IC32-R-II

IC32-R-II

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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IC32-R-II

Advanced Steered Beam Technology
Oslo, Norway. President Obama Nobel Peace Prize


• 32x 4" Coaxial Transducers each with three HF tweeters
• 32x Amplifier and DSP channels
• Beam control effective down to 200Hz
• Multiple beams and multiple acoustic beam centers
• Multiple Configuration Presets
• RHAON Network
• Slim, Low-Profile Design

ICONYX technology gives sound system designers the power to create a system to cover even the most problematic spaces. Up to 16 steerable beams can be individually shaped and aimed from a single IC32-R-II column using the powerful software-controlled DSP.

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.

Technical Information

Sensitivity: 1.0 V (for rated power output)
Freq. Range: 120 Hz to 18 kHz
Max SPL: 103 dB peak, @ 100 Ft. (30.5 meters)
Horiz. Dispersion: 150° up to 3 kHz; 120° above 3 kHz
Vert. Opening Angles: 5° and 10°
Vert. Aiming Angle: Adjustable from -30° to +30°
Typical Throw: 270 Ft. (80 meters)
Beam Control: Effective down to 200 Hz
No. Transducers: 32 coaxial transducers, each having triple tweeters
No. Amp. Channels: 32
Transducers: Coaxial with a 4” woofer and triple 1” tweeters, RH model SSL4-7; 25 W RMS, 50 W Pgm
Inputs: Analog Audio: 2 inputs (primary & secondary) Phoenix 6-pin connectors (looping 3-in, 3-out)
CobraNet: Dual RJ45 connectors (for CAT 5 cable) Fiber Optic input for primary CobraNet input available as an option.
AES/EBU: Phoenix connector
Controls (Rear Mounted): Mute button, Up & Down Output Level buttons
10 dB pad (on Analog 1 input)
Push-To-Reset circuit breaker
Preset Configuration Selector (10 configurations)
Computer Controls: Gain, Mute, On/Standby, Input Selection
Compression
8-Band Parametric EQ
Shelving & Rolloff Filters
Delay
Preset Configuration Selection
Status Indicators: Power
Signal
Overdrive
Thermal
Mute
Input Pad
Preset Configuration Selection Readout
Hanging Method: 3-point hinges or Metric M6 thread eye-bolts
Enclosure: Extruded Aluminum with perforated steel grille
Finish: White paint standard
Optional finishes: black and
custom color paint
Weather resistant
Weight: 144 Lbs (65.3 Kg) Net
Dimensions: 149” H x 6 1/8” W x 6 7/8 D
(378 cm x 15.5 cm x 17.5 cm) (includes Mounting Hinges)
Uppsala Cathedral is Ready for Every Scenario With 40 Iconyx Columns
Uppsala Cathedral is Ready for Every Scenario With 40 Iconyx Columns

Uppsala, Sweden | January, 2017 - Sweden's Uppsala Cathedral is one of the oldest houses of worship in Europe, not to mention the tallest in Scandinavia. World-renowned for its architecture and history, the Cathedral was once the burial place of Swedish royalty, and is now home not just to a devoted congregation, but uniquely historical items such as Queen Margareta's golden dress – the world's only preserved evening gown from the Middle Ages.

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First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro Chooses Renkus-Heinz Iconyx for Historic Sanctuary
First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro Chooses Renkus-Heinz Iconyx for Historic Sanctuary

Greensboro, NC | April, 2015 - "The Iconyx loudspeakers' ability to precisely steer beams of audio exactly where we needed it made all the difference. It enabled us to provide clear, highly intelligible sound, despite the complex acoustics of the space." — Brent Everhart, Audio & Light

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute Gets Double Coverage With ICONYX
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Gets Double Coverage With ICONYX

Worcester, Mass | November, 2014 - "The ICONYX systems allowed us to address the university's multiple uses for the hall. The IC8s are perfect for lectures and presentations. They provided the intelligibility and coverage we needed for a smaller, more intimate setting." - Richard O'Connell, AV Design Build

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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 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 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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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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ViewHinge Kit DrawingIC32-R-IIICR-II Hinge Kit Drawing
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ViewApplication NoteIC32-R-IIIconyx RHAON RS485 Commands
ViewAssembly DrawingsIC32-R-IIIC32R-II Assembly Drawing
ViewLoudspeaker User ManualIC32-R-IILoudspeaker User's Manual
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