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Yorkville A15Published on 11/26/05 at 17:13
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User Profile: any style of music collector, amateur DJ (electro principaly), ear duque on monitors Dynaudio Accoustics BM6A. I like the right one with a bump in the bass. I was looking for a pair of speakers for home use + m entrainner the mix or make an evening of time deprives another sub and all without liability for Evolutiva. Price Search 1500 + max speaker amp.

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User Profile: any style of music collector, amateur DJ (electro principaly), ear duque on monitors Dynaudio Accoustics BM6A. I like the right one with a bump in the bass. I was looking for a pair of speakers for home use + m entrainner the mix or make an evening of time deprives another sub and all without liability for Evolutiva. Price Search 1500 + max speaker amp.

Models listens before purchase (more than a year of tests and questions) and critics who engage n my personal taste (some will scream)
Yamaha Club V 115, trs good low - high draft - not ugly!
Mackie SRM 450, bonnne restitution, loud, no bass - Active
Mackie SRM 450 + SWA 1015, trs well! active
Wharfedale EVPS15, her sweet, no bass - delicate finish
Lucas and Lucas 1000 XT, hollow in the midrange, which sounds weird its not explain the I - active
Musicson pregnant, warm, model?
Electrovoice eliminator any particular speaker, warm sound powerful to me the absolute REFERENCE but too expensive for my utilisation.entendu, SX Series Super restitution, FRX, Evid, Eliminator ... I m LOST c is out of budget!
JBL JRX 115 at risk horrify many people have AIM j sound! while the paper does not rise more than 12 Khz
DAS 115, trs deu by the sound for the price.
The famous BOSE ... memory hole for the ref. Anyway no transcendence for the price

Pregnant for about a month. Utiliss for watching movies and mix of electro. Driven by an intermediary L1400.
I got good return too many acute situations mix (note the A15 are made to be used with A215 in complment 2), the trs enjoyable once the acute calm. Finish exudes solid, look more beautiful than the picture on the front side metal is superb (look Aggressive may not like) parcontre I regret finishing carpet (ale smells and outputs the outside) would have a paint finish was more appropriate but probably also more CHRE. Power-500 poor price for just 200 watts RMS is relatively little. 98 dB 1W / m. the standard. For my use nanmoins c is perfectly adequate! well ^ ^

You pay the quality of finish / restitution not the power (pressure db). They meet my expectations so some will find too CHRE over the wattage announcement. Many pregnant first prize (the same weight, 30 kg, so is heavy c) announce 300 watts or more but for which restitution and quality of manufacture? I think the interest of this forum is the quality of the DS sound reproduction for the price. I repeat I listen more difficult than on the return.

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  • Manufacturer: Yorkville
  • Model: A15
  • Category: Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 09/24/2005

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