How wide is the room? Where and how high can you fly the speakers? Do you need coverage to the sides of the stage? It would really help to have pictures or a floor plan showing the stage and audience area. It's a bit hard to address specific products without knowing the dimensions involved.
What do you mean by a "legit array"? Do you have to meet riders and if so, are there particular brands or products that are typically acceptable or not? Do you have a budget?
Will you have amplifier channels and processing so that each box in an array can be processed and amplified independently or were you thinking all the speakers in an array on one channel? A simple left and right array configuration in a wide, shallow room may result one box in an array having to 'throw' much further than others and thus their ideally being independently processed and amplified. In very wide, shallow rooms it is often difficult to get proper stereo coverage where each speaker or array actually provides good coverage of the entire listener area by itself from just a single left and right speaker or array. Would a mono speaker system be a viable option?
lets say the stage is 24ft wide, the room is 75ft wide, 35ft deep.there is only about 13ft of vertical space, and really only 3ft before you're in sight lines.When I say legit array, I mean any hang of substantial length, since there's only about 3ft of vertical space that can be realistically used.
So why do you think you need a "hang of substantial length" for a room that is 35' deep and 75' wide???
Hey, Ivan!!!!How's it hangin'
Because I've never heard any "line array" under 3 boxes that sounded remotely good?
Not enough vertical space for a legit array, nor do I really think it makes sense
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