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Yamaha NS-B310


$180.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent sound for the price point, nearly perfect for audiophiles. Highs are very strong and defined, only a slight metallic tone. Good sound dispersal, covers the space well.

The Cons:Lacks the smoothness and softness in the highs found in silk and fabric domes. Need to be broken in for a long time before they reach their potential. Need a subwoofer to fill the bass out properly.

The Yamaha NS-B310 are full-range acoustic suspension bookshelf speakers that fall in the lower end in Yamaha's Performance Series of speakers. They are designed to bring out the best of HD sound sources, with high-fidelity music reproduction.

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Product Shot 2 They have dual 3-1/8" cones, which are made from light weight aluminum for extremely clear, high resolution bass sound and deliver a maximum of 120 watts. They have a precision-shaped cabinet with high-tech sandblasted aluminum baffle front panel and they are only 4-3/16" x 7-7/8" x 5" so they can be placed virtually anywhere. The Yamaha NS-B310 are available in beech as the NS-B310BH, in black as the NS-B310BL and in brown as the NS-B310BR.

Specifications

  • Recommended Usage: Bookshelf Speakers
  • Type: Full-range Accoustic Suspension
  • Woofers: Dual 3 1/8" Aluminum Cone
  • Gold-Plated Brass Extruded Terminals
  • Frequency Response: 80 Hz - 35 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 87 dB/2.83 V/1 m
  • Input Power (Maximum / Nominal): 120W / 40W
  • Impedance: 6 Ohms
  • Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 4 3/16" x 7 7/8" x 5"
  • Product Weight (lbs. each): 3.5 lbs. / each

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    excellent sound for the price point, nearly perfect for audiophiles

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    highs are very strong and defined, only a slight metallic tone

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    good sound dispersal, covers the space well

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    work well as bookshelf speakers or as part of a 7.1 setup

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    lacks the smoothness and softness in the highs found in silk and fabric domes

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    need to be broken in for a long time before they reach their potential

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    need a subwoofer to fill the bass out properly

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