Yamaha are no strangers when it comes to monitors and this year they’ve expanded their range with the release of the MSP3A. Yamaha have designed this compact reference monitor to work across multiple situations from small studio and post production set ups to classrooms and cafes.
The MSP3A has XLR, TRS and RCA inputs making it compatible with both consumer and professional equipment. There is a high and low EQ control to shape the sound and Yamaha mention the MSP3A’s unique twisted flare port give it a ‘clear, tight and realistic bass response’. That being said the frequency response of these monitors bottoms out at 67 Hz so don’t expect any earth-shattering bass to be produced by them.
Another feature that runs in line with theme of ‘versatility’ that the MSP3A’s design focuses on is the multiple mounting options available. There are 6 different mounting brackets available which allow the MSP3A to be mounted on ceilings, walls and even microphone stands. This is a pretty handy feature sure to increase the usability of the MSP3A monitors.