Thanks for all the help so far. If I bought a single Yorkville LS801P, where would I place it? Center of front stage? If there's no room for it, what the next best place, on one side? Aimed which way?Would one Yorkville LS801P be better than two of the York ls720p ?Thanks aging, you guys are confirming and pushing me to get something good.Jim
Thanks for all the input and advice. Here's where i'm at now, and would like some confirmation or tweeks to this. I guess at this point, i'm building a new PA from scratch.Mixer: Behringer XENYX X2442USB (probably the next to be replaced)Processor: dbx DriveRack PA+Mains: RCF ART 312a Sub: Yorkville LS801P (just one)Guess i'll need a snake also. So the question is, is this a great complete SR setup for a band, for that budget ($3200). Keep in mind i own the mixer and driverack, so hoping to only spend another $2200-$2400. I've never heard of RCF, but in researching them, sound pretty good (pardon the pun). I'm not going to get into monitors yet, that will be my next great idea.Thanks again, this forum has been very helpful. I was a little intimidated after reading on here, that all the responses were going to be only buy very high end stuff, but you have steered me away from the junk and into products i can afford. I'm trying to keep it in perspective that we'll probably only play out a handful of times a year, half of which will probably be free, so it's not a money making proposition, but i would like good gear that will sound good, continue working, and have a resale value (how's that for optimism )thanks,-jim
The LS801p does not have a built in cross-over in it like many of the newer model powered subs do.
WHAT? The LS801P includes a crossover!
A "crossover" implies processing that splits a signal into both high pass and low pass outputs. The processing on this box does not do this it only filters the signal going to the sub so external processing is still needed to prevent the mains from running fullrange.
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