ART 310-A MK III Active, 2-way 350-w Bi-amplified, 10" Woofer
RCF ART 310-A MK III is an active, 2-way speaker system, 350-w bi-amplified. It integrates a high power, a complete electronic processor section and RCF low distortion, high power neodymium transducers.
The system is unique in its class for output and vocal intelligibility. The new 10" neodymium woofer is the result of the latest refinement in year of RCF experience in compact 2 way speakers. Features a 2.5" voice coil, very high efficiency and controlled bass reproduction.
The compression driver uses a new 1.5" Mylar dome design and optimised geometry radial phase plug. This innovative design is powered from a high flux neodymium magnet offering a very open and natural midrange sound with extreme precision in high frequency reproduction. A generous 2-step class-H design is used to power the low frequencies and the compression driver amplifier is a warm and clear class AB design.
Incredibly lightweight, ART 310-A uses high efficiency TAED amplifier and neodymium woofer and compression driver for the maximum output in the minimum weight ever seen in the 10" active speaker.
The input section presents a XLR input connector that is switchable from microphone to line levels. A master volume control and a useful XLR loop through link guarantee the best versatility. The processor section includes active crossover, system equalisation, transducers phase alignment, limiter and protection functions. The system is visually monitored from 4 status LEDs.
All the system is housed in a strong, very lightweight, polypropylene composite enclosure. The woofer is protected with a strong, powder coated, metal grille. The cabinet features 2 M10 threaded fly points, a 35 mm stand adaptor plus an ergonomic top handle for easy transportation.
|Freq. Range (-10 dB):||50 - 20 kHz|
|Coverage angle:||90° x 70°|
|Input Signal Impedance:||Balanced/Unbalanced|
|Output Signal Connector:||XLR|
|Input sensitivity:||0 dBu|
|Crossover Frequencies:||1800 Hz|
|Master Vol. Music/Voice EQ:||Yes|
|Hardware:||Two M10 flying points|