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    Finally got my new interface and monitors in the mail today, the RME FireFace 800 I had was beginning to show its age and it kept crashing my computer.
    So I had to get something fresh, Steinberg UR22C interface and Yamaha HS5 monitors


    #2
    Hell yeah man! Those HS5s are awesome!

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      #3
      Originally posted by Chris View Post
      Hell yeah man! Those HS5s are awesome!
      Yeah! I'm really surprised they were this good. Thought I might need a sub to go along with them, but they have a decent amount. And the stereo imaging is stellar

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        #4
        Welcome to Yamaha-land.

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          #5
          Nice! Congrats!
          Don't expect much, it's not like I'm a Rocket Surgeon...

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            #6
            Very nice.
            "Slow Hand"

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              #7
              Hell yeah!

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                #8
                Nice! Those Yamahas were a good call!

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                  #9
                  Man, I was considering some new monitors this year, but I'm so used to the HS-5's at this point that I'm really scared about switching. They're killer! I had to add a sub to mine because they weren't covering the low end enough, so I just found a way to redneck-engineer it into my setup. It's just a home entertainment sub from a 5.1 system, it's at least a Yamaha hahahah, but it does enough so I can hear what's going on in the low end.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by RevDrucifer View Post
                    Man, I was considering some new monitors this year, but I'm so used to the HS-5's at this point that I'm really scared about switching. They're killer! I had to add a sub to mine because they weren't covering the low end enough, so I just found a way to redneck-engineer it into my setup. It's just a home entertainment sub from a 5.1 system, it's at least a Yamaha hahahah, but it does enough so I can hear what's going on in the low end.
                    I'm going to get the matching sub I think. For now I have my Klipsch SW311 kinda mangled into the system, but that's going to be moved into the living room to help my KEF R3's

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