Yamaha MSP7 Studio

Yamaha MSP7 Studio, Active Monitor

Item number: 100039717
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Active Monitor • Main Feature: Nearfield monitor • Technology: 2-Way active • Components: 6,5" Bass; 1.0" titanium tweeters • Amplifier output per channel: 80 + 50 W • Frequency Response (+/-3 dB): 45 Hz - 40 kHz (-10 dB) • Analog inputs: XLR • Dimensions W/H/D: 218 x 330 x 235 mm • Weight per speaker: 12,2 kg • Magnetically shielded: Yes • Optional Subwoofer: Yamaha SW10 Studio (Art.-Nr.100039719) • Price & packaging unit: 1 Piece • 80-Watt LF / 50-Watt HF Bi-amped 6.5-inch Powered Monitor with Magnetic Shielding • From the 80s onward, the definitive near-field monitor in most professional studios throughout the world were the Yamaha NS10Ms. According to the story, a mix done a the NS10Ms would sound pretty much the same on any system it was played on which is very important in the record making world. Yamaha carries on that tradition with the MSP7 Studio monitors. The Yamaha MSP7 Studio has been designed with serious studio reference monitoring in mind. Emphasis is on reference-quality reproduction precision that lets you hear sonic details, rather than flattering sound. The MSP7 Studio Powered Monitor is capable of delivering consistent quality and performance that you can rely on in modern production environments. The MSP7 Studio can handle any combination of digital and analog sources as well as stereo and surround formats. Yamaha MSP7 are the new NS10M and then some!
  • 6.5-inch woofer, 1-inch dome tweeter
  • 80-watt low-frequency power amp, 50-watt high-frequency power amp
  • Frequency Range: 45Hz-40kHz
  • Input: 1 x XLR
  • Rear-panel continuous input sensitivity control
  • Trim switches to adjust the bass and treble +1.5dB/0dB/-1.5dB at 10 /kHz, +1.5dB/0dB/-1.5dB/-3dB at 50Hz to match system's response to the room
  • Low cut FLAT, 80Hz, 100Hz switch for use with subwoofer
  • Electronic crossover before the power amplifier inputs, featuring steep 30-dB/octave roll-off curves in both the low- and highpass filters
  • Magnetic shielding without distorting the magnetic flux of the speaker's critical magnetic circuit resulting in lower distortion and improved definition