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post #16 of 21

why do you wan to get a 2.1 system when you can get the krk rp10-3?
 

post #17 of 21

The krk rp10-3 are just massive, I have the RP8's, which I like and they are pretty big already.

post #18 of 21

I've got the 6s (no sub) and FWIW when I crank it up I can feel the bass in my chest (so can my neighbors). Also I use a dinner table as a computer desk cause these guys are absolutely massive.

post #19 of 21

The 8's would be plenty. I dig them a lot. 

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by TheRH View Post

I have the KRK 8's and love them, you will not be let down at all. I will tell you this, go for a audio interface that has balanced outs, it makes a huge difference.

 

What do you think about the 8's as speakers just for listening to music? I have the 5's at the moment but probably going to upgrade at some point, and one option could be the Rokit 8's. A new set of active monitors would be more convenient than a stereo amp + passive hifi speakers.

post #21 of 21

I use my KRK's are great all around speakers, especially for music. I listen to a variety of music from Beastie Boys to Diana Krall, Led Zeppelin to Ray Charles, and Deamau5 to Gypsy Kings. In the past I always had a 2.1 set up, and was a bit hesitant of not having a sub. Fast forward to over a year later, I can't really say I miss having a sub at all. :) The only downside to the 8's is there size, they are not small. But man these guys are a great all around speaker.

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