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|System Type||Active Monitor|
|Transducer Type||HF - 1" silk dome tweeter
LF - 5" aramid glass composite woofer
|Frequency Range||45 Hz - 35 kHz (-10 dB)|
|Crossover Frequency||2.6 kHz|
|Power||50 W total
20 W high frequency
30 W low frequency
|Maximum SPL||106 dB|
|Standby Mode||Auto, 30 minutes|
|Connector||Unbalanced 7 kΩ RCA
Balanced 10 kΩ ¼" TRS and XLR (Pin 2 & Tip = Hot\Positive, Pin 3 & Ring = Cold\Negative, Pin 1 & Sleeve = Ground)
|Control||HF Level Adjust (-2 dB, -1 dB, 0, +1 dB)
LF Level Adjust (-2 dB, -1 dB, 0, +2 dB)
System Volume (-30 dB to +6 dB)
|Fuse Rating||Slow blow type, 5 mm x 20 mm
100 V~, 110-120 V~ - 1 A - 250 V
220-240 V~ - 500 mA - 250 V
|Dimensions||9.7 x 7.4 x 11.2" (246 x 188 x284 mm)|
|Weight||13.0 lb (5.9 kg)|
Nice, full sound. Crisp highs which you can tweak to your heart's content. The lows are a bit muddy for music work, but for our video needs, it most definitely suits the need. Good value.
Clear highs, fun but not overbearing and not even lacking lows, it's just right. Perfect monitor for mixing u'll know if it's a bad track or well made Perfect even for just listening I'd say best in class
Just bought my first studio monitors, the KRK Rokit G3 RP5, fantastic, as I can hear without measurements there is a good balance in mids, highs and lows, I think best for first monitors, for newbie engineers
These monitors lack the full range of sound. I have a pair of Yamaha HS 50M that perform at a much higher level for a 5 speaker. I will keep the KRK's for my laptop computer but when I'm editing in the suite I'll use the Yamaha's.
These lil pack a big clear punch. They are a bit deceiving given size but their versatility is unmatched. Whether I am mixing rock, hip hop or just enjoying musical scores, they deliver a clear solid sound. KRK's are worth every cent.
After a recommendation for my sales rep, Alex, I am happy to report that these little gems really live up to the hype. They're everywhere for a reason and I've gone from a skeptic to a satisfied customer.
I was amazed after listening to these monitors! I would recommend getting monitor isolation pads such as the ones by Auralex. They really help reduce the bass buildup that occur when the monitors are placed directly on your table/desk.
it's a great speaker
one of the best studio monitor
I'm a filmmaker and edit my own work and got these for improved dialogue and music mixing. My very old AltecLansing speakers were getting muddy and I was missing details as they were coloring the sound too much. These are much clearer, although they were also quite a bit larger than I was expecting.