PERFECTLY UNIFIED TONE
Delivering the sounds of musical instruments as they are. As a world-renowned musical instrument brand, Yamaha is relentlessly committed to this mission. In order to make this quest a reality, we created flagship speakers under the design concept of having consistent tone color throughout the entire frequency spectrum and applied unique technology to achieve it. For each and every one of its speaker units, the NS-2000A employs the newly developed Harmonious Diaphragm™ – made from a blend of ZYLON®, which has excellent sound velocity and optimal internal dissipation, and spruce, which is actually used in the soundboard of Yamaha grand pianos and is essential for emanating sound. This ensures accurate, faithful tonal expression throughout the entire audio spectrum, making the harmonies of the sound stand out and the music richer and more beautiful.
TOTAL MUSIC REPRODUCTION
Yamaha’s patented R.S. (Resonance Suppression) chambers are mounted on the back of the tweeter and midrange units in order to faithfully express even the finest nuances of musical instruments and voices. Two specially shaped tubes that cancel unwanted tube resonance generated behind the diaphragm, without relying on conventional sound-absorbing materials, reviving the natural sound and maintaining the minute musical nuances in the original source.
FAITHFUL MUSICAL PRESENCE
Conventional speakers use a large amount of sound-absorbing material to eliminate standing waves inside the cabinet. Unfortunately, doing so also removes much of the inherent freshness of the music. In the NS-2000A, we’ve employed our patented Acoustic Absorber resonator tube to eliminate standing waves, and yet minimize the amount of absorbing material, so that the original realism of music that tends to be lost by sound absorption is reproduced with full energy and dynamism.
HIGHLY MUSICAL VIBRATION CONTROL
The basis for producing excellent sound—determining what makes the enclosure sound and where to suppress vibration – is virtually identical whether making musical instruments or making speakers. The cabinet construction of the NS-2000A incorporates state-of-the-art speaker design technology that makes full use of laser vibrometers, used in musical instrument research and development, and sophisticated FEM (Finite Element Method) analysis. The cross piece of the cabinet has been optimally reinforced, ensuring solid low-frequency response, providing a secure, comfortable musical foundation, and expressing the vastness of the sound stage without anything being lost.