About Our Studio Monitors
Mixing with our studio monitors is sure to leave you with a clean, clear, well mixed track.
Create high-resolution mixes whether you are podcasting or headlining a festival with our range of hi-fi, low-frequency monitor speakers.
The low frequency response of our studio monitors allows you to hear your mixes at the highest clarity. By not amplifying certain features of your track you can hear every single detail you add, and you then have the power to change any aspect of the song.
Types of Studio Monitor
We carry single monitor speakers as well as sets of studio monitors, so no matter your budget you can improve the connectivity in your home studio.
Why Use a Studio Monitor?
Studio monitors are the perfect piece of equipment to truly hone your craft, and get those perfect final touches on your mixes.
There are two types of speaker: active and passive.
Studio monitors are a type of active speaker. This means that it has an in-built power amplifier, so will need to be connected to a controller or audio interface for volume control. As a result, the sound that comes from these speakers is more accurate and dynamic.
Have you ever turned a speaker to its highest volume and found the sound quality rapidly diminishes? With a studio monitor, sound distortion is far less likely.
The amps built into studio monitors are designed according to the wattage and volume output of the speakers, meaning that even at the highest volume the sound output will be perfect. Because the parts of the speakers are built with perfection in mind, the parts are picked to operate perfectly no matter the way the speaker is used.
Flat Frequency Response
Your track sounds great to you right now, but you need to make sure it works on every type of speaker. Someone listening in a car should have the same listening experience as someone listening on a pair of high quality headphones, which is where flat frequency comes in handy.
Flat frequency means that you are reducing your track to a neutral state, eliminating all exaggerations and instead playing all sounds at the same frequency. This allows you to hear any imperfections in the track and solve them so that your music sounds perfect in every context.
Complete Your Monitor Speaker Setup
So, you have decided which studio monitor suits you best, now it is time to embellish your setup and start making music!
To reduce vibrations and have the highest quality playback, you can grab some isolation pads.
Browse our range of plugins to add effects to your music and improve your tracks.
Hit up our DJ equipment page for everything you could need for your music mixing!
Monitor Speaker FAQ
If you are mixing and producing music, studio monitor speakers are an important part of your kit.
They are not like normal speakers. Studio monitors play flat sound, so you can get a super detailed playback. The lows, mids, and highs are played in impressive clarity, allowing you to mix without any feedback.
To optimise your studio monitor experience, there is a range of equipment you could use. However, there is no need to purchase a large amount of equipment when you will not or cannot use it. Below we have listed a good, basic equipment setup that would be optimal for a beginner.