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Why choose these over the YUMI's?
The Kanto Rep said: YUMI is a bit "warmer" sounding, more pronounced midrange and smoother high end. The YUMI's are a bit more realistic sounding when listening to live instruments due to its more accurate tweeters. YU5's work well as desktop / nearfield speakers since they have a more relaxed midrange whereas I think the YUMI's excel in a two-channel audio / home theatre situation. Other than that they have similar features with the YU5 getting louder due to it's higher power class-D amp.
And the Yumi is discontinued as of this year
Thanks for the reply, why would they discontinue awesome products, ugh.