Is it true that the Yorkville 801p subs have been discontinued?

MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Guys that I know that have had both, and some guys on another forum say that the es18 is a lot easier to load and move around with a single person. They say that the dimensions are a lot less awkward. They also say that they outperform the ls801's getting a little louder, and going a little lower. The ls801's aren't really good sounding subs, however they do get loud as hell. I don't really consider 45hz to be sub bass.
The 801p subs are great to me. The issue is watching out to not turn the volume up too much creating a harsh sound. There is punch and then there's overkill.
 

MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Based on some of the set ups we have seen you create it’s fairly obvious you are no experts on quality sound
I know that sub can sound very harsh if not set properly. Some will look for super heavy bass when it's not needed. Depending on the type of event and gear used the sub should compliment the tops and not over shadow them.
 

PhaseIIPro

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At times yes.
I know that sub can sound very harsh if not set properly. Some will look for super heavy bass when it's not needed. Depending on the type of event and gear used the sub should compliment the tops and not over shadow them.

So I have asked you these two things several times and you have ignored the questions.

1-Can you tell us how the dials on the back of the 801’s are labeled, and the use of each dial? How the settings effect the sound?

2-Can you tell me what mismatched driver you are using in one of your 801’s? Make and model number. You know, the one with the white logo on the dust cap.
 
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PhaseIIPro

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Mix,

Any answers to the above questions? If you don't know the answers, just say you don't know. That won't surprise anyone here.