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The culmination of the accrued sound reinforcement, acoustics, and signal processing technology expertise—particularly with the introduction of our Dante-enabled models—DZR represents the first fully-integrated, smart/editable speaker range of Yamaha professional, powered loudspeakers.
The DZR15 is a 2-way bi-amped powered loudspeaker that offers superb clarity at an impressive maximum SPL of 139dB. With best-in-class SPL performance, sophisticated DSP processing, and unrivaled low-frequency sound reproduction, the DZR15 realizes a truly professional sound delivered with a level of power that belies its compact, lightweight design
I researched these speakers and couldn’t find any useful information anywhere on the net. I asked my salesman (Nate) whom I go back with for many years, and asked the simple question, “how do they really sound”. He said great and they are a step up from what I had but won’t mention the popular brand as I would never bash a great brand but these are clearly superior in sound quality. Volume- they are loud and clear, you don’t miss any notes from the lowest frequencies (33hz), mids to the extreme highs. They crank out some serious sound and it’s not distorted or harsh when pushed hard. For this price point, I wouldn’t consider any other speaker for mobile DJ use. Like they say, you get what you pay for.
I haven’t used Yamaha speakers since I was a teen growing up in NYC. A local Mobile DJ who uses to play in the parks had Yamaha speakers and I thought they were a must have back then. Many years later I tried various brands and here I am today back to my roots. I didn’t do a demo and just purchased based on a hunch I had these would be an upgraded to an already decent setup I had with my QSC K12.2 setup. I won’t do a comparison but I will say the Yamaha boxes have a tight bass lower bass frequency and flat overall voice/mid range response which is great for those playing in live bands and doing voice. For DJs, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the nice low end you get without having to need a sub for small events with around 100 - 150 people in the audience. I haven’t messed with all of the internal EQ settings yet, I have mine set on Main/Front of the house and using them full range and I’m content. There is literally zero amplifier noise noticeable and they sound amazing. They are worth spending a few hundred dollars more for than choosing their supposed competitors, just being real as you need to hear the truth. You get what you pay for. Thanks Nate...