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|System Type||2-way bi-amped powered studio monitor|
|Frequency Response||54 Hz to 30 kHz|
|Crossover Frequency||2 kHz|
|Transducer||LF: 5" (127 mm) cone
HF: 1" (25 mm) dome
|Output Power||Total: 70W
|Input Sensitivity||-10 dBu / 10 kΩ|
|Inputs||1x balanced XLR3-31 type
1x 1/4" (6.35 mm) balanced TRS
|Controls||Level Control (+4 dB/center click)
EQ: High Trim Switch (+/- 2 dB @ HF), Room Control Switch (0, -2, -4 dB under 500 Hz)
|Indicators||1x Power On, white LED|
|Power Consumption||45 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||6.7 x 11.2 x 8.7" (170 x 285 x 222 mm)|
|Weight||11.7 lb (5.3 kg)|
Sky-high performance for a rock-bottom price
: Unsurpassed clarity, detail, imaging, and transient response in its price range. Performance doesn’t degrade when placed on shelves. Built-in filters and level control. Small footprint. Exceptional value.
Very slightly understated sibilance. XLR connector doesn’t latch.
I have a home studio and i have a 5 inch JBL'S wich i love but i needed something with a flat response and the yamahas are the best in that department i just love em
None for me
I bought these as I started getting serious with my mixing. I can honestly say they HELP getting a better mix. In the sense that they sound flat so you're forced to work your sounds so they can sound great coming out of these speakers.
I love these loudspeakers, the sound is clean and the top toner is really moving out of the speakers. It's the perfect home speaker, but I do not want to use them professionally because they are missing a little bass, but you could add a sub and that will easy be fixed.
Coming from the NS10M era, I know mixdown monitors all too well. Yamaha has been in this game a long time so it's a safe best that they've surrounded themselves with the best of the best! They got it right! Take note people, love it or hate it, they got it right...
The High End is pretty good and it is really easy to notice resonance in the mid and high frequencies I only wished they had a sub woofer like the HS8
I'm new and these may be a bit fancy for my price
For mixing these are hard to beat. Clean. Every vocal. Every nuance. Every instrument. If it's clean on these speakers it will be great on whatever folks are listening on...even the non-discerning. And if you want to rock out with them, you can equalize and turn the volume up.
The white cone of Yamaha studio monitors are, and have been an industry standard for the last 30 plus years for good reason!! For accurate mixing, your monitors should not be amplifying or enhancing any frequencies that could mislead your in your mix.
I own a pair of Genelec 8040A's and in my mind they simply can NOT be beaten. Genelec have a quality that borders of absolute perfection. Those Genelecs ended up in a project studio thats at a friends house, we use it every day and becasue they are so good taking them out constantly was a pain.
I purchased these speakers a few weeks ago, on the recommendation of a friend and music producer, for my pre-production studio. They are the perfect size for me and I must say that the quality and sound is amazing.