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A great deal of time can go into setting up a recording studio, but the results are always worth it. Having an amp that gives you a crystal clear representation of your projects will ensure you're product always sounds good. Home or professional studios can benefit from a studio power amp. When you're using passive studio monitors to track a band's performance, having a great power amp to support it is crucial for getting the result you want. As you set up your studio, you may want to include the lighter, passive option for monitors, making a power amp essential. Luckily most studio power amps are made quite compact to ensure they are no trouble to move to the most convenient cabinet. Next, you'll want to make sure your power amp is paired with the appropriate monitors. For instance, the 100 watts per channel on an Art SLA1 Studio Power Amp should be matched with the appropriate unpowered monitor that can handle that wattage such as a Behringer TRUTH Passive Monitor. This will create a seamless sound that you can easily use help shape the sounds for your client. Studio power amps don't have to be confined to your booth. They are also very useful for live performances, as they can easily power the passive stage monitors. For a sound technician that also records bands from time to time, they are a versatile option to grow both sides of the business. The ability to stack your studio power amps within a cabinet is a valuable benefit. This ensures you can keep all of your channels organized and working well together no matter how many monitors your studio arrangement demands. A tight setup ensures your home or pro recording sessions will be a success every time. When your monitors are performing and you have the clearest audio possible through your studio power amp, the end result is sure to be exactly what you intended, much to you and your client's satisfaction.