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Old 21st July 2019
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Originally Posted by n0tu View Post
What inspires your thinking, respectively, which piece of information makes you think that?
Other than my fairly accurate memory of that time period, where I specifically remembered the NS10M Studio's were still being manufactured and sold for many years after I bought mine in '92?

Well, here>

"Yamaha responded to this tissue-paper phenomenon by redesigning the crossover and tweeter to give a smoother treble response. At the same time the company altered the front-baffle logo so that it was legible when the speaker was placed horizontally, the generally preferred method of use. This tweaked design, known as the NS-10M (M for monitor), was marketed as a professional studio monitor and remained in production until 2001."