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    KRK S10.4

    Active Subwoofer

    Looking for a powered sub to go with your monitors? KRK’s S10.4 160W Class‑D powered unit might fit the bill...

    Reviews . Sep 2022
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    KRK KNS 8402

    Closed-back Headphones

    KRK’S latest cans offer quality sound, value for money and good isolation.

    Reviews Mar 2022
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    KRK KNS 8402

    Two new headphones from KRK

    KNS 6402 & 8402 unveiled

    Based on the company's previous models, the newcomers are said to provide improved comfort and isolation.

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    KRK S8.4

    NAMM 2021: KRK upgrade subwoofers

    Fourth-gen models boast extended LF

    Latest generation of subs boasts an extended LF extension and improved reflex port design.

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    KRK Rokit 7 G4

    Powered Monitor Speakers

    The KRK Rokit 7 G4 is a front-ported, bi-amped monitor with a DSP-powered EQ section, avaliable in five–, eight– and 10-inch variants.

    Reviews Sep 2019
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    KRK V6 Series 4

    Active Monitors

    KRK’s established V-series monitors have long been popular in the project studio, and now they’ve been given a major overhaul.

    Reviews Jan 2017
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    KRK Rokit 6 G3

    Active Nearfield Monitor

    KRK’s distinctive–looking Rokits have long been popular in home studios. How does the newest generation fare?

    Reviews Jun 2015
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    KRK Rokit RP10-3

    Three-way Active Monitors

    Think three-way monitors are out of reach for your project studio? Think again...

    Reviews May 2012
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    KRK KNS 8400

    Studio Headphones

    KRK are well established in the world of studio monitors. Now they're expaning into the headphone market.

    Reviews Mar 2011
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    Q. Can my monitors go on their sides?

    As the positioning of my workstation is a bit awkward, it would be great if I could place my KRK VXT8 monitors horizontally....

    Sound Advice Mar 2010
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    KRK Ergo

    Room Correction System

    This hardware-based room correction system includes an audio interface and monitor controller. Is it the answer to your acoustics nightmares, or just too good to be true?

    Reviews Mar 2009
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    KRK RP6 G2

    Active Studio Monitors

    These monitors may look like their more expensive siblings, but do they also share the family sound?

    Reviews Nov 2008
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    KRK VXT6 & VXT8

    Active Studio Monitors

    The mid-priced studio monitor market is competitive. So what sets KRK's new offerings apart from the crowd?

    Reviews Aug 2008
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    KRK Expose E8B

    Active Studio Monitors

    KRK aim at the market for top-quality monitoring with these heavyweight new contenders.

    Reviews Dec 2007
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    KRK VXT4

    Active Nearfield Monitors

    More often than not, project studios don't have the luxury of a large room, so it's good to know that compact monitors like these KRKs can produce serious results in smaller spaces.

    Reviews Aug 2007
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    KRK V Series 2

    Active Monitors

    KRK's well-known V Series has been overhauled, making these active monitors even more tempting for the home studio owner.

    Reviews Mar 2005
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    KRK Rokit 5 & Rokit 8

    Active Monitors

    KRK's new monitors use glass-fibre cone technology to offer a big sound for those on a budget.

    Reviews Aug 2004
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    Monitors vs Hi-fi Speakers: Part 2

    For Project Studio Monitoring

    We conclude our two-part examination into whether the traditional distinction between studio monitors and hi-fI speakers is justified. This month, the power-handling and compression characteristics of our four test monitors come under scrutiny...

    Techniques Jul 2002
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    KRK V4

    Active Studio Monitor

    This active nearfield monitor offers stunning audio performance from its extremely compact cabinet dimensions.

    Reviews Apr 2002
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    Monitors Demystified: Part 1

    Compromise & Approximation

    Monitor speakers affect nearly all the descisions we make when recording and mixing — yet most of us know very little about how they are designed, and why they sound the way they do. In the first of a new series, Phil Ward explains what goes into the design of typical passive nearfields, and the effects they can have on what we record.

    Sound Advice Oct 2000


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