Since the 1970s, the iconic white woofer and signature sound of nearfield reference monitors have become a genuine industry standard for one simple reason: their precision. Unlike studio monitors, which incorporate added frequencies for bass or treble and can be more spectacular on the first listen, the HS series loudspeakers were designed to provide the most reliable and accurate reference possible, providing an ideal sound base. throughout the mixing process. By combining your experience and knowledge gained with state-of-the-art technologies, Yamaha’s team of dedicated speaker audio engineers have examined and then optimized every aspect that has helped make these monitors the most reliable on the market. In addition, the second-generation HS series adds a new 6.5-inch model to this line of loudspeakers, putting its exceptional precision within reach of an even greater number of recording environments.
When selecting studio reference monitors for mixing and music production, one consideration trumps all others: accuracy.
When selecting studio reference monitors for mixing and music production, one consideration trumps all others: accuracy. Starting with the legendary NS-10M model and continuing with the previous MSP and HS series, this new line shares a design philosophy that emphasizes the purity of sound, without coloring or altering the original sound. While many manufacturers seek to enhance the sound of their monitors to make them sound spectacular, Yamaha studio monitors were designed to achieve the best possible mix, ensuring that the sound coming from the speakers is true to the original. The HS Series Near Field Reference Monitors embody this philosophy, offering a concise sound image, as well as high resolution and flat response.
2-way, nearfield studio monitor, bi-amplified bass-reflex, with 5-inch cone woofer and 1-inch dome tweeter.
- 54Hz – 30kHz frequency response
- 70W of power in a bi-amped system (45W in bass plus 25W in treble) of high performance.
- ROOM CONTROL and HIGH TRIM response controls
- XLR and TRS phone jack inputs accept balanced and unbalanced signals