This unit was bought locally in West Australia and cost about $1000 AUD. We needed a small compact sub to compliment our vocal PA, to beef up the sound and allow kick drum projection. We have 2 Peavey SP1 and a 1200W power amp, and the Yorkville, although only 200W fits in perfectly with this rig.
This unit is small, lightweight and sounds good. It only has a 10inch speaker but you'd be surprised at how much it can put out. Once you get a sub on your system you cant go back. It also has a parallel inpu jack so you can daisy chain several of them together which is what we do for bigger shows (we hire a couple more).
The unit also has a nifty input which can take a full speaker load (so you just run one from your last FOH speaker) without chaging the impedance of your system. The unit always uses it's own inbuilt power amp, you cant run it passively.
You can also run an input to it at line level.
There isnt much I dont like about this unit. For what it is, only 200W and 10inch speaker, it does quite an amazing job really. It comes in a blue colour which...well...you could either like or loath. Doesnt match the rest of our PA if that matters.
The only other improvement would be to put the LED 'on' indicator down at the bottom of the back panel becasue you have to lean right over to see if it's on or not.
Its light weight - excellent.
Its very solid.
Its carpet covering and big handles are very good - no hint of problems from serious use.
Back panel has a big heatsink, strong input jacks and tought switches. All in all, great quality.
You cant go wrong with this unit. Self contained, a breeze to set up and run and it add that woomph to small vocal PAs. It allows us to mic up the full band and achieve a nice punchy sound at a low volume. It would be the perfect addition to small PAs for solo/duo acts too.