expired YAMAHA NS-333B 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers (Pair) $320 Delivered @ Radio Parts eBay


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RRP $599. Currently $449 at Toddshifi.


Yamaha NS-333 Bookshelf Speakers

2-Way Acoustic Suspension Speaker System. The EF (Elliptical Form) Series feature Waveguide horns, PMD (Polymer-injected Mica Diaphragm) woofers and highest quality internal Monster Cable wiring for total enjoyment of digital movie sound and music sources, plus elegant Yamaha traditional piano finish cabinets.

  • High sensitivity and wide dynamic range for contemporary digital sources
  • Waveguide horn allows the sound field to be shaped and controlled for optimal spatial expression in home theater environments
  • PMD (Polymer-injected Mica Diaphragm) cone woofer combines high-performance materials and design for extreme accuracy
  • Highest quality internal Monster Cable wiring
  • High frequency response dome tweeter delivers clear, natural highs
  • Beautiful Yamaha piano finish with elegant elliptical form

Fast, Quick, Responsive Speakers
Yamaha have been designing speakers for over 40 years. Our A-PMD (Advanced Polymer-injected Mica Diaphragm) cones are light, sturdy and extremely rigid. This ensures excellent mid range clarity and strong bass response from the drivers.

Natural Design Speakers
EF Series speakers are designed to give you the closest audio quality to actually being there. No extra colours or noise, just natural sound reproduction. They are designed to work in harmony with Yamaha receivers to ensure your recording is exactly as you remember it.

Type - 2-Way Bass-ReflexSpeaker System
Woofers - 13cm PMD cone
Tweeter - 2.5cm aluminium dome with Waveguide horn
Frequency Response - 60 Hz-35 kHz
Nominal Input Power - 60 W
Maximum Input Power - 150 W
Sensitivity - 87 dB/2.83 V/1 m
Crossover Frequencies - 3 kHz
Impedance - 6 ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D) - 200 x 320 x 213 mm
Weight - 5.5 kg/unit

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    Are these any good for standalone speakers?


      Yamaha would say yes. I would say yes for less bass-heavy music. If you need to hear full range though I recommend pairing with a subwoofer (the NS-333’s only reach down to 60hz).
      Knowing Yamaha they may be on the ‘flat’ side in terms of sound signature with a slightly ‘bright’ top-end.


      I use them as my fronts (left and right), they do well.


        Good to hear. The waveguide is something that tends to be missing in many bookshelf’s. Especially in the entry-level range like the NS-333.


          so would you suggest this with a subwoofer or just grab the yamaha HS8 as a pair?


            @asafasr: Firstly,
            They are both for different applications. So setup and use between NS-333 (passive speakers) and HS8 (active monitors) is very different.
            Setup, components & cables required is completely different between both speakers (HS8 being active studio monitors, you will have to use balanced cables & plug them into a balanced pre-amp to control the volume).

            I’m pretty sure with the HS8 you will still need a subwoofer in the end (the low-end at +/-3db is 47hz, nothing extra-ordinary in my opinion).

            Also daily use is very different, with NS-333 you just turn on the amplifier (with remote) to listen. But with HS8 you have to turn on your pre-amp, then reach around back of each speaker and turn them on.

            In terms of sound I would say HS8 sounds clinical, while NS-333 would be sweeter and more forgiving.


    now the question is…these or Rokit KRK 5s?


      Again as in my reply to asafasr, they are for different applications.
      The NS-333 are passive bookshelf speakers, you need an amp to drive them.
      The Rokits being powered for around $350 a pair, would be half the cost of the NS-333 in the deal + a new amplifier.
      Keep in mind you will need a pre-amp to control the Rokits.

      I have heard the sound of KRK Rokit monitors are coloured & slightly bass boosted for studio monitors, so the sound is maybe more suited to mainstream music listening than the more flat-tuned NS-333 bookshelf’s.

      Please be aware KRK Rokit 5 G3 now being sold @storedj have RCA (line) inputs, but Rokit 5 G4 has only balanced inputs like Yamaha HS8.

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