And with good reason. When you compare the on-paper specifications with their price and then you give them a listen, it’s easy to understand why so many people end up taking them home.
Whether you’re looking for a pair of Rokit 6 monitors for your dj rig, a pair of Rokit 4s for as a desktop monitor in your bedroom, or a pair of 3-way Rokit 10-3 to be the full-range monitors in your studio control room, there is a set of KRK Rokit monitors for you.
All you need to do is choose.
And we’ve made that easy, with our KRK Rokit comparison chart!
The KRK Rokit G3 Comparison Chart
Well, we did tell you. At the end of the previous section in fact.
It’s all very well having all the specifications on all those pages, but sometimes just a quick and easy table with everything all in the one place is just what you want.
Particularly when you apply a bit of handy conditional formatting…
Which KRK Rokit monitors are best for you?
Well, that depends on your circumstances.
Even if you have the budget, and you want a set of monitors that can give you all the detail from top to bottom in your mix, the RP10-3 might not be right for you if you produce in a small, bare-concrete broom cupboard. There’s just going to be too much bass on offer.
So, why not drop into Red Dog Music, give the options a listen with some convenient A/B (or C…) comparisons and talk over your setup with our recording specialists. We’ll quickly help you sort out what the right monitor speaker is for you…
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