Employing the same triple-tweeter technology and fully natural sound reproduction as their digitally steered brethren, the IC7's fixed acoustical beam is ideal for side fill, front fill, and "short throw" applications that don't demand programmable control.
Self-Powered IC7-II and externally amplified ICX7-II each comprise a column array of four 4" LF Woofers and three 4" full-range coaxial drivers. Internal passive electronics control the frequency and phase response of each driver, all working together to create a uniform 30 degree beam.
Where tighter beam control and higher output are required simply stack two IC(X)7-II enclosures end to end to create a taller seamless array.
St. Louis, MO | March, 2015 - "The Cathedral has been known as acoustic nightmare for many years. When we heard they wanted to upgrade their audio system, I knew immediately that Renkus-Heinz Iconyx was the right solution for the space." - Tony Badamo, Tech Electronics.
Winnipeg, Manitoba | February, 2015 - "I have had great success with Renkus-Heinz in similarly challenging spaces, especially their Iconyx arrays. The pattern control and fidelity they offer are ideal for applications like this, which require working closely with architects, engineers and AV designers to deliver the intended sound without bleeding throughout the exhibit galleries." - Steve Haas, SH Acoustics
Beachwood, OH | September, 2014 - "The key to the success of this system is in using very directional speakers, and placing them precisely. Steve Haas recommended Iconyx because it's an excellent speaker that throws well and has great directionality." - Brian Yates, Zenith Systems.
Banská Bystrica, Slovakia | July, 2014 - "The hall has always been very challenging acoustical space, and there were a lot of problems with spoken word intelligibility. The ICONYX systems really provided an excellent solution. Intelligibility has been dramatically improved, and their low profile design integrated nicely with the building's architecture." - Ing. Bohumil Tonkovic, MediaTech
Valencia, Spain | May, 2014 - "The ICONYX systems provide even sound pressure levels and the high intelligibility that is vital for delivering important information to the public. Flight announcements are clear, and passengers have the assurance that they can understand the message despite the background noise." - Diego Velázquez, LDA Audio Tech
Dobbs Ferry, NY | March, 2014 - "With a project like this one, we always face a balance between the need to preserve the natural beauty of the architecture, and the need to create a space that is functional. The integration of the Iconyx series into the Mercy College Rotunda gave us the performance and intelligibility we needed, while maintaining the building's classic aesthetics. They were a great choice." - Leo Garrison, Metro Sound Pros
Sochi, Russia | February, 2014 - "It was a great pleasure to work with the Renkus-Heinz system. I've heard many good things about their patented wave guides, but this was my first experience using their products on a large-scale project, and it was awesome. I've had so many great comments about the sound quality, from the athletes, from the spectators, and even from the heads of the Olympic Committee." -- Vladislav Azarov, Avallon Ltd.
Beirut, Lebanon | October, 2013 - The tall, domed central hall of the Lebanese Parliament building in Beirut has long been known as an acoustically challenging environment. But after many years and numerous attempts, a recent renovation has brought the building’s rogue reverberation under control, bringing clarity and high intelligibility to the iconic space with Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steered array loudspeakers.
Málaga, Spain | July, 2013 - Málaga, one of Europe's most historic cities, is building a much-needed new metro / subway rail network. And with the expertise of PA / VA integrators LDA AudioTech, Iconyx beam steering systems will make individual station announcements crystal clear.
Torsåker, Sweden | June, 2013 - Situated to the east of Hofors Municipality, Gävleborg County, in Sweden, a small rural town with less than 1000 inhabitants, the Torsåker Protestant church was completed in 1758, replacing the medieval church that had stood on the site since the 13th century. Outside the church are two rune stones, placed there during the 11th century and much sought after by adventurous tourists. Inside the church the altar piece and pulpit both date to the late 17th century, carved by master craftsman Marten Jonsson.
Danbury, CT | April, 2013 - Besides their corporate headquarters in southern California, MannKind Pharmaceuticals maintains two other campuses, including their technical operations team, located in Danbury, CT. It's a busy campus, hosting several hundred employees involved in the company's manufacturing, engineering, and quality assurance divisions.
1.0V (for RPO)
120Hz - 18kHz
Max SPL (Single):
117dB peak @ 1 meter
Max SPL (Dual Stacked):
123dB peak @ 1 meter
150° up to 3kHz, 120° above 3kHz
Vertical Dispersion (Single):
Vertical Dispersion (Dual):
Typical Throw (single):
66ft (20 meters)
Typical Throw (Dual):
132ft (40 meters)
Beam Control (Single):
Beam Control (Dual):
2.4A @ 120 V, 1.2 A @ 240 V, 50-60 Hz
175 W RMS @ 6 Ohms
3 - Coaxial with a 4" woofer and triple 1" tweeters, RH model SSL4-7 25 W RMS, 50 W Pgm
4 - 4" woofer, RH model SSL4-8, 25 W RMS, 50 W Pgm
See IC7-II Amplifier Specifications
Looping Neutrix Speakon & Screw Terminals
Extruded Aluminum with perforated steel grille
White or Black paint
Custom colors optional
30 Lbs (13.9 kg) Net
29.4 Lbs (13.4 kg) Net
44.38" H x 5.68" W x 4.75" D
(112.8 cm x 14.4 cm x 12 cm)
88.25" H x 5.68" W x 4.75" D
(224 cm x 14.4 cm x 12 cm)