I have a beat I made that I wanted to use during a performance but, after I played them on my boombox, to my horror, the low end was very muddy. It didn't sound like that at all on my monitors. I'm wondering what I can do to fix this? I have already gone through all the sounds to try to find what sounds bad and I have also checked to see what combination of sounds it could be causing this. I've worked on EQing everything but I just wanted to see if there are any tips you good people could throw out there? Also, my monitors are Tapco S8's and I'm wondering if anyone knows anything about these monitors and if there is a way to set these things up so I can actually hear when the low end will sound awful. I thought these were good monitors and I don't understand why I can't hear this muddy low end on these speakers. One thing I did to get around the problem, so I don't have to constantly burn cds and play the beat on my boombox, is my iMac speakers at least give me a better idea of what the beat will really sound like. Does anyone know about Tapco S8s? Should there be a way I can set them up to hear this low end mud? And if not, then what is the point of using these monitors at all, if I can't get a realistic idea of what my beat sounds like? i know that is alot of questions but thanks a ton for your help!