H48 wrote:i want flat response speakers right?
Get speakers that you at least like to listen to. .
That's why i bought the KRK's. I tested them and they this pleasant warm midrange boost. It makes mixing more fun than a chore.
That brings me here. Flat response is actually important, yes, but it's not all. The most important thing imo is to test your mix on different soundsystems. Can be a hifi stereo, a car (mostly has nice bass), anything. You don't want your mix to sound good on your monitors. You need it to sound nice everywhere.
Got some other mixing tricks too: Try to mix down at different volumes. When you mix down at a certain volume, your room will react differently to it (and your ears!) than when you mix at another volume.
You could also try opening your door, playing your song and go sit in a room adjacent to yours. (with no direct route from the monitors to your ears). You can notice things like that you didn't notice before.