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|Low Frequency Driver||5" (127mm) Cone Woofer|
|High Frequency Driver||1" (25mm) Titanium Dome Tweeter|
|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
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||10.9 x 7 x 8.2" (279 x 179 x 209mm)|
|Weight||17.4 lbs (7.9kg)|
The MSP5 studio monitor from Yamaha has been around forever and we still think it's an excellent studio monitor that holds it own again...
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Very good speakers with amp, they have a remarkable clarity to the home studio I never change my style