Studio Monitors

Studio Monitor Speakers tend to be more robust than Hi-fi speakers as they need to deal with untreated sources, sudden spikes in volume and other high-pressure sounds.

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About Studio Monitors

Studio Monitor speakers are essential when mixing audio to a professional standard. They give a flat response and are designed to output an unbiased sound, so that the user can mix accurately and true to the recorded material. 

Subwoofers are speaker cabinets that are dedicated to reproducing low frequencies. They are sometimes used with nearfield speakers to compensate for the limitations sometimes found on smaller models of studio monitors.

Active and Passive are the main two types of speakers. Active speakers have internal amplifiers making them more portable than passive speakers. Passive speakers need an external amplifier to drive the speakers and are well suited for permanent installations. Many people prefer the control that passive speakers provide and the ability to mix and match these speakers with different amps.

Studio Monitor News

NAMM 2016: Alesis Announce New Elevate Studio Monitors

Alesis unveil the Elevate 4 and 5S speakers that deliver deep bass and ultra-smooth high frequency responses.... More »

NAMM 2016: iK Multimedia Debuts iLoud Micro Monitors

iK Multimedia create the smallest studio monitors on the planet!... More »

Numark Unveil LED Monitors That Pulsate to Music

Numark has has unveiled the N-Wave 580L DJ monitoring system with built-in LEDS capable of pulsating with music or cycling through the colour spectrum of red, blue or green as well as delivering impressive sound quality.... More »