Harmony Central Forums
Announcement
Collapse
No announcement yet.

Yorkville Sound System for Sale - 2 x U15P tops 2 x LS801P 18" subs + extras - $3499

Collapse



X
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Yorkville Sound System for Sale - 2 x U15P tops 2 x LS801P 18" subs + extras - $3499

    Includes
    2x15" tops (1800 watts, 900x2)
    2x18" subs (3000 watts, 1500x2)
    Yorkville crossover rack and cables
    *Custom covers* for all PAs
    2 speaker poles

    Los Angeles Area for pickup. Full Description here, thanks!

    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/ele/4037788960.html


  • #2
    Nice man. That setup is a lot of bang for the buck. I've been running the same setup for 10 years with nothing but compliments. (Unpowered Unity15's here)

    This would be a great foundation for anyone looking for a turnkey FOH.
    PA Unity15's over LS800p's. YX15's, YX12's IPR power, RM32AI

    LightsMartin Minimac Profiles, Chauvet Intimidator Spot Duos, Blizzard 3NX, Fab5, Hotbox

    Comment


    • Bobby1Note
      Bobby1Note commented
      Editing a comment

      StratGuy22 wrote:
      Nice man. That setup is a lot of bang for the buck. I've been running the same setup for 10 years with nothing but compliments. (Unpowered Unity15's here)

      This would be a great foundation for anyone looking for a turnkey FOH.

      Agreed. I'm wondering though,,, why the EP2152 cross-over? Is there a noticeable improvement in sound quality? The U15P already has the delay-processor built in, precisely for matching the U15P's to the LS801P subs. (mine do anyway), plus, you've got the sweepable hi-pass filter built into the sub.(90Hz-150Hz), as well as the sweepable bass-boost/ tone-shaper.


  • #3

    I have heard good things about those Unity loudspeakers.

    That design has something to do with Tom Danley

     

     

    Comment


    • Bobby1Note
      Bobby1Note commented
      Editing a comment

      Pro Sound Guy wrote:

      I have heard good things about those Unity loudspeakers.

      That design has something to do with Tom Danley

       

       

       


      That has to do with the summation aperture horn technology. The U15 of course, is a 3-way speaker, and where it differentiates itself from most other 3-ways, is in the number of MF drivers it has (3 of them), and the manner in which they're mounted.


  • #4

    Comment


    • #5

      You would not want to use the UP15 processor with the powered U15P cabinets. It has non-defeatable eq that is appropriate only for the passive U15 speaker, while the U15P has all the processing needed built in to the module.

      Mike Pyle
      Audiopyle Sound Pro Audio & Stage Lighting
      www.audiopyle.com

      Comment


      • Pro Sound Guy
        Pro Sound Guy commented
        Editing a comment

      • Shaster
        Shaster commented
        Editing a comment

        Audiopyle Sound wrote:

        You would not want to use the UP15 processor with the powered U15P cabinets. It has non-defeatable eq that is appropriate only for the passive U15 speaker, while the U15P has all the processing needed built in to the module.


        I saw the UP15 and dozed off, good catch on your part. I'm not fond of them anyway, but yes that's not the crossover for the job. The UP15's do an okay or excellent job (depends on your POV) of smoothing out some of the EQ oddities of the  U15. Using it after Yorkville has already achieved this with the powered versions would not be necessary or desirable.

        I use the DRPX with my unpowered U15's because I run them full range. I think something like that might be ideal for this situation, if one didn't have GEQ's already. Otherwise a cheapo crossover would be better, IMHO.

        Unfrotunately although you could go without a crossover, and might be okay, Yorkville doesn't normally set their subs up with true internal in/out crossovers. Depending on your volume and needs, a crossover could be in order.

         


    • #6

      Hi, Do you still have your set? Could you send me some pics to spumabeat@gmail.com I

      Comment


      • monthlymixcd
        monthlymixcd commented
        Editing a comment
        1. Welcome to the forum.
        2. Learn to use the forum's "private messaging", please.

         









    Working...
    X