Overview

The Yamaha HS7 is a compact powered studio monitor for the home studio, or even as a second reference in a professional control room. Calling upon the styling and function of the ubiquitous NS-10M monitors made popular in the 1980s, the HS7 adds built in bi-amplification for 95W of total power pushing a 6.5" woofer and a 1" tweeter, and significantly more low end extension than NS-10Ms could ever dream of. The sound is true and unflattering -- if it sounds good on these speakers, it's because it sounds good everywhere.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • HS7 6.5" Powered Studio Monitor (Pair)
Finish
  • Black
  • White
Year
  • 2010s
Categories

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Reviews for the Yamaha HS7 6.5" Powered Studio Monitors (Pair)
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  • Yamaha hs7 (pair)

    Verified Purchase

    They sound great and look new! Fantastic speakers for a fantastic price!

  • Love the way these sound!

    Verified Purchase

    Crystal clear sound with a super flat response! If you’re mixing and have a room big enough for monitors, these are a great option. Better than anything I’ve used at a similar price point. Also great for casual listening and bothering the neighbors.

  • Verified Purchase

    This is my first pair of monitors and I've really enjoyed working with them. I mix diy recordings in my apartment and am not a professional. The speakers expose many nuances in the mixes. Since getting the monitors my mixes have improved and sound better in different environments. I listened to the …

  • Love my pair sounds/looks great!

    Verified Purchase

    I upgraded from a Craiglist used pair of G1 rokit 5s (bass was too muddy). The fidelity of the HS7 is awesome and makes it one of the best speakers for any kind of production especially for trap/hiphop in a bedroom studio setup.

  • Verified Purchase

    I owned a pair of krk's. Bass sound great but often had to tune bass 2 or 3 different times to get the perfect mix. The mixes in the hs7 are more transparent. Whatever I hear is what it really sounds like