The KRK VXT -6 are a pair of monitors that I purchase in 2011. They are a pair of 6 inch active studio monitors with a 1 inch high frequency tweeter. I have always been a fan of the KRK’s (all of the ones that they make). So I knew that I would love the sound of these when I purchased them. The price was pretty expensive though costing 9 40 dollars for the pair of them; but most KRK monitors are pretty expensive no matter which ones you get. I came to these monitors from the KRK Rokit 6’s and I didn’t think that I would be able to hear a huge difference but I was wrong. These VXT 6’s are way better than the Rokit 6’s. It is almost like night and day comparing the two.
The frequency response on the VXT 6’s are 49hZ to 22 kHz. The low end frequencies are very present and depending on how you like your music it could be easy to overdue the low end because of how clean it sounds. I would always want to turn up the low end a little too much with these monitors so it took me some time to get use to them and I had to purchase a pair of Yamaha monitors as reference monitors to make sure I was not letting too much bass ride.
The highs are clean and sound great; so do the mids. I was very impressed with the overall warmth of these monitors and coming from the Rokit’s it took me sometime to retrain my ears to mix with these. The bass and low end frequency response was very clean, and that was what was throwing me off. I had never had a pair of monitors at my home studio that sounded that clean (when it comes to bass). I recommend getting these over the Rokit monitors anyday!
I heard about KRK several times before having the opportunity to listen to what give the VXT8, and there was a shock! I heard all the little errors of my mix that I could not perceive before, so I decided to buy me a pair of VXT6 which are in fact in my opinion, better balanced than VXT8.
The 6-inch woofer
The combo jack / XLR
Different settings (quite effective for that matter) that is located at the rear ...
... Are arguments that have comforted me in my choice.
I used to mix in my home studio and sometimes just to listen to music. They are connected in the output table mix XLR.
Perfection does not exist, so I put the score of 9/10.
The frequency curve is neutral, it upset me at first because I did not have the habit of studio monitoring but now I can not do without even listening to music.
The sound is clear is accurate on virtually the entire spectrum, it lacks a bit of precision in the low but good for the price hard to beat.
The stereo image is very good and natural.
The dynamic is itself perfectly respected.
I put the note 8/10 because of the small lack of precision in the bass.
I use them for 8 months now due to twenty hours a week I never had any problems with despite the fact that they are used.
I tried a few models before getting as Adam, Mackie, Behringer (yuck!) and KRK Rokit, and VXT4 VXT8.
Goodies: _The its
_The Overall quality of manufacture
_se Into standby after a few minutes of inactivity
_Peu Heating even after several hours
Cons: _Lightweight lack of precision in the low
_Bouton Power rear
The price / quality ratio is excellent but I am in no position to judge for me to have bought used.
I remake that choice without hesitation because I have not found anything better in this price range, even at the cost of nine.
The sound is impeccable, the stereo is good, the sound is clear and precise
but for electronic music, the sound is better (more appropriate) on the speaker Adam, for use of the krk Overall, this is only my opinion, are the reference speakers.
I have the speakers for over a year.
The choice was guided first by the opinion of the owner of the store and the second by the availability of the product.
I hesitated pregnant with Adam, for my style of music (Trance), are more suitable, spectrum, frequency, etc. .., but the delivery was far too long.
To give a more accurate, I listened to Adam, it is true that the sound is different, in my opinion better (more appropriate), but still, I do not regret the krk.
Now, everyone has a different sensitivity, so it is better still give it a try in a store to get his own opinion.
Simply put, nothing bad to say, very good speakers.
The quality / price ratio, perfect.
A repeat, personal opinion, I will certainly Adam, although I repeat, krk are excellent, it's just a matter of musical direction.
The precision of the speakers reveal much in the mix.C is what I prefer. I use them to make trance. I use MOTU Ultralite with a long time, and now with a Fireface 400 and the sound is excellent.
Are presented very high and bass lacks a bit to make electronics, but very very acceptable. The high level is not to tire the ear, they are just very active, and it reveals considerable detail.
The stereo image is very good, the sound is clear and precise throughout.
They lack details below 50Hz.
They are the best in this price range in my opinion.
I use them for 2 years.
I had a model home theater before ... The difference was very clear. For cons, I choose them in comparison with several other pairs such as JBL LSR2328 and Mackie, but errors out quickly mix with the speakers of their accuracy.
With experience and a little more money, I would go to the VXT 8 probably, but for the same price, I make the choice anytime!