Yamaha MSP user reviews
I've been using the Yamaha MSP5 studio monitors for about three years. I've used them both for tracking and listening and for mixing. They work great in all listening applications because they provide not only an accurate portrayal of the sound you are playing but because they cover the whole spectrum of frequencies. Yamaha has a reputation for ...
Overall, we used these for a bout a year or maybe a little longer before deciding to upgrade and go with something else that sounded a little better after our trip to the local music store. We were able to trade these in a get about 50 percent of what we paid for them back to put toward our next set of monitors which is good, that means they hol...
But overall if your not worried about having a lot of low end , or if you don’t compose your music with a lot of kick and thump than these will work perfect for your. Maybe for some easy listening music or some jazz because of a smooth bassline with no punch, they will sound great. But if you need something with some punch and knock go with som...
The most disconcerting thing about these kind of monitors is the honesty of the sound: it's simply brutal! No mercy for glitches or the unsteady volume/attack of my bass played without a compressor. You can hear everything! If it actually sounds on these monitors, you can expect something good. Isn't that the goal of a good studio monitor?
Yamaha MSP5 - Danbei
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A strong point is the sturdiness, I'm not afraid to move, no need to mettres in a cardboard box, bubble wrap, foam and all the stuff to carry. At bargain price, this is a very good value for money. By against nine I think there is more in the same category.
I had low end Behringer before, there is a world between ... I find them a bit expensive, but it's really serious building level, it is a tank! The only thing that can be a bit annoying is the on / off switch on the back, but it is the case on many speakers. I highly recommend it.
Purchased there at least 8 years, I think. I'm making tracks with 4 or 5 other models. What I like: To mix it enables high fidelity and neutrality. A quality / good price. I would do this NIOHC without hesitation.