Hi all, I do some recording with my digital piano, vocal etc... I put it all on PC to EQ and finalize. My question is, I want a pair of speakers which are "accurate" to the recording. I don't know if that makes sense, but like, you know you can buy speakers with a big huge bass and you know it's going to be overdriven on the bass. Likewise cheaper sets may have a weak base, but overdrive the mids and highs with the other speakers. Well what I'm looking for is a speaker set which, for all intents, plays audio the way it was meant to be heard. Not overdriven on any frequency, just, accurate. This way, when I EQ, I will EQ it to my ear to be what I want. But if my current speakers are to big on bass, I might EQ the bass down. But on someone's else's speakers, my EQing down the bass will probably sound wrong, simply because my own set was to loud in that register. So again, I want a set of speakers that just has accurate sounds, almost as if it did not even HAVE a bass or treble volume, because that would make the sound inaccurate. Is there any PC speakers like this? Or do I need to get a better sound card and regular studio monitors? I don't need 100% Hollywood quality accuracy, but I just want a good reference to EQ my stuff. Then let the end users suffer at the will of their own speakers. But for anybody with GOOD speakers, it will sound accurate to my standards. And obviously, if I EQ my stuff to my own "off" speakers, the sound will probably NOT sound good on high end speakers, if you follow. What do you suggest which is a reasonably priced solution?