Gear For Your Music Recording Studio
Near Field Monitors
What’s wrong with using the speakers in your home system? Nothing, if you only use them to check your mixes after they’ve been made. For the mixing process itself, you will need proper monitors. Home speakers tend to flatter the sound with equalization settings hardwired in. Using monitors with flat frequency response will give you a more accurate sound to mix.
Monitors can be near-field for setups where you will be listening at close range, or far-field for larger spaces. They may be full range speakers, or have separate tweeter and woofer units. Choose the appropriate type for the room you have and pay attention to the sound quality specifications of frequency response and sensitivity, and power rating.
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Samson MediaOne BT4 Active Studio Monitors with Bluetooth(Restock)
Samsons MediaOne Active Studio Monitors are the ideal speakers for all your multimedia needs and feature the ability to connect to your smart phone, laptop or tablet via Bluetooth.
Yamaha HPH-MT5 Studio Monitor Headphones (Black)
Whether youre recording or mixing in the studio, doing live sound for an outdoor gig, or even checking tracks on the move, the MT5 headphones are a flexible monitoring solution for the professional user. MT Series studio monitor headphones delivers precision sound reproduction that meets the...
Samson MediaOne BT3 Active Studio Monitors with Bluetooth
From streaming music on your smartphone or tablet, to marathon gaming sessions, to binge watching your favorite vids on YouTube or Netflix, to tracking/editing/playback during music production, Samson Media One BT3 Monitors can do it all and all without missing a beat, thanks in no small part to...