Yamaha MSP5
Yamaha MSP5

MSP5, Active Monitor from Yamaha in the MSP series.

jcm800 04/25/2004

Yamaha MSP5 : jcm800's user review


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I had instructors blinds, small, powerful, prcis, solid neutral to cost my mixes in my room.
I branch out of my interface MOTU 828 MKII.
There is a +4 dB XLR between-10dB and a jack. Correctors and bass and treble (the treble is no point to nothing, the low reduces the bump around 100Hz).
A very good point: the volume are potentiomtres faade. H yes gentlemen manufacturers of speakers: how do you see the volume knob if derrire??


The curve gives frquence rponse in the manual has nothing do with what is meant: I would say that are relatively neutral with MSP5 may be a "nice" bump in the medium and low-medium (REPRESENTATIVES that the curve of the manual has nothing to do, including a low of 200 900Hz). There is everything you need in the acute, and even if the bandwidth in thoriated s'arrte 50Hz, I can assure you they descend low enough in the condition of the place stratgique of Manir.
These monitors proximity so do not put them hsiter trs prs ears, and of course your head cents, including a good record in the lower.
No problemo in terms of dynamics, precision, image and power stro surprising.


I bought one week ago.
Dj boss had it and I knew that I liked. I compared with Berhinger B2031, M-Audio BX5 and Tapco S5.
I intended to buy the Tapco first saw the price and good reviews Keyboards magazine.
But when I compared the Tapco and Yamaha in the store, the t test was concluded after 5 seconds even if the Tapco may be down a little better in the bass, it lacks square ment something up mdium and acute.

The Yamaha prsentent CHARACTERISTICS which is a both a quality and a default: the sound is still pretty enjoyable. So you will always enjoy work on it. But this lack of transparency has its limits: a mix "ugly" sound "too ugly" on MSP5. Say whatever you Listen, will always have the same kind of sound. But I was good and I like it I really like that sound. On Berhinger or Genelec, the default color mix taient most flagrant, but so what-that-be dsagrable costs little aggressive and tiring (even for the mix normally "pretty")!

Carrment I am happy with my choice for:
- The look and trs small
- Power
- The solid and reputable warranty 2 years
- The volume buttons on faade
- The precision and bandwidth
- Shielding

MSP5 with, even if it is not the most transparent, you will not miss your mixes as rendering the low, mid and treble is neutral and bandwidth tense. I am 100% satisfied from what I have tried.