Yamaha NS-325F Floor standing speakers

In floor Yamaha NS-325F loudspeakers there is nothing more that is especially noteworthy except the finishing (natural veneer) and an enlarged up to three centimeters aluminum dome tweeter with an extended frequency range of 50 kHz. A pair of 13-cm mid-woofers with white diffusers sadly made of not a secret material - the White Spruce Diaphragm, well-honed for twenty years, but of more available in production - Advanced PMD, polymethylpentene with the addition of Indian mica (however, it is also the result of many years of branded developments and is used in top SOAVO speakers). The scheme is two-way, with long-range drivers and a bass reflex. Magnetic shielding is provided.

The first impression was not in their favor. The bass capabilities of Japanese loudspeakers are relatively low - the power of upper bass (100-160 Hz) is much better than 45-60 Hz of "kick", and if you talk about lower frequencies, you hardly feel it there. The reason is clear - a small internal volume of the case. Claims arose to the sound stage too. The geometry is correct, the scale is convincing, but each source is not focused clearly - the space is "drawn" picturesquely, but not realistic. However, the more I listened to Yamaha NS-325F, the less I wanted to analyze the sound. These loudspeakers have some sort of magnetism. The mid-frequency band is informative - that's probably why the harmonious intelligibility is explained. Discants may seem to be muffled, but they sound soft and silky. The overall musical balance has almost no heel. Hence we have an honest, almost studio sound. But if professional monitors, as a rule, play well only at one and quite high level of loudness, then the "dramatic" range is much wider in Yamaha NS-325F. They sing both at background volume levels and at those that at first glance are not beyond the scope of even these loudspeakers.

Yamaha NS-325F Floor standing speakers photo