Thatís my point, and itís reflected in your range of speakers.
If you had focused on live sound I suspect your speaker range and design would be slightly different and more focused on some of the things Iím talking about.
What a lot (most?) of people involved in "live sound" don't realize is that for most loudspeaker companies the "install" side of things accounts for around 70% or more of their business.
Yes it is not the "glamor" side of things. And it is "repeatable" business.
Take this for example. If a manufacturer sells a system to a rental house they make a sale. THat company may not make another large purchase for years.
But for an install company they do an install. But to get more work they have to do another install. and another.
This is really good for the manufacturers because it provides a stream of sales.
I am not saying one is better than the other-but you have to have steady income to stay in business and the install market provides that.
While the install side of the business is the current "focus", there is consideration for the live side.
But you also have to consider that there are different "sides" to the live side.
There are the local clubs,small/mid regional providers and then large scale touring.
The products for these markets vary greatly in size-cost-deployment and so forth.
What "you" consider perfect is not "perfect" for other people.
As usual -one size does not fit all.