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Renkus-Heinz TRX151/9 loudspeakers


I must say that I love these Renkus-Heinz TRX151 loudspeakers. The sound from them is simply fantastic. I have always had a very high regard for speakers from the Renkus-Heinz family and these are no exception. According to what is said on their website about these speakers:

TRX Series loudspeakers employ advanced technology and application-driven engineering to bring live sound closer to the ultimate reference point: reality. Cutting-edge driver technology and unique innovations like our Complex Conic horns deliver natural sounding music and intelligible speech.

Versatile enclosure designs, combined with a wide range of mounting options and associated hardware, provide unrestricted flexibility for both portable and installed applications. Wherever audiences and operators demand superior performance and ease of use, TRX Series loudspeakers are the choice for unequalled value.

The beautiful thing about these speakers is that besides giving good, solid sound is the way that they are built. Absolutely solidly built and built to take a beating. This is what they offer:

  • Compact Multi-Function Design
  • Exclusive Complex Conic Design – Complex Conic Horn provides superior pattern control with low distortion
  • Choice of Coverage Pattern – Complex Conic Horn provides smooth 60º by 40º or 90º by 40º coverage, may be rotated 90º within cabinet.
  • 1″ Extended Range Titanium HF Driver – Provides smooth, low distortion high frequency performance to 18 kHz and beyond.
  • Heavy-Duty 15-inch Woofer – With carbon fiber cone easily handles 700 Watts of program power.
  • Built-in Crossover – Eliminates need for a separate electronic crossover and bi-amplification.

So as one can see, very cool stuff, with a woofer that is fibre treated and comes with a 3″ voice coil, which means it can take a pounding with up to 70 watts program. Yep. I love these speakers

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