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KRK Rokit Powered 10-3

Active Monitor from KRK belonging to the Rokit Powered (1st Generation) series

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Quantum-MusicQuantum-Music

Very good!

KRK Rokit Powered 10-3Published on 07/24/12 at 06:51
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I looked for three-way speakers for mastering. KRK I was very surprised in the past, so I went for. The amp is built then we talk about it. There are filters trimmings in the back that I always leave at 0db. I use it coupled with KRK Ergo (room enhancement geometry) in order to best correct the torque-room walls.

SOUNDS

The frequency curve is not sufficiently neutral in my opinion, especially for mastering. The stereo and dynamics are excellent on the other hand. Everything is very clear about the integrity of the spectrum.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for more than six months. Indeed, I have several pregnant before. This is the best I've had so far. What I like most is the fact that...…
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I looked for three-way speakers for mastering. KRK I was very surprised in the past, so I went for. The amp is built then we talk about it. There are filters trimmings in the back that I always leave at 0db. I use it coupled with KRK Ergo (room enhancement geometry) in order to best correct the torque-room walls.

SOUNDS

The frequency curve is not sufficiently neutral in my opinion, especially for mastering. The stereo and dynamics are excellent on the other hand. Everything is very clear about the integrity of the spectrum.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for more than six months. Indeed, I have several pregnant before. This is the best I've had so far. What I like most is the fact that the bass are present down to very low frequency without being stronger than it should. It affects the entire spectrum. Dynamics and stereo are pleasant. Only weak point: neutrality. I bought KRK Ergo for corrected this by investing another $ 600.
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djdkdancedjdkdance

that shipments of heavy.

KRK Rokit Powered 10-3Published on 03/16/12 at 07:36
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What characteristics have motivated your choice?
The fact that it is amplified, they descend lower in frequency.
I tested the A7X but frankly not convinced by the bass and I did not want to buy me a box and more.

For what purpose?
Studio coupled with a Motu 828 Hybrid.
Studio One Pro 2

SOUNDS

The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?
Ben I treated my config using ARC and there without any adjustment against roule.Par there is a gap between 3-5kHz

The stereo is good?
If you took the time to place the speakers was really like being among the musicians and to place them exactly where you want in space.

The sound is clear and precise across the spectrum?
I think...…
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What characteristics have motivated your choice?
The fact that it is amplified, they descend lower in frequency.
I tested the A7X but frankly not convinced by the bass and I did not want to buy me a box and more.

For what purpose?
Studio coupled with a Motu 828 Hybrid.
Studio One Pro 2

SOUNDS

The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?
Ben I treated my config using ARC and there without any adjustment against roule.Par there is a gap between 3-5kHz

The stereo is good?
If you took the time to place the speakers was really like being among the musicians and to place them exactly where you want in space.

The sound is clear and precise across the spectrum?
I think it has nothing to envy of A7X yet are known for their clarity. Can be heard by a small breath against if one is less than 1 meter from the speaker but it does not matter because according to the mode of employment is stated that ideally it should be approx. 3 meters from the monitor.

OVERALL OPINION

How long you use it?
it'll be 3 months and for now I am more than happy.

Did you tried many other models before buying it?
Tannoy 6.5 - Adam A7X

What is so special that you love the most, least?

+

Very high power (have a large room)
XLR connections - Jack - RCA
No need to have a subwoofer for bass (unless required to sub-bass)
Foam insulation under the anti-vibration speaker

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Very heavy (feet provide solid)
Knobs and on / off the back
Peckish between 3-5kHz (offset by adjustments or system type ARC)
Not as top local monitor (power + too we hear a little breath if you are at least 1.5)

How would you rate the quality / price?
No comparison because no similar product

With experience, you do again this choice?
Perfectly! Because they really potato and cover very well the whole band from 30Hz to 20kHz (after adjustments)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: KRK
  • Model: Rokit Powered 10-3
  • Series: Rokit Powered (1st Generation)
  • Category: Active Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 04/06/2011

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