Features of Yamaha N-S777
The Yamaha NS-777 250W Floorstanding Speaker (Single, Black) is a 3-way floorstanding speaker. It has dual 8" woofers, a 5" midrange driver, and 1" Aluminium Dome tweeter. The system features a Highly Oriented Polyolefine design for improved transient response, higher power handling, and flatter frequency response. The speaker is magnetically shielded to allow placement near a TV without distorting the image. 3-Way Bass-Reflex Tower Speaker System. The EF (Elliptical Form) Series feature Waveguide horns, PMD (Polymer-injected Mica Diaphragm) woofers and highest quality internal Monster Cable wiring for total enjoyment of digital movie sound and music sources, plus elegant Yamaha traditional piano finish cabinets. High sensitivity and wide dynamic range for contemporary digital sources.Waveguide horn allows the sound field to be shaped and controlled for optimal spatial expression in home theater environments.PMD (Polymer-injected Mica Diaphragm) cone woofer combines high-performance materials and design for extreme accuracy.Highest quality internal Monster Cable wiring.High frequency response dome tweeter delivers clear, natural highs.Bi-wiring connectivity. Beautiful Yamaha piano finish with elegant elliptical form. Recommended Usage: Front Speakers, Type: 3-Way Bass Reflex Design, Woofers: Dual 8" PMD Cone, MidRange Driver: 5" Cone With Waveguide Horn, Tweeters: 1" Aluminum Dome With Waveguide Horn, Magnetic Shielding: Yes, Twin Bass Reflex Ports: Single Port, Gold-Plated Brass Extruded Terminals: Bi-Wiring Terminals, Frequency Response: 30 Hz - 35 kHz, Sensitivity: 89 dB/2.83 V/1 m, Input Power (Maximum / Nominal): 250W / 100W, Impedance: 6 Ohms, Product Dimensions (W x H x D): 10-7/8" x 43-5/16" x 15-3/8", Product Weight (lbs. each): 53.7. Yamaha. What can we say about the yamaha recievers? They are fabulous!!! Everyone knows that yamaha had built a great reputation based on their receivers. Many of us scream " Yamaha !!! " at those who use Denon, and Kenwood receivers. But since the time has evolved, so had the yamaha, with their new floor speaker, called.... " Yamaha NS-777 ". I will consider myself a speakerphile; the way the speakers look, sound and provide that nice pleasure to your ears, is something I cherish, value and enjoy! I believe that each speaker has it's own personality.