Professional audio speakers sold as midfield monitors are different from nearfield monitors, in the sense that they are designed to be used in situations where you are at least 1.5 meters (or approx. 5 feet) to about 3 meters (or approx. 10 feet) away from the speaker.

Being too close to a stereo midfield monitor setup defeats the purpose of intended use and might not result in an open sound stage. Therefore, the size of the room should be taken into consideration when buying this type of studio speaker. In other words, they are less ideal for bedroom producers because of both space requirements and the need for an acoustically treated environment.

Note: Midfield monitors are also referred to as mid-range studio monitors by some pro audio manufacturers or different people in general.
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