JBL's VerTec® Series Line Arrays lead the industry in large venue sound reinforcement. While intended for smaller venues than VerTec, the VRX900 Series Constant Curvature Line Arrays are designed and built to the same high standards and uses the same advanced, concert-proven drivers. JBL's VRX900 Series speakers deliver extraordinary power handling, clarity, flexibility and, of course, stunning JBL sound in an attractive, easy to handle and affordable package.
vrx is good. easy to use ,sounds clean,durable and more. the bads are preset (NON adjustable) array fly points.and the boxes are a tad bit akward to handle and store.price is a tad high a retail but better deals are to be found.the NEW compact constant curvature arrays,I have only seen a flyer for them. they will be demoed at a local dealer in nc on the 20th. based on what ive read or seen(photos), im kind of not fond of them but will give the credit due when I hear them. I think they look like a revamped bose array colums with the banana shape. maybe perfect though for HOW or a dj..
Have used VRX powered mains in several small theaters (600 - 1200 seating) for musical productions. 2 or 3 boxes per side, flown & stacked. 50 or more gigs.
Subs on deck. Medium volume gigs. Nice wide even fill of room. low mids a little weak. Throw 100ft easy. They are 1" drivers on top end - so don't expect to sound like 2" or larger. Remember these boxes are "semi-Pro" level & not in same league to compare to Big act boxes. Quite good results. Ballrooms should be a great match, as long as it is not beyond medium volume gig.