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Hi guys… what do think about these speakers to make home mixes?

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This is my personal opinion, but I think the speakers matter less than your room, familiarity with the speakers, knowledge, etc. You are going to have to compensate in nearly all imperfect situations. So if they have low distortion, decent power, price, frequency range I am sure they would be fine as long as you learn them, figure out their strengths and weaknesses, while also addressing those issues of your own (ears, room, etc).

Just my thoughts, but I am not “pro” and my studio isn’t anything you couldn’t buy off the shelf at RadioShack or Walmart.

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