Krk Rokit 5g3
This is what you can expect from the KRK Rokit 5G3:
1). The frequency response lies between 45Herz and 35Kiloherz
2). Distortion and Colorization are minimized by the low-resonance enclosure.
3). There are foam pads isolating the speaker from the surface.
4). You can look forward to XLR, 1/4-inch and RCA audio input connectors.
5). There is a 1-inch soft-dome tweeter.
6). There are Radiused edges to reduce diffraction-related distortion.
KRK has spent the last 25 years producing some of the most interesting studio monitors in the field.
Their products are favored by both professional recording engineers and newbies that are just starting to master desktop recording.
The KRK RoKit 5G3 is actually the third generation in a series of studio speakers.
The 5G3 was designed to help recording professionals in all music genres mix and master hit records by enabling them to hear the detail in the audio it reproduces.
But the studio monitor seems to have drawn the curiosity of Hip-Hop, RnB and EDM DJs and producers in particular because, like many Rokits, it produces more bass than its competitors in the same price range.
This is on top of the Front Firing port, glass-Aramid composite woofer, proprietary waveguide, high-frequency adjustment, and Bi-amped Class A/B amplifier.
At 15 inches x 11 inches x 12 inches, this is a small speaker, perfect for home studios that don’t have much in the way of space.
But at 16 pounds, it is also quite heavy.
That hasn’t stopped people from appreciating it for its reliable build.
The 5G3 still has that yellow cone that comes with every KRK speaker.
The 35kilohertz you have been promised is reproduced by the 1-inch soft-dome tweeter.
The case is made from fiberboard (medium density) wrapped in vinyl (SPL is 106 dB). The 5-inch woofer is glass-Aramid composite.
There is a curved port in between the woofer and the base,
You will also notice a KRK logo that lights up when the speaker is activated.
The ports are front-facing, eliminating issues related to diffraction and air turbulence.
An IEC Kettle Cable provides the power.
There are multiple connectors that will permit you to use the speaker with any system.
This speaker, though small with a prominent mid-bass response, still manages to produce consistent audio.
You should expect prominent high-end frequencies, a significant mid-range punch and a tone that most people would call warm.
The mid-upper bass is sufficient for Hip Hop and RnB DJs.
1). The speaker has an attractive build that is sleek and compact but also durable.
2). Isolation pads built into the speaker.
3). Because of the front-facing ports, there is less noise and resonance.
4). The speaker has a large, punchy, clear sound that can fill a home studio.
5). The price tag is friendly
1). Some people do not like the pronounced bass
The KRK Rokit 5G3 provides balance.
You can use it to listen to music.
But it will still exceed expectations when it comes to critical listening and mastering.
People who work with genres that do not rely heavily on bass might be better off getting a flatter monitor.
But for the price, most music producers are going to appreciate this speaker.