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Active Monitor from KRK belonging to the Rokit Powered G3 series.

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KRK announces the Rokit 4 G3 Compact Powered Studio Monitors, the smallest speaker in the KRK Rokit line.

KRK Systems announces the Rokit 4 powered studio monitors. Made for musicians on the go, desktop audio, tight spaces, and mobile setups, these tiny monitors are said to transpose the power, quality, and performance of KRK’s larger monitors into a compact, portable format.

According to the manufacturer, the Rokit 4 G3 offers the typical KRK accurate, tight bass extension. The 4” woofer features glass-Aramid composite material, which preserves transient response yet moves anough air to create satisfying bass. The 1” soft-dome tweeter reproduces highs up to 35 kHz, "without the
harshness found in some other speakers" says KRK. Each speaker has its own analog, Class A/B amplifier, and incorporates superior cabinet design.

As with all Generation 3 ROKIT studio monitors, the ROKIT 4 has both high and low-frequency level controls along with balanced XLR, TRS, and unbalanced RCA inputs.

More details to follow at krksys.com.

 

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