Used for 4 months for the monitoring in post-production: editing and film editing of direct sounds at the moment, complete and sound editing premix soon.
+ Designed to work with the NS-10. Muffler, right, with a greater connection to Yamaha A100A and A100 (in addition to the XLR jack but no RCA), large pots notched solid, 1U with handles, enough power to the monitor (and even send it as well will need if you push)
- No meter. And also not taken Speakon, but hey it's not a big deal, since I used the right cable with speaker.
Another amp used: Inter-M 300: solid, good connections, quiet but quite warm. Mostly I wanted the perfect complement to NS-10. So I looked at the side of the Yamaha amp with the A100 and A100A, and also another brand Amcron (now Crown) and D-75. Series A100 did not have XLR inputs and small pots and not serrated. The Amcron / Crown me look bad but not rare and I am passed by several times on eBay (to more than 250 € without shipping costs). Otherwise it was € 750 new. So I dropped.
Used about 200 € (in fact € 600 with a pair of Yamaha NS-10M, including transport). This is not what we find less expensive: the price of nine inter-R300 M for example. But good amps are used, for the most affordable, between 150 and 250 €. So it's ok for an amp designed for use with the famous NS-10.
Too bad this amp is no longer manufactured, like the NS-10. But again without a choice problem, with the opportunity in good working condition, proof of the solidity and reliability of this material.
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Fmarine's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
YAMAHA P2075: excellent bill for this amp for monitoring. Sturdy construction, well ventilated, yet he knows to be forgotten. Indeed, it is very quiet and gives off little heat. I use the Yamaha P-2075 to power Yamaha NS-10m for 10 years now without any worries. I must add that I did off a 20aine times only.
Dynamic, faithful sound reproduction, well constructed, balanced: a very good power amp to handle monitor.