The NS-777 3-way floorstanding speaker, with dual 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midrange driver and 1-inch aluminum Dome tweeter, features Highly Oriented Polyolefine design for improved transient response, higher power handling and flatter frequency response. Magnetically shielded to allow placement near a TV without distorting the image.
The Yamaha NS-777 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Movie enthusiast among others.
Reviewed by 4 customers
An amazing set of speakers for music or movies even to upgrade the look of your livingroom with the stunning piano black finish!They are solid and with detailed sound that will satisfy any taste!
My first experience with Yamaha speakers began in 1997 with my first set of bookshelf speakers which I still have today. After that I had to continue my experience with Yamaha speakers. In 2008 I purchased a set of NS-777 performance speakers from then on nothing else would do. Today I have finish my home theater with the purchase of two NS-333 for speaker #6 & 7 my performances series is complete. The NS-777 are the best speakers I have heard. The range of these speakers are perfect they are not to high or bright, like other speakers I've heard that try to push the high frequency past a comfortable levels. The low frequencies match perfectly, mid bass to low bass to subsonic bass from the subwoofers seamless. If anything were to happen to the speakers I would replace them with the same series no questions asked. Thank you for the best speakers I've ever had.
Ns-777's powered by a Yamaha htr-6130 receiver, combined (for the time bring) with a Polk cs1 center, and a Yamaha 10" powered sub. In a mid sized room, ~10x15 or so, open door ways and hall down rear wall. Looks! They have it! Slick and refined. I am currently showing them off coverless, but either way they look great! A semi-con would be the install of the feet, the screws are a bit of a fight to get in and tight. The holes are a bit small and too snug for the screws, but will go in. This is a semi-con as it makes sense, to prevent back out and/ or rattles. The speakers are larger than I had expected, not a problem, just surprised. Be sure to get a tape measure out and estimate your situation if space is a constraint. These speakers are very well capable of a wide range. They can nearly cover the range of my sub. I listen to anything from classical, to electronica, and much in between! Movies with good depth of sound are well reproduced, first test was with Star Trek (new movie), as I knew it sometimes gave my sub a good workout! Speech is clear, and background sounds.... sound as they should, in the background. My highs are crisp and clear, although I am mismatched, being the towers are metal tweeters, and my Polk center is silk. Regardless, I have constantly enjoyed these speakers, and all my Yamaha products, and will be purchasing a ns-444 center to complete my front section!
Seeing these physically in front of me, for the first time, and noticing the smooth polished design that was implicated and brought over from the yamaha grand piano, made me jump inside from all of the excitement. I was taken aback of how attractive and expensive these speakers looked on the exterior. Keeping the grills on or off made no difference, either way it was a gazing magnet. However, I was very curious about the sound it produced also. As soon as I hooked them up, I ran a few different genres through these speakers, and must say that at first I was a bit dissapointed. I had them cranked up to the max, and was a bit surprised, because some songs went well while others distorted. But then again, i realized; It all depends where you got your music from. After a little while of using these, I decided to do some more research on these speakers. Digging through out reviews and forums on yamaha, i got to the point. Yamaha produces speakers which provide what you put in. If you listen to low quality bitrate music or a song that was harshly recorded, that is exactly what you are going to hear from these speakers. I will consider myself an audiophile, since I enjoy taking in the different styles of music that comes out in the world. As I sat in the chair next to these speakers, that were hooked up in front of me, i closed my eyes and listened intently to every note and every sound coming out of these yamaha's. I understood how well these speakers were made. You can hear how each frequency is pleasantly being accommodated, without having any drop outs. I've listened to Enya, Andrea Bocelli, Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Kate Havnevik, some hip hop and dance music. Everything sounded great!!! With the movies these speakers are also great!!! Yes, I know that these are not comparable to B&W, Klipsch or Polk, but I believe that each speaker has it's own personality. No Speaker is the same, each and every one of them is different.