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Rat Sound Invests In RCF Subwoofers
Sixteen TTS56-A subwoofers Immediately deployed at YUMA tent at Coachella
Rat Sound, located in Camarillo, CA recently purchased 16 RCF TTS56-A
powered subwoofers for their expansive rental inventory.
"We've been seeing an increase in client demand for a 21-inch based
subwoofer product capable of reproducing very high SPL levels at very low
frequencies," explains Dave Rat, owner of Rat Sound. "After some testing
we found that the RCF TTS56's self powered design, high output levels and
competitive price point were an excellent solution to fill that demand."
The testing showed that each RCF TTS56-A produced distinctly more output
than any two dual 18-inch based enclosures that are currently available in
Rat Sound inventory. The TTS56-A's also occupy significantly less truck
space and offer a lower deployment cost than dual 18-inch enclosures.
"More low end in less space is definitely a strong asset," Rat adds. "Add
to that the simplicity of self-powered plug and play, internal delay
control, a cardioid configuration option, an impressive size/weight to SPL
output ratio and you get a very useful extended LF subwoofer solution."
Rat Sound utilized all 16 TTS56-A subs at the 3-day/2-weekend Coachella
festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. Responsible
for providing audio for six stages at the festival, the crew opted to
deploy the subs at the newest edition to Coachella, the YUMA tent.
Home to almost non-stop Electronic Dance Music (EDM), the nightclub-like
space provided the only fully enclosed, air conditioned performance venue
at the fest.
"We needed something that would allow us to achieve a sonic impact that
differentiated from the low frequency offered at the numerous other
stages," says Rat. "Putting 16 of those RCF subs in that tent created
enough low frequency sound to literally blur your vision and create a
completely immersive experience."
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RCF designs and manufactures high-quality professional audio sound system
components including transducers, powered and self-powered loudspeakers
and line arrays, power amplifiers, digital loudspeaker management systems,
recording monitors, microphones and rack components. Headquartered in
Reggio Emilia, Italy, RCF USA is a subsidiary of the RCF Group, which is
comprised of RCF S.p.A and AEB Industriale s.r.l. (which owns
dBTechnologies), and is listed on the Italian Stock Exchange.
Julie McLean Clark
This review was on LA.com
New Yuma Tent earns rave reviews at Coachella festival
By Wes Woods II
Posted: 04/12/2013 02:01:49 PM PDT
INDIO - The new Yuma Tent created some new fans Friday at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival here.
"It's excellent. From the sound system to the nice bass," said Francis Ronan, 42, of San Francisco and London after he danced shirtless inside the spacious air conditioned tent to the throbbing bass from artist Sece while pulsating light displays and multiple disco balls entertained a small but energetic crowd.
Josie Parada, 21, of Los Angeles and friend Cinthia Garcia, 22, also of Los Angeles gave the tent a positive review.
"It's got like a Renaissance style feel," Parada said of the intricate designs on the tent's walls. Added Garcia: "The music selection was good. You can definitely dance to it."
Ben Rudnick, 34, of San Francisco said he felt the organizers did a "good job" on the new addition to the festival after walking out of it Friday afternoon.
"I wasn't originally planning on checking it out. But they killed it. It had a great sound system ... it's classy."
Ronan did have one improvement suggestion. He said he would like to see the tent add mirrors on its walls.
"So you can see yourself dance," Ronan said with a grin.