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Yamaha NS-1000 HiFi Stereo Speakers

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These are the best studio monitor speakers ever produced in Japan. I use them in my home studio but my music playing days are over. These are large floor standing speakers that sound great from low to VERY HIGH volume. Better than anything produced today.

Used as a monitor speaker in recording studios and as a reference speaker in test labs around the world, the NS-1000M has made a name for itself as one of the finest speakers available in this crowded segment of the audio market.

Utilizing Yamaha's unique pure vapor-deposition beryllium domes for the midrange and treble drivers, and drawing on Yamaha skill in woodworking, metal casting, and acoustic design, this speaker is special in every way.

Still another reason for its well-deserved reputation is the extensive testing which each speaker undergoes, including listening tests by our golden-eared experts.

This handsome speaker is available in a deluxe ebony cabinet (NS-1000) or professional monitor design (NS-1000M)

Type: 3 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system
Frequency Response: 40Hz to 20kHz
Power Handling: 100W
Crossover Frequency: 500, 6000Hz
Impedance: 8Ω
Sensitivity: 90dB
Bass: 1 x 300mm cone 12 inch woofer
Midrange: 1 x 88mm dome
Tweeter: 1 x 30mm dome
Enclosure: infinite baffle
Dimensions: 675 x 375 x 326mm
Weight: 31kg
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