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Yamaha RH10MS S-LOGIC SURROUND SOUND STUDIO HEADPHONES
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Yamaha RH10MS S-Logic Surround Sound Headphones carry on a Yamaha audio tradition. These studio monitors have been the industry standard for their si...Click To Read More About This Product
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Yamaha RH10MS S-Logic Surround Sound Headphones carry on a Yamaha audio tradition. These studio monitors have been the industry standard for their signature sound, accuracy, and classic silhouette for over two decades. Yamaha's S-Logic studio headphones are built to carry on that legacy.
What is S-Logic?
S-Logic takes advantage of the natural acoustics of the listener's ear by sending sound around the listener's head and off the surface of the ear canal. This delivers a more spacious sound stage without relying on tricks like artificial echo or digital processing, ensuring the monitor's accuracy.
- S-logic 3-Dimensional Surround Sound
- Ergonomic design for extended wear
- Accurate reproduction of digital music
- White plating on the outer cuffs is reminiscent of Yamaha's signature white-cone studio monitors
- 1/8" plug with 1/4" adaptor included
- Velour storage pouch included
- Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 Ohms
- Sensitivity: 96 db
- Drivers: 40mm Neodymium Mylar driver
- Weight: 265 grams excluding cord
- Cord length: 3 meters (9' 10")
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I've had the Sony MDR-7506 as well as the Audio Technica ATH-M40fs, both for about 8+ years. And have served me well. As I'm just a hobbyist i thot maybe i was missing something and decided to try something new. Ah, not really missing anything to my ears. It sounds VERY SIMILAR to the Sony 7506, which seems very smooth and flat freq response 20 - 20k. More bass and highs come out than compared to the AT. Gives more stereo depth to me. This Yamaha sounds very, very similar to the Sony, both to me and my wife. ( I played the same music to her on all 3 phones and she heard the same things i did.) However the Sony has a nice coiled cable and feels more comfy on my ears than the Yamaha. Even the AT has a nicer quality straight cable than the Yamaha. Seems Yamaha skimped a bit on the quality of the cable. Length is fine, tho. I'm keeping it in my arsenal just the same.
Recording with a Yamaha MOTIF ES,and putting all these incredible sounds together, and mixing into anAW16G recorder (Yamaha), I felt something was missing as I did the final mixdowns...well yeah, what was missing was the quality of sound that I was receiving thru budget headphones,(I'll spare you the brand..my fault for that old "that's good enough" state of mind. IF YOU ALSO are in this predicament..come on up to the RH10MS...all I need now, and will ever need...and I bought these based upon owning Yamaha gear, and the current product reviews...why did I wait so long!!! BIG thanks to this site for the best service in the world, as well as the best products!
They sound great! The Yamaha RH10MS headphones sound natural and have a natural frequency response. The S-Logic makes your music sound like you're in a room with studio speakers sitting right in front of you. The ear cups fit comfortably over your ears and they block out most of the background sound. I would recommend them to anyone with the interest in listening to their music in high quality.
I am a Pro Studio and Live Engineer who has worked with National Artist for 20 years. I have worked with most all brands of gear on the planet. I went to audition the new Yamaha HS80M monitors, (which I love and replaced my NS10M Studio monitors with them!), when I found these headphones. As a Pro Engineer, I have to have the truest representation of the stereo mix, and not only are these fantastic and truer than any headphone I've ever heard, but the natural S-Logic in them gives you a feeling that the speakers are 60 degrees apart from each other, rather than strapped to your head. This gives you a very true, accurate representation of how your mix will sound coming out of your monitors in your studio, or how it sounds coming out of a live PA! They are perfect paired with our Midas XL8 in a live setting as well.These are absolutely the same sound as the HS80M monitors, (Fantastic! Much better than my now retired NS10M Studio monitors) Other headphones have falsely inflated low end, or are too crisp, these are neither. They are accurate and true, and my studio now uses 7 pairs of these, and nothing else! If your monitors don't accurately sound like these headphones, than you have poor monitors and need to invest in a better quality system. For all of you engineers just starting out up to the seasoned veterans, there are no better headphones out there! Bravo Yamaha.
I just opened these up a few hours ago and have been testing them on various styles/genres of music as well as some of my own current projects (they already sound better being mixed using these headphones). One of the more impressive things about these headphones is the accurate representation across the entire EQ spectrum. Some comparable headphones that I've used have been way too woofy or bassy...not the case with these. My only problem with them so far is the length of the cord (way long, but sturdy), but I'm almost positive that I'll be in a situation later down the road in which I'll be glad for the extra length. Certainly worth more than what I payed for them. You won't be disappointed.