...I could get the JTR with the 90 degree horn and have pretty good coverage with a single speaker on each side. 120 degrees using the Yorkville, 90 with the JTR. I would prefer the 60 degree horn so I can easily add two more JTRs later, but I can't bite off (4) JTRs now and I would rather have a better horizontal coverage.I just think the 90H horn would be a lot more versatile with a one per side setup to start with. I could power at 1250 watts 4 ohm with a PLX3602 or I could go 1250 watts with the MA5000i at 8 ohm or even 2500 watts at 4 ohm depending on how I ordered the JTRs and have a chance to add another set of JTRs later for larger outdoor events. My question for anyone with experience using this speaker is, based on this setup what are your thoughts? Will 2 JTRs with this summer series setup "kill it"? Also what type of outdoor small festival type shows have you done with your JTRs? With the stellar reviews I have read and the fact that the JTRs weight only 49lbs it really has my attention. Man with this small footprint it would give me all kinds of options.
As Royal mentioned, Jeff is extremely solid. No fluff, no hype, no over-promising. Every single show that we do has people coming up to us during and after to ask about our gear. They are impressed by the clarity and performance and can't believe things are so compact.
Thanks everyone for the input. It is exactly what I wanted to hear.It's really good to have a forum like this, so info can be shared.Steve
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