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Richard Penrose

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Re: New Yamaha DXR mkII series
« Reply #20 on: April 17, 2021, 04:47:36 am »

I havenít got round to hearing the DXRmk2ís and am wondering if anyone on here has heard/compared them to the mk1 version? From my understanding these have been retuned along with the new slightly larger compression driver.
Iím currently torn with what to do with me my DXR15/KW181 system at the moment as I was initially planning to downsize to a smaller and lighter setup. However, I have needed my full setup for a few drive in events over the past 8 months and may continue to need it.
I have considered upgrading my DXR15mk1 tops as Iíve had them for almost 10 years now and feel they are due an update. I donít want anything heavier and having had a good look around I canít find many options that would b both affordable and light enough. The only other tempting option is the RCF HDM45a but this costs more than double the price of the DXRís.
Ideally Iíd love a smaller and lighter system that could at least match the output and quality of my current system but still remain affordable. The only potential option Iíve found is a secondhand Nexo PS system (though Iíd much rather have a powered system as all my speakers get used for multiple purposes).
I often see great deals on Nexo PS8/PS10ís and L400/L500/L600 subs.

Iíve also considered a little FBT VN2000 system with the view to adding extra Ventis 206a and Sublime 12Ē tops at a later date but not convinced this would really give the power I want. Some of the cheaper 12Ē subs that Iíve heard suffer from port turbulence which is something I definitely want to avoid. Iíve heard high end KV2 12Ē subs that donít have this but they cost significantly more!

What would you recommend?
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