IC Live arrays provide an elegant solution to long standing acoustical problems with slim enclosures that blend into any environment. Individual driver control maximizes the acoustical advantages of this design. The result is unsurpassed vertical pattern control – essential for delivering intelligible speech in reverberant spaces. IC Live beams can be steered up or down while the array remains vertical – and nearly invisible.
IC Live arrays are also powerful. Their 6.5 inch neodymium low frequency transducers and 1 inch throat titanium nitride coated high frequency drivers produce surprisingly high sound levels for their size. They are equally at home delivering a quiet sermon in a reverberant cathedral, cutting through the crowd noise in a gym during a close basketball game or shaking the walls with rock music in a club.
IC Live for Fixed Installations
IC Live arrays use advanced digital beam steering technology to deliver impeccable sound while staying in the background visually.
Adaptable, Articulate, Invisible
Digital beam steering puts IC Live output where it belongs: on the audience, and way from walls and ceilings.
Computer software lets you define the opening angles for as many as four sonic beams from each ICL-R array module (up to 8 beams when stacked) and aim them up or down. Meanwhile, the slim enclosure stays vertical and inconspicuous.
Two ICL-FR modules can be stacked for even tighter control and higher output.
Powerful, Accurate, Musical
Iconyx transparent technology controls sound with the most advanced, intelligent DSP. Multi-channel Class D digital amplifiers with integral DSP engines control every single array element with programmable precision.
High-current audiophile output stages power each individual lightweight, efficient transducer in the Iconyx array. Even at 100 feet, SPL is an impressive 105 dB (108 dB when stacked). Output is flat from 80 Hz to 20 kHz.
Low frequency energy can be extended to 40 Hz or below with matching subwoofers.
Portable, Scalable, Versatile
Iconyx IC Live arrays are engineered for portable applications, with an easy-to-use interlocking hardware system that makes setup simple.
Two IC Live arrays can be combined for added output and control. When full range musical output is important to the program, one or two IC215-S dual 15-inch subwoofers can be added to either array.
One-Touch Presets, Intuitive Software
RHAON empowered IC Live arrays provide a full set of remote control and supervision functions, along with the ability to store up to ten preset configurations in memory.
The presets adapt the arrays' 150° wide horizontal coverage for typical applications such as hotel meeting rooms or auditoriums.
For more complex situations, Iconyx BeamWare software makes it easy to shape the array’s coverage to the audience area.
Nine presets (four factory and five custom) can be stored in memory, ready for selection from the rear panel. Simply scroll through them using the Up/Down buttons and indicator LEDs on the rear panel to find the right one for any given room and audience, and you're ready to go.
Philadelphia, PA | November, 2015 - "It was a challenging project and a challenging space, but the Renkus-Heinz IC Live system was really an ideal solution" - Walter Mosetter, Philadelphia Sound Production
Karbala, Iraq | July, 2015 - "It was truly an amazing opportunity to work with these Renkus-Heinz products. Despite the many constraints we had with it being a holy site, I think we have built an effective and attractive solution." - Abdulrazzak Hummadi, Qurtuba Broadcasting and Communications Services
Las Vegas, NV | June, 2015 - For Omnia, I was looking for a steerable array that was relatively small yet had punch. The IC Live sounds great and is a lot more powerful than you'd expect for its size. It had everything we needed " - Chris Kmiec of UK-based systems integrator AudioTek.
Toronto, Canada | March, 2015 - It's a principle that applies to virtually any industry – cultivating talent, in most cases, reaps significantly greater rewards than simply purchasing it. It was with this very principle in mind that, in the second half of 2011, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) announced plans to build its $21 million Toronto Football Club Kia Training Ground & Academy at the city's Downsview Park for its soccer franchise.
Northville, MI | October, 2014 - "The IC Lives gave great penetration into the lower areas. And because of their width, they delivered great horizontal front-fill coverage. We didn't need to do any down-fill or front-fill boxes because the IC LIVEs were covering all the way across." - Nathan Cole, Sound Planning Communications
Chongqing, People's Republic of China | October, 2014 - Located at the confluence of the Jialing Jiang and Yangtze Rivers, Chongqing International Expo Center is one of the world's ten largest convention centers, and the largest in western China. Designed and built by Insigma Systems Engineering Co, Ltd., and owned by Chongqing Panda Investment and Development Co., Ltd., the Expo Center covers more than 200,000 square meters (2.1 million square feet), with 16 exhibition halls that buzz throughout the year with exhibitions, conferences, and a wide range of events.
Oslo, Norway | June, 2014 - "Using the beam steering to its full potential, the ICONYX speakers were able to deliver great, well controlled speech intelligibility to the very back rows. It is difficult to imagine how a conventional loudspeaker could have delivered this type of performance." - Geir Kristoffersen, Cowi Consultaing Group
Trento, Italy | April, 2014 - The Opera Universitaria di Trento recently completed construction of its new student union, a modern building that is home to housing and financial offices, as well as fitness facilities including one of the country's largest climbing walls. It also houses a new, 240-seat performing arts theater, equipped with an extensive audio, video and lighting installation by Trento-based AV installers A&T Multimedia Srl.
Columbia, MO | November, 2013 - "Having the ability to control our point sources and direct the sound exactly where we wanted it — and more importantly, to steer it away from the places we didn’t want it — made a tremendous difference. The sound in there now is crystal clear." - Brian Noerlinger, Conference Technologies, Inc.
Bratislava, Slovakia | November, 2013 - Completed in 1886, the Slovak National Theatre was designed by Viennese architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer. Since 1920, the ornate, 1,000-seat building has been the seat of the Slovak National Theatre opera and ballet ensembles. The hall has also hosted performances by some of the world’s top opera and ballet talents.
Baku, Azerbaijan | June, 2013 - If ever there was a work of architecture that called for performance technology worthy of its sleek and lustrous lines, then the curvaceous, otherworldly Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, must surely be it.
Eau Claire, WI | March, 2013 - UW-Eau Claire's oldest building, the stately brick façade of Schofield Hall dates back to the beginnings of this storied campus in 1916. In addition to the University's main administration offices, the building is home to the Schofield Auditorium, a 600-seat multi-purpose venue...
Chatsworth, CA | March, 2013 - When Chaminade High School for Boys opened its doors in 1952, it was housed in a converted military academy in Los Angeles that played host to 114 students. Since then, the school (now co-ed and known as Chaminade College Preparatory School) has expanded to include middle and high schools on two campuses in the Los Angeles suburbs of Chatsworth and West Hills.
Doha, Qatar | March, 2010 - Aspire Park in Doha has one of what surely be one of the world's most innovative
public address systems. 106 Iconyx IC Live and IC Live Dual loudspeakers are
individually addressed over a RHAON network across the park's 88 hectares.
1.0 V (for rated power output)
80 Hz to 20 kHz
105 dB peak @ 100 Ft. (30.5 m)
150° up to 3 kHz; 120° above 3 kHz
Vert. Opening Angles:
20°, 25° and 30°
Adjustable from -30° to +30°
80 Ft. (25 meters)
Effective down to 800 Hz
No. Transducers - Each Module:
Five 6.5-inch cone transducers with neodymium magnets Three 1-inch HF titanium nitride compression drivers