Studio Monitor

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by ray1018, Mar 22, 2006.

  1. ray1018

    ray1018 Active Member

    Apr 25, 2005
    Hi buddies,

    any expert can give me some advise to get the Studio Monitor..

    Mine is a small home studio...i think i'll need a 5-6 inch studio monitor for Mixing and Mastering purpose!!

    what i know is somebody receommend bout KRK rockit 5,Genelec 1029,Yamaha,M-audio.

    so,mind to give me a hand to choose it??or what is ur best in quality and price??

  2. gilligan204

    gilligan204 Guest

    i have a pair of the Rokit 8's and I like them quite a lot
    bring some disc that you really like and listen to all 3 of those, and see which one you like the best. Maybe even see if you can borrow them for a day and have a listen to them at your studio.

  3. schizojames

    schizojames Active Member

    Feb 15, 2005
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    I use Wharfedale 9.2 passives...only $500 and really solid. You would still need to add the price of a decent amplifier (more than 100W per side). I have also heard great things about Dynaudios, but will have to agree with Gil's suggestion of trying them out. Some dealers will let you try out monitors at your home if you let them hold some of your money. He's also correct that it is more of a matter of finding some where the mixes that sound "correct" to you also sound correct on the monitors you wish to purchase.

    As far as mastering goes, there usually will not be any actual mastering going on in the typical small home studio. It should always be done with an unbiased set of ears in a near-perfect and purpose-built environment, with professional monitoring (not affordable). If this isn't possible, it should at the VERY LEAST be done on a secondary set of monitors (other than those you mixed on). Again, this should be done somewhere else, and by someone else.

    My $0.02 (USD)
  4. McCheese

    McCheese Well-Known Member

    Mar 24, 2005
    why for the ground does exploding?
  5. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    Dec 20, 2004
    Making the fun by foreigners is not for the nice!

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