The Design Is Innovative, the Sound Is Dynamic, Vivid and “Live”
NS-700 speakers deliver sound that is so dynamic and vivid, it seems live. One of the main reasons for this is the nonparallel design of the cabinets. In designing them, the Yamaha speaker team aimed to maximise sound clarity and imaging, while minimising internal standing waves. They succeeded with a rounded top panel that helps to reduce vertical standing waves, and a trapezoidal shape that serves to reduce the horizontal ones. The result is a very natural, expansive sound, making the NS-700 speakers excellent for both multi-channel music of any genre and home theatre use.
Aluminium Dome, DC-Diaphragm™ Tweeter
The high-performance 3cm (1-1/8”) tweeter features a dome made of aluminium, with Yamaha’s DC-Diaphragm that integrates the diaphragm and voice coil. It is extremely light yet durable, and transmits large amounts of sound information (highly detailed sound) for a denser sound field. As a result, this tweeter delivers highs that are crisp and clear at all power levels.
Vertical and Slanted Partitions
The internal construction also draws on Soavo design techniques. The woofer and midrange sections are divided by a slanted partition and vertical laddertype bracing is placed in the centre, both of which enhance cabinet rigidity to prevent unwanted vibrations.
Three-Way Mitered-Joint Construction for a Rigid Body
Yamaha’s excellence in woodworking is used to good advantage in the three way mitered construction of the cabinet joints. This technique ensures extremely tight joints so the entire cabinet behaves as a single unit, providing tight bass reproduction.
The NS-F700 floorstanding speakers come with stands designed to prevent tipping, which also have a high quality finish that nicely complements the speaker's elegant design.
Available in Piano Black Finish or Brown Open Pore Finish
Cabinets feature a luxurious, environmentally friendly open-pore finish.
The Piano Black Finish is made with the same materials, and using the same application process, as is used on Yamaha's finest