Yamaha HS 7

2-Way active nearfield monitor

  • 6.5" cone woofer (60W) + 1" dome tweeter (35W)
  • Power: 95 W (Bi-Amp)
  • Bass-reflex system
  • Frequency response: 43 to 30.000 Hz
  • Balanced XLR input
  • Balanced 6.3 mm jack input
  • Adjustable input levels
  • Room control and high trim response controls
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 210 x 332 x 284 mm
  • Weight: 8.2 kg
  • Price per piece

Further Information

Speaker size 1x 6,5"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 95 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) No
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes

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22.01.2016
I use these studio monitors to mix electronic dance music, mostly House, Electro House, and Dubstep.
I also use them to monitor my mixes, when I'm DJ'ing at home.

The HS7's are the best choice in the price range they're in, Yamaha is best known by their NS10's, which are present in many pro studios, and still being used to mix regularly.
The NS10's are a trademark, but these new monitors (HS5/7/8) are more advanced, and better built. Overall, great quality of sound and design. Their clarity is way higher, and their sound is flatter.

The speaker cabinet is beautifully made and designed, it's simplistic design allows it to be very stealth, and the material used to cover the exterior of the cabinet doesn't stain or scratch easily, and it's super easy to clean.

What I don't like about the HS7's is the fact that the bass port is on the back, having the necessity to distance them a bit from the walls, more than normal, or having to put isolation behind them to absorb or control the bass frequencies, avoiding reflexes and phase cancellation.

Another fact is that the sub is 6,5 inches and not 7. I don't know why, but it is true that the best use you give these monitors is pairing them with an HS8S subwoofer.
A minor problem is that the treble is a little bit faded on these, but it's not a problem as you can easily tell by a reference track, what is the correct volume.


To sum it all up, my experience with these has been the best, they've almost burnt in and they are sounding great!
I totally advise anyone who is interested in a medium priced monitors with great sound to buy the Yamaha HS7's, honest, clear and high quality!
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Simply amazing
Paul auf Österreich, 09.04.2020
I use these in my "home studio" (git in to audio interface, in to these monitors) for practice, recording, and now listening to music as well. The difference in experience between sitting in front of these monitors and playing through headphones is further than night and day.

The sounds of my guitar is amazing, but it was already amazing through the headphones. It is just nice to not have to wear headphones anymore.

But since I am a recording newb, the place I notice the clarity of these monitors the most is when listening to the recordings other studio artists. The detail that comes through is just outstanding. It's like hearing many of my favorite songs for the first time again. Instead of hearing the music, you are sitting inside of the musical experience.

The additional clarity also makes it much easier to transcribe, because every instrument comes through completely clear.

Massive, massive value. If you are on the fence, pull the trigger.
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Great for home studio. Get the job done
Haeg, 05.01.2018
I've bought a pair of these to replace old Hi-fi passive system (yeah, it sucked, i know...) They are incredibly good for the price.

The sound is pleasant and pretty much neutral (good for mixing stations).

Only negative thing (and it was merely a turn off for me), the power button is in the rear side... so you have to get an acces to it to turn it on and off. This was not a problem after a few hours of "where am i placing that thing" in my home studio dedicated room but have that in mind before you purchase it.

I would buy it again, 100% (and trust me, you don't need the sub if your room is not larger than 25m², that would be a clear overkill situation)

I had the chance to compare those hs7 to the hs8. I would say the HS8 are just louder (and have more boosted basses) but the sound definition is similar, it's just a matter of size, and you know guys (and girls btw), size does not matter that much if you know how to use it.

Have fun with those, don't wait to buy =)
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Used to love these Speakers but there is a but.
C&G, 24.06.2020
I have never listened to these above conversation level and all was great for about 18 months, then one monitor started with the lowest of rattles in the drive unit. Really disappointed considering the price they were and I'm left with a dilemma of trying to get replacement under warranty or simply to order a new drive unit for about £50. If I use the warranty I have to re-box and take to the post office then wait for an outcome and knowing Yamaha they may simply say I damaged the speaker with extreme volume and then I face a bill to have them mended or face a bill to have them returned !!!!! Clearly the warranty isn't worth trying to use as either way its likely to cost me the same price as replacing the drive unit myself. Time to search google for that new drive unit I think.
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