line arrays, are not really a diy thing. First is the flying frame, these need to be force tested, then there is the electronics that go in them, There is no reason why you could not have a go and build some, but it would probably work out cheaper to buy some...
I dunno...besides the flying hardware safety issues(which isn't necessary if you ground stack) line array cab.s aren't any tougher to design or build than some of the things I've seen people building on here. Toughest part would be getting the wave guide "just so" but over all there isn't that much to them, and some experimenting could offer good results and be a lot of fun
You are right, but the problem of hardware, and electronics I have it solved.All I need, is a basic plans to start experimenting.
Ie the dimensions of a box, for two speakers 8 "or 10" , and a driver with a waveguide a 1 "or 2".
It is for this reason that I ask your help and cooperation.