I use these for stage monitors, small PAs and parties.
They are Loud! The bass that comes out of them is awesome. The sound is well balanced and full - not harsh like some cheaper small powered speakers.
The eq processing is good with 3 modes foh/off/monitor and the variety of inputs and mixer is really useful.
They are really power efficient. One speaker on at a reasonable volume for background music is pulling around 15 watts.
They have really good inbuilt protection - I had a bass player make some nasty spikes (yes i know i need a compressor) and had turned his monitor up too much. The speaker just stopped working, then started again when I turned it off and on again after the gig.
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Why here the sound is quite different
We have tested in our band over 10 different boxes in the price class up to 1000 euros.
The YAMAHA DXR10 and the YAMAHA DBR10 are both the definite winners in this great test !!!
Because something here is quite different, as with all other vendors:
THE SEPARATION FREQUENCY
Where other vendors are already blowing through a horn from 1KHZ onwards, Yamaha stays up to date
2.1 KHZ (DBR) 2.4 KHZ (DXR)
On the 10 "speaker, vocals sound quite different, the whole really important area goes over 10" cardboard ... wonderful. So it sounds totally different, as with all the others. Especially vocals and saxophone and string instruments sound much warmer and simply better.
Due to this principle, however, the box is quieter than, for example, an RCF 310 MKIII. Maybe that works just because the middle of the other boxes blow out, honestly ...
WHY do we make music because of loud? That's exactly why we went for the Yamaha. What Meyersound with a cut-off frequency of 1.7 KHZ everywhere in the 2way boxes has long been implemented, makes Yamaha synonymous and even more. Therefore
Absolutely If good sound is more important than loud.
We then even the cheaper DBR10 equal 4x taken, because the fan is not audible, with the DXR already ... likewise the DXR possesses a higher Grundrauschen ... the DBR is quasi STUMM !.
The DXR can be louder, but what comes out louder, does not sound to me "honest", made with such a small box. For the size ergbit a certain level and the DBR even better, because the high-frequency driver with the DXR pushes more, much more .... is a bit too strong at 6-7 KhZ, which is annoying at high volumes and certain songs can be.
The DXR is a hammer box The DBR likewise and since much more favorably the GEHEIMTIPP at all.
For MONITOR super - no matter which musician, as a ground monitor or sidefill and for small events up to 100 people in connection with bass also. The angle is much steeper than with other boxes. We enter the box there into the hall where just something is missing and are happy. Small correction at the EQ (3Khz -2db and at 9Khz also -2db) and that was it already. Main PA with us is Alcons Audio. YAMAHA keep it up!
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