RHAON II (*New Version* July’21)

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RHAON II (*New Version* July’21)

RHAON II System Manager
RHAON has been completely redesigned from the ground up using highly structured modular code for greater stability and expandability. The result is RHAON II System Manager, a new, more robust RHAON technology — faster, more reliable, with a streamlined, intuitive workflow. RHAON II is easy to program, easy to use, and fully compatible with both Gen5 and legacy Renkus-Heinz products.

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RHAON II System Designer

Innovative Software Control

RHAON II System Manager has been completely redesigned from the ground up, using highly structured modular code for
greater stability and expandability. The result is a new, more robust RHAON technology — faster, more reliable, with a streamlined, intuitive workflow. RHAON II is easy to program, easy to use, and fully compatible with both Gen5 and legacy Renkus-Heinz products.

RHAON II’s new, Network agnostic interface has been designed to work with tomorow’s networking protocols as well as today’s. Currently supporting AVDECC IEEE1722.1, Cobranet, and AVB, RHAON II has been structured to allow easy implementation of new and emerging protocols, for example Dante and AES67.Support for multiple NICs, and (where supported) wireless operation makes RHAON II easy to integrate into existing network infrastructure.

BeamWare III
Incorporated directly into RHAON II is BeamWare III, the latest iteration in Renkus-Heinz’ powerful beam steering calculation and simulation program. BeamWare III takes a new, wizard driven approach to beam steering. Gathering basic room and mounting information from the user BeamWare III uses new, enhanced algorithms to
automatically calculate the optimal beam design, acoustic centers, and level profiling, giving you reliable, predictable results, fast. For designers who want to create a custom frequency response target curve, RHAON II will automatically optimize and equalize the beams.

Unibeam

Introducing UniBeam Technology
With conventional point-source loudspeakers, achieving optimal coverage is a trade-off between distance and accuracy. UniBeam (Universal Beam) technology makes it possible to achieve ideal “Half Horn” coverage, using ICONYX digital beam steering to shape your coverage pattern. Point the top of your beam to the back row, and UniBeam will provide seamless coverage to the front of the room, keeping sound away from upper walls and ceilings. Tune the beam’s opening angle and intensity to the room with a few mouse clicks, with consistent level and tonality
across the entire room. UniBeam delivers faster, easier setup with dramatically better results.

System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 10 32-bit
Windows 10 64-bit
Windows 7 32-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows 8 32-bit
Windows 8 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit
.NET Framework: .NET Framework 4 or Higher(Supplied on the RHAON II Installer CD or Available through Windows Update)Microsoft .NET Framework also available here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=42642
Processor and RAM: Dual Core Processor2GB of RAM
Ethernet: 100 BaseT Ethernet port for RHAON II ControlA Second Ethernet Port or WiFi Connectivity for Internet Access, if needed
Screen Resolution: 1280 x 768 Screen Resolution
Loudspeaker Firmware Compatibility: Loudspeaker Firmware that is Compatible with RHAON II.If your loudspeaker did not originally ship with RHAON II, it is not compatible and you must continue to use RHAON 1.x.x. For more information, please contact Renkus-Heinz Support.

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Product FAQs

RHAON (Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network) software platform makes it easy to connect and network multiple power loudspeakers (-RN, -RD1, -RD) using standard Ethernet cabling and devices. As a default, no IP settings are required and every PC set to obtain IP will connect to the loudspeakers when RHAON software is launched. Our 360 degrees platform guides you to find the best settings for the application, like our new URGO beams workflow, or to control loudspeaker-specific DSP functions and supervise the entire system from one place. It is user-friendly and constantly updated based on feedback from users. We are open to any new feature suggestions—do not hesitate to send us your comments!

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