Danley puts new Jericho horn on a diet
The newest member of the Jericho horn family has been unveiled by Danley Sound Labs as the 18-driver-strong J3-94. Designed to meet the requirements for high impact, high fidelity and high SPLs in stadium and concert venues, the new Jericho horn reportedly delivers 142dB of continuous output by combining the output from its 18 individual drivers into a ‘single phase-coherent signal with Hi-Fi quality intelligibility. The J3-94 produces a 90-degrees horizontal by 40-degrees vertical beam width with the Jericho’s characteristically steep drop-off outside of the beam. While weighing nearly half that of the original J1-94, Danley promises that the compromise is just ‘slightly less bass output’.
The unit is a tri-amped cabinet using four amp channels: two for the lows, one for the mids, and one for the highs. The 18 drivers inside the horn comprise six 15-inch woofers, eight 6.5-inch mids and four 1.4-inch highs with built-in overload protection. It comes standard with 3/8-inch fly points on top and bottom and L track on the sides to aid with flying and mounting.