PN/PNX Series loudspeakers integrate the entire signal chain from line level to listener into compact two-way systems. Breakthrough performance demands it.
PN/PNX Series loudspeaker systems integrate the entire signal chain - from line level to listener - into a compact, two-way system.
Renkus-Heinz engineering begins with the highest quality components: advanced transducers developed with the world’s leading manufacturers, no-compromise analog and digital electronics, and our unique Complex Conic horns. From there, our proprietary design process creates the most transparent, uncolored systems available.
Whether you need a single defined-coverage loudspeaker, a Reference Point Array, or distributed sources, PN/PNX Series loudspeakers can help you configure a complete, integrated system to meet the precise needs of your application. Choose PN Series PowerNet loudspeakers for integrated electronics, or non-powered PNX Series loudspeakers when your system needs external signal processing and amplification.
Complex Conic: The Next Step in Horn Evolution
Designed around the spherical expansion of the acoustic pressure wave, Complex Conic horns provide constant beamwidth / directivity without the problems associated with conventional rectangular horns.
These unique waveguides eliminate low frequency “pattern flip. ” Their circular mouths have no corners to cause high frequency “feathering” and the resulting distortion.
The results are audible: accurate pattern control, lower distortion and minimal coloration.
PN-1 and PN-1R PowerNet Amplifiers
The PN-1, the heart of PowerNet performance, is a new kind of intelligent electronics system. It combines low feedback Class A/B amplification and comprehensive signal processing into a single compact unit.
Crossovers and parametric EQ are integrated into the signal path. Loudspeaker-specific processing senses when output levels are about to damage the system and limits them to safe levels.
The PN-1R adds RHAON, the Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network. RHAON empowers you with full control over digital audio distribution, loudspeaker specific DSP and remote control/ monitoring - all using standard Ethernet hardware and cable.
The PN-1R offers dual analog inputs, dual CobraNet inputs and an AES3id serial input. Onboard DSP includes eight bands of parametric EQ, high and low shelving filters, delay and input level control, and is easily configured using RHAON software. Critical operating parameters such as signal clipping, amplifier output voltage and current, and temperature are continually monitored with automatic alert functions.
All portable PN/PNX models include tripod sockets and looping (in and out) Neutrik 4-pin Speak-on connectors.
Handles are also provided, except for the ultra-compact PN61 and PNX61 models. AeroQuip Fly-track is another popular option available on all models except for the PN61 and PNX61.
Standard PN and PNX Series finish is flat black. Optional finishes include white, “natural” ready-to-stain (sanded, unfinished). Custom colors are also available to match any decor.
Externally powered PNX Series loudspeakers are also available with weatherized woofer cones and connectors, in weather resistant fiberglass or Tufftex Elastomer finishes that are practically impervious to the elements.
Installation models are normally provided with twelve 1/4-20 attachment points which allow the enclosures to be easily flown in any plane using eye bolts.
U-brackets are another option on all models except for the PN151 and PNX151.
For wall or ceiling mounting applications, Omnimount nut-plates and mounting hardware are available on all models.
R-Hang array mounting hardware is available for all 2, 3, and 4 wide PN and PX “121” and “151” arrays.
Gyeongju, Korea | May, 2016 - It's rare that a project is so essential that even its identity has to be protected. Yet near to South Korean city of Gyeongju, in the province of Gyeongsang, the recently opened headquarters of one of Asia's largest power companies is so important that its name can't even be printed. Yet even the largest projects can run into familiar challenges, and like thousands of less secretive installations, when this facility encountered acoustic problems, it turned to a name it already knew – Renkus-Heinz.Read More
New York, NY | March, 2016 - "We're fortunate to be very busy, and it's great to know we've got systems we can count on, day in and day out. Our Renkus-Heinz systems are well-built and dependable, and they sound great. They really take our sound to a whole other level." - Bill Taylor, Taylor ProductionsRead More
Karbala, Iraq | July, 2015 - "It was truly an amazing opportunity to work with these Renkus-Heinz products. Despite the many constraints we had with it being a holy site, I think we have built an effective and attractive solution." - Abdulrazzak Hummadi, Qurtuba Broadcasting and Communications ServicesRead More
Winnipeg, Manitoba | February, 2015 - "I have had great success with Renkus-Heinz in similarly challenging spaces, especially their Iconyx arrays. The pattern control and fidelity they offer are ideal for applications like this, which require working closely with architects, engineers and AV designers to deliver the intended sound without bleeding throughout the exhibit galleries." - Steve Haas, SH AcousticsRead More
Roebuck, SC | November, 2014 - "VARIA was an ideal choice for this venue because its variable coverage pattern enabled us to use fewer boxes to achieve the same coverage. The result was a reduction in both cost and weight, as well as improved sightlines." - David Clyburn, MusicraftRead More
Shawnee, OK | November, 2014 - "We used the IC Live's beam steering capabilities to fill the balcony and the main floor of the church. The IC Live's beam steering technology eliminated the need for front fills, which made for a cleaner look overall." - Danny Nix, AVL SystemsRead More
Incheon, South Korea | August, 2014 - "The PN102 line arrays were selected for their accurate and even coverage pattern, providing consistent coverage to every seat in the hall. RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network) control was another important factor in selecting the system, enabling networked DSP control over the entire system." - Patrick Han, Daikyung VascomRead More
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.Read More
Riverhead, NY | August, 2014 - "Renkus-Heinz voices their boxes with a real belief in the human voice. When I hear vocals coming out of these boxes, they sound like they should even before I touch an EQ. That's very important to me. Intelligibility, warmth, depth, character — that's what the human voice is all about, and it translates to the instruments in the orchestra. If you get human voices to just sound right, you have done your work. And the Renkus-Heinz boxes do that beautifully." - Stuart J. Allyn, A.D.R. Studios, Inc.Read More
Oakville, ON | July, 2014 - "When you put a focused and committed performer thru quality product, the talent and passion don't get lost in the technology. The Renkus-Heinz system gives us the clarity and audiophile experience we were looking for. We really have the best sounding small scale performance space in the city." - Allan Merriam, Merriam School of MusicRead More
Wuhu City, Anhui Province, China | June, 2014 - "The client has exceptionally high standards, which makes us even more pleased with the results of the system. We felt confident that the Renkus-Heinz technology was a great fit for this application, and we are proud to say it has met and even exceeded our expectations." - JY Hui, CAH/TicoRead More
Sochi, Russia | February, 2014 - "It was a great pleasure to work with the Renkus-Heinz system. I've heard many good things about their patented wave guides, but this was my first experience using their products on a large-scale project, and it was awesome. I've had so many great comments about the sound quality, from the athletes, from the spectators, and even from the heads of the Olympic Committee." -- Vladislav Azarov, Avallon Ltd.Read More
Slovenia | November, 2013 - "As one of Slovenia's largest rental companies, we work on a wide range of events, from national celebrations and congresses to concerts, TV shows, and many others. We use Renkus-Heinz systems exclusively because they deliver powerful performance, they are dependable, and they sound great."
-- Metod Komatar, Akustika Pirman
Cartersville, GA | October, 2013 - "Being able to select among several boxes with different coverage patterns, and particularly being able to choose transitional boxes in between the fixed ones, makes a tremendous difference in designing a system. It's almost as if every box is custom, but you don't have to wait six weeks or pay top dollar." - Kent Morris, Principal, Cornerstone Media Group.Read More
Cherryville, PA | September, 2013 - From their 80-acre campus in this close-knit eastern Pennsylvania town, Bethany Wesleyan Church combines an inspirational, contemporary worship style with a broad mix of community programs.Read More
Tierp, Sweden | May, 2013 - The sound is ear-splitting: the howl of race tuned engines vying with each other to strip paint by SPL alone from the concrete walls of the long U-shaped arena at Tierp, purpose-built on an old military airfield in central Sweden. The brainchild of Lief Andréasson, this derelict patch of perfectly level wasteland has been turned into one of the most modern drag racing arenas in the world - with a host of other purposes planned - 2.51km (1.56 miles) of motorsport racetrack just 120 km (75 miles) north of Stockholm with the capacity for 20,000 spectators.Read More
Aldergrove, BC | May, 2013 - An hour southeast of Vancouver and mere minutes from Canada's southern border, the town of Aldergrove is home to Living Word Fellowship. The church purchased a "fixer-upper" and began major upgrades to prepare the building for services.Read More
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...Read More
New York, NY | October, 2012 - Manhattan has no shortage of Irish-themed pubs, but Tir Na Nog on 39th Street is truly a cut above. Step in out of the bustling midtown traffic and you're instantly transported to a High Street local in Galway or Cork. The décor is at once authentic and unconventional, right down to the LED-laden 300-year-old Irish rowboat, replete with fishing net, on the ceiling.Read More
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...Read More
New York, NY | December, 2011 - The Pig 'n' Whistle in midtown Manhattan is typical of many of the area's taverns. What the narrow storefront space lacks in width, it more than makes up for in depth and height, spanning two floors and extending far to the back of the building it occupies.Read More
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...Read More
Hauppauge, NY | May, 2011 - When you mention the phrase "High School Auditorium," images come to mind of multi-purpose rooms crammed with folding chairs and a patchwork of audio and video equipment. But Happauge High School’s main auditorium not only refutes that notion, it smashes it to smithereens.Read More
Grand Rapids, MI | April, 2011 - Long the key component of Calvin College’s music and fine arts program, the Covenant Fine Arts Center has been the nexus of campus cultural life, its unique heptagonal shape a local landmark since its opening in 1966.Read More
San Marcos, TX | March, 2011 - Originally opened in 1941 as the Plaza Movie Theater, this grand old venue has gone through a variety of incarnations, including a live theater, cinema, restaurant and live music venue. Shutting its doors in 2008, this already-decaying building went further downhill, becoming another clichéd historic building locals spoke about with regret, wondering when some enterprising team would swoop in and uncover the space’s potential.Read More
Philadelphia, PA | March, 2011 - In 1882 Russell Conwell, a pastor and lawyer from Boston, arrived in Philadelphia to lead Grace Baptist Church. Conwell agreed to tutor a young man unable to afford a formal education. Soon thereafter others showed up for Conwell’s evening classes at the Baptist Temple, and the number of students quickly grew into the hundreds. In 1888, a charter for Temple College was issued, and in 1907 the school became Temple University.Read More
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.Read More
Whitewater, WI | October, 2010 - The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's Irvin L. Young Auditorium recently received an audio makeover that included the very first installation of an IC Live system utilizing the new ICL-R three-tall "triple" arrays.Read More
Las Vegas, NV | September, 2010 - Mickey Gilley's legacy as an icon of country music was already secure when he opened his original namesake bar and honky tonk in Pasadena, Texas in 1971. With its mechanical broncos and classy roadhouse vibe, the club was further immortalized as the centerpiece of the 1980 hit movie Urban Cowboy, setting the benchmark for hip country music bars from coast to coast.Read More
Charlotte, NC | March, 2010 - Charlotte's Knight Theater has been outfitted with a state-of-the-art sound system that includes Renkus-Heinz's PNX102LA line arrays, along with center clusters of STX4-Series loudspeakers.Read More
National Harbor, MD | June, 2009 - RHAON networked and weatherized against the extremes of Maryland's climate, PN012/LA-R-WR and SG61-2R-WR shine on this Potomac waterfront.Read More
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.Read More
Valencia, CA | December, 2008 - Christened Queen Victoria last December by HRH the Duchess of Cornwall, Cunard’s newest Queen is the second-largest ship in its fleet. Facilities aboard this ultra-luxury passenger liner include seven restaurants, thirteen bars, a ballroom, a theatre, and three swimming pools.Read More
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.Read More
Poplar Bluff, MO | December, 2008 - First Baptist Church is engaged in active outreach to the community of Poplar Bluff, Missouri through media, pre-school, student and senior adult ministries as well as through regular worship services. Senior Pastor Bill Vail and his team present both traditional and contemporary styles of worship: on any given Sunday, this requires re-configuring the sound system from a basic two-fader setup with choir and pastor microphones into a complex multi-channel mix with a full live band.Read More