A pair of HS5 monitors. Beginning with the legendary NS-10M, and continuing with the MSP and previous HS Series, this new lineup shares a design philosophy that emphasizes sonic purity without any coloring or alternation of the original sound. While many manufacturers seek to enhance the sound of their monitors to make them sound impressive, Yamaha studio monitors are designed to achieve the best possible mix by ensuring that the sound from your speakers is true to the original. HS Series nearfield reference monitors are the embodiment of this philosophy, delivering a concise sound image, high resolution, and flat response.
The Behringer 1C Studio Monitor; not going to lie, they sound terrible and I wouldn’t ask for them to be any other way. Below is Behringer’s take, which is a little more coated in praise.
” 2-way Behringer 1C Monitors merge stunningly accurate sound reproduction with neo-classic design. They are an ideal choice for fixed speaker installations, such as stereo and surround applications, home recording studios, restaurants, or audio and video production suites.”