The all-new Sygma line from Renkus-Heinz integrates the capabilities of loudspeakers, amplifiers, processors and digital audio networks, and is offered in either self-powered or externally powered models.
Self-powered SG models can connect to RHAON, the new Renkus-Heinz Audio Operations Network via each cabinet’s built-in PF Series Intelligent digital amplifier. The SGX Sygma models are designed for use with external amplifiers.
Engineered and designed by senior VP Ralph Heinz in Foothill Ranch, Calif., the new line of two-way systems incorporates transducers from leading European manufacturers. Complex Conic horns, multi-angled enclosures and other Renkus-Heinz innovations enable the Sygma Line to make the most of these components. Stylish, curved enclosures project a modern design signature that complements a wide range of architectural approaches.
The new Sygma Line debuted at InfoComm with six compact general-purpose models and will be expanded with more application-specific products throughout 2007. The smallest Sygma loudspeaker is the SGX41, a two-way coaxial loudspeaker with a 4-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter. The SG61 and SGX61 incorporate a 6.5-inch woofer and 1-inch titanium HF driver on a 150×60-degree Complex Conic horn. The SG/SGX42 is a flush-mount, dual 4-inch/1-inch stair-step/stage lip loudspeaker. Three full-range, two-way, multi-angled cabinets combine versatility with performance. They include the SG/SGX81 (two-way with 8-inch woofer, 120×60-degree Complex Conic horn); SG/SG121 (two-way with 12-inch woofer, 90×60-degree Complex Conic horn) and SG/SGX151 (two-way with 15-inch woofer, 90×40-degree Complex Conic horn).
SG Series Sygma systems incorporate network-ready PF Series Intelligent digital amplifiers. A switching power supply and integrated speaker-specific processing make the PF Series ideal for use inside a loudspeaker cabinet: The amps are lightweight and 93-percent efficient, eliminating the need for a cooling fan.