Yamaha HS5 Studio Monitor Speakers
Yamaha HS5 Studio Monitor Speakers employ an amplifier unit perfectly matched to the transducers utilized in each model of the series. Featuring a bi-amp design with a separate dedicated amp for both the woofer and the tweeter, this amplifier unit ensures that each HS Series speaker consistently delivers high-resolution sound with exceptionally flat response across the sound spectrum.
|Speaker type||2-way bi-amp powered studio monitor|
|Frequency range (-10dB)||54Hz – 30kHz|
|Output power||70W (LF:45W, HF:25W)|
|I/O connectors||XLR3-31 type (balanced), PHONE (balanced)|
|Net weight||5.3kg (11.7 lbs.)|
|Others||LEVEL control (+4dB/center click) , EQ: HIGH TRIM switch (+/- 2dB at HF) / ROOM CONTROL switch (0/-2/-4 dB under 500Hz)|
|Frequency response (-10dB)||–|
|Frequency response (-3dB)||–|
|Flying and mounting hardware||–|
2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified nearfield studio monitor with 5″ cone woofer and 1″ dome tweeter.
- 2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified nearfield studio monitor with 5″ cone woofer and 1″ dome tweeter
- 54Hz – 30kHz frequency response
- 45W LF plus 25W HF bi-amp system for high-performance 70W power amplification
- ROOM CONTROL and HIGH TRIM response controls
- XLR and TRS phone jack inputs accept balanced or unbalanced signals
Sound Philosophy of Yamaha HS5 Studio Monitors Speakers
When selecting studio reference monitors for mixing and music production, one consideration takes precedence above all others – accuracy.
Beginning with the legendary NS-10M, and continuing with the MSP and previous HS Series, this new lineup shares a design philosophy that emphasizes sonic purity without any coloring or alternation of the original sound. While many manufacturers seek to enhance the sound of their monitors to make them sound impressive, Yamaha studio monitors are designed to achieve the best possible mix by ensuring that the sound from your speakers is true to the original. HS Series nearfield reference monitors are the embodiment of this philosophy, delivering a concise sound image, high resolution, and flat response.