Orlando, FL | May, 2015 - The sultry Florida summer beckons as the annual InfoComm show wafts its way to Orlando again this year. For Renkus-Heinz, it's a time to celebrate the next generation of steered beam technology.
Join us for a press conference on Wednesday, June 17 at 12:00 noon at Booth 1113, as the world leader in steerable sound announces the official launch of Iconyx Gen5 and IC Live ICL-FR Gen5. The next generation of their award-winning Iconyx Series, Iconyx Gen5 incorporates UniBeam Technology for dramatically more uniform coverage, increased output, and faster setup, as well as new configurations for easier and more cost effective installation.
Also on display will be the completely redesigned RHAON II networking software, with a new and intuitive, device-centric UI, streamlined workflow, and more than 200% faster operation.
Together, says Renkus-Heinz VP Sales and Marketing Rik Kirby, this new generation of technology keeps Renkus-Heinz at the forefront of steerable sound. "People always say you have to choose two out of three — better, faster, or cheaper," says Kirby, "but with Gen5 and RHAON2, we've managed to achieve them all."
Also at the booth will be the in-demand VARIAi installed modular point source line array, as well as popular Iconyx IC Live models. And elsewhere in the halls, the Technologies for Worship Pavilion (West Hall 6878) will be sporting a high-performance IC Live system.
Away from the din of the show floor, you can hear a number of these new models in action in Demo Room W204A. Come feast your ears on a surround system of IC2, and find out more about Iconyx Gen5 and VARIAi, with demos on the odd hours.
Of course, no InfoComm Show would be complete without the annual Renkus-Heinz Consultants' Breakfast. Now in its 24th year, the event brings together the best minds in our industry for an early morning briefing on the latest in technology. This year's event will include presentations by Ann Loughlin, Technical Solutions Engineer at Autodesk; Roland Hemming of RH Consulting; and Ralph Heinz, Renkus-Heinz Sr. VP. Contact Margie Ulm if you'd like to attend.