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.
KRK’s established V-series monitors have long been popular in the project studio, and now they’ve been given a major overhaul.
KRK’s distinctive–looking Rokits have long been popular in home studios. How does the newest generation fare?
Think three-way monitors are out of reach for your project studio? Think again...
KRK are well established in the world of studio monitors. Now they're expaning into the headphone market.
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?
These monitors may look like their more expensive siblings, but do they also share the family sound?
The mid-priced studio monitor market is competitive. So what sets KRK's new offerings apart from the crowd?
KRK aim at the market for top-quality monitoring with these heavyweight new contenders.
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.
KRK's well-known V Series has been overhauled, making these active monitors even more tempting for the home studio owner.
KRK's new monitors use glass-fibre cone technology to offer a big sound for those on a budget.
This active nearfield monitor offers stunning audio performance from its extremely compact cabinet dimensions.
Paul White road-tests the KRK V6 monitors to see whether quality has been sacrificed to meet an attractive price point.
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