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Yamaha's HS50M powered monitors were designed to be true studio reference monitors in the tradition of the famous NS10Ms. When choosing your next pair of near field reference monitors, remember it's not just important that they sound good. They also have to be an honest reference for your mix. The new HS50M reference monitors were designed to give you exceptionally flat response, so you can really trust what you hear. This means that mixes that sound good on Yamaha HS50M speakers will sound good on anything. In fact, that's the ultimate test of a reference monitor. Bonus: these HS50M speakers look great, too.


Recommendation on what to buy. Yamaha HS80m's or the new HS8 monitor.

...quite located in a corner. Could it be that it's not necessary having such big monitors, would the hs5 or hs50m be as good? Maybe the new hs7? Something else to think about? I'm gonna mix mostly electronic music with some focus on bass. I don't know if this information is sufficient, cause I'm quite...

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Looking for Room Acoustics Assistance

...off in the 90ish Hz area. Crossover on the sub is set at 80Hz. I can set a crossover on the HS50's at either 80 or 100, but it is set flat because I turn the sub off as I mentioned. It has been quite awhile since I have taken measurements. I checked my Time Machine...

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$1300 to spend - Neumann KH120 or Adam A7X?

...many people bother with it but with the right sound card and room it is absolutely fantastic. I think the yamaha hs 50 sounds much worse and harder to listen to. Have also listened to EVE slightly softer top but bass port at the back and therefore more difficult to place in your room....

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