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Yamaha NS-525F


$800.00 Released December, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Cabinet construction is of superior quality - real wood design is beneficial both sonically and visually. Frequency range is warm and natural - tweeter output is never overpowered by bass. Very lightweight as compared to similar models from Cerwin Vega and Polk Audio - wall mounting is performed with confidence.

The Cons:Relatively expensive based on feature set - more affordable counterparts available from Klipsch and Cerwin Vega.

The Yamaha NS-525F is a 3-way, bass reflex tower speaker housed in a tall and narrow luxurious black wood finish. It features an Advanced PMD (Polyer-injected Mica Diapragm) 6.5” woofer and 6.5” midrange that work together to reproduce natural-sounding vocals without sacrificing any low-distortion bass.

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On top is a 1-1/8” aluminum dome tweeter featuring a DC Diaphragm with an extra-powerful Neodymium magnet that can reproduce frequencies up to 100 kHz, cited as exceptionally impressive considering the tweeter’s miniscule size. Additional features of the Yamaha NS-525F include aluminum diecast caskets for the woofer and midrange, high-performance crossover networks, and a chamfered baffle that reduces sound diffraction. 

Additional Information

 "For the best home theater performance, listeners should team a pair of NS-525F tower speakers with the other speakers in Yamaha's Custom NS-525 series, which includes tonally matched bookshelf rear speakers (NS-M525) and a center channel speaker (NS-C525)."

Features

  • 3-Way, Bass Reflex Tower
  • Advanced PMD Woofer/Midrange
  • Aluminum Dome Tweeter
  • DC-Diaphragm
  • Magnetic Shielding
  • Real Wood Finish
  • Twin Bass Reflex Ports
  • Heavy Duty Ferritate Round Bass Anchor
  • Gold-Plated Brass Extruded Terminals
  • Aluminum Diecast Caskets
  • High-Performance Crossover Networks
  • Chamfered Baffle

Specifications

  • Recommended Usage: Front Speakers
  • Type: 3-Way Bass Reflex Design
  • Woofers: 6-1/2" Advanced PMD Cone
  • Midrange Driver: 6-1/2" Advanced PMD Cone
  • Tweeters: 1-1/8" Aluminum Dome
  • Frequency Response: 35 Hz - 50 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 89 dB/2.83 V/1 m
  • Input Power (Maximum / Nominal): 200W / 50W
  • Crossover Frequencies: 3 kHz
  • Impedance: 6 Ohms
  • Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 7-7/8" x 39-3/8" x 14-3/16"
  • Product Weight (lbs. each): 50.1

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    Cabinet construction is of superior quality - real wood design is beneficial both sonically and visually

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    Frequency range is warm and natural - tweeter output is never overpowered by bass

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    Very lightweight as compared to similar models from Cerwin Vega and Polk Audio - wall mounting is performed with confidence

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    Rear wiring is independently protected - greatly reduces risk of internal damage during installation and adjustment

Cons
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    Relatively expensive based on feature set - more affordable counterparts available from Klipsch and Cerwin Vega

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