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I've just started out with setting up recording equipment, so I'm a newbie with this type of configuration. Thanks!

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  • Generally, you're going to need some kind of studio monitors. Try looking around on Amazon for that.
    – Linuxios
    Commented Jul 8, 2016 at 4:50

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The Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD has 2 x 1⁄4 inch TRS output sockets(L/R).

You need monitors for a start. Studio monitors are basically speakers with a refined, flat response i.e. a clean sound.

Studio monitors are usually self-powered, so you wouldn't need an amp. Self-powered monitors are called 'active' monitors as opposed to 'passive' monitors.

There is a huge range of studio monitors from budget to over-the-top expensive on the internet. They will usually have XLR or TRS input sockets, sometimes both.

You will need a lead with a 1/4 inch TRS jack on one end and [whatever input connection your monitors have] on the other end.

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  • Just out of curiosity: what would happen if you connected a passive speaker? Would their typical 4-8 Ohm impedance short/overload the output preamp? (I guess obviously it's protected against that, but will it disengage?)
    – Sz.
    Commented Dec 8, 2021 at 20:44

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