The HDL 30-A is an active two-way line array module with 2,200W power amplifier, a DSP ensuring FIR filtering between the two 10" and the 4" titanium dome motor, but also the protection and all the necessary DSP corrections controllable via the RDNet network. The size of the dome allows it to cover a very broad spectrum down to 680 Hz which guarantees excellent vocal rendering.
The RCF SUB 9007-AS are very high-performance subs with two 21” long-excursion transducers, neodymium magnet, double 4” coil, and Hyperventing cooling. The membrane is lightweight but extremely rigid, to be driven by an impressive power of 3,600W RMS. As for the line array, the 9007 is controlled via RDNet and has two choices for the low-cut filter at 25 and 35 Hz and 5 for the top, which allows it to connect well with the 10 HDL 30-A.
Mehdi magnifies the quality of the six DPA 4088 microphone capsules connected to the Sennheiser D6000 wireless system, digitally transmitted via Dante to the console. Six Shure PSM 900 in-ear receivers provide monitoring feedback to the lead roles.
Four Cisco switches allow the Dante stream to be routed with the security provided by redundancy. The sound sources are played by Ableton Live 10 here again with Dante from a MacBook Pro touch-controlled by an iPad Pro to launch the sequences.