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Sean Proken

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Yorkville LS1208 or Peavey VR218
« on: January 21, 2014, 08:44:15 pm »

Hey,

 so I was wondering if anyone had experience with these boxes? I currently use 4 VR218 in my rig and I don't have enough bass for some of the EDM shows I've been getting. I have an option to pick up 8 LS1208 for a really good price, and they are cheap enough new to get say 4-8 more down the line. Is it worth it to sell my current subs and go with the yorkvilles?
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Re: Yorkville LS1208 or Peavey VR218
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2014, 11:36:30 pm »

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Re: Yorkville LS1208 or Peavey VR218
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2014, 11:03:23 pm »

Hey,

 so I was wondering if anyone had experience with these boxes? I currently use 4 VR218 in my rig and I don't have enough bass for some of the EDM shows I've been getting. I have an option to pick up 8 LS1208 for a really good price, and they are cheap enough new to get say 4-8 more down the line. Is it worth it to sell my current subs and go with the yorkvilles?

How much truck do you have, those LS1208 boxes are 22cu ft each.

Are you uusing ths vs boxes to full potential, supposedly you are able to feed them 4800w program. What are you driving them with?
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Re: Yorkville LS1208 or Peavey VR218
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