Hello. So I'm a home-recording guy, and I've been mixing on my home theater/hi-fi system so far. However, in the last few weeks I've been feeling that the frequency response of the speakers isn't flat. In fact, I checked the FFT plot and heard my work on a range and I realized I was mostly right, and because of the nonflat frequency response I wasn't mixing my songs well. After I realized this, I've been using my Sennheiser monitors to cross-check every change I made in my mix. I feel that it's time I bought a pair of monitors. I live in India, but my budget would translate to $300(not more). Sadly, I am not mixing in a square or rectangular room, nor can I afford to get my room acoustically treated, so that is totally impossible. Now I have two questions: Is it a good idea for me to buy studio monitors? Even if I buy monitors, I live in India, and it's nearly impossible for me to audition monitors before buying. What do I do? Within that range, what monitors would be ideal for me? I mix my own songs, which are blues/jazz, prog rock, and classical. tl;dr The frequency response of my hifi system isn't flat, I think I need monitors, but I can't treat my room acoustically. My budget is upto $300. What do I do?