The bass reflex is an aperture, positioned on the Studio Monitor, which functions as a Helmholtz resonator, and allows to release part of the energy produced by the loudspeaker. This system allows to have a correct exploitation of all frequencies, even those that would otherwise be dispersed, generating reverberations or canceling out.
The bass reflex loudspeaker system, if well designed, allows to improve the efficiency for the low frequencies by extending the frequency response of the loudspeaker. It also allows braking part of the cone vibration, reducing its excursion and increasing the power of Sound System Rental Tauranga.
Some monitors have the front bass reflex, while others have it on the back. It does not change at the level of performance, but only at the design level. However, if the bass reflex was positioned on the back, you should consider placing the speakers at a certain distance from the wall (up to 1 mt.), To avoid a quick reflection of the sound, and a problem of rumble on low frequencies.
Then there is a reflex base. In this case the cone will not have extrasions that could damage the instrument, but it can overheat a little. They usually have less power, but a good accuracy. For this reason it is always a good idea to check the Technical Specifications, and check the Frequency Response graph of your monitor studio.
Many studio monitor speakers, have different ways of connections on the back. The standard connection is the balanced XLR cable. This is a very robust standard balanced cable. Alternatively you can use a balanced TRS Jack cable. Some speakers are also provided with RCA connection, but it is a type of unbalanced connection, so I would advise against it for prolonged use in the studio and Sound System Rental Tauranga.
Sometimes you can find on the back some knobs to adjust the monitor volume, the volume of the Tweeter, or other switches to change Gain and performance. You will then have to do some tests in the early days, and try different configurations, until you find the ideal yield, depending on your room.
Ideally, Studio Monitors should be something you do not want to save, as it is your reference for your productions. It is better not to work on economic monitors that do not do their job well, and they could be accurate. The price of the monitor studio speakers is certainly a good indicator of quality.
However, they are Professional Monitors, which if kept well do not devalue quickly and offer excellent performance for a long time, you can also evaluate to buy them used.