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Yamaha NS-50F 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker Pack $599 (Was $1797) + Free Shipping Most Areas or Pickup @ Eastwood Hifi Sydney

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We currently have the Yamaha NS-50F 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker Package available for $599 (was $1797).

Brand New. Australian stock. Limited stock available.

This package includes:

  • 1 x Pair Yamaha NS-50F Front Floorstanding Speakers
  • 1 x Yamaha NS-C51 Centre Speaker
  • 1 x Pair Yamaha NS-B51 Bookshelf Rear Speakers (wall mountable)
    (the centre and bookshelf speakers are boxed together as the Yamaha NS-P51 pack)
  • 1 x Yamaha NS-SW100 10 Inch Subwoofer
  • Speaker Cable
  • Subwoofer Cable

Please see below for more detailed specifications.

Pick up from our store in Dural (near Castle Hill). Free same day/next day delivery available within Sydney metro area.

Free delivery available to most other areas. Any extra shipping cost will be subsidised by us to keep it as low as possible. Please email or call us regarding shipping to your area.

To place an order (or for shipping quote) please contact us on 02 9651 4922 or email sales@eastwoodhifi.com.au


Specifications:

Yamaha NS-50F Floorstanding Speakers:
Type: 2-Way, 3-Speaker Bass-Reflex Floor-Standing Speaker
Woofers: Dual 16cm cone
Tweeter: 3cm dome
Frequency Response: 35 Hz-35 kHz
Nominal Input Power: 80 W
Maximum Input Power: 240 W
Sensitivity: 91 dB/2.83 V/1 m
Crossover Frequencies: 2 kHz
Impedance: 6 ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D): 233 x 880 x 271 mm
Weight: 12.5 kg/speaker

Yamaha NS-C51 Centre Speaker:

Type: 2-way acoustic suspension
Woofers: Dual 10cm cone
Tweeter: 2.2cm balanced dome
Frequency Response: 70 Hz–36 kHz
Nominal Input Power: 60 W
Maximum Input Power: 180 W
Sensitivity: 92 dB/2.83 V/1 m
Impedance: 6 ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D): 415 x 135 x 167 mm
Weight: 3.2 kg

Yamaha NS-B51 Surround Speakers:

Type: 2-way acoustic suspension
Woofers: 10cm cone
Tweeter: 2.2cm balanced dome
Frequency Response: 69 Hz–36 kHz
Nominal Input Power: 50 W
Maximum Input Power: 150 W
Sensitivity: 89 dB/2.83 V/1 m
Impedance: 6 ohms
Dimensions (W x H x D): 148 x 252 x 150 mm
Weight: 2 kg each

Yamaha NS-SW100 Subwoofer:

Driver: 25 cm (10”) cone
Dynamic Power: 100 W
Frequency Response: 25–180 Hz
Advanced YST: Yes
Twisted Flare Port: Yes
Dimensions (W x H x D): 351 x 352 x 408 mm
Weight: 12 kg

To place an order (or for shipping quote) please contact us on 02 9651 4922 or email sales@eastwoodhifi.com.au

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closed Comments

  • +29 votes

    You have to talk to a human being to place an order? What is this, 1983?

    • +28 votes

      We're working on adding an online shopping cart to our website soon. You're welcome to email us if you don't want to talk to us :)

    • +1 vote

      Hey……I was born in 1983!

    • +3 votes

      28, 1983 comin' through ya speakers,
      It features a style like this
      Rippin' it on the mic, it's like we're hype
      To the old school 80's hard rock hip hop riff like this
      Kick it, stick it in the tape player, lickity split
      Rock hard the severe kid, Jedi Jay, damn that boy can play
      Did ya hear that $h!t
      Everybody rip it up, yo check this style

      Go go go go
      You know where we're from so hands up in the sky
      Go go go go
      Props go out to 1983
      Go go go go
      We be rockin' hard for the whole damn crew
      That's we

  • +8 votes

    Could go well with the Yamaha amp I bought on here 4 years ago. (Still in the box!)

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    Do you have to match the ohms on the receiver to the speaker? My receiver being 8 ohms and this speaker rated at 6. Using it for a TV room.

    • +7 votes

      Technically 'yes' but no, on this grade gear you'll be A-OK. Lower impedance speakers will make the Amp work harder which in turn will get it running hotter sooner but as long as it's a reasonable brand and reasonably modern then it'll have protection circuitry built-in and will simply cut off when the going gets a bit too hard… but that'll only happen after running the system very hard for a very long period. It's only a small difference anyway… I've successfully run 4Ohm speakers on an 8Ohm amp for years without a problem at all. Go nuts!

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        Does it sound worse though?

        I have Elac UB5s which is very power hungry
        When I changed my amp it sounded so different

        I don’t get how this power/speaker thing works
        I thought 60w amp on full power and 120w on half power was same

        • +1 vote

          Changing any Amp, even Amps that have identical specs on paper will produce a different sound. Definitely shouldn't be 'worse' though! That's half the fun of the Hifi hobby… making small & affordable changes can sometimes make massive differences to the sound. What Amps were you running with the ELACs BTW?

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        Cheers! Still deciding on a new bargain kit like this or a second hand bargain kit that will keep its value. Do you have any thoughts on this Yammy kit at this price?

        • +2 votes

          At this price you can't really go wrong with this kit. They'll sound great and you'll have a great time with them. I've had a pair of 50Fs in the past and yeah, they're just decent, hassle-free, very good sounding speakers for the masses. Definitely not junk at all and will just work well… good all-rounders if you know what I mean. Are they refined? No but that isn't what most people really care for so no point blowing thousands on wanky speakers when you're not going to get the value out of them anyway.

          One thing you may wish to ask yourself though… do you really need Surround Sound and a Sub? If you like watching movies with surround sound then yep, these will be perfect however if you mainly listen to music then you may want to consider going down the vintage/2nd-hand route and get yourself a nice pair of classic Hifi speakers of some variety. That opens a massive can-o-worms though and really starts with what Receiver/Amp you're currently using and of course your expectations moving forward.

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            @SteveAndBelle: I understand what you are saying and appreciate the advice. I am looking for something for TV primarily to increase the clarity for one (coming from TV in-built speakers) so I realise ANYTHING will be better and to enjoy movies more. It is a case of, if I am to spend money, to get something that will do the job at the best bargain price. I'll see what Eastwood come back for a shipping price as $600 is at the top end of what I would like to spend. Cheers again.

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              @OldBugger: Ah OK. Personally I'd just go for a Soundbar and be done with it. Superior convenience & minimalism and with excellent clarity. Plenty of OzBargainers rave about their sub-$200 Yamaha SoundBars so maybe look into one of those for TV then deal with your music requirements with the remaining $400 odd. The new Voll Speakers & Sub are really really nice! $600 is a lot of money to spend just to clarify your TV sound IMO.

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                @SteveAndBelle: I have a Yammy receiver here which was gifted to me and just need the speakers. Regarding the soundbar, I've heard the comment that any receiver mixed with a speaker system will match the sound from a soundbar. Not sure of the accuracy of this as I've never had a soundbar. But you may be right about the budget here, and I may be best to keep looking for a cheap set of second hand speakers.

                • +2 votes

                  @OldBugger: I personally won't get a sound bar, as getting one of equal sound quality will cost far more than amp speakers combo. But sound bars look, objectively, better for different peoples set up.

                  I have been using Yamaha amps for over a decade and love them. If you don't care for a refined look of a sound bar, go speakers. Bigger better sound for less money.

                  As you already have an amp, and don't need surround, $600 on a pair of floor standing will not you something nice! Even second hand you can't go wrong. Gumtree can be a gold mine, speakers really don't hold their value from new.

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    Could anyone shed light on the length of the cables/how to wire the rear speakers? And/or if they're bluetooth (doesn't seem like it but just checking).

    Pretty big room i'm thinking of putting them in so would need well above 10m's per speaker.

    • +2 votes

      The speakers will need to be connected to your amplifier with speaker cable. Each rear speaker comes with 10m of speaker cable. We can supply you with any extra speaker cable you may need, or you can pick it up locally from Jaycar, Bunnings etc

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    Weird, 2 and a half hours old post yet all comments are under 10 minutes old.

  • +3 votes

    ffs all these deals post eofy literally killing me, ovens, cooktops, speakers, hard cases, laptops…crazy fomo…

  • -1 vote

    How many phone calls did you get out of 2000+ clicks?

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    How do these compare to the [NS-51(https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/461937)?

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      I think they're the same speakers (NS-F50 actually seems to be an older design) but comparing them side to side the NS-F50 plays deeper bass, pretty much no need for a subwoofer for most music. The NS-F51s still get pretty low though.

      This package comes with a subwoofer though so can't go wrong with either in home theater use.

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    How do these compare to the yamaha NS - 7900?

    • +1 vote

      The specs look similar, however the NS-50F is not quite as tall and weighs a bit less. In terms of how they compare sound wise, we honestly don't know, but from memory the NS-7900 were quite a bit more expensive, so they may be superior when it comes to music. You probably wouldn't notice much difference with movies

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    These guys are great.
    OP, any EOFY specials on soundbars?

  • +1 vote

    I love how you have to call them or attend the shop to make an order. This was standard practice until the late 90s/early 2000s. They must take security very seriously.

    • +2 votes

      Write a Google+ Review for us!

      Um, this news may come as a shock so please sit down.

  • +2 votes

    I'm curious about the real typical price.

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    dang i just bought a harmon kardon sound bar. should i return it and buy this?

    • +3 votes

      Hell yeah. I don't even know why sound bars are a thing, stereo sounds heaps better with better imaging.

      • +2 votes

        I get why sound bars are around. Still better than tv sound but aren't a massive imprint on the look of a room.

        Personally I'm with you, won't likely ever own one. Also like the look of speakers too imo.

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          It's ironic isn't it because bigger screens are (perceived as) better yet bigger speakers which according to physics (like for like) are definitely better, are not the done thing.

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            @chumpychops: Yeah I know. I can't fathom spending of so much money on a sound bar just because it looks better. I get the cheapy Yamaha sound bar that ozb loves: is sub $200 and is a massive improvement over tv speakers, but other than that ehhh.

            I like the look of speakers, especially decent ones. But hey, each to their own really.

    • +1 vote

      Please do return it. You will thank us later on. There's no substitute to big proper speakers. that's what she said

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      You'll have to buy receiver, i chose soundbar because of the hdmi arc. My receiver doesnt have one so i ended up using the receiver and bookshelf speakers for the pc lol.

  • -2 votes

    There must be a huge mark up if you can discount this much

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    "Was 3 million dollars, now 12 cents"

  • +2 votes

    Eastwood HiFi! Blast from the past! I miss the newsletters!!!

    My KEF 3005.2s are still going strong from 2008 :)

    • +1 vote

      I remember when they were actually at Eastwood. And yes I miss the newsletters and the terrible jokes.

      My Paradigm 100s are still going strong from 2013 :)

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    Limited stock? How many are actually left?

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    Hey Storerep.

    Any chance of a deal on the paradigm millenia sub please?

  •  

    How does this speaker compared to Pioneer Andrew jones FS52?

    Off topic, can brand for receiver be the different to speaker brand? Ie Yamaha receiver with Pioneer speaker or Pioneer receiver with Yamaha NS50f?

    • +2 votes

      Yes, you can have different brands for the receiver and speakers. Assuming the features are comparable, the receiver shouldn't make much difference for movies.

    • +1 vote

      Some of the speakers in the Pioneer FS52 Pack are larger than the Yamaha so they may give you a 'bigger' sound, and the subwoofer is more powerful. However it's hard to comment on how they sound compared to the Yamaha speaker pack, as we haven't heard them. Depending on the price they are available for, the Pioneer looks like a solid system

  • +1 vote

    Great set of speakers for the price, just replaced my old DB Dynamics set with these.

    Have dealt with Eastwood HiFi for many years and have never been disappointed with price, quality and especially customer service. 5 Stars to you guys and thank you.

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    Can anyone comment on how this model performs against the Yamaha NSP160PKG, sold here? My employer has a points scheme for me to almost purchase this model, but if the NS-50 is far superior… [shrug]

    Any advice, comments are appreciated!

    • +1 vote

      Bought them on Saturday. Free shipping to Adelaide metro. This set will probably replace the bookshelf speakers on the 7.1 Av receiver that I have :p. Time to do a little justice to the amp.

      Edit: meant to post a new comment and not reply. But can't delete it now :-/

  • +2 votes

    Just got off the phone with them. Very helpful salesman who knew what he was talking about. There are were 3 x packs in stock when I called but you can drop that down to a couple as mine being shipped interstate for $0 this afternoon.

    No brainier purchase IMO for matching with a sub $1000 5.1 receiver.

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