UK-based HH Electronics has announced the launch of its new TNA Active Line Array system, designed for small to medium sized applications, including live sound reinforcement, bars, clubs, houses of worship, education settings, conferencing, and corporate events.
At the heart of the system are the TNA-2120SA, a multi-channel active subwoofer with integrated Class D amplifier which features two high power 12” low frequency woofers with exceptionally high output, and the TNA-1800SA, a powerful single 18” active low frequency subwoofer.
As well as three channels of high performance amplification, the TNA-2120SA unit houses six cutting-edge built-in DSP presets and as part of a modular system, is capable of powering up to six satellite TNA-2051 passive two-way compact line array loudspeakers, offering an ideal installation solution without the extra expense of rack amplifiers and processors.
The TNA-2051 features dual HH-designed 5” LF drivers and 1.33” Celestion HF compression driver. Its outer enclosure features integrated rigging hardware, enabling the unit to be easily installed by a single engineer. Highly flexible, the TNA-2051 can be used in traditional line array systems for long throw applications, or as a standalone full range point source system.
The optimally voiced DSP presets within the TNA-2120SA allow a complete system to be used in flown or ground-stacked configurations, whilst its integrated rigging hardware and optional suspension bracket and dolly board allow for straightforward installation.