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Yamaha NS-10M Studio Monitors

 
2-way studio reference speaker - - mid/woofer: 18 cm (7?) sheet-formed white-cone - - tweeter: 3.5 cm soft dome dome tweeter - - frequency response: 60 Hz ' 20 kHz - - input power: rated for 25 Watts (max. 50 Watts) - - impedance: 8 ohms - - sensitivity: 90 dB SPL (1W, 1m, on axis) - - crossover point: 2 kHz (12 dB/oct) - - enclosure: wood, black finish - - volume: 34 L - - dimensions: 382 x 215 x 198 mm (15? x 8-1/2? x 7-7/8?) - - weight: 6.3 kg (13 lbs 14 oz)


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The best recording monitors ever !

Comments Pics of studios of all around the world can't be wrong,they're the best studio monitors ever,I've been using them since 1998 without a single problem.
Once you get used to listen music through them,you can't stand others monitors cause they colorate the sound too much.
Along with Yamaha A100a poweramp you have the most professional mixing monitors setting ever.
If you still don't have run and buy them.

2-way studio reference speaker

mid/woofer: 18 cm (7?) sheet-formed white-cone

tweeter: 3.5 cm soft dome dome tweeter

frequency response: 60 Hz ' 20 kHz

input power: rated for 25 Watts (max. 50 Watts)

impedance: 8 ohms

sensitivity: 90 dB SPL (1W, 1m, on axis)

crossover point: 2 kHz (12 dB/oct)

enclosure: wood, black finish

volume: 34 L

dimensions: 382 x 215 x 198 mm (15? x 8-1/2? x 7-7/8?)

weight: 6.3 kg (13 lbs 14 oz)


Liked about it 1- Awesome flat sound

2- Quality of speakers


Didn't like 1- Price


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5.0

By 6fingers
Nov 20, 2009
 
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Yamaha NS-10 M studio monitors

Comments Pics of studios of all around the world can't be wrong,they are the best studio monitors ever,I've been using it since 1998 without a
single problem.Once you get used to listen music through it,you can't stand others monitors cause they colorate the sound too much.
Along with Yamaha A100a poweramp you have the most professional mixing monitors setting ever.If you still don't have,run and buy them.
Originally released circa 1982, Yamaha discontinued the production of the Yamaha NS-10M speakers (somewhere before 2003, reference needed),
and replaced them with the Yamaha MSP5, and Yamaha MSP10 studio monitors. In spite of being discontinued, the NS-10M are still widely used
in studios and even won Yamaha Corporation a Grammy in 2007 for their technical excellence and impact on the recording industry.


Liked about it 1- Clean not coloured sound

2- Built like a tank


Didn't like Nothing bad about it.


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5.0

By 6fingers
Nov 05, 2009
 
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