Yamaha MSP3
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Yamaha MSP3

MSP3, Active Monitor from Yamaha in the MSP series.

Mamaz 09/07/2005

Yamaha MSP3 : Mamaz's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
- I wished to be a long-term set of monitor speakers at a reasonable and appropriate for maximum application. (I do not mixes of 5.1)

- I opted initially for local pregnant because my studio is currently small. I use them to carry out pre-master music (rock, funk, hip-hop, jazz, blues) music by the meter, sound banks, and track records. I am particularly pleased that MSP3 is shielded, it avoids magnetic interference (with cathode ray tubes for example), my studio is small. (And not equipped with an LCD screen)

Audio interface, pre-amp, I have a range of professional equipment, and the series of Yamaha MSP have no complex have.

SOUNDS

- The sound could not be more neutral, and delivers superb midrange, treble is a little aggressive to my ear ... Finally, note that you can not mix with those of infrabass pregnant. (I took my troubles patiently !!!!)

- I placed about 2 meters and a half from each other, and I'm in the center, at a distance of about 1.5 meters. I'm transcended, the stereo image is well defined, very good reach, and we can clearly speak of the spectrum, when you hear a track lead mixed in the center, we hear, at the center! (I know if I make myself clear ...)

OVERALL OPINION

- I use them for 1 year.
- I like the sleek look, the knobs for bass and treble EQ, if I like them because it has helped me have a real control on the beaches of Frequency converter for a mix. A real monitoring to start off right, or rather the right ear! (That is 2 cents a rotten joke
- I listened to a lot of time for conventional speakers, but these are my first monitor speakers. I confess that I rediscovered some discs as the sound is clear and dynamic sound.
- Excellent quality \ price.
- It's not that I lacked experience, but an extension of 300 Euros to buy MSP5 (which deliver more bass!)