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This versatile pair of Yamaha NS-333 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers can function either as front or surround speakers in your home theater setup. Its 5″ PMD cone woofer and 1″ aluminum dome tweeter set a sound stage that achieves impressive efficiency and dynamic range in any size space. Whether the listening occasion calls for a symphony orchestra or battlefield drama, the NS-333 can summon either with equal conviction in any two-channel or multi-channel audio system.
Two-Way Bass Reflex Bookshelf Speaker System
Yamaha’s NS-333 speaker system has been designed specifically for home theater applications. The bookshelf speaker is a bass-reflex design that can be used for main or surround channels and incorporates a 5″ polymer-injected mica diaphragm (PMD) cone woofer and a 1″ aluminum dome tweeter. For improved imaging, the tweeter utilizes Yamaha’s exclusive waveguide horn.
Unlike most homes, movie theaters use sound absorbing materials on walls and ceilings. The result is that the sound reaching your ears is the sound wave produced by the speakers rather than reflected off the walls. Yamaha has created waveguides that greatly reduce reflected sound and increase the proportion of directly generated sound waves reaching your ears. The result is a clear and precise sense of sound direction and placement.
Internally Wired with Monster Cable
Yamaha has chosen to ensure optimum sound quality by internally wiring some of the components with Monster Cable. This ensures a clean, clear signal from the crossover network to the speaker driver.
The speakers are magnetically shielded, so they can be placed on a TV or video monitor without degrading the picture via stray magnetic fields.
Performance Enhanced by a Handsome Cabinet
The speakers are enclosed in an elliptical form cabinet with a high-gloss piano black finish, which provides solid construction with minimal sound diffraction.
New Grille Design
New grille design and grille cloth provide an attractive and acoustically transparent protective cover for the drivers.