Monday, 21 February 2011

YAMAHA HS50M Active Studio Monitor

Hi guys, sorry for the downtime. Busy with University and filling in for my friend's old band in preparation for a tour in March, but that's another story.

Today I'd like to show you a studio classic, the widely respected
Yamaha HS50M active studio monitor.

This two way monitor is priced individually and puts out 70 watts of power on a single side. Definitely a powerful number to say the least. Individual amps are used for both the woofer and the tweeter. The volume pot is tucked away on the back of the unit, along with XLR and TRS inputs for standard connections.

The speaker casing is attractive, with a distinctive 5" woofer and a 3/4" tweeter encased in a bass reflex system to make the low end that much punchier.

On the back end of the speaker, hardened audiophiles are bound to be impressed with the EQ switches available. There are switches to scoop or boost the mid-range by 2dB for your engineering preference, a room control switch which can reduce unwanted resonances in your studio by cutting out the lower and mainly unused frequencies, a high trim, which obviously reduces the higher frequencies and a low cut to adjust the lower end of the spectrum to your liking.

You really have to hear these speakers to believe them, and they are available for a very reasonable price on Click the picture to see more. Cheers!

PS. Here is a link with a price for two units.

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