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Mixing music, whether you do it in your personal home studio, or a professional environment, requires you to be able to hear every single detail of your work. That’s why having good mixing speakers and studio monitors is essential.
In order to help you figure out which are the best mixing speakers for your own application, we’ve reduced our choice down to three pretty awesome systems that won’t ruin your bank account, but will allow you to get the job done with your projects.
Your monitoring setup is something that doesn’t do well with compromises. You should definitely try to get the best ones you can.
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– [easyazon_link identifier=”B00FX7MMRO” locale=”US” tag=”msk-general-20″]KRK RP5G3-NA Rokit 5 Generation 3[/easyazon_link] –
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KRK is a brand that has been specialized in producing high quality audio equipment specifically for studio use. By no surprise is their RP5G3-NA Rokit 5 Gen 3 one of the best models on the market when it comes to speakers for monitoring and mixing of music.
Not only do recreational producers use their products, but semi-professionals and professionals also appreciate the quality and sound of KRK speakers.
If you ask any audio technician, or audiophile, they will tell you that there is a fine balance between price and performance that one can easily miss. That won’t happen With KRK RP5G3-NA Rokit 5 Gen 3.
KRK RP5G3-NA Rokit 5 Generation 3 features a 5 inch woofer and a 1 inch soft dome tweeter at the top, allowing you to experience a full range of frequency as you work. The case is designed in a way that prevents vibrations and optimizes the sound coming out of the speakers.
On the back of the speakers you will find your standard ports along with high level and low level adjustment knobs which allow you to tune the speakers according to your room’s acoustics and size.
The bi-amped class A/B amplifier leaves more than enough headroom, while preventing distortion at higher volumes. With this kind of setup, you can crank up the levels and still have the clarity of sound you need.
While mixing and producing music, you want to be able to hear every single element of your arrangement. KRK RP5G3-NA Rokit 5 Gen 3 will accurately playback your music, giving you the ability to recognize each instrument or track, and tweak it accordingly.
The 1 inch tweeter combined with the 5 inch woofer cover the whole frequency range, and produce very sharp highs, clear mids, and solid lows.
– [easyazon_link identifier=”B00DUKP37C” locale=”US” tag=”msk-general-20″]JBL LSR305[/easyazon_link]
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No list of best speakers for any application would be complete without at least one JBL model in it. The JBL LSR305 come packing some serious sound, and are the speakers of choice for many professionals who have a very defined taste.
You will find a pair of JBL LSR305s in many great studios around the world, and audio technicians will tell you that these are some of the best monitors on the market.
Highly flexible, JBL LSR305s give you a lot of maneuverability when it comes to using them for work, or in any other application.
JBL LSR305 sport a 1 inch tweeter and a 5 inch woofer with incredible flexibility. The tweeter is complimented by a very effective and complex wave guide which definitely clears up the highs and gives you an accurate picture of what your high frequency sections sound like.
Similar can be said for the 5 inch long-throw woofer. The engineering on this pair of monitors is borderline incredible, just as we’re used to seeing from JBL.
These are powered speakers, which allows you to plug them directly into your computer, and the amp found in this model more than capable of delivering the volume you need. On the back of these you will find your standard power input, an XLR and 1/4″ signal jacks along with your standard controls.
The clarity and accuracy of sound delivered by JBL LSR305 can only be described as incredible. The tweeter can push out crisp highs beyond human range of hearing, while the mids and lows are rich but very defined.
One of the best things about the JBL LSR305 is the fact that you can place them just about anywhere, no matter what the acoustic properties of your room are.
This is due to the design of the speakers themselves, and the wave guides that do an amazing job. This kind of flexibility is a must have in any semi professional pair of mixing speakers.
– [easyazon_link identifier=”B00GP56OYA” locale=”US” tag=”msk-general-20″]PreSonus Eris E4.5[/easyazon_link]
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PreSonus is a company known for a range of audio products that span across the whole spectrum. They are known for producing some of the best bang for the buck equipment on the market.
This balance of price and performance is something you can notice in their Eris4.5 speakers/monitors.
PreSonus Eris E4.5 come with a 1 inch tweeter and a 4.5 inch woofer capable of covering a pretty wide frequency range. The amp is a 50 watt unit of A/B classification, which gives you plenty of potential to experiment with before you hit any distortion and start experiencing sound quality deterioration.
The case is quality made, and engineered in a way which allows it to shape the sound waves for optimal sound accuracy. On the back side you will find standard audio inputs including the RCA and TRS left and right. These also come with complete acoustics tuning, allowing you to customize your high and lows in a way that best suits your room.
These speakers are loud and incredibly clear. For a rather small size factor and a 4.5 inch woofer, Eris 4.5 delivers clarity you would often find only in more expensive monitors.
Highs are crispy and snappy, while mids and lows are clear but somewhat limited due to the 4.5 woofer. For the price, you will barely find the quality of sound these offer.
We’ve chose these mixing speakers based on their excellent performance and competitive price. Anyone of these will bring your mixing studio close to a professional level, and you will be able to hear everything you need to hear and then some.