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    Tannoy Reveal 402
    Your Price $99.99
  2. Mackie HR824mk2 Studio Monitor (2010)
    Your Price $699.99
  3. Avantone Pro Active MixCube (Pair)
    Your Price $479.00
  4. Dynaudio Acoustics LYD-5 Personal Reference Monitors
    Your Price $599.00
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  5. FOCAL Shape 50 Powered Studio Monitor
    Your Price $749.00
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  6. M-Audio Studiophile BX5a Deluxe Active Monitors
    Your Price $299.99
  7. Behringer MS20 Digital Monitor Speakers (Pair)
    Your Price $149.99
  8. Genelec 8030C Bi-Amplified Studio Monitor
    Your Price $695.00
  9. KRK Rokit Powered 4" Generation 3
    Your Price $139.50
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    KRK Rokit Powered 4" Generation (White)
    Your Price $139.00
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    Behringer MS40 Powered Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $179.99
  12. PreSonus R65 Active AMT Studio Monitor
    Your Price $399.95
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  13. Mackie HR624mk2 Studio Monitor 2010
    Your Price $499.99
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  14. PreSonus Eris E66 Active MTM Studio Monitor
    Your Price $349.95
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    Mackie CR4 4" Creative Reference Multimedia Monitors - Pair
    Your Price $149.99
  16. Alesis Elevate 3 MKII Powered Desktop Studio Speakers
    Your Price $99.00
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  17. Mackie CR4BT 4 in. Bluetooth Multimedia Monitors - Pair
    Your Price $169.99
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    Behringer STUDIO 50USB High-Resolution, 150-Watt Bi-Amped Reference Studio Monitors with USB Input
    Your Price $129.99 Was:  $149.99
  19. Behringer NEKKST K8 Audiophile Bi-Amped 8" Studio Monitor
    Your Price $139.99
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    Behringer TRUTH B2031A Active Monitor (Single)
    Your Price $179.99 Was:  $199.99
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    Tascam VL-S5 Powered Studio Monitor
    Your Price $149.99
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    Art RM5 Active 5" Studio Reference Monitors, Pair
    Your Price $499.00
  23. Genelec 8020D Studio Monitor
    Your Price $535.00
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    Sterling Audio MX5 5" Active Studio Monitor, Black
    Your Price $119.99
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    Sterling Audio MX3 3" Active Studio Monitor Pair, Black
    Your Price $99.99
  26. Fluid Audio C5BT 5" Bluetooth Studio Monitor - White (Pair)
    Your Price $259.99
  27. Fluid Audio C5BT 5" Bluetooth Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $259.99
  28. PreSonus Eris E44 Active MTM Studio Monitor
    Your Price $249.95
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    Sterling Audio MX8 8" Active Studio Monitor, Black
    Your Price $179.99
  30. Fluid Audio Classic Series C5 5" Powered Studio Monitor - White (Pair)
    Your Price $189.99
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You don't have to be a professional to appreciate that not all speakers are created equal. However, if you are a pro, or even just a hobbyist with high standards, nothing less than a proper high-end studio monitor is good enough for your recording setup. Monitors have a very important job: accurate reproduction of sound in situations where every note, each sample and every vocal are absolutely crucial. When you're recording, you need a speaker more precise than any you'll expect the sound to be played back on if you want to make sure it will sound right on every system.

What sets powered studio monitors apart from unpowered ones is that they have their own built-in amplifier. That means they don't need an amp head to power them—you can just plug a powered monitor directly into an electrical outlet, hook it up to an audio source, and you'll get sound. This ease of use makes powered monitors a great choice for studios just getting off the ground that don't have an amplifier head on hand. They're also perfect if you're an audiophile, providing the best sound quality with a home stereo system. Since the amplifier in a powered monitor is specifically designed for the speakers it shares its cabinet with, it also takes some of the guesswork out of putting together a studio setup. There are still a few things to think about, though. Mainly, you'll want to be sure the monitors are a good size for the application.

If you're working out of a very small studio, then you can get by with a compact set. If you're using them as stereo speakers or in a big studio space, then look at some larger monitors instead. It's also a smart idea to match the speaker configuration of the monitors with the type of music you'll be working with—for example, if you're recording hip-hop with deep, thumping bass, the ideal monitor will probably be one with a big woofer that can best handle those heavy low frequencies. No matter how you plan to use your powered monitors, from the studio to recreational listening to the sound booth, they're a choice as individual as the hardware and software you connect them to. Take your time when looking at the available choices, and look for the monitors that fit your space, your style and your budget.

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