(EN) New Adventures in Hi-Fi, su MusicBrainz, MetaBrainz Foundation.
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So, concentrating on the 'flatness' of frequency response is to miss a hugely important point: if a monitor handles transients accurately, its frequency response is much less important than you probably think.
In a professional audio world continually seduced by the next big thing, where plug-ins can provide a near instantaneous GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) fix, where products live or die thanks to their quantity of bells and whistles, and where the number of contemporary nearfield monitors.
The NS10's bass/mid cone was not pressed but 'curled-up' from flat paper sheet and then glued (look closely at the picture and you can see the join).This is a long, long way from 'flat but it will sound neutrally balanced in a typical domestic room at average playback levels.Deviate Roon update, dynaudio Special Forty standpoint monitor, ecosse Master Reference DCT interconnect cables.This however begs the question why did they discontinue the NS10?That, as I say, is the usual story.At that time Yamaha were also producing the more extraordinary NS1000 (also designed by Nakamura).Moving further to the right, the NS10's tweeter performs very well and shows very little delayed output.Closed-box loading explains why the NS10's time-domain response is good at low frequencies but, as Newells and Holland discovered, the excellent performance also continues into the vital mid-range.At the left-hand side of the plot there's a combination of the tail of the NS10's low-frequency fundamental resonance (even closed-box speakers don't stop immediately and the unavoidable artifacts of a relatively small measurement space.Try a little experiment: find a sample of something like a clarinet and a flute, each playing the same continuous note, drop them onto two tracks in your DAW and listen to them in turn.
" " NS10s were bloody brilliant, I can't believe Yamaha stopped making them.
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Generally, the NS10's waterfall performance reveals a speaker that achieves -40dB within 6ms.
The NS10 smart document scanner as seen on tv began life as a domestic hi-fi speaker, but it was relatively poorly received and quickly faded towards obscurity.(SV) Gold Platinum ( PDF su ifpi Sweden,. .(NO) ifpi Norsk Platebransje, ifpi.Although Yamaha appear to have included plenty of technical information on the rear panel of this NS10M, you'll have to dig deeper to find out what makes the NS10 so special (or, of course, you could read this article.).The characteristic rising response of a straight-sided cone is clearly apparent in Figure 4, which illustrates the NS10's frequency response measured at one metre on an axis halfway between the bass/mid unit and tweeter.