That's what we used to run them off at work but those were claimed by the head of sound. I was luck to get what was left when the place went under.Only one serious choice:
The magnifier glass effect was not so evident or pronounced for me. The MSP5s were used in a video edit suit but later moved in to a treated room identical to the room the NS-10s were set up in. I'm not saying they are rubbish. far from it. I put a bid in on those to, but the boss swiped them. I told him he was very naughty. But then he gave me some of his home made cider and the subject changed. The cunning bugger.Interesting you should say that, because Yamaha's HS range - which they tout as the official successors to the NS10 - are actually ported at the rear. Does that mean that in your opinion they've shot themselves in the foot?
They sound different, but the pronounced mid-range characteristic is still evident (if somewhat subdued in comparison).
You always know it's bullshit when somebody finishes their post with "...end of."
Or "Simple as that."
Do you listen back to your mixes, at home, at work, on other people's speakers, on big systems and think "Fucking hell, that's genius. Couldn't be better!"?
Yours, as per your question to me.