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Soundscape in Baltimore sold them as their "entry level" ca. 1977. They were, if memory serves, about $95 a piece.
I thought they sounded very good -- a quality I would not ascribe to most of the loudspeakers Yamaha sold (at least in the US market in the 1970s).
Probably more important what YOU think of them, though :-)
all the best,
Going to be testing them out before I decide if I plan to keep them with several Yamaha Receivers I have! I am not obligated to them but were given on loan by a friend who was thinking about selling them as he has way too many speakers!Hopefully I will be able to do that Tonight!
Picked up a pair of NS-670's locally and cleaned them up and upgraded the binding posts. No need to mess with the crossovers, they almost never fail. Very engaging for what they are, hooked up to my Marantz 2270. Excellent build quality from Yamaha. Yamaha Engineering basically had a blank corporate check when they developed the NS series in the mid 70's.
I'm sure the entry level NS-4's are decent too.
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