#1
Do speakers matter a lot when trying to get a good sound and a realistic sound when using Bias FX?


Do i need to use studio monitor speakers or can I use just any computer speakers?
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#2
I'd not say any computer speakers. I'd want at least a 2.1 setup, so you'd have a subwoofer to make sure the low end sounds passable.
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#3
I'd say they matter quite a bit. I want something with as clean and as full a response as possible, so that your software can do its job properly. Of course, you don't have to spend a ton to get something decent, but you still should consider that speakers are an important part of the sound you hear.
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#4
more than pickups.

i am with dementiacaptain on this one.
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#5
It matters. Get the best monitor speakers you can. Why bother with crappy sound?
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It matters. Get the best monitor speakers you can. Why bother with crappy sound?
But be aware you'll also have to mount them properly and treat the room, otherwise you'll negate much of the benefit of quality speakers over cheaper ones.
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