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Yamaha NS-10M Studio
-enceintes passives 2voies...qui encaissent rien...en plus les tweters pêtent tout le temps...
-60Watts me semble.


OULA C'est de la merde!!! voir en dessous!!!


AAAHHHH!!!! Ces NS je les aime pas du tout...mais on les trouve dans pleins de studio...Elles ont des basses de merde, elle encaissent pas terrible. Alors on me dit: "C'est pour savoir ce que cela donnera sur un poste de monsieur tout le monde".....Et ben , dans ce cas, moi, je dis qu'il faut avoir des vrais enceintes de pas ces putains d'enceintes qui coutent 4500F environ et qui sonnent moins bien que ma chaine hifi....Moi, je veux des Genelec...C'est plus cher mais on moins , on se fout pas de moi chez eux...Après chacun ses gouts....Mais je déconseille à tout le monde ces enceintes....Elle ne sont bonnes que pour de la POP Music et du Rock-Pop , car le son n'a pas de basse et nécessite pas une grande définition...Bon, je suis un peu dur je sais...mais bon...!!!!!
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L'avis de stompboxjon (contenu en anglais)"quality"

Yamaha NS-10M Studio
The Yamaha NS10M’s are a very good investment for someone who is looking for affordable monitors for their personal studio at home. You cant really complain about anything when it comes to the NS10m’s. They have become very popular to home music makers over the last few years and continue to grow do to the price cuts on them online. It seems like the price of them slides down little by little. But that doesn’t mean they arent good because they are. Unfortunately a lot of users expect more when they get these. They expect a professional studio sound to be coming out of these babies when they open them out of the box. Well the truth is in order to get million dollar studio quality , you have to have million dollar studio equipment. Plain and simple. But you can get close to million dollar studio quality if you are on a budget and know what you are doing.


The high’s , low’s and mid’s are all pretty good clear and accurate. If you are mastering in these make sure you don’t let your low end over power your mix. Because it is kind of easy with these because they low end is nice and think and full. So on your master track you will have to cut the real low end out or else when you press the song out on cd or wherever and play it back on a different system it will have way to much bass going on in the entire song. Make sure you understand your monitors well.


Overall, I think I like the value for what you pay for these and what you get. You pay a really low price for the NS110M’s and get a really good quality. In today’s market that’s what we all want is to feel like we got a deal on a great product and you will have that satisfaction with these.
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Audiofanzine FR16/12/2010

L'avis de Audiofanzine FR (contenu en anglais)

Yamaha NS-10M Studio
Originally written by John Michael on Audiofanzine FR.

Near-field monitor speakers
Used in home studio
Marantz PM4001 amp


Let's be clear: these speakers were conceived to check how a mix/recording will sound with most systems (small hi-fi system, car audio, etc.). They must be used with the same settings as consumer products, meaning you have use the loudness feature of an amp, for example. Good stereo imaging, dynamic transient response, faithful response: if your guitar amp sounds too narrow or your voice has a lack of personality, you'll hear exactly how they sound, unlike recent compact monitors which always enhance the sound. In this last case, when you listen to your work with a good hi-fi system, the sound is hollow or too deep and you won't recognize your mix. This means that your monitor speakers didn't accomplish their job.


I've been using these monitors for over 10 years. I also used them as home speakers for one year. They are great as near-field speaker but the sound quality decreases when used in a living room.
Now, I use them in my home studio for all my recordings and I'm very satisfied. The sound matches what I hear with a premium hi-fi system or a good car audio setup. Very consistent... just essential.