RCT TT+ Series/TTS28-A subsystem


TT28-A is a reference double 18? bass reflex subwoofer. Ideal for
touring applications. With the digital switching amplifiers, neodymium
woofers and a well designed structure, it is one of the smallest and
lightest double 18? systems available. A unique feature is the semi
charged horn design which at low frequencies around 40Hz operates as a
conventional bass reflex cabinet, however at the slightly higher
frequencies in the 80 to 100Hz area the system operates as a ?semi
charged horn loaded? design which provides around 3 to 4dB more

Superior woofers
RCF LF18N401:
incredibly linear frequency response characteristics, the highest power
handling of any comparable 18-inch neodymium transducer, the lower
power compression. Fibre loaded cone assembly along with a high
excursion triple roll, constant geometry surround. This combination
provides remarkable strength and a peak to peak maximum excursion of 48
A fully optimised T-pole design generate the minimum amount of
flux modulation, the unique dual-forced air venting system guarantee a
very efficient voice coil ventilation for minimum power compression and
higher power handling.
Massive power On our subwoofers each
single transducer is independently driven from a 1 kilowatt RMS
amplifier providing an incredible performance and amount of sound power
from a very compact size.
Flexible controls Power amplifiers
are driven from a very accurate analog input board: perfect linearity
and audio quality, soft peak limiter, rms limiter. Many crossovers and
operation options are available: extreme low frequency high pass, phase
inversion, 80 Hz and 110 Hz crossover, adding mode crossover for
maximum punch of the system.



Het prof. merk waar we zelf in onze dagelijkse verhuur veel van gebruiken. o.a: DVA line-array's, actieve subs, de actieve speakers en versterkers. We doen vrijwel al ons verhuur werk uitvoeren met DB-TECH ;-)


Extra informatie

Gewicht 80.00 kg


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