I see the PA speakers all the time for not much so that's awesome.
It makes sense that they'd work well in a bigger space, but the audiophile guys would talk down about them since they aren't going to work well in a living room.
Moonlight- My dad bought a set of Cerwin Vega's with this JVC I still use in the early 70's. I threw some BIG parties as a teenager and used those with this JVC to shake things up and I remember them being AMAZING. I eventually blew the foam out of them and my dad tossed them when I joined the Navy in 2002. I would pay to fix those things up in a heartbeat!
Maybe the thing to do is just recap this JVC, empty a can of de-oxit in the controls and pick up some big PA's.
How did you hang them, if you don't mind sharing?
What do you guys think? 4 Behringers or 2 JBL's?
The JBL's have better low end from the specs, and the Behringers sort of lie on power ratings and the THD is sort of crazy high.
Note that the max SPL on the JBL is higher that the Behringers also but that number can be misleading as you do not know how clean.
If you want the opening on Dark Side of the Moon to rock your world I'd go with the JBL but I have never tested or heard either of them.
One is a 12 and one a 15. Way general but in this world bigger is better. JBL is also well known for high quality mid-range drivers.
You need to push a lot of air to get the solid bottom that has the hit.