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Monitor de estudio activo Yamaha HS4 - LA PAIRE
Yamaha
HS4 - LA PAIRE
Internet
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269.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Yamaha HS3 White - La pareja
Yamaha
HS3 White - La pareja
Internet
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249.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Yamaha HS3 - La pareja
Yamaha
HS3 - La pareja
Internet
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239.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Presonus Eris Studio 5
Presonus
Eris Studio 5
Internet
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147.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal Trio 6 Red ST6 - Por unidades
Focal
Trio 6 Red ST6 - Por unidades
Internet
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2999.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Neumann KH 120 II
Neumann
KH 120 II
Internet
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815.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal Solo 6 ST6 - Por unidades
Focal
Solo 6 ST6 - Por unidades
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1099.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Pioneer dj DM-40D-BT-W
Pioneer dj
DM-40D-BT-W
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217.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Pioneer dj DM-40D-W
Pioneer dj
DM-40D-W
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154.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal ALPHA EVO 80 - Por unidades
Focal
ALPHA EVO 80 - Por unidades
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395.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal ALPHA EVO TWIN - Por unidades
Focal
ALPHA EVO TWIN - Por unidades
Internet
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469.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Pioneer dj DM-50D - La pareja
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DM-50D - La pareja
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209.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal Alpha Evo 65 - Por unidades
Focal
Alpha Evo 65 - Por unidades
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268.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal Alpha Evo 50 - Por unidades
Focal
Alpha Evo 50 - Por unidades
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259.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Mackie CR4-X - La pareja
Mackie
CR4-X - La pareja
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169.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Mackie CR3-X - La pareja
Mackie
CR3-X - La pareja
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99.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Fluid audio FX 80 - Por unidades
Fluid audio
FX 80 - Por unidades
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239.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Fluid audio FX 50 - Por unidades
Fluid audio
FX 50 - Por unidades
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161.00 €
Controlador de estudio / monitor Palmer Monicon XL
Palmer
Monicon XL
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306.00 €
Bafle de bajos de estudio Adam T10S
Adam
T10S
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429.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Ik multimedia Iloud MTM - Por unidades
Ik multimedia
Iloud MTM - Por unidades
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338.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Adam T5V - Por unidades
Adam
T5V - Por unidades
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164.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Adam T7V - Por unidades
Adam
T7V - Por unidades
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192.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Pioneer dj DM-40BT-W - La pareja
Pioneer dj
DM-40BT-W - La pareja
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199.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo M-audio BX8D3 Single - Por unidades
M-audio
BX8D3 Single - Por unidades
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169.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Focal Shape 65 - Por unidades
Focal
Shape 65 - Por unidades
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599.00 €
Controlador de estudio / monitor Mackie Big Knob Passive
Mackie
Big Knob Passive
Internet
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67.00 €
Monitor de estudio activo Neumann KH 80 DSP A Grey - Por unidades
Neumann
KH 80 DSP A Grey - Por unidades
Internet
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488.00 €
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Monitor de estudio activo Neumann Paire KH 150  + Micro MA 1
Neumann
Paire KH 150 + Micro MA 1
Internet
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2999.00 €
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Monitor de estudio activo Neumann Paire de KH 120 II  + Micro MA 1
Neumann
Paire de KH 120 II + Micro MA 1
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1789.00 €

A Quality Monitoring Listening: The Pillar of Perfect Sound

What is Audio Monitoring?

Audio monitoring is the key that opens the door to impeccable comfort, mixing, and sound production. These monitor speakers not only reproduce sound but reveal it in all its richness, with unparalleled fidelity. Why does it matter so much?

Because every nuance, every harmony, every note deserves to be heard in its purity; the speakers must deliver neutral sound, without coloration, to avoid mixing errors. When well chosen, monitor speakers are the architects of this exceptional musical experience. They are mostly active, pre-amplified, and do not require connection to an external amplifier.

How to Choose Your Monitor Speakers?

Choosing the Right Model: An Imperative

Choosing the right model of active monitors is a crucial step to ensure precise monitoring. Imagine creating a visual symphony without seeing all the colors; it's a bit like that without suitable monitor speakers. That's why there are several factors to consider.

Size: A Determining Factor

The size of the speaker is important, especially for monitor speakers. An overly imposing speaker model can saturate a small space, while a too-small model may not provide enough power in a larger environment and thus have a negative impact on accurate audio reproduction. The speaker size should be adapted to your room and your use, whether for composing music, video editing, mixing, or mastering. Frequency response is a crucial factor in choosing your pair of speakers, and they should ideally reproduce a neutral sound.

An Option for Every Budget and Need

You will find a wide range of options, different series in various price ranges, with renowned brands such as Yamaha, Adam Audio, Focal, Presonus, Neumann, KRK, and many others, each bringing its own distinctive sound signature. Most of the time, brands offer series with different sizes and configurations for the studio. The most common models are the 2-way active monitor speakers, and there are also speakers with 3 active ways, usually found in professional studios for their detailed listening by distributing the signal across frequency stages. It's also possible to complement your listening with an active subwoofer, allowing you to perceive low frequencies (sub) and cover a very wide frequency response. Ranges may offer small models in 3 inches and go up to 8-inch models, including 4, 5, and 7 inches, for the most standard sizes found in studios and home studios.

What Are the Best Monitor Speakers?

The best monitor speakers offer precise and detailed sound reproduction, essential for demanding artists and sound engineers. Among the most reputable brands are Yamaha, Focal, Neumann, and Adam, combining exceptional audio quality with reasonable prices. Yamaha, for example, has the successful HS series, appreciated by professionals for its clarity and fidelity in the frequency range.

How to Break in Your Monitor Speakers?

Start with moderate use of the monitor speakers during the first few hours. Avoid pushing them to their maximum capacity from the beginning. Gradual use allows the internal components to stabilize. Vary the frequencies during the break-in period by listening to a wide range of music. This stresses all the components of the speakers, promoting uniform break-in. Keep the volume at a moderate level during the break-in process. Avoid excessive sound levels, as this could potentially damage the speakers during the initial phase. The break-in time can vary, but generally, a few hours to several days of continuous use are recommended.

What Cables for Monitor Speakers?

Generally, standard connections such as XLR, TRS 6.35mm jack, or RCA are used as inputs. It is important to use good cables and check the output from where the signal comes to respect it throughout. The wiring of monitor speakers is a crucial step to ensure optimal sound reproduction. Use quality speaker cables of the appropriate length to connect your speakers to your equipment, whether it's an audio interface, a mixing console, a preamp, or an amplifier. Make sure you have a good audio source.

Clearly identify which speaker is the right (R) and the left (L). This is often indicated on the back panel of each speaker. Place the speakers at an equal distance from your listening position to maintain correct stereophony. Use interconnect cables to connect the audio output of your source (sound card, console, preamp) to the inputs of the speakers. If your speakers and audio source have balanced inputs/outputs (XLR or TRS), use balanced cables to minimize interference and noise. Ensure that all connections are secure. Cables must be well inserted into the jacks to avoid connection problems.

Power Supply: Connect your monitor speakers to an appropriate power source. If they have a power switch, make sure it is turned on. Set the volume to a comfortable level and balance the equalizations if necessary. Some speaker models may have settings for treble, midrange, and bass. Test them in your home studio with a trusted source to ensure that the wiring is correct and the speakers are working as expected. Adjust the positioning of the speakers and test different configurations to optimize stereophony and frequency response.

How to Position Your Monitor Speakers in Your Studio?

The main goal is to form an equilateral triangle between the two speakers and your listening position in your studio. This means that the distance between each speaker and your listening position should be equal. Generally, start by placing the monitor speakers at a distance equivalent to half the width of your room. However, adjustments may be necessary depending on the size and acoustics of the room. Correct distance contributes to optimal stereophony, where sound is perceived balanced between the two speakers, creating a three-dimensional soundstage. Avoid placing the speakers too close to the walls, as this can cause reflections that degrade sound quality. A space of at least one meter between the speakers and the walls is often recommended. Some studio monitor manufacturers may provide specific recommendations for the ideal distance. Consult the user manual or the manufacturer's website for specific advice. If you practice nearfield monitoring, where you are relatively close to the speakers, the distance can be shorter. It also depends on the design of your studio and personal preferences. Take into account the acoustic characteristics of your room. Sometimes, adjustments are needed to compensate for room reflections or resonance modes. Finally, make adjustments based on your personal preferences. Test and adjust the distance until you achieve a sound response that satisfies you.

Conclusion: Listening, an Art in Itself

In conclusion, choosing monitor speakers for your professional or home studio goes beyond acquiring equipment. We are here to guide you in this sonic quest. Discover our diverse selection, benefit from expert advice from our team, and transform your listening space into a musical sanctuary. Because for us, every note matters, and every monitor speaker is a centerpiece in the symphony of your perfect sound.

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