- 2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified nearfield studio monitor with 6.5" cone woofer and 1" dome tweeter
- 43Hz - 30kHz frequency response
- 60W LF plus 35W HF bi-amp system for high-performance 95W power amplification
- ROOM CONTROL and HIGH TRIM response controls
- XLR and TRS phone jack inputs accept balanced or unbalanced signals
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|Speaker type||2-way bi-amp powered studio monitor|
|Frequency range (-10dB)||43Hz - 30kHz|
|Output power||95W (LF:60W, HF:35W)|
|I/O connectors||XLR3-31 type (balanced), PHONE (balanced)|
|Net weight||8.2kg (18.1 lbs.)|
|Others||LEVEL control (+4dB/center click) , EQ: HIGH TRIM switch (+/- 2dB at HF) / ROOM CONTROL switch (0/-2/-4 dB under 500Hz)|
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- Additional High-end Great
- Another Aural Choice Here
- Easy To Set Up
- Great Mid-range
- Quality Construction
- Add Low End Boost Switch
- Put Eq Switches On Front
Comments about Yamaha hs7:
I bought these to replace my KRK Rokit 5 G1s and to add to my Avantone Cubes and M-Audio BX8As. Of course, these are totally different than the KRKs and much better to be sure.
I am still learning how to use them but each time I do, I like them better than before.
The new Tweeter is outstanding and when boosted, it sounds similar (but better) to the Tweeter on the BX8A.
Speaking of, the EQ switches on the back provide for very noticeable changes, however, the HS7s would be much better "Audio Tools" if the EQ Switches were on the front. In fact, if there was a Bass EQ boost and the EQ switches were on the front, these would be incredible.
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