Music has become an important part of people’s lives. It is a popular means of entertainment, and also as a creative expression of one’s passion. While some people enjoy listening to music, at the other end of the line lies the people who enjoy making music. Creating and producing music nowadays is much simpler than it used to be. Today, with computers and even smartphones, everyone can express their love for making music in many different with many different techniques. It really does sound easy, but for people who are serious in making music, it requires more than just those. Professional music producers know how much difference having the right equipment can make in crafting a good music.

Studio Monitors

At first glance, studio monitors look like regular speakers, and they do, except they have several advanced functions that an average speaker can’t do. Others also prefer using headphones over studio monitors. But what makes studio monitors superior over regular speakers and headphones are the fact that they provide high-quality studio recordings. Studio monitors are more precise and accurate in delivering sound, allowing people to notice even the smallest audio details.

Studio monitors are perfect for crafting high quality audios. The problem now is choosing the right monitor. This list will give the top monitors for your studio:

M-Audio Studiophile AV 40

In term of stability and accuracy, no one can go wrong with M-Audio Studiophile. It has a frequency response of 85 Hz – 20 kHz with 4-inch woofers which are polypropylene coated, and also 1-inch tweeters. Its features are only right for what is paid for it. The M Audio creates high quality audio while being budget-friendly.

JBL LSR305

JBL is known for making high quality audio devices. That being said, there is no wonder why the JBL LSR305 is on this list. The JBL LSR305 has gathered a lot of praises from users for its high quality performance. It produces very accurate and clear sound. It has a frequency range of 43Hz up to 24 kHz. It has an image control waveguide, a -10 dB/+4 dB sensitivity switch, and JBL transducers. It weighs 10 lbs. with a total power of 81 watts.

Yamaha HS8

Another famous brand when it comes to music devices. Yamaha is also known for making high quality monitor speakers. The Yamaha HS8 has a huge 8-inch cone woofer with a 1-inch tweeter. It has a frequency response of 38 Hz to 30 kHz. It has a two-way bass reflex bi-amp, and with a 120-watt power. The monitor weighs about 23 lbs.

Adam Audio A7X

When it comes to audio gears, especially studio monitors, the Adam Audio A7X has a big name. It has a frequency range of 42Hz up to 50 kHz, with an A/B amplifier that has 100 watts PWM. It has a 7-inch woofer with and advance X-ART 2-inch tweeter.

KRK RP6G3-NA ROKIT 6 Generation 3

The KRK ROKIT 6 is also known and loved by many gear heads out there. Although some people complain about its size, it makes up for its high quality sounds. It has a frequency response of 38Hz to 35 kHz, with a 6-inch Aramid glass woofer and 1-inch tweeter dome.