Quality matters. Yes you can use computer speakers or your grandmas hi-fi. They might even be useful for checking your mixes. If it doesn’t sound good on the cheap stuff it probably won't sound good on the expensive stuff, right? Well, kind of.

Studio monitors are intended for critical listening, and for what's really important, mixing. They portray your recorded music and your audio mix as accurately as possible. The home studio monitors we’ve chosen are all designed with that in mind. They’ll give you a good balance of imaging and accuracy so you’ll be able to hear when something isn’t right.

Which monitors are right for you? Our advice is to choose your monitors based on the size of your workspace, your own ears, and of course your budget. For more info see our post What Size Monitors Do You Need For Your Home Studio?.


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JBL LSR305 5" Two-Way Active Studio Monitor
Price: $299.99

    The LSR305 is a bi-amplified studio monitor with magnetically-Shielded 5" low frequency transducer and 1" soft-dome high frequency transducer and image control wave guide. Class-D 41-Watt RMS amplifier for LF, and 41-watt RMS Amplifier for HF.  Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs with dented level control, HF and LF trim controls.Delivering professional performance at most affordable price points, 3 Series Powered Studio Monitors are first to incorporate JBL’s exciting new technology,...

    JBL LSR308 8" Two-Way Active Studio Monitor
    Price: $499.99

      The LSR308 is a bi-amplified studio monitor with magnetically-shielded 8" low frequency transducer and 1" soft-dome high frequency transducer and image control wave guide. Class-D 56-Watt RMS amplifier for LF, and 56-Watt RMS amplifier for HF.  Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs with dented level control, HF and LF trim controls.Delivering professional performance at most affordable price points, 3 Series Powered Studio Monitors are first to incorporate JBL’s exciting new...