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RCF presents its VSA 850 and VSA 1250 multi-amplified vertical steerable arrays, designed for indoor installations where moderate visual impact is required.

The VSA 850 and VSA 1250 are designed to process the audio signal sent to each speaker for controlling its vertical acoustic dispersion to address the audio signal to the listening area, avoiding to send the acoustic energy to ceilings and empty floors, thus not introducing bad reflections that would affect speech intelligibility, mainly in critical environments with high reverberation time, the company says.

The DSP circuit is connected in digital domain to the twelve 50 W each Class-D technology power amplifiers, which drive the 8 (for the 850) or 12 (for the 1250) transducers. The amplification circuits include several protection systems and controls.

Through the remote control’s user touch screen interface it is possible to select among three different groups of presets.

For two out of three groups of presets the only parameters that the operator has to insert, in fact, are the installation height of the column and the area to cover.

The products are made of extruded aluminium.

 

VSA 850 Technical Features:

  • 8 x Class D, 50 W amplifiers
  • 93 dB Max SPL (at 30 metres)
  • 8 x 3.5" full range speakers
  • 48 kHz 32 bit processing
  • Horizontal dispersion 130°
  • Vertical dispersion controlled up to 10° to 30º
  • Power supply 115/230 Vac (600VA); 24 V dc
  • Extruded aluminium body
  • Ceramic block terminals and thermal fuse on 0 dB balanced priority input
  • Standard installation accessories included
  • Indicators and control for EN 60849 monitoring facility


VSA 1250 Technical Features:

  • 12 x Class D, 50 W amplifiers
  • 94 dB Max SPL (at 30 metres)
  • 12 x 3.5" full range speakers
  • 48 kHz 32 bit processing
  • Horizontal dispersion 130°
  • Vertical dispersion controlled up to 10° to 30º
  • Power supply 115/230 Vac (600VA); 24 V dc
  • Extruded aluminium body
  • Ceramic block terminals and thermal fuse on 0 dB balanced priority input
  • Standard installation accessories included
  • Indicators and control for EN 60849 monitoring facility
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