Coliseum Series - FH1W

CU15 Flying Hardware

The CU15 is one of the many Yorkville speaker enclosures equipped with flypoints for overhead suspension applications. The FH1W hardware kit has been specifically designed to expand the enclosure's already advanced mounting capabilities.


  • Ideal solution for mounting single or multiple CU15 cabinets in permanent installations
  • Creates perfect two or three cabinet clusters
  • Staggered hole pattern allows multitude of down angles without additional pull backs


The FH1W installation system is the ideal installation solution for installing CU15 enclosures in multi-box arrays. The FH1W kit allows enclosures to be mounted in two or more cabinet arrays with greater ease than employing individual three-point hangs for each cabinet. (An arduous chore when attempting to install clusters of loudspeakers using standard eyebolts, shackles and cables. The FH1W is easily mounted strategically to the top and bottom of the enclosure.

A single FH1W kit allows a pair of CU15 cabinets to be clustered in a tight-pack array at their optimum splay and more can be attached together for larger clusters (3 or more enclosures). The staggered hole pattern in the FH1W allows for a multitude of downward-tilting angles simply by moving the shackle towards the rear of the cabinet array. If further down-tilt is required, simply attach an eyebolt in the pullback position of the CU15 and use a cable to pullback the cabinet until the desired angle has been achieved.

IMPORTANT!! The rigging of loudspeaker systems is an extremely serious matter! Overhead rigging requires extensive experience, including (but not limited to) calculating working load limits, hardware installation, and periodic safety inspection of all hardware and cabinetry. If you lack these qualifications, do not attempt the installation yourself, but instead use a professional structural rigger. Improper installation can result in bodily injury or death. Consult a structural engineer to calculate added loads upon the building. Structural reinforcement may be necessary to insure a safe installation.