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    Hi, I currently have some krk rokit 6 for my monitor connected by xlr but want to add some more speakers to my system facing out to seating.
    I currently have a pioneer djm900 but am not sure of the best way to do this or connect.
    Would I be better getting some more active speakers, if so what's the best way to connect or should I buy a seperate small amp and some passive speakers?

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    I'd put the krks on the Booth Monitor and then get a pair of QSC K8s or bigger depending on the size of room

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    Clearly you need these: https://www.kefdirect.com/kef-muon.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaPeterson9x View Post
    Hi, I currently have some krk rokit 6 for my monitor connected by xlr but want to add some more speakers to my system facing out to seating.
    I currently have a pioneer djm900 but am not sure of the best way to do this or connect.
    Would I be better getting some more active speakers, if so what's the best way to connect or should I buy a seperate small amp and some passive speakers?
    Are you talking a PA setup?

    I have a pair of EV 15" monitors that I currently use for wedges, but you could easily use these for main speakers to an audience.

    For studio monitors, I'm currently using Focal Alpha 80s, which I upgraded to from KRK Rockit 8s.

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