Set to be introduced at NAMM 2024 this week are Yamaha’s latest studio monitors, the HS3 and HS4 models. The Yamaha HS5 has been praised for its exceptional sound quality within its price range, and we are eagerly anticipating the potential of these new monitors, as they appear to deliver outstanding audio performance from even more compact enclosures. 

Yamaha HS5 Studio Monitor Yamaha HS5 - Studiospares

Excellent studio monitor for producers, musicians, movie composers, educators and touring companies. Whether you are in a small room or a professional recording studio, the HS5 has you covered.

Over the years, Yamaha has become one of the most established and trusted companies in the world of recording and mixing music. Their signature white woofer (we all remember the NS10, don’t we?) has become an industry-standard in the recording studio, all for the simple reason that Yamaha builds and distributes some of the most accurate and genuine sounding monitors available on the market today. 

Yamaha HS3 & HS4 Studio Monitors 

Yamaha achieved a reduction in size for both designs by utilizing a single class-D amplifier to power two speakers, resulting in decreased weight and simplified cable connections. Speaking of connectivity options, these monitors accommodate various audio sources, including XLR/TRS phone, RCA, and stereo mini jacks, ensuring compatibility with audio interfaces, instruments, laptops, and mobile devices. The power button, volume control, and headphone jack are conveniently located on the front of the speakers. Yamaha H Series - Studiospares

Both the HS3 and HS4 are 2-way bass-reflex powered speakers. The HS4, as expected, features larger cone woofers and dome tweeters, measuring 4.5 inches and 1 inch, respectively, compared to the HS3’s 3.5-inch woofers and 0.75-inch tweeters. Their frequency responses are 70Hz – 22kHz (-10dB) for the HS3 and 60Hz – 22kHz (-10dB) for the HS4, with both models boasting a power output of 26W + 26W. 

Yamaha’s commitment to precision, versatility, and quality shines through in the HS3 and HS4, making them a top choice for anyone seeking top-tier studio monitors. Whether you’re in a small studio or a professional recording environment, these monitors are designed to elevate your sound experience, all at a competitive price. Yamaha’s dedication to authentic and accurate sound remains unwavering, ensuring that these monitors are also destined to become industry standards. Stay tuned for their official release and more of the latest news from the NAMM Show 2024. 

As is standard with Yamaha speakers, customers have the option to choose between black and white finishes for both the HS3 and HS4 models. The pricing for these monitors is approximately £229 per pair for the HS3 and £329 per pair for the HS4. 

For further details, visit the Yamaha website.