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  1. Fostex PM0.3H Active Studio Monitors (White)
    Your Price $159.99
  2. Avantone AV10 MHF High Frequency Driver
    Your Price $119.0
  3. Avantone Pro Passive MixCube (Pair)
    Your Price $299.0
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    Behringer NEKKST K8 Audiophile Bi-Amped 8" Studio Monitor
    Your Price $139.99 Was:  $199.99
  5. Fluid Audio Classic Series C5 5" Powered Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $189.99
  6. Fluid Audio Classic Series C5 5" Powered Studio Monitor - White (Pair)
    Your Price $189.99
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    Behringer TRUTH B1031A 8" Active Studio Monitor
    Your Price $169.99 Was:  $199.99
  8. Pioneer DM-40BT Desktop Monitors
    Your Price $199.0
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    Behringer MS16 Active Personal Monitor System
    Your Price $79.99
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    Behringer TRUTH B1030A Active Monitor (Single)
    Your Price $119.99 Was:  $149.99
  11. Tannoy Reveal 502
    Your Price $199.99
    Open Box:
    $175.99
  12. Denon DN-303S 3" Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $99.0
  13. Behringer 1C Studio Monitor Speakers Pair
    Your Price $79.99
    Open Box:
    $70.39
  14. KRK V4 4in Active Studio Monitor with Kevlar Drivers
    Your Price $399.0
  15. Drawmer CMC2 Compact Monitor Controller
    Your Price $299.0
  16. Mackie MR624 6.5" Powered Studio Monitor
    Your Price $199.99
    Open Box:
    $175.99
  17. FOCAL Shape 65 Powered Studio Monitor
    Your Price $899.0
  18. Alesis M1 Active MKIII
    Your Price $99.0
  19. Palmer Audio Monicon L Passive Monitor Controller
    Your Price $269.99
  20. Palmer Audio Monicon Passive Monitor Controller
    Your Price $99.99
  21. Neumann KH 80 Active DSP Powered Studio Monitor
    Your Price $499.0
  22. JBL 705P 7 Series 5" Bi-Amplified Master Reference Monitor
    Your Price $999.0
  23. HEDD Type 7 Studio Monitor, 7" woofer, 2x100W
    Your Price $849.0
  24. Dynaudio Acoustics LYD-7 Personal Reference Monitors
    Your Price $669.0
    Open Box:
    $588.72
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    Behringer TRUTH B2030A Active Monitor (Single)
    Your Price $129.99 Was:  $149.99
    Open Box:
    $114.39
  26. Denon DN-304S 4" Studio Monitor Pair
    Your Price $129.0
  27. Ocean Way Audio Pro2A Speaker
    Your Price $1,749.0
  28. Fluid Audio F5 5" Active Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $299.99
  29. Fluid Audio C5BT 5" Bluetooth Studio Monitor (Pair)
    Your Price $259.99
  30. Genelec 8040B Bi-Amplified Monitor System (Each)
    Your Price $1,175.0
    Open Box:
    $824.99
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When is a speaker not just a speaker? When it's a studio monitor. To the average person, there might not seem to be much difference, but music professionals know better. When you're working in the studio, you need to be able to hear your sound with complete clarity to make sure the recording will sound great even on high-fi audio systems. Studio monitors are designed for that purpose—when every note is crucial and every vocal has to be just right, you need a playback system that reproduces every nuance of the sound. Studio monitors come in two varieties: powered (or active) and unpowered (passive). When making your decision, it's important to know the difference.

Powered monitors have an onboard amplifier, which enables them to perform simply by being plugged in to a power outlet and an audio source. That makes powered monitors easy to set up, so they're a good choice for a hobby studio or for audiophiles looking to get the best sound quality they can when listening to their favorite tunes.

Unpowered monitors, on the other hand, need an external amplifier to work. If you're a discerning pro, you might prefer unpowered monitors for the ability to use the same amp head in the studio that you use onstage. An unpowered studio monitor also helps to minimize interference and buzz, since there are no electrical power components in the monitor's cabinet itself. Whichever type of monitor sounds best for you, make sure to take size and power into account. If your studio is small, a compact pair of monitors should do the trick. If you're working with a bigger soundstage, or shopping for monitors to use as home stereo speakers, you'll probably want to go larger. Another thing to keep in mind is where on the spectrum your music sits.

If you have a lot of low-end frequencies in your sound, go for monitors with bigger woofers to make sure they deliver the punchiest bass. Finally, since some monitors are sold individually and others are sold in a pair, make sure you're picking up two for a stereo setup. A good studio monitor isn't limited to just the studio—you can use it anywhere you want high-quality playback, whether that's for recreational listening at home or professional sound booth use. Powerful enough monitors can even stand in for a speaker stack in smaller venues. However you plan to put them to use, your monitors are as personal a choice as your mixing gear, controllers and instruments, so finding the best ones to suit your needs is just as crucial.

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