Yamaha HS8 Powered Studio Monitors Review - Chef Audio

The bundle of White Yamaha HS8 Powered Studio Monitors Pair and Strukture PRO20M7 is the upgrade most mixers and producers need. For a powerful set of studio monitors, these speakers are reasonably priced. When purchasing, you get a pair of Yamaha HS8 8” studio monitors. The spotless white monitors with black rims look stunning. The box also has a pair of Strukture cables for XLR to XLR connection, both twenty feet long.

The HS8 is a two-way bi-amplified bass reflex studio monitor. It has been designed as a near-field speaker system and has an eight inches cone woofer with an inch dome tweeter. The frequency response range is 38Hz to 30kHz. The monitor can operate in 75W LF and 45W HF. The output can be amplified as and when needed. The trim response and room controls are effective. The TRS and XLR jack inputs can work with unbalanced and balanced signals.

Yamaha HS8 Powered Studio Monitors

The Yamaha HS8 Powered Studio Monitor works just as it should. It reproduces music or a production just as it has been recorded without any loss. There is no generation loss or compromise in quality even when you stretch the limits of the features of the speaker system. There are some amazing controls. Yamaha HS8 has one of the best treble control features. The bass too is accurately reproduced. If you are in a studio and intend to upgrade your active studio monitor, then this is safely one of the first few considerations. It is likely the device will move beyond your shortlist and eventually find a place in your studio.

Yamaha has always been a market leader for musical instruments and audio systems. Their speakers are known for accurate and precise playback. This bundle also delivers the same. The company has built on its legacy and improved its engineering feats with this model. The HS series is easily among the state of the art studio monitors today and some of them are being used by major labels and their artists.

The pair of studio monitors has large magnets set in Advanced Magnetic Circuit design. There are dedicated power amps. Users can use the high trim and room controls given the space where the speakers are being used. The crossover frequency is 2 kHz. The rear ported monitors stand over fifteen inches tall, nearly ten inches wide and around thirteen inches deep. They weigh over twenty pounds. The single HS8 powered studio speaker also comes in black.

Conclusion
The Yamaha HS8 studio monitors is something you should definitely consider, especially if you are a producer or engineer looking for sound reproduction with any loss or degeneration in quality. Typically quality studio monitors run you into the thousands. The HS8 bundle will cause you less than a grand to get going.
Product Quality
Product Features
Sound Quality
Pros
Bundled With Strukture PRO20M7
Extremely Affordable Compared to Other Monitors
Equipped With an Advanced Magnetic Circuit Design
Amazing Sound Reproduction Quality
Cons
Limited Selection of Colors
4.6
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