Excerpt: End users' speakers have improved enormously in the intervening years, today's studio monitors need to be much more linear in response than the NS10s could ever hope to be. With that in mind, let's take a look at a 21st century..
Excerpt: "The HS50M are great speakers to have in the studio—they have plenty of power, they're compact, light, and, will give you an accurate mix." The views and opinions expressed on this website are our own and do not represent that of The Yamaha Corporation.
Pros: 70W bi-amp 2-way powered, Flat frequency response from 55Hz - 20kHz, 1/4" and XLR input connectors, Compact and light, Stylish Yamaha LED light, cabinet, and, cone, Owner's Manual does an excellent job explaining setup
Field Test: Yamaha HS50M Monitor and HS10W Subwoofer
1 April 2006
Excerpt: When Yamaha discontinued production of its venerable NS-10M studio monitor due to unavailable parts, mix engineers worldwide were left with a dilemma: How do you replace what has arguably been the most reliable proxy for consumer-playback systems for the past two decades?