The RCF system specified comprised 64 x TTL55-A and 24 x TTS36-A subwoofers
The government of Cuba chose RCF TT+ to telecast Pope  Benedict XVI visit to Havana

When Pope Benedict XVI recently visited the Cuban capital of Havana, the government of Cuba chose RCF TT+ (Touring & Theatre) series to broadcast the Papal Mass.

Hundreds of thousands of Cubans from the capital and neighbouring provinces filled Havana’s José Martí Plaza de la Revolución — at 72,000 sq. metres one of the biggest squares in the world.

The system specified comprised 64 x TTL55-A (16 elements left and right of main stage and two 16-hang outfills) and 24 x TTS36-A subwoofers (12 per side). In addition, 27 xTT25-A’s were deployed as delays — in 12 towers (each containing two cabinets), and three towers with one cabinet in each.

Finally eight TT25-SMA and eight NX12-SMA wedges provided stage monitoring while system control was in the shape of two DX 4008 4-in/8-out digital loudspeaker management devices and RDNet Control8 control and monitoring network.

The system designers were both extremely impressed with the power and intelligibility of the TT+ series, which registered 106dB at the furthest point of the site (210 meters). In particular, they praised the coherent, constant coverage pattern and definition of the system — as well as its power.

In conclusion, RCF product specialist, Oscar Mora, stated: “The coverage was such that the mass of Benedict XVI could be heard clearly right across the Square, demonstrating the intelligibility of TT+. Those related to the event expressed their delight with the system and I received many plaudits and congratulations afterwards.”