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Yamaha NS-SW700


$1,000.00 Released September, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Precise, detailed sound that lets you hear everything in the bass range. Sounds solid when the beats hit you, nice "impact". Covers the full bass range really well, doesn't seem to leave much out.

The Cons:Audiophiles may feel it is not as lively as other subwoofers in this price range.

The Yamaha NS-SW700 is a stereo subwoofer designed to work with other CS-700 speaker products. It features an ultra-powerful 10” subwoofer cone with Advanced YST II and QD-Bass technology that outputs up to 300W of power.

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Plus, it hosts a linear port that enhances bass, while also minimizing unwanted extraneous noise. A notable feature of the Yamaha NS-SW700 is its Bass Action Selector System (BASS), per which users can choose between Music and Movie modes with the simple flip of a switch. The system then automatically adjusts interior settings for optimal sound reproduction.

Additional Information

“Listeners should team a NS-SW700 subwoofer with the other speakers products in Yamaha’s Custom NS-700 series, including dual floorstanding speakers (NS-F700), two rear surround sound speakers (NS-B700), and one center channel speaker (NS-C700).

Features

  • QD Bass Technology
  • Magnetic Shielding
  • High Efficiency Power Amplifier
  • Phase Control (Normal or Reverse)
  • Auto Standby (High, Low and Off)
  • BASS (Bass Action Selector system)

Specifications

  • Advanced YST Technology: YST - II
  • Multi-Range Driver: 10" Cone
  • High Cut Filter: 40 - 140 Hz
  • Dynamic Power: 300 W
  • Frequency Response: 20 - 160 Hz
  • Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 16" x 17 1/2" x 16"
  • Product Weight (lbs.): 46.3 lbs.

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  • 2

    precise, detailed sound that lets you hear everything in the bass range

  • 2

    sounds solid when the beats hit you, nice "impact"

  • 1

    covers the full bass range really well, doesn't seem to leave much out

  • 1

    cool design isn't as boring as the typical subwoofer "box"

  • 1

    controls for volume and crossover are right on top with simple knobs, accessible and easy to work with

  • 1

    has "movie" and "music" modes that serve to really enhance both experiences

Cons
  • 1

    audiophiles may feel it is not as lively as other subwoofers in this price range

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