Artison, a Savant company, has unveiled two new models of next generation Reactance Cancelling Configuration (RCC) architectural subwoofers. Building upon Artison’s past performance, the Mark II series of RCC subwoofers offer increased output levels, exceptional dynamics, lower distortion, and a significant increase in efficiency, according to the company.
Designed to deliver evenly distributed bass reinforcement from the ceiling, the Artison RCC160 MKII provides a balanced, blended audio experience that uses multiple points of sound.
The RCC160 MKII’s square and round grilles are 4.65 inches in diameter and are a perfect match for Savant’s Micro Aperture speaker family, as well as USAI Lighting Recess 4.5 fixtures. Also included, the rectangular grille is designed to blend in with in-ceiling HVAC registers when applicable. Each RCC160 MKII aluminum enclosure features two 4-inch by 6-inch drivers generating the approximate surface area of an 8-inch circular woofer.
Designed for both in-wall and in-ceiling installations, the Artison RCC320 MKII delivers even greater output, perfect for dedicated music or theater rooms. The RCC320 MKII employs four 4-inch by 6-inch subwoofer drivers per unit in an extruded aluminum enclosure engineered for tight spaces, with easy pre-construction or retrofit installation into a standard 2 x 4 stud bay. The Artison RCC320 MKII can be specified with a discrete speaker grille or an HVAC-style ceiling grille. For installations that require stacked pairs of RCC320 MKII’s, a single double-length discrete speaker grill can be ordered.
Rated at 1000 watts, the RCC1000-SA DSP-enabled amplifier features all-new firmware that was developed specifically for the Mark II series subwoofers. The 1U digital amplifier can drive up to four RCC320 MKII or eight RCC 160 MKII simultaneously.
RCC160 MKII or RCC320 MKII subwoofers are available to order now on the Savant Store. For information on becoming a direct dealer contact Steve Silberman at email@example.com
For more information, visit www.savant.com.