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Yamaha NS-333 Speakers
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Two Way Bass Reflex Bookshelf Speaker System. Yamaha's NS-333 speaker system has been designed specifically for home theater applications. The bookshelf speaker is a bass-reflex design that can be used for main or surround channels and incorporates a 5" Polymer-Injected Mica Diaphragm (PMD) cone woofer and a 1” aluminum dome tweeter.
These bookshelf speakers deliver superb sound thanks to quality engineering, including Monster Cable internal wiring and Yamaha's waveguide horn. The NS333 speakers are magnetically shielded and feature gold-plated binding post terminals.
The EF series speakers are enclosed in an Elliptical Form cabinet with a high gloss black piano finish, which provides solid construction with minimal sound diffraction. Featuring a new grill design and grill cloth provide an attractive and acoustically transparent protective cover for the drivers.
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