Yamaha HS5 Powered Studio Monitor (each)
The Yamaha HS5 Powered Studio Monitor is designed to
provide the ultimate in accurate, honest musical response for any
studio! This 2-way bi-amplified nearfield studio monitor features a 5
inch cone woofer and 1 inch dome tweeter that produce nothing but the
clearest, flattest audio response possible. The HS5 active monitors from
Yamaha are ideal for studios where space is limited but accurate
response in required.
When choosing reference monitors for mixing and music production,
accuracy is the prime consideration. Speakers that sound ‘good’ on first
impression may not necessarily be accurate. What you really need is an
honest reference for your mix, rather than monitors that have been
tweaked or colored to deceptively sound impressive.
- 2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified nearfield studio monitor
- 5 inch cone woofer and 1 inch dome tweeter
- 54Hz - 30kHz frequency response
- 45W low frequency plus 25W high frequency bi-amp system for 70W total
- ROOM CONTROL and HIGH TRIM response controls
- XLR and TRS phone jack inputs accept balanced or unbalanced signals
The HS5 and all other monitors from Yamaha’s HS series have been created
to deliver exceptionally flat, accurate response that you can trust.
Unlike monitor speakers with exaggerated bass and treble that make a
good first impression but can't be relied on for accuracy, the HS series
were designed to be true studio reference monitors in the tradition of
the legendary Yamaha NS10M.Whether you're mixing for stereo or 5.1
surround, mixes that sound good on Yamaha HS series reference monitors
will sound good on anything.
Newly Developed Transducers
The HS5 powered monitor features newly developed transducers
that achieve astonishingly smooth response over a wide range of
bandwidth. These transducers utilize an advanced magnetic field design
that regulates the flow of magnetic response to provide seamless,
natural sonic transitions. Each component's materials and design were
carefully re-examined, then optimized, to drastically improve the
accuracy of signal reproduction throughout the audio spectrum.