- The KRK have two types of limiters, switchable by a switch: The first position activates a red LED limited to cases where there may need to lower earnings, the second active hard-limiter.
- Entree XLR combo jack
- No filter
- And no different settings for the HP and treble, only one main gain setting.
- Small particularity the entire surface of the underside is covered with slip resistant.
I use them to orient the creation of techno song, on PC and RS7000 (Live 6), also corrected for live recordings.
I find his pregnant neutral, certainly much more accurate than the PM-1 in the lower spectrum. The PM-1 spit more bass than the KRK it so that enough already, but much more blurred.
The midrange and treble are clear.
The PM-1 tended to slightly colored / improved the sound, not the KRK. (If one day I buy the high end, I would say certainly the same KRK ...)
I use them for several months and am very happy.
The design is very successful even if our ears do not care.
A good quality price, if I had to choose again, I repeat them.
I might be seen as buying a KRK sub if the size of my next studio allows me.