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Yamaha NS-SW310


$450.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fits into tighter spaces easily, ideal for small rooms. Outputs enough power for small to medium sized rooms. Output is clear and carries the detail of the bass, not just "boomy".

The Cons:Spring-loaded speaker terminals are small and cheap, not easy to work with.

The Yamaha NS-SW310 is lower model subwoofer from Yamaha which features YST II technology. It is designed to bring out the best of HD sound sources, with high-fidelity music reproduction. It features a PWM digital drive high efficiency amplifer that delivers 160 watts of dynamic power to the 8" cone and the linear port gives a smoother bass with less unwanted noise.

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Product Shot 2 It has as ultra slim design that sits only 7-7/8" x 18-5/8" x 15-15/16" making it a good match for slim panel TVs and for easy placement. Advanced Yamaha Active Servo Technology  II (Advanced YST II) is a unique Yamaha system in which the speaker and amplifier work together to cancel impedance to the speaker for a more linear motion.  This helps give highest levels of sound pressure and overall performance.  The Yamaha NS-SW310 is available in beech as the NS-SW310BH, in black as the NS-SW310BL and in brown as the NS-SW310BR.

Specifications

  • Advanced YST Technology: YST - II
  • High Efficiency Power Amplifier
  • Multi-Range Driver: 8" Cone
  • Magnetic Shielding
  • High Cut Filter: 40 - 140 Hz
  • Phase Control (Normal or Reverse)
  • Auto Standby: (High, Low and Off)
  • BASS (Bass Action Selector system) 
  • Dynamic Power: 160 W
  • Frequency Response: 26 - 160 Hz
  • Slim Design to Match Plasma Displays and Flat TVs
  • Product Dimensions: (W x H x D) 7 7/8" x 18 5/8" x 15 15/16"
  • Product Weight (lbs.): 30.9 lbs.

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    fits into tighter spaces easily, ideal for small rooms

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    outputs enough power for small to medium sized rooms

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    output is clear and carries the detail of the bass, not just "boomy"

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    doesn't interfere with other devices, can be set right on top of a CRT with no problems

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    excellent coverage of the full bass range, can go very deep

  • 1

    wood finish is very high-quality, looks sophisticated

Cons
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    spring-loaded speaker terminals are small and cheap, not easy to work with

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