Yamaha HS7 2 way bass reflex bi amplified nearfield Powered Active Studio Monitors Pair Bundle in Black With Studio Monitors Stands and SMC20 20' XLR Microphone Cables

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About Yamaha HS7 2 Way Bass Reflex Bi Amplified Nearfield

Save with this Bundle: Yamaha HS7 100-Watt Series Monitor in Black Hear Clearer Highs and Deeper Lows with These Yamahas The Yamaha HS7 Active Studio Monitor is the happy middle child in the much-acclaimed HS line of powered speakers! The price point delivers a power rating of 95 watts, which puts the HS7 right between the HS5 and HS8 in terms of output power. Yamaha's all-proprietary design yields an exceptional tonal response and presents dynamic fidelity sufficient for the demands of a professional mixing session. The HS7 monitors are of true bi-amp design, and drive all the way to maximum output without clipping or distortion, while preserving accurate dynamic ratios. Features: 2-way bass-reflex bi-amplified near field studio monitor with 6.5-inch cone woofer and 1-inch dome tweeter 43 Hz - 30 kHz frequency response 60W LF plus 35W HF bi-amp system for high-performance 95W power amplification Room Control and High Trim response controls XLR and TRS 1/4" jack inputs accept balanced or unbalanced signals Samson SAMS200 Heavy Duty Monitor Stands (pair) Professional-grade isolated studio monitor stands. Features Telescoping column for height adjustment Solid metal speaker platform Heavy base with carpet spikes 40 lbs. maximum speaker load Ideal for Auro 8, Resolv 65, Resolv 65a, Resolv 80a and Rubicon 6a Monitors Strukture SMC20 20' XLR Microphone Cable; We selected the top-selling cables in the industry and eliminated as much packaging cost as possible without sacrificing quality. The rubber outer covering is reinforced by a state-of-the-art shrink-wrap sleeve to resist separation at the termination points