Yamaha NS-SW700 Klavierlack schwarz


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Produktinformationen "Yamaha NS-SW700 Klavierlack schwarz"

The NS-SW700 subwoofer meets the challenge of providing an ideal balance between tight sounds (with crisp, fast attack) and deep sounds (with a spacious feeling). Although these two types of sounds, by definition, tend to oppose each other, this subwoofer is capable of accurately rendering the tone intervals of all kinds of sounds, so the music is ideally balanced. Finally, the enjoyment derived from the NS-SW700 is not restricted to your ears — with it's impressive power it lets you feel the music, too

 

  • 25cm (10”) 300W subwoofer with Advanced YST II and QD-Bass technology
  • Linear Port enhances bass while minimising extraneous noise
  • BASS (Bass Action Selector System)

 

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Ideally Balanced Sound

The NS-SW700 subwoofer meets the challenge of providing an ideal balance between tight sounds (with crisp, fast attack) and deep sounds (with a spacious feeling). Although these two types of sounds, by definition, tend to oppose each other, this subwoofer is capable of accurately rendering the tone intervals of all kinds of sounds, so the music is ideally balanced.
Finally, the enjoyment derived from the NS-SW700 is not restricted to your ears — with it's impressive power it lets you feel the music, too.

PWM Digital Drive High Efficiency Amplifier

The NS-SW700 subwoofer delivers high power outputs at deep bass levels, with excellent stability and low power consumption, even with their compact cabinets. This is made possible by a power amplifier that delivers stable power output with high efficiency while minimising power consumption and heat production.  It does not require an output filter coil, resulting in extremely low noise and distortion. High speed transient response is also excellent.

Advanced YST II for Awesome Deep Bass

Yamaha's Advanced YST II (Yamaha Active Servo Technology II) uses Advanced Negative Impedance Converter (ANIC) circuits to maintain excellent linearity.  This means more stable and accurate low range response and higher sound pressure levels, for more natural and energetic bass reproduction.

QD-Bass Technology Allows Free Placement

QD-Bass (Quatre Dispersion Bass) technology uses down-firing drivers with square, pyramid-shaped reflective plates to radiate the sound efficiently in four horizontal directions. It provides extraordinary power and smooth frequency response from an extremely compact unit. It also allows greater freedom of placement, since the sound radiates with equal effectiveness in all directions.

Linear Port

The Linear Port provides smooth bass response while minimising extraneous noise.

BASS

The BASS (Bass Action Selector System) function lets you switch between Movie and Music modes, providing the optimum frequency response in each case.

Hersteller-Beschreibung "Yamaha"

Die Yamaha Corporation wurde am 1. Oktober 1887 nach einer Umbenennung der Vorgängerfirma Nippon Gakki Company Limited offiziell gegründet. Unser Firmenname "Yamaha" hat seinen Ursprung in dem Namen des Gründers, Torakusu Yamaha, (20. April 1851 – 8. August 1916). 

Torakusu Yamaha wurde als dritter Sohn des Astromonen Kounosuke Yamaha in der Kishu-Region (heute Wakayama-Präfektur) geboren. Durch das Spiel mit den Instrumenten und Werkzeugen des Vaters war Torakusu schon früh an Mechanik und Maschinen interessiert. Sein Talent und seine Fingerfertigkeit nutzend, begann er ein Uhrmacherstudium in Nagasaki. Während dieser Studienzeit, begann er sich auch für Apparate im medizinischen Bereich zu interessieren, was ihn 1884 dazu führte, Krankenhäuser in Hamamatsu zu besuchen und defekte medizinische Anlagen zu reparieren. 1887 konnte Torakusu erfolgreich eine Orgel in der Jinjo-Grundschule in Hamamatsu reparieren (heute Motoshiro-Grundschule) und gründete daraufhin 1889 die Firma Yamaha Organ Works.

Am 1. Oktober 1897 dann wurde die Firma Nippon Gakki Company Limited gegründet, der er als erster Präsident vorstand.