Once again this year, Renkus-Heinz will be participating in the annual Live Sound International Loudspeaker Demo at the WFX show next week in Orlando (September 17-19). Held in Exhibit Hall A3 of the Orange County Convention Center, the LSI Loudspeaker Demo presents attendees the opportunity to listen to, evaluate, and compare more than a dozen of the leading professional loudspeaker systems in a controlled listening environment.
This year, Renkus-Heinz will be featuring its new ICL-X and XL series high-powered steerable arrays, with a demo time at 10:30 am on Wednesday, in addition to the full round-robin demo sessions. The newest generation of the ICONYX system, IC-Live X offers greater power density, higher output, simple integrated hardware, and coaxial driver arrangement, delivering a new level of flexibility for integrators, contractors, production/rental houses, and more.
A completely new concept for high power steerable column arrays, the IC-Live X family comprises two freely combinable steerable modules, the ICL-X and ICL-XL, plus two types of matching subwoofers, the ICL-XS and the ICL-118S. ICL-X and ICL-XL combine to provide steerable performance in point source, column, or line array form factors. The ICL-XS and ICL-X-118S subwoofer modules allow freedom to choose the correct form factor for any given venue.
“We’ve been exhibiting at WFX for several years now, and it’s always been a great show for us,” says Dudley McLaughlin, western regional sales manager at Renkus-Heinz. “It’s an opportunity to really connect one-on-one with professionals in worship audio and technology, to get insight on what they’re looking for, and to show them what Renkus-Heinz has to offer.”
Members of the Renkus-Heinz team who will be on hand at the demo include chief technology officer Ralph Heinz, eastern regional sales manager Joe Fustolo, product manager Brandon Heinz, and McLaughlin. The company will also be distributing copies of its newly revised HOW Applications book, a showcase of installations worldwide ranging from humble portable churches to huge cathedrals.