KRK ROKIT 6 G3 Studio Monitor
KRK has redesigned its wildly popular Rokit series of studio monitors, providing a broader frequency response, a new cabinet design, an adjustment in power for better balance, and several other enhancements. All three models feature a front-firing... read more
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Those monitors are truly amazing and well worth the money. They have a very clear sound, flat enough for mixing/mastering while remaining very enjoyable to listen to. The low-ends are really nice, almost enough without a sub in my opinion, although the 8" version would be perfect for that use.
Good monitors for the price
These are a good affordable option for studio monitors. They are not completely flat and often feel inadequate for production without a proper subwoofer, but overall they are a solid monitor that is hard to beat at the price point. Bonus: they sound pretty good for just listening to music and get a lot of use in that regard.
Really awesome so far; mid frequencies seem to be attenuated a bit but I could get used to it.
Bought these just today after listening to a few models at Guitar Center. After listening to several competing models like JBLs, KRKs, and possibly M-Audios, I kept coming back to the KRK Rokit 6s (over the 5s, which had poor bass response and the 8s, which were too big/expensive at the time being). So far, I'm really happy with these. They provide a pretty good picture of my music. However, the frequency response seems to have some dips around the 400-500 Hz area. After getting used to hearing other songs on them, though, that shouldn't be much of a problem.
KRK has redesigned its wildly popular Rokit series of studio monitors, providing a broader frequency response, a new cabinet design, an adjustment in power for better balance, and several other enhancements. All three models feature a front-firing port that provides low frequency extension without boundary coupling, an improved speaker voicing for even more accurate frequency response, a 1" silk dome tweeter, and an Aramid glass composite woofer. They are lightweight, low profile and are offered at a price that makes professional-level monitoring affordable for even the most humble studios.
Other monitors have ports on the back of the cabinet. These rear-firing ports tend to create bass coupling with walls and corners amplifying low frequency information which will color your mix. The KRK Generation 3 Rokit studio monitor's design includes front-firing ports, which are just the right shape and taper to reduce port turbulence. You'll appreciate the clean and accurate bass performance this approach delivers, even at high SPL's.
A great-sounding monitor doesn't stop with a great cabinet and custom drivers. KRKs true bi-amplified amplifier system provides discrete low-distortion power for each driver. While the active crossover systems provide smooth and accurate frequency response, and again, accurate diffraction control.
- Size: Near-field
- System type: Active
- Configuration: 2-way
- Low-frequency driver: 6"
- Mid-frequency driver: Not applicable
- High-frequency driver: 1"
- Full-range driver: Not applicable
- Driver type: Aramid glass composite
- Frequency response: 38Hz – 35kHz
- Max peak SPL: 107 SPL
- Amplifier class: Class A-B
- Output power: 73WOnboard Features
- Input connectors: XLR, TRS, RCA
- Standby mode: No
- Acoustic space control: Yes
- Power indicator: Yes
- Width: 8.82"
- Height: 13.0"
- Depth: 10.87"
- Weight: 19.4 lb.