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Yamaha YSTM40


$30.00 Released January, 2002

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of fairly loud volume for desktop speakers. Volume knob is large and precise. Has a subwoofer output jack for later expansion.

The Cons:A bit big and bulky for desktop speakers. Bass is a bit shallow and misses the deepest range.

 The Yamaha YSTM49 is a 24-watt powered multimedia speaker released in 2002.  It comes with two satellites with 12-watts a piece.  One of the satellites has a volume knob as well as a headphone output to allow the speakers to drive the headphones capabilities better than most sound cards could do on their own.

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 That same satellite has bass and treble controls as well.  Both speakers have magnetic shielding to prevent any damage to a computer or monitor nearby.  There is a subwoofer output jack so that the system can be expanded for a deeper and more vibrant sound.  The input sensitivity is 200mV with 1kHz and 4 ohms at 12 watts.  The drivers are 3.8" cones made of spruce for a full-range sound.  The weight is 7.3 lbs and the dimensions are 9.9"(w) x 13.1"(h) x 8.5"(d).  

Features

  • 24 watts total power
  • 12 watts per satellite
  • Frequency response: 70 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Input Sensitivity: 200mV (1kHz, 4 ohms at 12 watts)
  • 3.5" (8cm cone), spruce full-range driver
  • Dimensions: 9.9"(w) x 13.1"(h) x 8.5"(d)
  • Weight: 7.3 lbs
  • Magnetic shielding
  • Headphone output jack
  • Subwoofer output jack

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    capable of fairly loud volume for desktop speakers

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    volume knob is large and precise

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    has a subwoofer output jack for later expansion

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    headphone output jack is convenient and cuts down on the tangle of wires

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    clarity and detail in the audio is reasonably good

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    buttons feel solid and are easy to work with

Cons
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    a bit big and bulky for desktop speakers

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    bass is a bit shallow and misses the deepest range

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