Yamaha MSP5 - 67W 5" Active Two-Way Nearfield Monitor (Single)


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General Information

Low Frequency Driver 5" (127mm) Cone Woofer
High Frequency Driver 1" (25mm) Titanium Dome Tweeter
LF Amplifier 40W
HF Amplifier 27W
Crossover 2.5kHz
LF: 24dB/Oct
HF: 24dB/Oct
Frequency Range 50Hz - 40kHz (-10dB)
Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 101dB
Connectors 1 x XLR Input, Balanced
1 x 1/4" Phone Input, Unbalanced
1 x Power Input
Input Impedance 10 kOhms
Controls and Indicators 1 x Level Control
1 x High Trim Control
1 x Low Trim Control
1 x Power Switch
1 x Green/Red Power/Clip LED
Shielded Yes
Dimensions (HxWxD) 10.9 x 7 x 8.2" (279 x 179 x 209mm)
Weight 17.4 lbs (7.9kg)
User Reviews
B h photo.34921152
25 July 2018

Cymbals shimmer and highs are detailed without harshness. Mids are tight and human voice is easy to understand.Built like a tank. Matches well with a good sub.

17 November 2015

I run three of these out of my (somewhat ancient) Proceed preamp. They just work. I can just set the controls to match the Proceed (THX) settings and that is it. I had two for a long time (after family issues caused me to move the Magnepans out of the living room) and they just worked, but some of...

B h photo.34921152
12 January 2009

Use this amp/speaker for checking sound in a control booth and for a digital piano. Not as good for lows like my Mackie HR824 but very flat over 100 Hz. Smaller size and weight make them easy to move around.

9 July 2014

Top Notch. i have owned these speakers almost from almost day one when Yamaha produced the MSP-5. Solid speakers. Used in an Avid Bay from back in the day. They were a great upgrade from the former Roland speakers that were industry standards.

25 February 2014

These monitors blew the Maudio BX5a's I had out of the water. I use them for recording and for computer audio. I have an XLR to Stereo cable I use with them. 1 - these units have over 120 watts of power on tap between a pair. Most stereo's can't dream of getting as loud as these are.

11 June 2009

After looking to put together a small stereo system to use to play music from my computer and iPod the owner of a stereo shop I was looking in said I should listen to the Yamaha MSP5 monitors that he had. He explained that I wouldn't have to buy an amp since the speakers are powered, i.e.

23 January 2015

Got a part at a thrift shop for $4.50 ! What a steel ! Very good sounding best buy I have make great for vinyl as well

10 September 2014

I needed something better than my hi-fi system to make electronic music with my PC! I was looking at classified ads but a musician friend of mine recommended me the MSP5, which were on sale.

9 April 2014

I've had the Yamaha HS50 M, good speakers, but these one are CLEARLY better from any point of view: Impeccable finish, crystal-clear sound. They are small but weighty! They are perfect for a home studio, the best ones I've ever had.

28 March 2014

Very good speakers with amp, they have a remarkable clarity to the home studio I never change my style

Product Highlights
    In The Box
    • Yamaha MSP5 - 67W 5" Active Two-Way Nearfield Monitor (Single)
    • Power Cord
    • 2 Year Limited Warranty
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