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Yamaha Reveal HS-I Series Studio Monitors
Boasting a similar aesthetic to their predecessors, the HS-I series adds a few more features to boost performance, enhance sound replication as well as offering different installment options.
The HS-I series has three optional bracket types so that the speakers can be mounted to the wall, ceiling and baton depending on your requirements for your studio setup.
Improved electronics has resulted in a smooth response over a wider bandwidth as well as a responsive and efficient replication of sound via the woofer and tweeter. Such electronic advancements are also being added to the newer HS models too.
HS Series full-range models also have two response controls to help obtain the best sound from your studio monitors, depending on your environment. This helps to deliver a flat and unbiased response when listening back to your recorded work.
“HS speakers are trusted by countless audio professionals around the world for studio monitoring applications. With the addition of very flexible mounting options, users can adapt these new models to commercial and professional spaces where superior sound quality and cost efficiency is a priority.”
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 2 Jun 2016 15:46 to category : Instruments News
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