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lindsay Dean

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Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« on: September 23, 2012, 08:13:21 pm »

Anyone used cu15 yorkvilles in a 3 box cluster? do they perform as good as the specs?
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2012, 02:12:51 am »

Anyone used cu15 yorkvilles in a 3 box cluster? do they perform as good as the specs?

Hello Lindsay,
I have not used these speakers in a 3 box cluster, but they are the install version of the U15, so anything you find on that applies.  Some have called the 60 degree dispersion into question, claiming it's more like 50 degrees.  It's a good sounding box with very good pattern control;  one of the few truly arrayable budget boxes. 

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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2012, 01:08:03 pm »

Hello Lindsay,
I have not used these speakers in a 3 box cluster, but they are the install version of the U15, so anything you find on that applies.  Some have called the 60 degree dispersion into question, claiming it's more like 50 degrees.  It's a good sounding box with very good pattern control;  one of the few truly arrayable budget boxes. 

Grant

the rep said the bottom of the cabinet can be a a minimum of 11 ft, hmmmm
seems a little iffy what do you think
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2012, 02:54:54 pm »

the rep said the bottom of the cabinet can be a a minimum of 11 ft, hmmmm
seems a little iffy what do you think
I think I can't read that unless I highlight it, but even then I don't understand it.  Are they saying the speaker can't be mounted with the bottom less than 11' above the floor?  Or that the bottom should be no less than 11' above the floor for your application?  Or that the bottom of the cabinet is at least 11' wide/deep or there has to be a minimum of 11' between cabinets or something else related to 11'?
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #4 on: September 29, 2012, 10:46:38 pm »


the bottom of the cabs (the array) minimum of 11 feet from the floor
Don't need a response from posters that seem constantly annoyed .Really you don't have to reply.I know people have reasons for being aggravated , I don't mean to irritate anyone.

I think I can't read that unless I highlight it, but even then I don't understand it.  Are they saying the speaker can't be mounted with the bottom less than 11' above the floor?  Or that the bottom should be no less than 11' above the floor for your application?  Or that the bottom of the cabinet is at least 11' wide/deep or there has to be a minimum of 11' between cabinets or something else related to 11'?
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #5 on: October 01, 2012, 05:50:12 pm »

 Hi
Fwiw, while itís been a good while since I played with one, there is no reason other than some kind of homage to Spinal Tap, to think of 11 feet as a required minimum or magical distance.
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the bottom of the cabs (the array) minimum of 11 feet from the floor
Don't need a response from posters that seem constantly annoyed .Really you don't have to reply.I know people have reasons for being aggravated , I don't mean to irritate anyone.
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2012, 06:23:45 pm »

Hi
Fwiw, while itís been a good while since I played with one, there is no reason other than some kind of homage to Spinal Tap, to think of 11 feet as a required minimum or magical distance.
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+11   ;D

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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #7 on: October 02, 2012, 01:18:28 pm »

+11   ;D
Thanks for your responses, i will have to research the spinal tap reference,they were way before their time.
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Re: Yorkville cu 15 performance in a three boxarray
« Reply #8 on: October 02, 2012, 01:25:41 pm »

Thanks for your responses, i will have to research the spinal tap reference,they were way before their time.

Let me help you out there...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll7rWiY5obI
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