Monitors - the only part of your Studio that you actually hear! You wouldn't try to paint a picture with tinted sunglasses on, so if you're still using a Hi-Fi system or - even worse - headphones to record, play back and mix your work, isn't it time to invest in a high-quality monitoring system for your Studio?
Projecting Music with Accuracy
The most critical feature of a Studio Monitor is its accuracy, and whereas home Hi-Fi Systems are designed to sound 'nice' by accentuating various frequencies, the ideal set of Monitors has a perfectly flat frequency response (i.e., all frequencies are reproduced at the same volume as each other).
As a result, the first time you set up monitors in your studio, you may find that everything sounds a lot harsher than you're used to - but as you get used to them, you'll appreciate that you're hearing the detailed and truthful sound of your mixes, enabling you to hear flaws and imbalances with ease. The improvement in your final mixes will soon make your investment invaluable and you'll wonder how you ever managed without before!