and one of its most revered landmarks is the United States Capitol building. Thousands of people tour the Capitol each day, and for most their visit includes the vast Central Rotunda.

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Iconyx Helps Renew Reno Church
Iconyx Helps Renew Reno Church

Reno, NV | September, 2012 - The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd built their first sanctuary in downtown Reno in 1951. Over the years the church's congregation has grown steadily, straining the limits of their small facility. Now, after more than 60 years the church has been rewarded with a new 500-seat worship center, directly adjacent to the original sanctuary.

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Bridgestone Technical Center Gets Great Sound with Iconyx
Bridgestone Technical Center Gets Great Sound with Iconyx

Akron, OH | September, 2012 - Akron, Ohio has a long and storied history as the heart of the US tire business. In April of 2012 the city celebrated that proud heritage with the grand opening of Bridgestone Americas' 260,000-square-foot worldwide technical center. The USD $100m research and development facility was designed by...

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Iconyx Helps St. Joseph Parish Focus the Message
Iconyx Helps St. Joseph Parish Focus the Message

Needham, MA | August, 2012 - St Joseph Parish has been a part of this community for more than 100 years, beginning with a humble wooden church in 1894 and expanding its campus over the years to include a convent, elementary and middle schools, and a range of ministries. In 1966, having outgrown its existing sanctuary, the church completed construction of their current building.

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Iconyx Breathes New Life into Eden Resort Courtyard
Iconyx Breathes New Life into Eden Resort Courtyard

Lancaster, PA | July, 2012 - Champagne Sunday Brunch in the Eden Courtyard at the Best Western Eden Resort & Suites has become a local area tradition, attracting patrons with an ever-changing menu that draws from the region's finest seasonal ingredients. But while the Courtyard is known for its dining and social events, the room's acoustics have long made it a challenge to attract speaking engagements. With its 40-foot-high glass ceiling, hard stone floor and hard walls, the room's reverberation made intelligibility nearly non-existent.

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Landmark Kansas City Venue Gets the Full Renkus-Heinz Treatment
Landmark Kansas City Venue Gets the Full Renkus-Heinz Treatment

Kansas City, MO | July, 2012 - The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is the centerpiece of Kansas City's downtown revival. The futuristic 285,000-square-foot, $413 million project links the city's downtown center with its landmark Crossroads Arts and Power & Light Districts, and is home to the Kansas City Symphony...

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IC Live Turns The Tables For Oslo's Modern Church
IC Live Turns The Tables For Oslo's Modern Church

Oslo, Norway | July, 2012 - The Sofiemyr church in Oslo is a striking modern building, with bare brick walls, a tiled floor and wooden ceiling. Light pours in from a huge stained glass window and other windows in the corners.

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Iconyx Gives Initiatives of Change a Clear Hearing
Iconyx Gives Initiatives of Change a Clear Hearing

Caux, Switzerland | June, 2012 - Above the clear waters of Lake Geneva, in the small village resort of Caux overlooking Montreux, the locally-nicknamed 'Cinderella's Castle' hosts an annual series of conferences hosted by CAUX-Initiatives of Change.

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Landmark Oklahoma City Church Finds a Sound Solution with Iconyx
Landmark Oklahoma City Church Finds a Sound Solution with Iconyx

Oklahoma City, OK | June, 2012 - The distinctive white vaulted roof of Oklahoma City's First Christian Church stands as an eye-catching landmark to residents and visitors alike. One of this city's founding houses of worship, First Christian Church has inhabited several locations since its 1889 origin, moving to its current location in 1956.

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Chicago's College Church Offers a Landmark IC Squared Installation
Chicago's College Church Offers a Landmark IC Squared Installation

Wheaton, IL | April, 2012 - Founded in 1861 with close ties to Wheaton College, College Church has achieved a reputation as one of the most influential churches in America.

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DK Vascom Upgrades Donam-Dong Catholic Church With Iconyx
DK Vascom Upgrades Donam-Dong Catholic Church With Iconyx

Donam-Dong, Seoul, South Korea | March, 2012 - Dai Kyung Vascom, Renkus-Heinz distributor for South Korea, recently installed a pair of Iconyx digitally steerable array loudspeakers as part of an overall audio system upgrade for the Donam-dong Catholic church in Donam-dong, Seoul, South Korea.

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Iconyx Blends Right in at First United Methodist
Iconyx Blends Right in at First United Methodist

Conway, SC | March, 2012 - The bell tower of First United Methodist Church has been a landmark in this coastal city’s historic downtown since the early 1960s.

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TM Audio specs Renkus-Heinz IC Live for Museum Speelklok
TM Audio specs Renkus-Heinz IC Live for Museum Speelklok

Utrecht, Netherlands | February, 2012 - A beautifully renovated museum boasting Europe's largest collection of street organs has had its central space turned into a live performance area, attracting top Dutch artists, with its acoustics tamed by a Renkus-Heinz IC Live system installed by TM Audio.

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St. Gabriel's Catholic Church Sings Praises for Iconyx Digitally Steerable Loudspeakers
St. Gabriel's Catholic Church Sings Praises for Iconyx Digitally Steerable Loudspeakers

Poway, CA | January, 2012 - More than a decade has passed since Fr. Michael Froidurotand the planning committee at St. Gabriel's Catholic Church set in motion their vision for a new worship space. Recently, the church unveiled their long-awaited new sanctuary to thundering applause from the congregation...

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Iconyx Helps St. Matthews Get the Message Across
Iconyx Helps St. Matthews Get the Message Across

Pacific Palisades, CA | January, 2012 - Nestled in the rolling canyons of Pacific Palisades, Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church is one of the area's oldest and largest parishes. The sprawling 42-acre grounds are home to multiple buildings including St. Matthew's Day School and Pre-School, as well as recreational facilities and the highly acclaimed Moore Ruble Yudell-designed sanctuary.

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Toronto's Prestigious National Club Modernizes Sound System with Renkus-Heinz
Toronto's Prestigious National Club Modernizes Sound System with Renkus-Heinz

Toronto, Canada | January, 2012 - Hidden in plain view amongst the towering skyscrapers of Toronto’s downtown financial district, The National Club is one of the city’s most prestigious landmarks. The non-political members-only organization serves as private retreat for its clientele, including many of Canada’s current and future leaders.

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Iconyx Makes the Grade in Missouri State University's Carrington Hall
Iconyx Makes the Grade in Missouri State University's Carrington Hall

Springfield, MO | January, 2012 - Carrington Hall was the first building to open its doors on the Missouri State University campus in 1908, and has lived through many incarnations since then. Today Carrington Hall serves as the university’s administration building, and its previously unused, antiquated auditorium has been renovated and modernized.

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Greater Beth-El Temple Renovates with Iconyx IC Live
Greater Beth-El Temple Renovates with Iconyx IC Live

Omaha, NE | December, 2011 - The restoration of Omaha's Greater Beth-El Temple is complete after a June 2008 arson fire set by mischievous neighborhood youths that nearly destroyed the Apostolic Christian church, popular among Omaha's African-American community. The congregation was forced to relocate while the temple underwent a complete renovation.

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Iconyx Sparks Up Summer in Sea Isle City
Iconyx Sparks Up Summer in Sea Isle City

Sea Isle City, NJ | October, 2011 - The beach communities on New Jersey's eastern shore are popular tourist destinations during the summer months. Sea Isle City, a picturesque coastal town on Ludlam Island, sees an annual influx of nearly 40,000 vacationers between Memorial Day and Labor Day, and hosts a multitude of free events including beach parties, outdoor concerts and other activities.

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Historic St. Joseph’s Cathedral is Reborn with Iconyx
Historic St. Joseph’s Cathedral is Reborn with Iconyx

Sioux Falls, SD | October, 2011 - Originally constructed in 1919, St. Joseph’s Cathedral in Sioux Falls, SD recently put the finishing touches on a decade-long restoration project. Totaling more than $16 million, the extensive renovation and restoration process of the majestic church was overseen by acclaimed architect Duncan G. Stroik.

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IC Live Delivers For Qatar Soccer Stadiums
IC Live Delivers For Qatar Soccer Stadiums

Qatar, Middle East | September, 2011 - Two soccer stadiums in Qatar have each been equipped with a uniquely designed Renkus-Heinz IC Live digitally beam steerable PA system, configured to deliver music, safety announcements and match commentary in the largely roofless venues, which are owned by the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC).

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Dallas Winspear Opera House is Alive with the Sound of Renkus-Heinz
Dallas Winspear Opera House is Alive with the Sound of Renkus-Heinz

Dallas, TX | September, 2011 - More than a quarter century in the making, Dallas' AT&T Performing Arts Center is a cultural nexus in the city's revitalized downtown arts district. The area is home to a number of different entertainment venues, from the Dallas Symphony's Meyerson Auditorium and the intimate Wyly Theatre...

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Poland's Royal Castle Upgrades to Iconyx
Poland's Royal Castle Upgrades to Iconyx

Warsaw, Poland | September, 2011 - Two Iconyx digitally steerable loudspeaker systems and a building-wide digital audio network have been provided for Poland's most historic building by M. Ostrowski Company, system integrator and Renkus-Heinz distributor for Poland.

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Renkus-Heinz Provides the Sound for Dubai's  Spectacular Swim Stadium
Renkus-Heinz Provides the Sound for Dubai's Spectacular Swim Stadium

Dubai, UAE | September, 2011 - Rising like an elegant blue wave from the sands of the Arabian Peninsula, the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Sports Complex is a stunningly futuristic building.

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Brazil Central Adventist Church Redesigns Sound with Iconyx by Renkus-Heinz
Brazil Central Adventist Church Redesigns Sound with Iconyx by Renkus-Heinz

Curitiba, Brazil | August, 2011 - The Central Adventist Church of Curitiba is considered an architectural landmark in this thriving capital of the southern Brazilian province of Paraná. In fact, the newly expanded Seventh Day Adventist church is so notable that its recent inauguration was commemorated on a Brazilian postage stamp.

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Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Series Creates Superior Sound  at Historic Our Lady of Victory Basilica
Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Series Creates Superior Sound at Historic Our Lady of Victory Basilica

Lackawanna, NY | August, 2011 - Our Lady of Victory National Shrine and Basilica is one of New York's popular tourist destinations. Long renowned for its impressive collection of religious artwork and breathtaking 19th century French architecture, the church receives nearly 2,000 visitors monthly who come to attend services...

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Renkus-Heinz Provides Serene Sound  for St. Benedict's Monastery
Renkus-Heinz Provides Serene Sound for St. Benedict's Monastery

Snowmass, CO | June, 2011 - A short but breathtaking drive from trendy Aspen, St. Benedict's Monastery reflects the natural serenity of its majestic surroundings. Nestled in a valley on several thousand acres in western Colorado's Elk Mountains, it offers spectacular views of nearby Mt. Sopris' twin summits.

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Renkus-Heinz tames the Baroque
Renkus-Heinz tames the Baroque

Hamburg, Germany | May, 2011 - Hamburg’s iconic St Michaelis church, the most venerated church among German Protestants, has been equipped with one of Europe’s largest Iconyx digital beam steering systems.

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Beloved L.A. Chapel Gets an Audio Makeover with Iconyx
Beloved L.A. Chapel Gets an Audio Makeover with Iconyx

Los Angeles, CA | March, 2011 - Completed in 1955, Loyola Marymount University’s Sacred Heart Chapel has been a part of the Los Angeles coastline for more than a half century. It’s a majestic space, a basilica-style church spanning some 26,000 square feet and accommodating more than 1,000. Its tall stained glass windows, long hanging chandeliers, terrazzo tile and concrete and marble pillars make for an architectural gem, but create something of an acoustical nightmare.

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Iconyx Combines Aesthetics with Quality Sound at St. Columb’s
Iconyx Combines Aesthetics with Quality Sound at St. Columb’s

Ridgeland, MS | March, 2011 - One hundred miles from the start of the historic Natchez Trace, the city of Ridgeland, MS is steeped in the rich tradition of Southern Hospitality, with a small town charm and big city amenities. Ridgeland is the birthplace of country music artist Faith Hill and home to St. Columb’s Episcopal Church.

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Iconyx Helps St. Louis Church Sound as Good as it Looks
Iconyx Helps St. Louis Church Sound as Good as it Looks

Affton, MO | February, 2011 - This leafy St. Louis suburb is home to Seven Holy Founders Church, one of the four original North American monasteries of the Servite Order, whose roots date back to 11th century Florence. The church is an impressive sight, a broad and stately eight-sided structure of brick and glass. But while the soaring 28-foot ceilings and ornate stained glass may be visually and spiritually inspiring, they create an acoustical environment that is less than ideal.

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Iconyx Tames a Legendary Challenge
Iconyx Tames a Legendary Challenge

Omaha, NE | February, 2011 - For history buffs, the idea of turning a classic old train station into a museum scores high on the Really Cool Ideas scale. For the person tasked with designing a sound system for said museum, not so much.

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Iconyx Makes it Clear for Meridian’s First Baptist Church
Iconyx Makes it Clear for Meridian’s First Baptist Church

Meridian, MS | February, 2011 - Although the large megachurches get plenty of headlines and recognition, most systems designers will tell you, it’s the mid-size church market that keeps them in business. For every high-profile mammoth cathedral, there are hundreds of under-1000 capacity sanctuaries in need of better audio. Not surprisingly, a considerable number of them can be found in the Southern Bible Belt.

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Iconyx Helps Shape New Worship Environment
Iconyx Helps Shape New Worship Environment

Greensboro, NC | February, 2011 - When St. Pius Tenth Parish first opened its doors in 1955, Greensboro had already become the state’s third-largest city, an industrial center whose population was still expanding. Now, more than half a century later, the parish’s congregation has swelled to well over 1000. After several decades of holding multiple services in a 300-seat sanctuary, the church recently dedicated their spacious new facility.

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Iconyx Helps Hartselle Church Congregants Reflect on Great Sound
Iconyx Helps Hartselle Church Congregants Reflect on Great Sound

Hartselle, AL | September, 2010 - Hartselle’s newest house of worship, Hartselle Church of Christ, boasts beautiful, inspirational architecture featuring high ceilings and ornate brickwork. It’s an impressive looking sanctuary, and the church’s elders are understandably proud.

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Iconyx Tames Virginia’s Science Museum
Iconyx Tames Virginia’s Science Museum

Richmond, VA | August, 2010 - Richmond, Virginia is a city steeped in history. The state capitol is home to some of America’s most legendary architecture, including the majestic building that now houses the Science Museum of Virginia. Built in 1917 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the former Broad Street Railway Station is a grand and vast space replete with massive rotunda, soaring domed roof, granite floors and marble walls.

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Classic Church Gets Classy Upgrade with Iconyx
Classic Church Gets Classy Upgrade with Iconyx

Davidson, NC | June, 2010 - The sanctuary at Davidson College Presbyterian Church has been fitted with a new sound system utilizing high-performance, low-profile Renkus-Heinz Iconyx loudspeaker systems.

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Iconyx Delivers Clarity in US $3m Washington Church Upgrade
Iconyx Delivers Clarity in US $3m Washington Church Upgrade

Foothill Ranch, CA | May, 2010 - A Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Digitally Beam Steerable loudspeaker system, installed by CTSI, has been chosen as the audio centerpiece of a $3 million renovation of the venerable Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church in Washington, DC.

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Iconyx Helps Restore a Texas Landmark
Iconyx Helps Restore a Texas Landmark

Highland Park, TX | May, 2010 - Highland Park United Methodist Church (HPUMC) at Southern Methodist University (SMU), which dates back to 1916, has recently undergone a major renovation that includes a new pipe organ, sanctuary refurbishment and Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Digitally Steerable Array loudspeakers, specified by Kirkegaard & Associates and installed by Clair Brothers Systems.

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Classic Sanctuary Gets a Modern Sound with Iconyx
Classic Sanctuary Gets a Modern Sound with Iconyx

Hershey, PA | March, 2010 - St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church has updated their 1960s-vintage sanctuary with a new Iconyx system, meeting the needs of both traditional and contemporary worship.

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Renkus-Heinz Beam Steering Arrays Bring Clarity to the University of Cologne Auditorium
Renkus-Heinz Beam Steering Arrays Bring Clarity to the University of Cologne Auditorium

Cologne, Germany | March, 2010 - German system designers hartmann+mathias partnerschaft and acoustic consultants Peutz have unveiled a new audio system for the auditorium of Cologne University. Four Renkus-Heinz ICONYX IC 24 digitally steerable array loudspeakers, supplied by German distributor atlantic audio, deliver precisely focused speech and music, with installation by Light Tec Medientechnik.

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Iconyx Steerable Arrays Clearly Project President Obama’s Nobel Peace Message – And Keep A Low Profi
Iconyx Steerable Arrays Clearly Project President Obama’s Nobel Peace Message – And Keep A Low Profi

Oslo, Norway | December, 2009 - US President Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace prize acceptance speech marked a glittering début for Oslo City Council Hall’s new, low-profile Renkus-Heinz Iconyx IC32 Digitally Steerable Array system. Although scarcely visible, the IC32s and matching subwoofers handled both the Nobel laureate’s speech and world-class musical performances equally effortlessly.

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Iconyx Helps Fayette Local Schools Maximize New Multipurpose Building
Iconyx Helps Fayette Local Schools Maximize New Multipurpose Building

Foothill Ranch, CA | October, 2009 - Fayette Local Schools, a public K-12 school in the small rural community of Fayette, Ohio, USA, has installed two pairs of Renkus-Heinz ICONYX digitally steerable line arrays to maximise the utility and value of two key spaces in its new building.

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At St. Peter Chanel, Natural Beauty Meets New Technology
At St. Peter Chanel, Natural Beauty Meets New Technology

Foothill Ranch, CA | October, 2009 - Founded in 1998 as a mission of St. Ann’s in Marietta, Georgia, St. Peter Chanel has grown continually from its original six families, becoming a parish in 2000, and today includes over 2500 families. A new church, completed in 2008, adds a traditional neo-Gothic note to the St. Peter Chanel campus, yet features a highly contemporary audio system featuring Renkus-Heinz Iconyx Digitally Steerable Array loudspeakers.

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Iconyx helps clarify education in Frankfurt
Iconyx helps clarify education in Frankfurt

Foothill Ranch, CA | August, 2009 - Mainz-based integration firm BFE Studio und Medien Systeme has specified Renkus-Heinz ICONYX IC16 Digitally Steerable Arrays as part of extensive presentation, sound reinforcement and conference facilities in three new buildings on Campus Westend of the Frankfurt University in Germany.

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Iconyx Goes the Last 100 Yards for National Infantry Museum
Iconyx Goes the Last 100 Yards for National Infantry Museum

Foothill Ranch, CA | August, 2009 - It is said that no battle is won without boots on the ground, and those boots belong to the ground forces. Located outside the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia, the National Infantry Museum honors the oldest and largest branch of the U.S. Army. The signature attraction at the new museum, called "The Last 100 Yards," relies on Renkus-Heinz ICONYX steerable array loudspeakers in its portrayal of 234 years of infantry history.

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Iconic St Mark’s Church Gets Iconyx Treatment
Iconic St Mark’s Church Gets Iconyx Treatment

Foothill Ranch, CA | August, 2009 - For St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, a registered San Francisco landmark built in 1895, the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake was the second major seismic event it had withstood. 15 years on from a government-mandated seismic retrofit that addressed considerable cosmetic damage the church commissioned a new sound system.

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Iconyx Transforms 1st Presbyterian Church, Cranford, NJ
Iconyx Transforms 1st Presbyterian Church, Cranford, NJ

Foothill Ranch, CA | June, 2009 - Built in 1894 by Irish carpenters, the elegant 1st Presbyterian Church in Cranford, NJ, is delivering clearer services to its congregations courtesy of a new audio system featuring Renkus-Heinz ICONYX IC8 digitally steerable array loudspeakers.

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Dubliners Drink to Sygma
Dubliners Drink to Sygma

Foothill Ranch, CA | April, 2009 - Deep in the heart of New York City’s Financial District, two blocks from Wall Street, the newly refurbished Dubliner Irish pub opened its doors in March, equipped with a compact Renkus-Heinz SYGMA SG Series distributed sound system, installed by Starview Satellite Corporation of Flushing, NY.

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ICONYX Brings Quality Sound to Vietnamese Martyr’s Catholic Church
ICONYX Brings Quality Sound to Vietnamese Martyr’s Catholic Church

Foothill Ranch, CA | April, 2009 - The Vietnamese Martyr’s Catholic Church (VMCC), built Americans, has installed a Renkus-Heinz ICONYX digitally steerable audio system to bring a new clarity to its 900 seat sanctuary, with CFX121 system covering the Great Hall that’s used as an overflow area for larger meetings and performances.

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North Davis Church of Christ gets new AV Solution with Iconyx
North Davis Church of Christ gets new AV Solution with Iconyx

Foothill Ranch, CA | April, 2009 - North Davis Church of Christ in Arlington, TX., over 100 years old, recently replaced its loudspeaker system with three Renkus-Heinz ICONYX digitally steerable arrays in a unique configuration designed to complement the church’s new video screens as the first stage of a complete sanctuary renovation.

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Renkus-Heinz Iconyx steers a European first at Wexford Opera House
Renkus-Heinz Iconyx steers a European first at Wexford Opera House

Wexford, Ireland | December, 2008 - A pioneering installation at the new Wexford Opera House in Ireland marks a European first for auditorium sound – digitally steerable auditorium audio.

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Iconyx Gives St Patrick's Cathedral Auckland, Ears
Iconyx Gives St Patrick's Cathedral Auckland, Ears

Auckland, New Zealand | April, 2008 - System integrator Magness Sound has specified a Renkus-Heinz Iconyx loudspeaker system to bring the sound in St Patrick's Cathedral in Auckland up to 21st century standards - both acoustically and aesthetically.

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Stockholm Central Railway Gains Iconyx
Stockholm Central Railway Gains Iconyx

Stockholm, Sweden | January, 2008 - A new audio installation designed to transform the PA/VA intelligibility on the concourse of Stockholm’s historic, 19th century Central Railway Station is the latest phase in a multi-million-Kroner upgrade of the country’s national rail network passenger information systems.

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King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Jeddah
King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Jeddah

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | January, 2008 - The six-week period rigorously tests all of the airport's announcement and safety facilities. At 465,000 sq m in size, the Hajj Terminal is the world's second largest air terminal after Hong Kong International Airport's terminal.

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ViewUser ManualICONYX ICR-II Users Manual
ViewEASE Focus II GLL & DLLEASE Data for Iconyx Series Speakers
ViewFlush Mounting GuideFlush Mount Guide
ViewRecess Mounting GuideICR-II Recess Mounting Guide
ViewRecess Mounting GuideICR-II Recess Mounting Guide PDF
ViewSeries BrochureICONYX Series Brochure
ViewHinge Kit DrawingICR-II Hinge Kit Drawing
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ViewApplication NoteIconyx RHAON RS485 Commands
ViewAssembly DrawingsIC-R-II Assembly Drawing (Incl Hinge Kit)