Yamaha NS-10M, baby!
I try to use the worst monitors I can find and put in a professional sounding CD. I like computer speakers from like a garage sale or thrift store. Now as far as professional monitors, I use Yamaha NS 10's. Remember the best mixers on the planet still use Radio Shack Sub woofers and NS10 Speakers. They don't sound pleasant to the ears, this is why Bose is in business. If it sounds good on crap it will sound great on everything else. "My philosophy"
Equator Audio D5's are pretty amazing at $300/pair.
Equator D5 5.25" Coaxial Studio Monitors w/ Internal DSP for Matched Output and Accurate Voicing. Under 300 Per Pair.
Seems I have already contributed to this poll years ago - I probably had Behringer or KRK monitors at the time.
Now using Adam S3X-h and will never go back to anything less transparent and ear-jarringly toppy as the KRKs.
...given the Adams are $8,000 a pair down here in Aus I'll never be able to afford anything else ever again anyway!
I don't suffer from insanity; I enjoy every minute of it.
I currently use a pair of Alesis M1 MkIIs, which came at the irresistible price of £0 off my dad, barely used. They sound pretty good to my noob ears. I also use a crappy £10 pair of Logitech 2.0 computer speakers for perspective. Thinking of getting an Avantone Mixcube (that's right, I've been reading Mike Senior's book), but still debating that one with myself.
I recently started using the Neumann KH120's and absolutely love these!
Seems, that I have voted for Yamaha since I used HS50m's. However some time ago switched to Genelec 8030asm's.
Yorkville powered. Clean flat and affordable.
I Like my Dynaudio BM-15's a bunch...
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