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Yamaha Studio & Home Studio user reviews

  • Yamaha MSP3

    Yamaha MSP3 - "ok, but you can get better"


    The Yamaha MS P3’s are a set of monitors that I have used on several occasions. They are some of the first monitors that we possessed at our studio across town. They did they job for a long time, and we didn’t really have many complaints with them,…

  • Yamaha FM804

    Yamaha FM804 - "Vintage mixer"


    The Yamaha FM08 is a great mixer with many extra features that are not on competing mixers costing twice the price. The quality is good, not quite as good as an Allen and Heath, but it costs a lot less. I it is very easy to use and has very good effe…

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - "A safe bet!"


    16-track digital mini studio that works at 16 bits/44kHz. It records simultaneously 8 tracks and also has a stereo track to record a master. It uses an internal hard drive to store what your record. The CD player/burner allows you to import (as long …

  • Yamaha HS50M

    Yamaha HS50M - "great flat sound"


    I've been using the Yamaha HS50M’s since August 2006. In my experience HS50Ms are very interesting speakers. I can say they have the most realistic sounding bass I've ever heard, period! The timber of the bass instruments are so real there is nothing…

  • Yamaha MG82CX

    Yamaha MG82CX - "Great mixer for all"


    The Yamaha MG82cx is a powerful mixer. It has 16 effects that are clear and very crisp. I have got no hum or buzz with this mixer at all. If you are creating music at home this will go perfect in your computer set up! UTILIZATION The size and wei…

  • Yamaha MSP5

    Yamaha MSP5 - yoTrakkz's review


    The Yamaha MSP5 monitors are powered studio monitors, I paid 250 per monitor for these, they sound great but I was very disappointed with the low in frequencies in these. They were a total let down and didn’t provide me hardly with any thump. Coming …

  • Yamaha 01V

    Yamaha 01V - yoTrakkz's review


    The Yamaha 01V comes with a rack able option and is very easy to set up. You wont even need to open up the manual to get going, its all self explanatory if you know how to operate most other gear. You can use it with midi which is good because most a…

  • Yamaha HS80M

    Yamaha HS80M - "Good Quality Monitors.."


    I used the Yamaha HS80M’s for about a year and a half total, I loved them and they have a very good crystal clear sound. Great range, from hi’s to low end. But during my mixing I couldn’t get a clean mix with them. So that’s why I didn’t keep them lo…

  • Yamaha HS10W

    Yamaha HS10W - " Very well for home studio applications"


    home studio utilization SOUNDS It's comfortable and precise OVERALL OPINION However I believe that after years of using it, it is difficult to place the switch in a worst position. Except to put it under the speaker. And even this may not be w…

  • Yamaha SPX90

    Yamaha SPX90 - "Always indispensable!"


    One input jack, two output jacks, you choose the operating level (+4 or -20 dB), 16-bit linear conversion, 31.25 kHz sampling frequency, which results in a frequency range of 20 to 12 kHz, maximum. The effects can't be edited via PC, but those intere…