I use a TAD 4002 for my tweeter driver, is that a decent tweeter?
To Russ: What happened "back when" is Roy auditioned the Jubilee's at the Klipsch Pilgrimage in (I think) 2006. He played the intro of the Eagles Hotel California.
Before that first "BOOM" in the very beginning, I knew I loved what I heard and turned to the guy standing next to me and said "THAT is what I've been looking for"
I bought a pair a week or so later.
So the pair that I bought were the "commercial" version (industrial black) bass bin. What they then did was took the "midrange HORN" and removed the midrange DRIVER. They also removed the tweeter HORN (K510) and MOVED the tweeter DRIVER down to the midrange HORN.
So you could have instead, simply bought the "stock 3-way cinema Jubilee speaker" and had all the parts I had.....listened to it in both 3-way format and 2-way format and picked your flavor.
A couple years later, Roy came out with some curves about changing to the TAD driver.
So the units I have could have easily instead gone to a cinema except for the upper horn changes. By the way, the only reason you really want the 3-way is for raw output. For HOME use, I'm here to tell you that the 2-way is still fully capable of tucking your tail between your legs and push you out of the room should you get stupid with the volume.
AND, it will still sound fantastic while doing so.
I've since added a Danley DTS-10 and (though rarely used) have LaScalas as my rear speakers.
Huge scale of sound as quiet as you want or as violent as you dare.