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Yamaha NS-C125

$100.00 Released April, 2005

Product Shot 1 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.

Additional Information

“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
  • Wall-Mountability
  • 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

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    attractive simple design, looks just right in front of the TV

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    compact enough to stay out of the way

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    easy setup, very plug-and-play

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    wood cabinet gives the sound a nice resonance and richness

  • 1

    enough power output for a medium sized room

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    dialog comes through clear, don't have to turn it up to understand what everyone is saying

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    blends in well with other electronic equipment

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    audiophiles will notice some weak points in the mids and slightly tinny highs

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