Friday, May 25, 2012

My Primary Studio Monitors: Yamaha HS50M

I'm continuing to add some new gadgets to my modest home studio setup. A few weeks ago I made a post about Avantone MixCubes, which are designed to be good reference monitors for low-fidelity speakers such as televisions or built-in computer speakers.

Yamaha HS50M

I am now adding a pair of Yamaha HS50M studio monitors to be used as my primary monitoring tool across a wider frequency spectrum. The reviews were pretty good on Amazon (4.5 stars). A slightly higher-priced model, the Yamaha HS80M, had an even better rating (5 stars), but it's probably best for now to just go with these HS50M as my entry-level monitors. The bass response isn't as loud as I would have expected, but otherwise I am very satisfied with the sound. I will probably purchase a subwoofer or two in the future for monitoring bass and sub-bass.

Yamaha HS50M Yamaha HS50M


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