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The NX line array and the 2-way speakers are equipped with 750 W digital amplifers, 500 W for the woofers and 250 W for the compression drivers.

 

The NX S25-A and S21-A include a high output 1000 W digital amplifer.

 

RCF developed a digital amplifcation topology to match the transducers in each model. All amplifers present soft peak limiter, thermal and RMS protections.

 

TRANSDUCERS

All  the  loudspeakers  and  subwoofer  feature  neodymium  magnets  in  order  to  guarantee  a  better
performance and make for easier transportation. The NX S21-A includes a newly designed 21” low frequency
transducer.


CABINET
All cabinets are made in Baltic Birch and painted to withstand the life on the road and offers a range of mounting hardware, such as rubber coated aluminium handgrips and fy tracks inserts. The refex porting has been resized to offer a better effciency and reduced distortion.

 

WOOFER C.DRIVER POWER DIRECT. MAX SPL
The NX Series  is a  line of active  loudspeakers specifcally designed to be the everyday tool for rental companies and professional musicians.

 

Six models comprise the NX range: a line array module, three two-way monitors suitable both for PA systems and monitoring applications and two subwoofers.

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