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    Default Krk Rokit powered RP8 G2

    Sorry guys i will eventually stop asking questions but when your changing your setup theres so much choice (remember i am down sizing) so i have decided on the NI S4 now for the speakers 400 for the pair. KrK Rokit powered RP8 G2 they have awsom reviews, does anybody on here use these and whats peoples opinions or alternate options
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    A lot of people have the Rokits and love them. Myself included, altho I have the G1s.

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    Are the 8's so much different from the 6's for sound and quality
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    8's will give you more bass and maybe be a little louder, but they'll take up a lot more room. I have some Mackie 5's and they thump just fine.
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    I'm not too sure on the 8's. But I run an S4 with rokit 6's and it sounds amazing in my bedroom environment. I find it as loud and bass heavy as I would want it.

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    well thats another side of the coin, rokit 6's or 8's i think it would be a case of going and listening to hear the difference
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieDee'j View Post
    well thats another side of the coin, rokit 6's or 8's i think it would be a case of going and listening to hear the difference
    If you get the 6s, use the difference in price and get a subwoofer

    I have the 8s and still use a subwoofer. My neighbors love me!!

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    what do you think would be better paka, the 8's or the 6's and sub
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    6's and a sub are going to have better low end response than two 8's by themselves by far.

    Even the KRK 8's only stretch down to 45hz on the low end, and that is there max low, they really do well in the 70-200hz range.


    If you really want that clean sub-low extension, a separate sub is a must.


    Ive got two dual 15" full range studio monitors, and a Panasonic tube amp to power them, I just don't have a studio (bedroom) big enough to use them...


    So I also have two 6" G2 Rockit's and an obscene sub for the bedroom, I don't ever run the sub any where close to its peak, but the low end is puts out is a dream...
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    Quote Originally Posted by exokinetic View Post
    6's and a sub are going to have better low end response than two 8's by themselves by far.

    Even the KRK 8's only stretch down to 45hz on the low end, and that is there max low, they really do well in the 70-200hz range.


    If you really want that clean sub-low extension, a separate sub is a must.
    Can't disagree with any of this.

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