The studio monitors speakers are designed to provide a flat frequency response, so that the audio signal is reproduced with maximum accuracy. Monitors are designed to prevent artificial directional bass boost, treble, or other frequencies in an attempt to make the sound of the speakers 'good' and also directed at avoiding the resonance of the speaker boxes. According to the studio, there are three types of standard monitoring: near, middle and far field. Near field - monitors power not exceeding 100 watts, and a diameter of the speaker to 8 inches. Located at a distance of 1.5 meters from the sound engineer. Middle and Far Field - used in professional studios, studio monitors are located at a considerable distance and have more power.