#1
I record with a Pod X3 Live and all I have are skullcandy headphones to listen to the audio coming out of my Pod X3 Live. My recordings only seem to sound good on the skullcandy headphones so I want to buy some studio monitor speakers. However, I'm still confused as to what qualities to look for in this type of equipment. I found these:

http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Pro-Audio-600-Watt-Pair-6-5-Studio-Monitor-Speakers-/200585339694?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2eb3d1632e

but I can't really judge as to how efficiently they would get the job done. Do you recommend I buy these? All I have to spend at this very moment is $55, but if it's necessary, I'll save up for something much better.
#2
Honestly your budget is more along the lines of computer speakers as opposed to quality studio monitors.

What's your location? I would recommend going to the local guitar center and visiting the pro audio section to get a feel for what you are dealing with when shopping for studio monitors. They will probably have something at a cost point you will be able to live with.

I would be leary buying that set you looked at unheard, and i did a small amount of google searching on the set and couldn't find any reviews.
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#4
The set of monitors that you found,
Well I guarantee you they are pieces of shit. They look more like car speakers than monitors.

The Behringer Truth series are good monitors.
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#5
Okay thanks a lot guys. I appreciate the feedback. Looks like I gotta keep saving up
#6
I have an old 100 watt pioneer home stereo reciever that i have hooked to my pc with 2 home stereo speakers 15" 6" 3" along with a yamaha sub. sounds awsome.