RCF has introduced TT+ Audio, a new high-performance sound reinforcement brand founded on decades of RCF design and manufacture experience. The first product series to feature the new branding is the highly anticipated GTX Line Array System, a powerful array solution developed for large-scale touring and installation applications.
Incorporating the brand’s newly developed Precision Transducers, GTX systems feature multi-layer voice coils, advanced motor structures, and oversized magnets designed to provide added power handling and higher performance. Compression drivers work in tandem with proprietary waveguides to deliver extremely accurate coverage, with networked integration and remote management offering precise control for every scenario.
Originally debuted as part of RCF Arena, GTX is the culmination of 70 years of experience in professional audio solutions, as Alessandro Manini, Director of R&D at TT+ AUDIO, explains:
“Our target is to leverage this experience to address the full range of challenges faced by touring sound professionals and large-venue system installers. Starting from a no-compromises philosophy, we spent the last two years testing and refining the GTX System in both indoor and outdoor venues to find the perfect mix of power and sound clarity for all types of events. We are very proud of the final result. It’s an audio system that speaks for itself.”
The philosophy of TT+ Audio is underpinned by absolute control over every aspect of engineering and manufacturing, resulting in solutions capable of withstanding the rigors of touring and extreme weather conditions, whilst delivering optimal sonic consistency and performance.
The current GTX Line Array offerings include a full range three-way line array module, GTX 12, a two-way line array module, GTX 10, and high performance subwoofer module, GTS 29. Enclosures are constructed from waterproof birch plywood and coated with a durable polyurea finish. Rigging hardware is designed to provide touring and installation crews with efficient setup when suspended or stacked, with anti-rattle locks and a proprietary captive hinge bar mechanism that slips into position when set in tension or compression mode.
RCF’s general manager, Fausto Incerti, highlights the history and future of the new brand: “For over 70 years, RCF has pioneered audio engineering. With the debut of TT+ Audio, we embark on the next phase of this journey, introducing a dedicated team that will drive the future of sound. The establishment of TT+ Audio marks a new chapter of opportunity for us. We look forward to the road ahead.”
Learn more about the GTX Line Array System on the official TT+ Audio website.