RCF 310a: A Ten-inch (Audio) Tool in Your Hands
It’s amazing how many prerequisites the average powered box user demands these days before they will put their hand into their pockets; small, (must fit in the Corolla), ultra light, super loud and with no EQ sound like three tons of concert PA. Well it might not quite keep up with the concert PA but the new RCF Art 310a does a pretty good job at the first three, and certainly doesn’t need graphic-ologist to make it sound good.
The RCF ART 310a is the 10” box that will out perform most powered 12” systems, yet is almost the weight of a powered 8” speaker. Digitally processed high-tech discrete amplifier power and high-quality neodymium transducers are the secret behind its very compact size and light weight. The system is quite unique in its class for output, vocal intelligibility and low frequency performance, and it’s really a collection of new developments that sum to a really effective package.
The new 10” neodymium woofer is the result of many years of RCF experience in high-powered speaker design. Featuring a 2.5” diameter long excursion voice coil, very high efficiency and controlled bass is delivered from the ultra efficient neodymium driver. The compression driver uses a new 1.5” Mylar dome design and optimized 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 high efficiency 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. In effect, it performs and sounds like the old ART 300a but it’s smaller and lighter. It all adds up to the ultimate in versatile very compact powered systems. From live sound, playback and monitoring to corporate events and presentations, ART 310-A is the ideal speaker in all the situations where the output of a PA and the size of a studio monitor is required. Did I mention that it also makes a “killer” fold back wedge?
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