Yamaha's Best Ever...
Yamaha have proudly introduced the NS-5000, a 3-way speaker system that shows off the future of Yamaha's speaker technology. Yamaha have spared no effort in all aspects of designing Hi-Fi speakers, including components and materials.
The result is the superb NS-5000, with sound and performance that sets a standard for all Hi-Fi speakers to come.
Revolutionary ZYLON® Material
ZYLON is a synthetic material that boasts the title of the "world’s strongest synthetic fibre" while possessing optimum elasticity. The soft-dome diaphragm suppresses peaks and dips in the frequency response, while taking advantage of its high acoustic velocity comparable to that of beryllium.
The result is a remarkably flat frequency response, with unified tone color and acoustic velocity over the entire frequency range, providing comfortable listening experience and meticulously accurate, superb sound reproduction of the highest degree.
Newly developed Resonance Suppression Chamber
Yamaha's new R.S chambers suppress unwanted resonance in the mid and high ranges, achieving higher-resolution audio reproduction. By eliminating the need for a large quantity of sound-absorbing material inside the enclosure that tends to smooth the frequency response of each speaker unit and might degrade minute nuances of the sound.
All drivers in the NS-5000 are connected in positive phase with single wiring to deliver a natural, pleasing listening experience. Components of its frequency-dividing network are mounted on a double-sided printed circuit board with extra-thick copper.
Yamaha used handpicked parts of only the highest quality, such as the SUPREME EVO audio capacitor, which is made in Germany and renowned as the pinnacle of audio-use capacitor and a woofer coil that weighs as much as 1.6 kg (3.52 lbs).
- Type: 3 way Bookshelf Bass-reflex Type
- Woofers: 12" ZYLON®
- MidRange Driver: 3.25 Inch ZYLON®
- Tweeter: 1.25 Inch ZYLON®
- Frequency Response: 26 Hz-40 kHz (-10dB), -100 kHz (-30dB)
- Nominal Input Power: 200 W
- Maximum Input Power: 600 W
- Sensitivity: 88 dB / 2.83 V/1 m
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Check out the brochure here - Yamaha NS 5000 Brochure