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Loudspeaker System Recommendation Ft. Campbell Prepared for: Pragmatics, Inc. Application Engineering Renkus-Heinz, Inc. 8/5/2014 Contents Recommendation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-3 Equipment List ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4 EASE mappings -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-6 Product Datasheets ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Following 8 Design Goals Renkus-Heinz has been asked to recommend a sound reinforcement system for Ft. Campbell. Our goals were to design a system that would produce speech naturally and intelligibly in a classroom setting. Of course this performance must be delivered evenly to all seats in the house. Room Details The room is about 47 feet wide, 118 feet deep with ceilings that go from about 12 feet high on the side walls to about 19 feet high in the center of the room. Recommended Loudspeaker System The recommended loudspeaker system is a pair of IC7-II’s. Mounting location The speakers are mounted about 16 feet away from the center of the room on the back wall about 9 feet high to the top of the box. They are angled about 3.5 degrees downward. Optional Subwoofers If low frequency energy is needed a single CFX12S will be sufficient. Understanding EASE Mappings in Appendix The system has been designed with the aid of EASE, Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers, a product of the Ahnert-Feistel Media Group, GmbH, Berlin, Germany. EASE is the international standard for sound-system design and prediction and has been proven accurate in thousands of successful sound system installations world-wide. For more on EASE and sound system prediction, please see AFMG’s website: “System Coverage” maps show system coverage averaged over two octaves, at the frequency range indicated, of the seating areas at ear height. The mapping is predicted Direct Sound Pressure Level in dB. No room effects are included. These maps do not represent how loud the system will get, but rather consistency of coverage. The “Maximum SPL, A-Weighted” map shows the approximate maximum level the system would reach as shown on an SPL meter set to read broad band, A-weighted, fast. Important Disclaimer: All simulations have been done with industry standard techniques and software using information supplied by others. They are believed to be accurate within normal tolerances for such simulations providing the data supplied was accurate. Renkus-Heinz makes no guarantee that the final system will perform as simulated. Renkus-Heinz guarantees only that any Renkus-Heinz equipment will perform to its published specifications within normal industry tolerances. The above is a recommendation only and is not to be considered or represented as a design by RenkusHeinz. WARNING! Hanging loudspeakers is a serious undertaking that should be done only by qualified and experienced personnel. Check with an Architect or Structural Engineer to verify any building attachment points. Renkus-Heinz is not responsible for any non-Renkus-Heinz products or for any misuse of Renkus-Heinz 2 products. Thank you for the opportunity of making this recommendation. 3 Appendix 1, Equipment List Item RH Part Number Qty. Main IC7-II 2 Optional Subwoofers CFX12S 1 4 Appendix 3, EASE Mappings System Coverage at low frequencies, 100-400 Hz. Average System Coverage at mid frequencies, 500-2000 Hz. average 5 System Coverage at high frequencies, 2,500-10,000 Hz. average System Coverage, maximum SPL A-weighted 6 End of Recommendation Product datasheets on following pages 7 Mechanically Steerable Loudspeaker Array System Musical Sound For Imposing Spaces Public buildings are designed to convey strong messages. But the high ceilings and reflective surfaces of institutional architecture produce long reverberation times, making it difficult for people to hear and communicate clearly. Iconyx arrays are the first sound systems that enable both effective communication and expressive musical artistry in these rooms. Iconyx does all of this without compromising the architectural statement of the building itself. The transparent design of Iconyx integrates high-performance acoustical components and advanced, audiophile-quality digital electronics in practical systems that virtually disappear in most buildings. IC7-II ICX7-II Self-Powered Non-Powered Transparent Solutions • Houses of Worship: traditional & modern • Transportation terminals: train stations, airports, etc. • Stadiums & arenas: lobbies & fore courts • Convention centers, warehouses, etc. • Museums: lobbies, galleries, etc. • Performing arts centers: vocal/orchestral “lift,” lobbies, etc. • Any highly reverberant environment where enjoyable music and/or intelligible speech are of primary importance. MUSICAL • INTELLIGIBLE • PRACTICAL Focused Acoustic Control The IC7-II & ICX7-II feature four traditional 4 inch woofers and three 4 inch coaxial transducers, each with three high-frequency devices. Configured in a modified Bessel configuration IC7-II produces a tightly focused acoustic beam that can be directed onto the audience and not onto the walls and ceiling, improving intelligibility in reverberant spaces. High-performance Coaxial Transducers Control is pointless unless the sound is accurate, natural and enjoyable. That’s why the Iconyx IC7-II and ICX7-II use advanced, purpose-designed coaxial transducers with 3 tweeters in an “array within an array’” design for high frequency reproduction. The design reduces the distance between high frequency sources and greatly improves high frequency performance while maintaining consistent broad horizontal dispersion. Flexibility The IC7-II is self-powered for convenience and flexibility; the ICX7-II is designed for use with external amplifiers. Both can be stacked for applications needing more power and control. Both are also available in weather resistant models suitable for outdoor installations. Stackable IC7-II and ICX7-II line arrays may be stacked two tall to provide even higher output and increased control. A single column provides a vertical dispersion of 30 degrees, stacking gives an additional 6dB output and a tight 15 degree beam. Class D Digital Amplifier IC7-II line arrays include a Class D digital power amplifier with loudspeaker-specific signal processing and protection against overload damage. Architecturally Transparent The tall, slim Iconyx enclosure is designed to be heard but not seen. It mounts flush to walls and columns, blending invisibly with almost any architectural style. © 2012 Renkus-Heinz Inc. reserves the right to change any product specification without prior notification. IC/ICX7-II Single and Dual Configurations IC7-II & ICX7-II Technical Specifications Sensitivity - IC7-II: ICX7-II: Freq. Range: Max SPL: Horiz. Dispersion: Vert. Dispersion: 30 Lbs (13.8 Kg) 29.4 Lbs (13.4 Kg) Power - IC7-II: ICX7-II: 2.4 A @ 120 V, 1.2 A @ 240 V, 50-60 Hz 175 Watts RMS @ 6 Ohms Extruded Aluminum with perforated steel grill 3 - Coaxial with a 4” woofer and triple 1” tweeters, RH model SSL4-7 25 W RMS, 50 W pgm 4- 4” woofer; RH model SSL4-8, 25 Watts RMS 50 W pgm Connectors - IC7-II: ICX7-II: See IC7-II amplifier specifications Looping Neutrix Speakon & Screw Terminals Finish: White or Black paint; custom colors available IC7-II AMPLIFIER Power Rating: Freq. Response: THD Distortion: Hum & Noise: Damping: Input: Input Sensitivity: C.M.R.R.: Input Connectors: Power Connector: Controls: IC/ICX7-II See drawing Weight - IC7-II: ICX7-II: Options: Stacked IC/ICX7-II (Single) 30 degrees (Dual) 15 degrees (Single) Effective down to 800 Hz (Stacked) Effective down to 400 Hz 4 3/4” 12 cm 44 3/8” 112.8 cm 150° up to 3 kHz; 120° above 3 kHz Beam Control: Transducers: 88 1/4” 224 cm (Single) 117 dB peak @ 1 meter (Stacked) 123 dB peak @ 1 meter (Single) 66 Ft. (20 meters) (Stacked) 132 Ft. (40 meters) Enclosure: 4 3/4” 12 cm 120 Hz to 18 kHz Typical Throw: Dimensions: 5 11/16” 14.4 cm 1.0 V (for rated power output) 96 dB (1W/1m) Power Requirements: Idle Current: Max Inrush Current: Agency Approval: 70/100 Volt line matching transformer HK-IC7 Wall mounting assembly WR Weather Resistant Treatment 175 Watts RMS @ 4 Ohms +0.0, -.5 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz < 0.02% typical <100 dB (A weighted) >100 10K Ohm balanced differential 1.0 V for RPO 74 dB Looping XLR; female in, male out (pin 1 chassis, pin 2 +, pin 3 -) IEC power connector Gain (screwdriver adjustable) Universal 90–260 VAC, 50/60Hz. 2.4 A @ 120 V, 1.2 A @ 240 V 200 ma @ 120 V; 100 ma @ 240 V 1A CSA-UL 60065-03, IEC60065, 7th Ed. Renkus-Heinz, Inc., 19201 Cook Street, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610-3501, USA Tel: 949-588-9997 • Fax: 949-588-9514 • [email protected] • RH 737 March 2012 CF/CFX Series Commanding Performance, Compelling Value CF12S-5 CF12S-5R Self-Powered Sound that makes performances and audiences truly come alive doesn’t come easy. But CF/CFX Series loudspeakers put the power of unique Renkus-Heinz developments like Complex Conic horns to work for you. Versatile enclosure designs, go-anywhere hardware and rugged construction help solve your sound reinforcement challenges easily and quickly. Advanced options like intelligent onboard amplification and RHAON — the Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network — help you build sophisticated sound systems that are easy to use. CF12S and CFX12S subwoofers were developed as companion pieces to full range CF / CFX series loudspeakers. They provide the high impact sub bass energy needed in many venues and also serve as a mounting base for the loudspeakers. CFX12S Non-Powered RHAON Empowered CFX12S-8 Non-Powered 12” Subwoofers PASSIVE : POWERED : NETWORKED Applications • Virtually any application where high-output, low frequency content is required Permanent Installations • High quality music/speech systems and surround systems for houses of worship, schools, performing art centers, night clubs, etc. Portable Applications • Live music reinforcement, DJ systems, houses of worship, schools, etc. PF Series Intelligent Amplifiers Passive, powered or networked, you can choose the system configuration that meets your needs at any time. At the factory or in the field, the CFX passive connector plate can be easily replaced by a PF1 Series intelligent Class D digital amplifier. The lightweight switching power supply used in the PF1 series is over 70% efficient at full output. Their high efficiency reduces AC power requirements and eliminates the need for a cooling fan. Whenever you are ready for Ethernet audio networking, your CF/CFX loudspeakers are too; just replace the connector plate with a RHAON empowered PF1-500R amplifier equipped for connection to the Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network. RHAON empowers you with full control over digital audio distribution, loudspeaker-specific DSP and control/monitoring – all using standard Ethernet hardware and cabling. If you need an outstanding high-power 12-inch subwoofer, order the CFX12S, CFX12S-8 or CF12S-5. If you need Ethernet-based audio operations networking, order the CF12S-5R. • Powerful 12” Subwoofers Outstanding 40 Hz to 120 Hz, 127 dB peak SPL sub-bass performance. • Flexible Input Configurations Choose passive inputs, or go self-powered with the PF1 series intelligent amplifiers, with or without RHAON networking. • RHAON Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network All self-powered CF12S series subwoofers are available with RHAON for flexible digital signal distribution, loudspeaker management and control. • High Performance, High Power Woofers With long-throw magnetic structures easily handle 500 Watts of program power. • Built-In Low Pass Filter May be bypassed to allow use of an external electronic crossover. © 2011 Renkus-Heinz Inc. reserves the right to change any product specification without prior notification. TECHNICAL INFORMATION Sensitivity CF12S-5 & -5R: CFX12S & CFX12S-8: Max SPL: Freq. Resp: LF Driver CF12S & CFX12S: Power CF12S-5 & -5R: CFX12S: CFX12S-8: Connectors CF12S-5 & -5R: CFX12S & CFX12S-8: 1.0 V for RPO 97 dB (1W/1m) 127 dB peak 40 Hz to 120 Hz CFX12S-8: 12" woofer, model SSL12-18; 250 W RMS @ 4 Ohms, 500 W pgm 12" woofer, model SSL12-23; 250 W RMS @ 8 Ohms, 500 W pgm Enclosure: 13-ply hardwood, perforated metal grille Finish: 115 V AC or 230V AC 500 W pgm at 4 Ohms 500 W pgm at 8 Ohms See amplifier specifications Screw terminals & looping 4-pin Neutrik SpeakOn style connectors Hardware: 12-point univ. mtg. hdw. (Metric M10 threads) 35 mm (1 3/8”) diameter tripod socket Handles Dimensions: 23 1/8" H x 15" W x 17 1/4" D (58.7 cm x 38.1 cm x 43.8 cm) Weight CF12S-5, & -5R: 55 Lbs (25 Kg) net CFX12S & CFX12S-8: 50 Lbs (22.7 Kg) net Black PF1-500 DIGITAL AMPLIFIER Power: Freq. Resp: THD Distortion: Hum & Noise: Damping: Input: Sensitivity: CMR: 500 W RMS @ 4 Ohms +0.0, -.5 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz < 0.02% typical <100 dB (A weighted) >100 10K Ohm balanced differential 1.0 V for RPO 74 dB Controls: Power Connector: Input: Power Gain (screwdriver adjustable) IEC Power connector Looping XLR; female in, male out (pin 1 chassis, pin 2 +, pin 3 -) Switchable, 115 or 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz 5 A @ 120 V, 2.5 A @ 240 V Idle current: 400 ma @120 V; 200 ma @ 240 V Max inrush current: 1 A PF1-500R RHAON EMPOWERED AMPLIFIER The PF1-500R is identical to the PF1-500 except for the addition of the RHAON Network Interface; additional capabilities include: Protection: Soft & Peak limiting, Excursion Control & Inputs: CobraNet: Dual RJ45 connectors; accept Thermal Regulation Cat 5 copper cable. AES/EBU: Phoenix connectors; Analog: Phoenix connectors For additional details on the RHAON Audio Operations Network, refer to Digital Format: 16, 20 or 24 bit PCM; 48 or 96 kHz sample rate; selectable Network Latency. Note: All analog inputs and outputs comply with AES Standard 48-2005 on interconnecting, grounding and shielding. DIMENSIONAL INFORMATION 9" 17 1/4" Metric M10 thread attachment points - located 1 3/4" from edge unless otherwise indicated. 15" 10 3/16" Note: The UMH (Universal Mounting Hardware) attachment points have Metric M10 threads and are positioned 1 3/4" from the edges unless otherwise indicated. 71/2" The rear view of a CFX12S is shown. The enclosure is shown without its metal grille. 23 1/8" SGX112S For more detailed dimensional information, please refer to the 2D and 3D drawing files on our website, 4 5 Renkus-Heinz, Inc., 19201 Cook Street, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610-3501, USA Tel: +1 949-588-9997 • Fax: +1 949-588-9514 • [email protected] • RH 695 Rev B February 2011 LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY Renkus-Heinz warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of six ( 6 ) years from the date of original purchase from Renkus-Heinz, except for the “WR” ( Weather Resistant ) models. “WR” models because of their exposure to the elements carry a 3-year Limited Warranty. This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and all subsequent owners, provided a copy of the original dated bill of sale is presented when service is requested under warranty. How to obtain service under this warranty If your Renkus-Heinz product should require service, write, phone, fax or email us. See info on the rear page. We will either direct you to a local service agency or provide you with a Return Authorization ( RA ) number so that you can ship the product to our factory. Do not ship WKHSURGXFWWRXVZLWKRXW¿UVWREWDLQLQJD5$QXPEHU3ODFHWKH5$QXPEHURQDOOER[HVUHWXUQHG to the factory. Merchandise returned to us for service under warranty must be accompanied by a copy of the original bill of sale, and shipped prepaid. You are responsible for transporting your product to our factory. We will pay the return shipping charges on all products repaired under warranty. Failures not covered by this warranty This warranty covers defects in manufacture only. It does not cover:  GDPDJHFDXVHGE\DFFLGHQWPLVXVHDEXVHSURGXFWPRGL¿FDWLRQRUQHJOHFW 2) damage incurred during shipment ( you must claim these damages from the carrier ). 3) damage resulting from failure to operate the product in accordance with the instruction manual; 4) damage resulting from attempted repairs by unauthorized personnel; 5) claims based on misrepresentations made by a sales agent of Renkus-Heinz. Page 2 1RJXDUDQWHHRIÀWQHVVIRUDSDUWLFXODUSXUSRVH 5HQNXV+HLQ]PDNHVQRFODLPVIRULWVSURGXFWVDVWR¿WQHVVIRUDSDUWLFXODUSXUSRVHDQG therefore does not guarantee the performance of any Renkus-Heinz equipment in a particular application ( such a guarantee is the dealer’s responsibility ). Renkus-Heinz guarantees that SURGXFWVZLOOSHUIRUPWRSXEOLVKHGVSHFL¿FDWLRQVZLWKLQWKHFRPPHUFLDOWROHUDQFHVDFFHSWHG in the industry ( errors and omissions are excluded from this guarantee ). /LPLWDWLRQRILPSOLHGZDUUDQWLHV All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability, are limited in duration to a period of six ( 6 ) years from the date of original purchase from Renkus-Heinz, except for the “WR” ( Weather Resistant ) models. “WR” models because of their exposure to the elements carry a 3-year Limited Warranty. Refer to rear page for details. Exclusion of certain damages Renkus-Heinz’ liability is limited to the repair or replacement, at our option, of any defective product, and shall in no event include incidentally or consequential commercial damages of any kind. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the preceding limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Enhanced Warranty on Reference Point Arrays and other integrated systems 2QLQWHJUDWHGLQVWDOOHGV\VWHPVLQZKLFKDOOFOXVWHUVRUORXGVSHDNHUV6\VWHP6SHFL¿F$PSOL¿HUV DQG/RXGVSHDNHU6SHFL¿F&RQWUROOHUVDUHGHVLJQHGDQGPDQXIDFWXUHGE\5HQNXV+HLQ]WKH six ( 6 ) year limited warranty described above is enhanced to include the replacement or reconing of diaphragms and woofers damaged by the malfunction of any Renkus-Heinz product in the system. Failures caused by errors in the initial wiring, or start-up accidents during system VHWXSLQLWLDOWHVWLQJDUHVSHFL¿FDOO\H[FOXGHG Page 3 WR ( Weather Resistant ) Models 1) Should be given preventive maintenance on a regular ( at least yearly) schedule; any exterior damage repaired, woofer cones retreated with moisture retardant, etc. 2) Should be given additional protection (rain hoods, for example) in areas where extreme weather conditions are common. 3) Self-Powered models should be left on continually in high-humidity applications. 19201 Cook Street, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610-3501 USA Phone: +1 949 588 9997, Fax: +1 949 588 9514 [email protected] Page 4 RH352 July 2011 Rev. E