Front Panel and Speaker Housing
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The Yamaha NS-AW190BL speakers were released in June 2008 and is the "little brother" of the Yamaha NS-AW390. Specifications of these speakers include a frequency range of 65 Hz-40 kHz, a nominal input of 35 W, and maximum input of 120 W. These speakers come packaged with two safety wires, two mounting brackets, four large bracket screws, and two screws for your safety wire. When unpackaging, it is very important to never touch the woofer or tweeter units with direct contact or expose them to physical shock, this will cause the sound to be distorted.
The Yamaha NS-AW190BL sole purpose is to be mounted, provide great sound quality, and be weatherproof. However, Yamaha does mention to keep the speakers out of direct contact with rain or snow. Identify your speakers by locating the back of the speaker and searching for the serial number box just above where you would connect the wiring for the speaker.