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  • KRK 6000

    KRK 6000 - moosers's review


    The KRK 6000's are a set of passive monitors, designed for use in studios of any type. The KRK 6000's do come as active monitors as well, but the ones that I've used are passive and require an external power amplifier. These monitors aren't ideal f…

  • Tannoy 15 DMT II

    Tannoy 15 DMT II - moosers's review


    The Tannoy 15 DMT II are a set of high quality studio monitors, designed for uses of all types. I've only had the pleasure of listening and mixing on these monitors a few times, but even from just these few times I can tell these are simply a superb…

  • ProAc Studio 100

    ProAc Studio 100 - moosers's review


    The Proac Studio 100s are a set of passive studio monitors that can be used in a variety of different situations.  The monitors are fairly large and deliver a very wide sound.  I'm not sure of the amplifier that I used this with since it was already …

  • Tannoy SRM15X

    Tannoy SRM15X - moosers's review


    The Tannoy SRM15X are a large set of monitors that I have used strictly for listening back on.  I haven't used these speakers in a studio setting exactly in terms of monitoring or mixing - only as another option to listen to mixes back on.  I believe…

  • Dynaudio BM15

    Dynaudio BM15 - moosers's review


    The Dynaudio Acoustic BM15s are a set of passive studio monitors designed for any type of use in the studio.  Since they are passive monitors, they do require an external power amplifier.  These monitors are pretty big so they aren't the type of moni…

  • Yamaha MS10

    Yamaha MS10 - moosers's review


    The Yamaha MS10s are a set of passive studio monitors that are designed for professional recording studios. They are suitable for all sorts of applications in the studio including mixing and monitoring. Since they are a passive set of monitors they d…

  • Auratone 5C

    Auratone 5C - moosers's review


    The Auratone 5C are a small set of passive studio monitors. I love how small and portable they are, and deliver a good sound for such a small set of speakers. However, because of their small size, they aren't best for mixing, but are suited best for …

  • JBL 4331

    JBL 4331 - moosers's review


    The JBL Pro 4331s are a pair of passive studio monitors and they need to be powered by an external amplifier, since they are a passive set of monitors. I don't know what type of amp I have used this with, as it was pre set up in the studio I use them…

  • Yamaha NS-10M

    Yamaha NS-10M - moosers's review


    I got a pair of Yamaha NS-10Ms because, like many, I feel that the mixes I get on them translate well to other listening environments. They are pretty normal speakers, which is part of the reason that so many people love to use them to A/B mixes. I r…

  • Alesis Monitor One

    Alesis Monitor One - phraseland's review


    They have been on the market for years now and when I started my research on good monitors with a decent price tag this name always popped up. I am not quite sure anymore why I originally chose the passive versions (I also bought an Alesis RA-100 Amp…