Just a word on monitors. If you are using them for mixing, rather than casual listening, I wouldn't get anything that required a subwoofer, or did any other tone shaping at all. When you're mixing, you want to hear what was recorded with as much fidelity as possible. If your monitors are acting like commercial speakers and pumping up the bass, your final mix is going to be colored by those speakers.
What makes good mixing monitors is a neutral response curve. That way if the bass is thin, you'll know it, rather than having that hidden by them.
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