RCF 10" Art 3 Series ART 310A MKIII 2-Way Sound Reinforcement Speaker (Black)

RCF 10" Art 3 Series ART 310A MKIII 2-Way Sound Reinforcement Speaker (Black)

RCF 10" Art 3 Series ART 310A MKIII 2-Way Sound Reinforcement Speaker (Black)

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The black 10” Art 3 Series ART 310A MKIII 2-Way Sound Reinforcement Speaker from RCF is an active, wide dispersion speaker. It integrates a digital high power 400W amplifier, a multiway DSP section, and premium RCF low distortion, high power transducers. The result is compact, high power accurate systems. This speaker offers clarity and low distortion.

The total amplifier power is 400W RMS; a 300W digital amplifier design is used to power the low frequencies, and the compression driver is powered from 100W of digital clear power. The DSP takes care of low noise crossover, equalizations, soft-limiters, RMS limiters, large signals compression, and protection functions.

The input section presents an XLR input connector that is switchable from microphone to line levels. A master volume control and a useful XLR loop through link guarantee versatility. This 10" two-way speaker features a 2” voice coil, very high efficiency, and controlled bass reproduction. The compression driver uses a 1.5” Mylar dome design and optimized geometry radial phase plug. This design is powered from a high flux ferrite magnet offering a very open and natural midrange sound with precision in high frequency reproduction.

This system is housed in a strong, lightweight, polypropylene composite enclosure. The woofer is protected from a strong, powder-coated, metal grille. The cabinet features two M10-threaded fly points, a 35mm stand adapter, and an ergonomic top handle for easy transportation.

This is the reference speaker in the 10” size. It has high amplifier power, high quality neodymium transducers, and compact size cabinet. From live sound, playback, and monitoring to corporate events and presentations, this speaker is suitable in all situations where the output of a PA and the size of a studio monitor is required. It has deep bass punch, and linear and precise frequency response.

400W monolithic bi-amplification, 300W low frequency and 100W high frequency power
127 dB maximum SPL
Wide dispersion, 90 x 70 low distortion, constant directivity horn
10" high power woofer
1" high frequency driver
Electronic equalization, phase alignment, limiter, and protection
Jack XLR input and XLR signal output
Comfortable top handle for easy transportation and positioning
Two M10 fly points and built-in pole mount adapter
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RCF 10" Art 3 Series ART 310A MKIII 2-Way Sound Reinforcement Speaker (Black)
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Note: Extended 1-Year Warranty on Product Registration

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    RCF ART 310-A specs

    Frequency Response 50 Hz to 20 kHz
    SPL Maximum 127 dB
    Coverage Angle 90 x 70°
    Directivity Factor: 10.5
    Q (DI): 10
    Driver Compression: 1.00" (25.40 mm), 1.40" (35.56 mm) voice coil
    Woofer 10.0" (254.0 mm), 2.0" (50.8 mm) voice coil
    Input Signal Impedance: Balanced/unbalanced
    Input Connector Jack/XLR male
    Output Signal Connector: XLR female
    Input Sensitivity -2 / 4 dBu
    Crossover Frequencies 1,800 Hz
    Protection Thermal, RMS
    Limiter Fast
    Controls Volume, EQ shape, mic/line
    Power Nominal: 400 W
    Frequency High: 100 W
    Low: 300 W
    Cooling Convection
    Cabinet Composite PP
    Hardware Rigging Inserts: 2 M10 fly points and built-in pole mount adapter
    Handle 1 top
    Configuration Compact 2-way speaker
    Grille Custom perforated steel grille with open-cell poly fiber backing
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 21.14 x 13.27 x 12.4" (537.00 x 337.00 x 315.00 mm)
    Weight 27.77 lb (12.60 kg)
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    Package Weight 34.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.0 x 15.2 x 14.5"

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