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August 19, 2008 12:00PM
The Yamaha Stagepas 300 is a portable PA system that includes all the features and conveniences that a gigging musician can possibly need for small to medium venues. They're also perfect for studio musicians who every now and then gig but also want descent monitors. First off, the Stagepas 300 comes with not one but two speakers. Forever gone are the days you will ever have to perform in mono again! I personally loved these speakers because they look good while being rugged and they even act as an accessory compartment for storing the mixer and other items while traveling! Read more...
March 22, 2008 11:17AM
Back in the late 1970's, the Yamaha NS10M speakers/monitors series were arguably the most widely used near-field monitors used in the recording environment at the time. Thirty years later, the Yamaha HS series speakers/monitors continue the tradition with the HS50M.
At Yamaha Musician, we tested the HS50M Yamaha speakers. The HS50M is a 70W bi-amp 2-way powered near-field flat frequency response speaker/monitor (55Hz-20kHz) that's designed for keyboards and studios. The HS50M comes with extensive features for tweaking its frequency response, accepts an XLR or 1/4" phone plugs as an input, has a 5" LF (low frequency) cone, and a 3/4" tweeter all weighing in at less than 13lbs (5.8kg). Read more...