KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 DemoItem ID: Rokit103G2d3
10" Active 3-way Studio Monitor with 1" HF Driver, 4" MF Driver, 70W LF/20W HF Power, XLR/TRS/RCA Inputs, Input Sensitivity Control, and HF Level Control (ea)
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Great 3-way Solution for Midfield Monitoring!Get precise midfield monitor performance from KRK's Rokit Powered 10-3 midfield 3-way powered active monitors. If you need accurate monitoring for your larger project studio or commercial facility, these midfield monitors have what it takes. A 140W amp drives the 10" and 4" glass aramid composite LF and MF drivers, as well as the 1" neodymium soft dome tweeter. The glass aramid composite is very rigid and responsive, for amazing transient response and detail. And with the adjustable MF and HF design, you'll get ideal performance no matter how you place the KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 active monitors in your studio.
KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 Active Studio Monitor at a Glance:
The 3-way design of the KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 gives you fantastic accuracy in midrange frequencies. By designating 400Hz-3.75kHz to the mid-frequency driver you'll enjoy clear monitoring in this highly critical range, without the masking or distortion from lower frequencies you get in some 2-way speaker designs.
The KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 can be placed either horizontally or vertically, thanks to the rotatable MF/HF driver baffle. That means that no matter how you have your control room laid out, you'll be able to integrate the Rokit Powered 10-3 monitors without sacrificing monitoring performance.
To maximize low frequency output without compromising accuracy, the KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 monitors sport a front-ported design. While rear-ported designs can cause boundary coupling with nearby corners and walls, the front-ported Rokit Powered 10-3 extends low frequency response without creating boundary issues.
KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 Active Studio Monitor Features:
Get amazing full-range performance from the KRK Rokit Powered 10-3 active studio monitor!
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David, Renton, WA
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
by Nathanael from UtahI hesitated to buy these because my room is pretty small. I have a lot of absorption and some diffusion up, but still - when you're looking frequencies down to 30 Hz, it's generally unwise to put what... read more [+] amounts to two glorified subwoofers in a rectangular room that is smaller than most iso booths.
April 8, 2013
Music Background: Audio Engineer, Musician, Mycologist
But what the heck.
Since I'm not the monster-truck loving, 64 oz steak eating, everything-in-excess Lazarus Long type, I knew I wasn't trying to make a point by getting the biggest-a-- monitors I could get on my limited personal budget. Having worked with several of the big names in monitors, including ADAM, Genelec, Focals, JBLs in a past life, I nonetheless found myself being drawn to three-way designs for their superior reproduction of mid-range frequencies.
I also hesitated saying anything about these after only having owned them for a few days. It's been a few years since I've done engineering work, so the inevitable halo-effect of near/mid-fields over cheap consumer crap was sure to cloud my judgment. But the bottom line is this, after running them through some trials: if you can't mix with these, your problem is not gear-related.
Even in my grossly imperfect, tiny, and asymmetrical room, the sheer wavefront created by these controlled monsters drowns out the reflections enough to give me a good idea of what I'm working with. Things just translate as they should. Stuff that sounds honky is honky elsewhere. If it sounds bland on these, it is bland. Since the standard KRK presentation is a little strident for my tastes, I knocked the HF drivers down a couple of db. Ah, just right. And if you prefer to mix with a subwoofer, I can say that these are a step up from any 2.1 system because, contrary to popular belief, bass frequencies are still directional enough to be spatially discerned. You're not getting the whole picture when you shunt LF content to a nondescript location. Mixing with TWO enormous LF drivers at ear level is sure to be a revelation to whomever has not experienced it.
I'm completely happy with my purchase. Yes, I know there are better, but not at this price. In a world where everybody is obsessed with getting "the best" without knowing what the heck that means, unless you have an über budget just get these, get to know 'em, and make some good sound. You'll have know trouble doing that if you are willing to do the work that we all have to do, gear be d----. close [-]
by Baz from Sydney, AustraliaI have three KRK Rokit 10-3 powered midfield studio monitors at the front in a 7.0 surround setup, with a Marantz AV7005 pre/pro, two KRK Rokit 5 at the rear, and two Infinity ES250 as side surrounds ... read more [+](dipole mode).
August 28, 2012
Music Background: Film TV Post production
No need for a subwoofer.
I primarily use the setup for home theater purposes, as well as testing mixes from work (film & tv post house) and mixes from sound studios around town.
I have been absolutely staggered at how well these perform - especially for the insanely low price.
Make no mistake - These are a league above the better-known 2-way Rokit models.
* Excellent 3-way tri-amplified design.
* Uniquely Midfield / Nearfield friendly.
* Exceptionally, clean, accurate, revealing, yet immensely listenable and non-fatiquing.
* Front bass porting is superb.
* Bass response is usable down to the low 30Hz region - yet it's very tight all the way down, with no booming or bloating.
* Highs are smooth and non-fatiguing.
* RCA and canon inputs.
* Surprisingly flexible with room & back-wall placement.
* They're relatively large - but only as large as they need to be.
* Power to spare.
* Having the flexibility to rotate the tweeter/midrange to have them on their sides is just terrific.
Compared these to the Dynaudio DM5A and DM6A Mk II, Yamaha HS-80M, JBL LSR2328, Mackie HR8 Mk II and Event 2020.
These are just unbeatable. Simple as that. close [-]
A Much Needed Monitoring Solution!
by Dontae Dynamite from Richmond,VAI've spent years and thousands of dollars searching for that elusive sound of a finished record and many years later I felt like a fool when I discovered the problem/answer. The answer was right in fr... read more [+]ont of me the whole time. If you cant accurately hear your mixes how can you make wise mix decisions? Treat your room acoustically first and then invest in full range monitoring. Most monitors only have a woofer and a tweeter which are nice but they fail to accurately reveal what is really going on in the midrange(the heart of the mix). I used to wonder why all the engineers I looked up to had 3 or more sets of monitors including broadband monitors(NS-10s, KRK V6s or Dynaudios) midrange monitors(Auratones,Avantones or Behritones) and bass monitors(subwoofers/wall mounted speakers). My advice to anyone contemplating the purchase and you only have a budget for one set ,these monitors are a great place to start because of the midrange focus. Yo can buy multiple sets of monitors or you can buy one pair and get similar results, as always ......its your choice. close [-]
February 19, 2012
Music Background: Recording/Mix Engineer
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