These are using a DEQX rather than a passive crossover, right?
Richidoo how would you compare these to the Mejor?
Been a long time since I heard Mejor, but they remain my favorite Selah speaker for my needs. I was glad to learn that they are still available for ordering should I ever come down from my DIY treehouse. I think that they are a little more refined tonally as you would expect from their "best in the world" driver quality. But the arrays are very refined and played violin harmonic overtones, huge wailing brass sections and quiet woodwind sections perfectly as well as Tierney Sutton's ballad voice with grace and subtlety. They can play small and sweet if called, whereas the Mejors could never come close to the dynamic power or presentation scale of the arrays on bigger music. As I see it, the Mejor is intended for ultimate stereo listening in a small/medium size room or large residential room with the sub, while the arrays could do a huge home theater/music room, or a very realistic full size symphony orchestra in a ballroom with hundreds of people. Think Ray Kimber's OmniMike demo at RMAF, but you wouldn't have to use your imagination. Are you listening Ray??
Each midwoofer on the array is in its own separate box, held in the curve by the sidewalls.