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EXCEL AV GROUP SOLVES CHURCH/SCHOOL MULTIPURPOSE AUDITORIUM

With the Southland City Church utilizing the local Lakeville High School auditorium for their Sunday worship services, the Maple Grove, Minnesota-based Excel AV Group (www.excelavgroup.com) was called in to work with both organizations to provide a complimentary audio system to serve their needs as the Southland City services are very contemporary and the school utilizing the facility for classes, assemblies and theater productions.
With Southland City renting the auditorium facility, the decision was to partner with the local school district, with both contributing half of the funds necessary to complete the task. And even though both were investing, the budget was still very tight.
This is where the Excel AV Group was called in. Renowned in the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul region for specializing in church sound, video and lighting systems; the company’s signature is to match a sound system to the needs of the customer. “If the need is intelligible spoken word, there is no need for a rock-and-roll sound system at 110 dB,” they state. “If the customer wants their church auditorium to have full tonal balance at high SPL for an immersive experience, we can deliver.”
When it came to looking at the auditorium at Lakeville, “I took one look at the 750-seat auditorium with the steep raked floor and soft theater-style seats and knew that a line array solutions would be the best for the room,” says Excel AV Group owner Kevin Crow. “I tasked my engineer Caleb Dick with the responsibility to find an affordable solution. We looked at both traditional point source boxes like ones being proposed by a competitor we were up against and noticed that which the dB Technologies DVA-T4 active three-way line array system it was slightly higher in equipment cost but the installation cost was much lower than not having to fly four traditional point source boxes in the room, two in front and two in back,” says Crow noting additional needs would then have been taken into account including delay configurations, additional wiring, amps and rigging.
The solution called for two hangs of seven DVA-T4 line array modules, augmented with two dB Technologies DVA-S30N active dual 18” subwoofers on the floor.
“The coverage is simply amazing,” says Justin Vagle, Director of Worship for Southland City Church. “We have measured only 1 dB difference front to back. In addition, the subs are tight and impacting.”
“I remember when my guys we’re out tuning the system and finishing it by our very challenging deadline,” comments Crow. “Around 10 p.m. I got a text from Grant Kluempke my Tech Operations Manager for Excel AV Group. ‘The system at Southland POUNDS!!!,’ the text read. It was really fun to hear that and attending the first services with the new rig was incredible, it made the worship music so powerful.”
Regarding the dB Technologies system, Crow says, “in the big picture I think the value that dB Technologies offers the marketplace is phenomenal. I don’t see how anyone after hearing these could deny that they provide so much value at such an affordable price. We are already introducing this line to other clients and couldn’t be more excited.”

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WaterFire Concerts are Smooth as Satin Sound with RCF Line Array

Three times throughout the summer, the city of Sharon in Pennsylvania plays host to WaterFire, a world renowned multi-sensory art event. The day-long event offers concerts, food and an interactive arts experience highlighted by the riverfront waterfire exhibition in the evening where over fifty custom built floating braziers are anchored in the Shenango River; the baskets filled with wood and set ablaze at nightfall to produce a unique and compelling display. Fire and Water are opposing elements, and there’s something synergistic about these flames blazing atop the water in their specially engineered braziers.
“WaterFire has had a major impact on our community, and the event has quickly established itself as the premier art and music festival of our region,” says WaterFire Sharon Chairman Robert Wilson, drawing over 70,000 people to the region.
For the August 23 event, Hermitage, Pennsylvania-based Satin Sound (www.satinsoundsystems.com) was called on to provide the concert system. Their choice? A line array comprised of 16 RCF HDL20-A dual 10” two-way active line array modules coupled with Meyer 700-HP subwoofers.
“It is our mission to raise the bar on quality, for the smallest event to the largest production,” is the company’s philosophy has stated on their website.
For the concerts, Satin Sound owner John Durisko commented, “the HDL20-A’s covered extremely well with little to no EQ, covering uniformly to a distance of 175-feet,” as he offered up many compliments to the clarity of the rig. He goes on to mention one of the acts for the day with the Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra, and again, nothing but compliments.

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RCF Upgrades the Sound of the Sage Gateshead

The Sage Gateshead — an iconic multi-arts building in the north-east of England, which originally cost £70-million ($120-million) to construct — this year celebrates its tenth year.
To celebrate its landmark birthday the venue has upgraded the sound system in its 1700-capacity main Hall One with the installation of an RCF HDL 20-A line array by local British contractor Nitelites.
The move follows a period of careful evaluation by the facility’s Head of Technical Operations, Chris Durant and his team, during the many occasions the HDL20-A has been flown on a temporary basis to support the house system.
Home to Royal Northern Sinfonia, and host to a vast concert agenda that includes jazz, folk, country and rock the original beam steering system had rarely kept pace with the Sage’s promotional ambitions and so Nitelites found themselves increasingly hiring in their RCF TT+ and HDL rigs.
Eventually Nitelites’ MD, Jamie Moore proposed that a flown HDL 20-A be installed on a permanent basis — both to save the Sage Gateshead hire costs and to enable the system to be purpose tuned via a series of preset scenes accessed via a custom panel.
Said Nitelites co-director Andy Magee, “With HDL we were confident we could get even coverage around the building, whether for speech or classical. The system is so easy to deploy, quick to rig and fast to wire.”
The PA is designed to cover the ground floor, two balcony tiers and is split into 12 zones. Nitelites detailed 12 HDL20-A enclosures for each flank, rigged on a flying frame which will take up to 16 elements.
The rest of the complement comprises three HDL 20-A a side as portable ground stack on custom dollies, atop a SUB 8004. A separate stack features three SUB 8006s in a reverse cardioid pattern (one rear facing), with an HDL 10-A on top. Two HDL 10-As are also used for under-balcony infill and four as front lip fills. On the sides of the main hang for outfills are four discreet RCF TT08s.
Chris Durant believes that Nitelites’ attention to detail in tuning the system has enabled them to get an additional 30% from the system. “We’ve had pretty much every big system in here and our new in-house RCF house rigs sounds better because temporary systems have to be set up so quickly; this been tuned to within an inch of its life.”
He presented Nitelites with a matrix containing different performance scenarios for which gain structure presets were created. Via the DSP, Sage Gateshead can turn zones on and off in the PA at will. “It’s far more efficient than changing the angles of the boxes every time we needed a new configuration,” Durant says.
He notes, “The great thing about the HDL 20-A is that it goes down to 55Hz so for jazz and classical there are no subs at all. In fact the first time I heard it I thought our subs had been switched in by mistake.”
At the same time he highlights other advantages of HDL 20-A. “It’s also easy to groundstack and the position of the fly frame is mirrored on the subs so it’s easy to interlock; it’s convection cooled so there is no buzzing — which is vital in a critical room where a low noise floor is required. It’s also very efficient energy wise, and we don’t need to run extra power in.”
All of which should future-proof performance requirements for the foreseeable future. Summing up the Sage Gateshead installation, Chris Durant says, “We are now making engineers aware that they can leave their kit on the truck.”
RCF’s Northern sales manager Mick Butler adds that the system’s exposure to visiting sound engineers will be invaluable. “It really brings into focus the power of RCF’s pro touring range,” he says.

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Pink Noise employs dB Technologies system for Chicago Festival Cubano

Chicago-based Pink Noise (www.thepinknoise.com) provided sound reinforcement for the annual Festival Cubano this year, August 15-17 in Chicago.
Now in its fifth year, the three-day summer festival is recognized as one of the largest and elite Latino family festivals in the nation. Festival Cubano is a high quality, authentic experience that features the best of Cuba’s rich, colorful and lively culture.
This year’s lineup included Frankie Ruiz, Eddie Santiago, Falardo Jr., El Gran Combo and the African-Cuban funk band Palo. The concerts drew crowds of over 25,000.
For the event, Pink Noise provided sound reinforcement equipment from loudspeaker manufacturer dB Technologies. The system was comprised of 12 DVA-T12 and 4 DVA-T8 active three-way line array cabinets, flown eight per side; plus 8 DVA-S30 dual 18” subwoofers. Pink Noise also be used RCF NX-L24A active column cabinets coupled with DVA-S20DP active double 18” subwoofers for sidefills. 10 dB Technologies DVX-DM15 15” two-way stage monitors will be utilized on the stage.
Pink Noise is a Chicago-based sound reinforcement company that is nationally recognized in the U.S. Latin American cultural arena.
“We use the DVA system at events all over the country,” notes Pink Noise owner Oscar Villegas. “The ease of set up and operation, the capability of monitoring the system functions, and the output is tremendous.”
He continues, “And the support from dB Technologies is exceptional. When we’ve needed some support gear for our events, they have expedited it to us to make sure everything runs smoothly.”

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RCF Powers Ultra Music Festival electronic dance music festival

For the second consecutive year, the Ultra Music Festival followed its triumphant event in Miami by bringing the electronic dance party to Split, Croatia over three days.
Known as Ultra Europe, the DJ festival moved into the city’s Poljud Stadium, with the sound from some of the world’s leading turntablists heard by an estimated crowd of 40,000 through more than 100 of RCF’s TT+ Series products.
Headliners including Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Carl Cox, David Guetta and Paul Kalkbrenner performed. Event production provided by Zagreb-based Promo Logistika.
The main PA consisted of two hangs of 20 TTL55-A dual 12” three-way active line array elements with a straight cardioid array of 42 TTS56-A dual 21” active subwoofers electronically curved via the algorithm in RCF’s proprietary RDNet to achieve a wide and smooth sub-frequency coverage. Additionally, eight HDL20-A dual 10” active line array modules were utilized for front fills.
Sidefills comprised an array of six TTL55-A (left) and 10 TTL55-A (right) while two delay towers situated 200-feet back were covered by hangs of 8 TTL55-A.
RCF Italy provided full support and system engineering with TT+ specialist Luca Cilloni designing and optimizing the rig designed for maximum coverage throughout the venue.
According to Promo Logistika marketing director Zoran Biskupic, the event was a huge success and the system performed at its best.
You can view the RCF Bart Channel YouTube presentation of the Ultra Music Festival at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJtf5XU-XEg&feature=youtu.be

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RCF & Reid Sound Support Special Olympics USA Olympic Town Stage

(Edison, New Jersey) The 2014 Special Olympics USA Games was the largest national games undertaking by the organization with this year’s event June 16-20 including 16 different sports competitions with over 5,000 athletes and more than an estimated 70,000 spectators. RCF was proud to partner with Windsor, New Jersey-based Reid Sound (www.reidsound.com) in providing the sound system for the Olympic Town Entertainment Stage.
The College of New Jersey, acted as the site for the Olympic Town, which served as the hub for all the events held at various locations throughout the area. The Olympic Town was given a boardwalk theme with sand placed in front of the stage to create an artificial beach and a wooden boardwalk over 150-feet long ran through the center of the venue. The stage was host to multiple bands, magicians, dance troupes and a variety of other performers each day.
The system configuration included 4 dB Technologies DVA-T8 three-way active line array boxes ground stacked on top of 2 DVA-S10DP 18” active subwoofers per side, with RCF TT25-A 15” active two-way cabinets used as stage monitors and NX15-SMA 15” active speakers as fills. Additional satellite sound was provided with RCF HD10-A 10” active two-way cabinets.
The DVA-T8’s provided plenty of volume, with headroom to spare, for the crowds of athletes and volunteers that gathered at the site at the end of competition every day,” notes Reid Sound Director of Event Services Jonathan Mills-Winkler. “Considering the size, output and tonality of the speakers, they offer considerable value,” as well as lightweight and ease of setup.
“We can’t thank RCF enough for their participation,” says Reid Sound owner Darren Sussman. “This was a huge event that required an intense amount of planning and coordination, and I am grateful for RCF pitching in. There was not even a moment of hesitation from RCF to participate.”
Reid Sound has built a solid reputation over the past 15 years providing professional audio-video service, event production and installation solutions in the New Jersey area. Recently, Reid Sound has expanded its commitment to community partnership by launching the Reid Sound Scholarship for Theatrical Technicians, an annual award to recognize the achievements of those high school students who have participated and wish to continue their education in the arena of theatrical production.

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RCF Installed Sound Division introduces AX8042 Matrix Automixer

(Edison, New Jersey) RCF has introduced the AX8042 1RU 8×6 matrix mixer and automixer. Flexibility, control, performance and audio quality are the key ingredients in the one rack space design of this unit. The configurability of the matrix allows for programming of multiple zones and room combining. Featuring eight universal mic/line inputs and six programmable outputs – four on balanced Euroblock terminals while the two remaining are on RCA outputs and can be separately processed and combines to any of the previous four. Let’s take a quick look:
• 8 mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power and full audio processing
• 4 routable balanced outputs with full audio processing + 2 linkable outputs
• 10 programmable logic inputs + 6 logic outputs
• Full audio processing includes configurable parametric EQs, gates, compressors, limiters, delays, priority, automatic gain control, gain controls on all in/out and cross points, automixing
• Configurable automatic level control with connecting noise detection microphone
• Two units can be combined for a 16×12 matrix
• RCF RDNet capability
• Serial control port for third-party integration (Crestron, AMX, etc.)
• RDNet capable (optional card)
• Wall-mount touch sensitive remote control optional (TS9918)

For further information:
www.rcf.it/products/installed-sound-systems/electronics/ax-8042

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RCF Upgrades Acustica Series Passive Subwoofers

(Edison, New Jersey) RCF has announced an upgrade to their popular Acustica C Series passive subwoofers with increased power handling and lower frequency response. The series includes the S8015 15” subwoofer, S8015 LP low profile subwoofer, S8018 18” subwoofer and S8028 double 18” subwoofer.
New hyperventilated neodymium transducers with larger voice coils have allowed for more power capacity, higher output and lower frequency response.
Let’s take a look at the differences:
• S8015 MK2 – Bass reflex 15” low frequency transducer, now with 4” voice coil. Increase of power handling from 800W to 1500W RMS. Lower frequency response ranging from 35-200 Hz. Increased max SPL to 133 dB.
• S8015 LP – The “LP” stands for low profile. As a band-pass model, the compact format of this 15” low frequency transducer cabinet makes it ideal for under stage and low profile situations at stands just under 15” tall. 800W RMS. Frequency response 43-250 Hz. Max SPL of 135 dB.
• S8018 MK2 – Bass reflex 18” low frequency transducer, now with 4” voice coil. Increase of power handling from 1000W to 1500W RMS. Lower frequency response ranging from 30-200 Hz. Increased max SPL to 137 dB.
• S8028 MK2 – Bass reflex dual 18” low frequency transducers, now with 4” voice coil. Increase of power handling from 2000W to 3000W RMS. Lower frequency response ranging from 30-200 Hz. Increased max SPL to 141 dB.
The Baltic birch plywood enclosures are designed for permanent installation environments painted in black, heavy duty textured epoxy with power coated front metal grille. Two Neutrik Speakon connectors in rear recessed input plate. The cabinet also has one M20 pole mount adaptor and integrated handles on the cabinet sides.

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RCF Expands Media Series Passive Installation Loudspeaker Solutions

In 2013, RCF rolled out the new Media Series of passive installation cabinets offering a 360º approach to the sound system design. With the addition of new Media small sized models the RCF Installed Sound Catalogue offers a complete portfolio – from Media Series to Acustica C Series two-way and H Series three-way cabinets to the Audio System Engineer. With this RCF becomes a single source, trusted partner, from the smallest to the most complex audio project.
Voiced for the usual incredible vocal clarity and high frequency definition with controlled bass response.
For the integrator, connectivity is via removable screw terminal blocks. The Media Series cabinets include M8 and M10 flypoints. In addition, there is an optional horizontal U-bracket for mounting or unique horizontal/vertical adjustable swivel wall mount bracket.
The initial offering of the Media Series featured five models, from the smallest 5.5” to the largest 2 x 6.5”, providing the ideal solution for small to medium sized projects.
In 2014, RCF expands that series with the introduction of 10” and 12” two-way cabinets, three subwoofers, and select cabinets now available in white.
Let’s take a quick look:
• M501 – 5.5” LF/MR + 1” HF. 80W. 112 dB max SPL. 80Hz-20kHz. 90×90. 12”x7”x7.25”, black or white
• M502 – Dual 5.5” LF/MR + 1” HF. 130W. 119 dB max SPL. 90Hz-20kHz. 90×90. 18.5”x7”x7.25”
• M601 – 6.5” LF/MR + 1” HF. 100W. 118 dB max SPL. 80Hz-20kHz. 90×90. 14”x8.5”x9”, black or white
• M602 – Dual 6.5” LF/MR + 1” HF. 160W. 123 dB max SPL. 70Hz-20kHz. 90×90. 21.25”x8.5”x9”
• M801 – 8” LF/MR + 1” HF. 150W. 120 dB max SPL. 65Hz-20kHz. 17.75”x10.25”x11”, black or white
For 2014, two new models including a 10” and 12” have been added to the two-way lineup:
• M1001 – 10” MR/LF + 1” HF. 300W. 128 dB max SPL. 60Hz-20kHz. 90×70. 19.7”x10.5”x12.6”
• M1202 – 12” MR/LF + 1” HF. 300W. 129 dB max SPL. 55Hz-20kHz. 90×70. 24.4”x14.9”x16”
Three new subwoofers have been added to the series. The bass reflex cabinets add the enhanced low frequency response necessary in a system, handling frequencies from 50-200 Hz. Designed to handle peak power 4X more than RMS power handling rating.
• S5012 – Single 12”. 300W. 127 dB max SPL. 40 lbs. 15”x17”x16.5”
• S5020 – Dual 10”. 500W. 130 dB max SPL. 62 lbs. 13.4”x26.8”x16.5”
• S5022 – Dual 12”. 600W. 133 dB max SPL. 73 lbs. 15”x34”x16.5”
The Media Series now offers three cabinets in either black or white finish – M501, M601 and M801.
For data sheets and line drawings (.pdf), 2D and 3D drawings (.dxf), EASE data (.gll), manuals and other technical information, is readily available at: http://www.rcf.it/en_US/installed-sound-systems/media-series/overview

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George Thorogood extends 40th Anniversary Tour through Summer using RCF HDL20-A Line Array System

(Edison, New Jersey) George Thorogood has announced the extension of his 40th Anniversary tour through the end of July.
As a house system Thorogood is touring with, he has chosen the RCF HDL20-A line arrays coupled with RCF SUB-8006AS subwoofers. RCF has entered into a strategic alliance with Hendersonville, Tennessee-based tour audio provided 242 Concepts on the 2014 George Thorogood and The Destroyers 40th Anniversary Tour
For the tour, 242 Concepts is taking 24 HDL20-A along with 12 SUB-8006AS subwoofers for use dependent on size of venue. The RCF HDL20-A is a 1,400-watt two-way line array cabinet with two 10” low frequency/mid frequency transducers coupled with a 3” high frequency compression driver capable of achieving 135 dB max SPL. The SUB-8006AS is a 5,000-watt dual 18” subwoofer able to achieve 141 dB max SPL.
As they have been on the road since February, 242 Concepts has been utlizing the system extensively. They have been amazed at the performance.
On the first leg of the tour, “The system has performed flawlessly,” notes Production Manager/FOH Engineer Jeff Pitt comments. “It is super easy to rig, and the aiming software has been an excellent tool for preparing the system for implementation into the wide array of venues we encounter. We chose the HDL products due to the plug and play nature of the design. We’ve been able to hang more boxes than in previous tours due lightweight design of the box. The system has fit quite nicely into the truck pack taking up a mere 12’ of truck space.”
242 Concepts Engineer Brian Belcher concurs, “there is so much headroom in these boxes, we’ve never clipped in any way,” he says. “That’s refreshing.” Belcher goes on to provide power usage readings demonstrating that a 24 box HDL20-A rig with 12 SUB8006-AS subwoofers drawing less than 13 amps total. “I don’t think anyone else out there can say they can do that!”
And regarding the SUB8006-AS, Belcher comments, “there’s something special about these subwoofers. They are musically amazing, reproducing 30 Hz without really trying. They add so much to our bass guitar. Wow!”
RCF is excited to be part of the 40th Anniversary Tour. “We all grew up appreciating the music of George Thorogood,” says RCF USA Director of Sales John Krupa, “and we at RCF wanted to be part of this historic 40th anniversary tour.”
For George Thorogood and his longtime band The Destroyers – Jeff Simon (drums, percussion), Bill Blough (bass guitar), Jim Suhler (rhythm guitar) and Buddy Leach (saxophone) – their 40th anniversary is indestructible proof that staying true to yourself and the music can still mean something. Over the course of sixteen studio albums (including six Gold and two Platinum), they would storm the charts over their illustrious career with a catalog of iconic hits that includes “Who Do You Love”, “I Drink Alone”, “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer”, “Move It On Over”, “Bad To The Bone” and more, being able to share it with audiences is what will always matter to Thorogood. The tour coincides with the release of the George Thorogood & The Destroyers ICON album and the Eagle Rock Entertainment live DVD Live At Montreux.
Ultimately, the 40 Years Strong Tour is 50% celebration, 50% declaration and 100% Thorogood throwdown. But after four decades as one of the most consistent – and consistently unique – careers in rock, can a guitar-slinger still at the top of his game choose a moment that sums it all up? “Stan Musial was once asked, ‘What was the greatest day of your career?’ And Stan said ‘Every day when I walk onto the field is the greatest day.’ I feel the same way,” George says. “Every night when I walk out on that stage is the highlight of my career. I hit that first chord, the band kicks in, and we hear the audience respond. That’s the rush. 40 years into this, and every night, that’s still the only moment that matters.”
For George Thorogood & The Destroyers – and for rock & roll – it doesn’t get stronger than that. And their choice to make it happen – RCF. Tour dates and information are available at www.georgethorogood.com .

6/19/14 Atlantic City, NJ – House of Blues
6/20-21/14 Hampton Beach, NH – Hampton Beach Casino
6/22/14 Webster, MA – Indian Ranch
6/25/14 Albany, NY – Empire Place
6/26/14 Verona, NY – Turning Stone Casino
6/27/14 Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Rocks the Harbor – Erie Canal Harbor Wharf
6/28/14 Rochester, NY – International Jazz Festival
6/29/14 Augusta, NJ – Rock, Ribs & Ridges Festival
7/1/14 Northfield, OH – Hard Rock Live
7/3/14 Elizabeth, IN – Horseshoe Casino
7/4/14 Davenport, IA – Mississippi Valley Blues Festival
7/5/14 Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest
7/6/14 Naperville, IL – Ribfest
7/9/14 Traverse City, MI – National Cherry Festival
7/10/14 Toledo, OH – Hollywood Casino Summer Series
7/11/14 Manchester, IA – Delaware County Fair
7/12/14 Michigan City, IN – Harrah’s Blue Chip Casino
7/18/14 Sioux Falls, SD – Sioux Falls Jazz Festival
7/19/14 Walker, MN – Moondance Ranch Jam Festival
7/20/14 Mankato, MN – Vetter Stone Amphitheatre
7/22/14 Janesville, WI – Rock County Fair

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