Only have $200 to spend. This is all I have to work with so please just list ones you would think are the closest to natural sound. Either I buy ATH M-50 headphones. They are $120 and said to be flat, natural sounding. But I hear headphones just about never get as flat/natural sounding as monitors. Only thing is, in my budget, the pros say you can't get a accurate sounding monitors. Well what is the closest to natural sounding monitors I can get for under $200 for the pair. If there are some not much more expensive that I may can find used under $200, please let me know. I have already searched, but most are just good sounding monitors recommended under $200, and not so much for the flatest response. Which flat, natural sounding is what I need. But the thing is, my room is not acoustic treated really. Well I hung up thick cut up carpet and blankets, but not sure how effecient they are. Sounds like the room is pretty good, not too echo-y and not too dead. So either the headphones or low-end monitors with unprofessional acoustic treated room? Some that I have seen local for under $200 for the pair are: Yamaha SM12V Club Series V Monitor | Musician's Friend JBL 62T Main Home Stereo Bookshelf Speakers | eBay Custom made pair with Celestion Truvox 1530 15" 400W Raw Frame Speaker | Musician's Friend Yorkville Sound: YSM Series Fostex PMO.4n Powered Studio Monitor Pair | Musician's Friend NS-6490 - Home Speaker Systems - Speakers - Audio & Visual - Products - Yamaha United States ROKIT 6 Studio Monitors Speaker KRK SYSTEMS Does it make much of a difference in sound if the original screen in front of the speaker box is missing? Also another thing is, will the monitors require a seperate amp or is running them through my Focusrite Scarlette 2i2 enough? And would they need a sub? Flattest frequency response is what I am looking for. Not sure what the technical term is, but I need one or the other to be able to hear a vocal recording at it's most natural sounding so everyone that listens to the recording will get the most truest sound.