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    Question Monitor Height?

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    At what height should my studio monitors be set? Should it be at ear level, or little above? Thanks for the help.

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    I'd like to know also,

    I'm used to place it above ear level, but why, and what's the explanation about it?

    help us out fellow homerecorders!

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    Yo Nightime Yellow Skin:

    If you can't immediately get speaker stands to raise your speakers, at least get them off the carpet or floor. Use a couple of books to raise up the speakers. I have a neat pair of wooden stands but I'd like to get my speakers up a bit more soon.

    Just a quick fix tip.

    Green Hornet

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    Here are some more opinions......

    http://www.studiocovers.com/articles13.htm

    Peace...

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    While you're doing that reading, you might as well do some more..............



    http://www.studiocovers.com/articles.htm

    Happy reading.
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