So maybe we should have a sticky tutorial on monitors and speakers for recording purposes...but I have a rather specific question for now.
I currently own Klipsch RB-10 Bookshelf Speakers.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 90Hz-20kHz ± 3dB
SENSITIVITY: 90dB @ 2.83 volts/1 meter
POWER HANDLING: 50 watts (200 watts peak)
NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms compatible
DRIVE COMPONENTS: Two way system using one 1'' (2.5cm) magnetically shielded, titanium dome compression driver with an integral 4'' (10.2cm) square 90°x 60° Tractrix Horn and one 4'' (10.2cm) magnetically shielded, Cerametallic cone woofer
CROSSOVER FREQUENCY: 2800Hz
ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass-reflex via rear-firing port
HEIGHT: 8.7" (22.1cm)
WIDTH: 5.6" (14.1cm)
DEPTH: 7.8" (19.8cm)
WEIGHT: 6 lbs. (2.7kg)
MOUNTING: Keyhole mount with threaded insert
FINISH: Black Ash woodgrain vinyl
Would these be alright to record with in a home studio setting? I know for monitors you want a flat EQ...but I have no idea about anything except frequency range/speaker size etc.
If not, maybe we could have a separate your first Monitor buying guide or something? Thanks a bunch guys
Those should work ok, though I've always known Klipsh speakers to be very bright in the high end. You can mix on basically any speakers as long as you know what they sound like and check your mixes on other speakers/headphones for reference.