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Yamaha NS-AW350W All-Weather Indoor/Outdoor 2-Way Speakers - White (Pair)
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- High Quality, Durable WIDE FREQ RESP,6.5 HIGH
- Portable Design
- Energy Star Certified
- One pair of 2-way indoor/outdoor speakers
- Acoustic-suspension design for clear sound and taut, controlled bass response
- 130 watts maximum power capacity, 40 watts nominal
- 6.5-inch high-compliance, polypropylene, mica-filled woofer and 1-inch PEI dome tweeter; magnetically shielded and water resistant
- Each speaker measures 7.125” x 13.5” x 8.1875” (W x H x D)
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- Brand Name: Yamaha
- Model Number: NSAW350W
- Color: White
- Speaker Type: Outdoor; Wall-Mount
- Speaker Amplification Type: Passive
High Quality, Durable SPEAKER SYS,ALL WEATHER
Now you can groove to your favorite tunes, rain or shine. Yamaha's NS-AW350W bookshelf speakers are perfect for deck or porch placement, delivering punchy bass and even, extended treble in just about any desired location. You can bring them in during the cold months and set them up indoors, too: their high build quality and good sound lend them equally well to two-channel indoor listening.
The speakers, which are sold as a pair, each use a 6.5-inch high-compliance, polypropylene, mica-filled woofer and 1-inch PEI dome tweeter. The drivers are optimized for high rigidity but low mass, giving them high sensitivity (87 dB with 2.83V at 1 meter), another way of saying they're easily driven by modest amplifiers. Their acoustic-suspension cabinets are sealed to prevent undue resonance or tubby, tuneless bass, which often results from low-cost ported designs.
With a nominal impedance of 6 ohms, the speakers will work nicely with amplifiers up to 40 watts per channel, nominal, or 130 watts, peak power. They boast a frequency response of 55 to 40,000 Hz (+/-3 dB), giving you reasonably full bass for their size and unusually extended high-frequency response for your most demanding digital media.
The speakers are magnetically shielded, so you can place them on or near a TV or video monitor without fear of picture degradation from their magnetic fields. Five-way binding posts simplify connection with several different terminations of speaker cable (including banana plugs).
While you wouldn't want to leave the speakers exposed on, say, the deck of a boat, they are water resistant and designed to withstand light wind and rain--a benefit of their sealed enclosures and rugged metal grilles. The speakers come with mounting bases and brackets.
What's in the Box
Two speakers, speaker bases, mounting brackets, a warranty card, and a user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
I placed them on my cement wall with Tapcon screws and ran the $5 audio wire (Anazon Basics) 50 ft. Through my attic to my closet which is where I have my amp.
It is water resistant and can handle rain pretty well (Pic Insert). Don't think twice, I already spent many hours doing my research and came to the conclusion of buying these and now my neighbors love chilling in my backyard because the sound out of these give off the right atmosphere and lounge feeling.
My only recommendation is a Bluetooth adapter that I shall add to this review soon.
I wouldn't waste my money of the AW150Ws. Get these for the few extra dollars. These should be twice the price of the 150s.
Yes the grills did fall off after the first hot day. I pushed them back on and they haven't fallen off again.
I am thinking about purchasing some type of cover for them. I think a backpack rain fly might just do the trick. We tested it out with one that was a little too large.
Be aware of the size as they are a little bigger than I assumed without looking at the specs.
First let me start by saying that you will NOT find a better sounding speaker for the price of these Yamaha 350Ws. I don't like the 5-star method of reviewing products unless it is in a specific category, so the only fair way to review products is based on what they are and not the price they cost. With that said, I had these speakers set up in my listening area and compared them to my current indoor setup.
The speakers were connected to my 10 year old Marantz SR-8100 and I played a wide variety of music. These speakers actually sounded almost as good as my Wharfedale Diamond towers. The highs are crisp, the mids are clear, the lows are good and the vocals come across almost lifelike. These sound like decent indoor speakers. They obviously can't compete with higher end speakers and the bass isn't all that powerful, but I can honestly say that I thoroughly enjoy listening to these speakers.
The reason I did not give this wonderful speaker a five star rating is twofold. First is the fact that they are not the best sounding outdoor speakers I have heard, and second is due to the fastening of the grille. These speakers, when mounted slightly downwards have a tendency to lose their grilles.
Another speaker that I compared these to is the OSD AP670. In a side by side comparison to the similarly priced AP670, it was no comparison. While the OSD had better bass performance, the sound from the Yamaha was much more balanced and full. The OSD sounded like a boombox from the 80's next to the Yamaha.
In conclusion, If you enjoy listening to music outdoors and you want to hear the full musical spectrum down to about 60hz, this is a winning speaker. If you are want a lot of deep bass, I would recommend a subwoofer or spending a lot more money on outdoor speakers. I love my Yamaha 350W speakers and they are well worth the price.