Released April, 2005
The Pros:Attractive simple design, looks just right in front of the TV. Compact enough to stay out of the way. Easy setup, very plug-and-play.
The Cons:Audiophiles will notice some weak points in the mids and slightly tinny highs.
The Yamaha NS-C125 is a 2-way, bass reflex center speaker from Yamaha’s affordable NS-125 series, a competitor to the more expensive and sophisticated NS-525 series. It features dual 3-1/8” cone woofers and a 7/8” balanced dome tweeter that work together to deliver quality-sound that is rich and crisp.
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For audio efficiency, the NS-C125 also includes a luxurious black wood-finished cabinet with bass reflex ports for an extended bass performance. Additional features of the Yamaha NS-C125 include magnetic shielding for protection against unwanted signal noise, wall-mountability for placing it near or on top of a TV, and screw-type speaker terminals to help ensure a good signal transfer.
“Listeners should team the NS-C125 center speaker with the other speakers in Yamaha's Custom NS-125 series, which includes tonally matched front tower speakers (NS-125FP) and rear surround speakers (NS-M125P).”
- 2-Way, Bass Reflex Center Speaker
- Dual Cone Woofers
- Balanced Dome Tweeter
- Magnetic Shielding
- Screw-Type Speaker Terminals
- Recommended Usage: Center Speakers
- Type: 2-Way Bass Reflex Design
- Woofers: Dual 3-1/8” White Cone
- Tweeters: 7/8" Balanced Dome
- Frequency Response: 70 Hz - 35 kHz
- Sensitivity: 86 dB/2.83 V/1 m
- Input Power (Maximum / Nominal): 120W / 40W
- Impedance: 6 Ohms
- Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 17-5/16" x 3-11/16" x 5-1/4"
- Product Weight (lbs. each): 4.4
User Reviews (1)
attractive simple design, looks just right in front of the TV
compact enough to stay out of the way
easy setup, very plug-and-play
wood cabinet gives the sound a nice resonance and richness
enough power output for a medium sized room
dialog comes through clear, don't have to turn it up to understand what everyone is saying
blends in well with other electronic equipment
audiophiles will notice some weak points in the mids and slightly tinny highs
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