Renkus-Heinz Expands S Series Subwoofer Line With Compact SX/SA28

by | Dec 19, 2020 | Audio, Gear, News, Production

Renkus-Heinz has announced the new SX/SA28, a compact, low-profile subwoofer that’s the latest model in the S Series and available in both passive and active versions.

“The performance of the SX/SA28 belie its extremely compact dimensions,” says Graham Hendry, Vice President of Strategic Development at Renkus-Heinz. “The addition of the SX/SA28 allows for flexible and discreet placement in a variety of install and portable scenarios. This is another new solution Renkus-Heinz has introduced this year that looks to make the lives of those in the live sound and installation markets easier through compact and impressive loudspeakers.”

The SX/SA28 is designed to extend low-frequency response and increase system headroom in conjunction with the company’s full-range loudspeakers. It utilizes a pair of long-excursion 8-inch cone woofers mounted black or white painted plywood cabinet.

Sixteen M10 universal mounting points allow the SX/SA28 to be flown using M10 eyebolts, while the recessed handles and top-mounted pole adapter accommodate portable applications. Integrated rear cable channels foster for discrete installations even when flush to a boundary.

The active version’s SA1250 power amplifier is matched to the SA28. Controlled via RHAON II, the it’s built-in DSP has eight fully parametric EQ filters, high- and low-shelf and high- and low-pass filters, and up to 358 millseconds of delay. All options are accessed via a Windows computer running RHAON II.

The SA28-RD1 and SA128-RD add Dante digital signal distribution capability, including AES67 compatibility and network redundancy.

Go here for more specifics on the new SX/SA28.

Renkus-Heinz

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