The Yamaha S215V Club Series V Speaker is a great all-around performer. Gigging bands, mobile DJs, and houses of worship helped make the first 4 generations of Yamaha Club Series Speakers incredibly p... Read More
The Yamaha S215V Club Series V Speaker is a great all-around performer. Gigging bands, mobile DJs, and houses of worship helped make the first 4 generations of Yamaha Club Series Speakers incredibly popular. The refinements of generation V continue this success story with larger enclosures for improved low-frequency performance, improved drivers for higher power handling, redesigned crossovers, stronger grilles, and dual Speakon and 1/4" connectors. With professional features, excellent sonic performance, and great value, Club Series loudspeakers deliver premium quality night after night.
The S215V 2-way enclosure features dual 15" drivers and a 2" tweeter with a titanium diaphragm. Frequency response: (-10dB) 42Hz-16kHz. 1,000W program handling, 2,000W peak. Sensitivity: 99dB. 20"W x 46"H x 24"D. 101 lbs.
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Decided on these because I was on a tight budget. I've owned JBL SRX and Cerwin Vega dual 15" woofer cabinets. These don't sound as good as either. While their sound is not as full, they are very durable, very clear, and cover a dancefloor well. I power each with a Crown XTi2002 in bridged-mono. They are loud enough to rock gigs without feeling like I don't have enough coverage. I think other options like the EV Live X and JBL PRX passive are not nearly as durable or capable of low-end for dance music. Its a budget-friendly purchase that will most likely leave you satisfied at your gig. Having owned better cabinets that cost 3x more, its hard for me to say these sound "amazing". The positive side is that they are very clear even though they are not as full as an EV Tour X which costs double. The main reason I scored under a 4 is because Yamaha should have offered better in their 5th generation of the same product. They could have offered a better speaker for a slightly higher price point. They could have made it bi-amp. They could've used birch wood. They could've used better woofers than low-end Eminence. To their credit, the fiberglass insulation and heavy duty construction can't be denied as they last a long time with most users. Its budget friendly.
I have used these speakers for over 200 gigs in a club that owns a pair of these speakers and they sound great. The highs are sizzling and the lows are subsonic. You know you have a good sound when the dance floor stays packed.
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