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When musicians want to hear what they're playing while they're playing it, they should go with the best stage monitors possible. That's why so many have gone with Kustom PA over the past few decades. And if you're someone who likes to control all aspects of their sound, there's nothing better than a Kustom PA unpowered monitor. Innovatively designed, and with a tone that can't be matched, the unpowered monitors found in this section are simply second to none. So, how are you looking to oversee your sound?

If versatility and affordability are at the top of your list, start your search with the Kustom PA KPC10M 10" Monitor Speaker Cabinet with Horn. Featuring a 10" woofer, a 2" x 6" horn, and a specially voiced internal crossover, it also offers three positioning angles allowing you to place it anywhere you need it. With a punchy bass tone, sparkling highs and a spectacular separation of frequencies, you'll be blown away by what this portable unpowered monitor has to offer.

On the other hand, if you're looking for something with a bigger output, turn your attention over to the Kustom PA KPC15M 15" Monitor Speaker Cabinet with Horn. With a crisp tone and a huge low end, it provides a clean, full-range reproduction of your play. Featuring a 15" woofer, a 7" x 15" horn with an overload protector, and a heavy-duty construction, it's ready to go everywhere you need to perform.

If you need any other reason to go with a Kustom PA unpowered stage monitor, just take a look at the powerhouse list of top artists that use their equipment. Headliners like Brian Wilson, John Moyer of Disturbed, Toby Keith's Rich Eckhardt, Grant Mickelson of Taylor Swift's band and even legends like Herbie Hancock, the Carpenters, and Creedence Clearwater Revival have all plugged into Kustom PA gear. That means that if you're looking to use what the pros use, you've definitely come to the right place.