(There are probably a lot of these threads but none about MEDIA ONE 4A so...)

So the real question is which ones are the best within the price range?
The ones i have checked out are:

Samson Media One 4A
(++They have both headphone jack and line in on the front)
They are the only ones i have listened to and i thought they sounded really good.
A lot better than Some active hi-fi speakers that are suppose to be good and they were a bit more expensive too!

Behringer ms40???

I went to a store today and talked to a guy and he suggested a bit more expensive monitors like everyone lese does...
He suggested ALESIS M1 ACTIVE 520

So which ones? Any better suggestions?
Last edited by maatin at Nov 12, 2009,
choose monitors blindly... that is, with your ears. if a $200 set sounds better to you than a $2000 set, they are better, because they'll translate to your mixes not being over compensated. make sense?
The only reference monitors I'd personally recommend on a very low budget price range are the M-Audio Studiophile 40s and the Studiospares SN10s (passive). Both excellent speakers for the price, more than adequate for a home studio.
Thanks for the replies!
I still haven´t made up my mind thought...
The thing is i haven´t started mixing and stuff yet so pro monitors seems really unnecessary at the time. And i want to be able to afford a sound card without spending every penny i have. And i´m saving for a better guitar. It would be better if i just focused on playing guitar and recording.
M-Audio Studiophile 40 sounds interesting but they aren´t actually studio monitors right? They call them regular pc speakers. So i think its between the M-Audio Studiophile 40s and Samson Media One 4As. Not much about them on the internet but i still think they sounded really good (for the price).