Read Sweetwater customer reviews for Yamaha HS80M. Rated / 5 by 59 customers!. The Yamaha HS80M monitors throw a nod to the classic NS monitors. The white cones, black enclosures and honest referencing are the. The Yamaha HS80M is a powered 8″ studio monitor styled after the classic NS- 10M. It has W of bi-amplified power and switchable attenuation and.
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The best way that I know to describe them would be to label them as crisp and well defined. The Yamaha HS80M reference monitor features a look that is instantly recognizable as a throwback to the NS monitors. Don’t be fooled by the look, as these are no NSm ‘s, and although they are modeled to look like them they don’t have the same kind of sound at all.
Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. It also has an EQ setting at the rear which is further divided into four parts: I find the value for money very interesting. Good momentum, but its a bit flattering nonetheless. These are good monitors proximity but because my home studio instead evolved into the studio with amateur governed, they show their limits due to the remoteness and the requirement.
J ‘was also the subwoofer HS10W essential in my opinion for frequencies basses. Write a user review. Il are better, but it is in the same category At the time I ysmaha left on the HS50 which had its mouth the logo is lit allwhich are compact, which fell within my budget and had good reviews in the press.
Attention to ysmaha bass reflex positioned at the rear, do not put them too close to the wall if you can operate a low-cut button provided for this purpose, but suddenly it changes the frequency response.
With the Yamaha HS80M one has the option of opting for an Enhancement Pack which includes an adjustable monitor sound allowing it to be positioned at ear-level and a set of Auralex MoPADS that helps to isolate the monitor from the stand and thus reduce distortion.
While I’ve really only used them a couple of times, I really like the way they sound as they seem to portray an accurate depiction of what is being recorded.
I use it for mixing, coupled with a 01V96VCM. The Original Vince Carter on Do kbps mp3 files really sound better? I had trouble with the headset, the result was never consistent with my expectations at a replay on speakers living or radio. These will give you a wow factor that you will need, go to a yammaha and try them out asap. Let us take a closer look at some of the significant features of the Yamaha HS80M.
Boosts or Cuts to suit your listening environment can be made here, or one can leave the monitor in its hs80, settings to get a flat output, even in a tuned room. I chose these monitor speakers after listening to the dealer.
Sort by most recent most useful. I could not find 10 ns so I look at this model. The Yamaha HS80M have been sitting on my workstation desk several times. The Yamaha HS80M Series are designed to provide an honest rendition of your mix with their remarkably flat response. Yammaha what I know now I am glad that I purchased these and I would do it again, maybe one day I will give them another shot!
Great neutral and accurate sounds come out of these monitors. These monitors will do the job for you hs08m a doubt.
With an active monitor featuring yamahq bi-amplified power, various trims, ability to yaamha to different room set-ups and a precise and accurate gain control, coupled with pleasing sound and tonal output, the Yamaha HS80M is a solid choice. This makes the monitors extremely versatile, allowing you to mix everything from country to rock, and rap to hip-hop though you might want to add a sub-woofer to the set-up. But once in the store, the seller made me listen to HS80 malignant and direct the bass that I missed were there.
These are much more precise and full frequency encompassing.
I yamaja this pair to monitor the work of composition, recording and mixage. To conclude, this is a good pair of monitor with a very good value to start over, but it is a little specialty Yamaha. If your mix sounds good on the Yamaha HS80M, then it will sound good anywhere else. I wanted ysmaha test the yamaha because I kept very good memories of NS10, and for use in home studio pretty basic, like me, this is pretty good SOUNDS The sound is pretty accurate overall with a slight lack in bass frequencies at low volumes.