✅ How To Use KRK Rokit 5 G3 Studio Monitor Speakers Review

✅ How To Use KRK Rokit 5 G3 Studio Monitor Speakers Review

How To Use KRK Rokit 5 G3 Studio Monitor Speakers Review
**REVISED G2 Version – Thanks for the correction! 🙂
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KRK Rokit 5 G3 Studio Monitor Speakers

KRK Systems is one of the world’s most respected manufacturers of studio reference monitors. In their state of the art design facility, KRK engineers create products that deliver natural and balanced spectral response with low distortion and superior imaging. KRK Studio Monitors have been the professional’s choice of recording engineers and artists for mixing and mastering hit records around the globe, as they need to hear every nuance of the audio being reproduced. KRK ROKIT Generation 3 monitors continue in this design philosophy, so regardless of your musical style, genre, or particular mixing needs, KRK Rokits deliver.

ROKIT 5 Powered Monitor – Generation 3
KRK’s ROKIT 5 G3 (Generation 3) powered studio monitors offer professional performance and accuracy for recording, mixing, mastering and playback. The system consists of a 1” soft dome tweeter and 5” glass-Aramid composite woofer. It delivers high frequencies up to 35kHz, vocal clarity and extended bass response. The proprietary bi-amped, class A/B amplifier grants SPL up to 106dB. The ROKIT waveguide is designed to ensure detailed imaging in the listening position. The front-firing bass port reduces boundary coupling to allow flexible positioning in the room while the engineered surface reduces diffraction distortion. Multiple input connections ensure the ROKIT 5 G3 will easily integrate in any system configuration.

As one of the most used Studio monitors in the world, the ROKIT 5 is a high valuable and compact solution towards an accurate mix.

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Readers Comments (50)

  1. Hello, and welcome to food wishes dot com.

  2. GameFirst_游戏先锋 January 3, 2021 @ 10:42 pm

    759 disagree for nail color? lol

  3. ภูกามยาว สตูดิโอ January 3, 2021 @ 10:43 pm

    give me my 9 mins

  4. Hey, @things I Use, thanks, Where did you ver this table? Nice vídeo tho

  5. Scarlet 212 and krk are a good combination,both and compatible with protools.. just this alone with a mxl990 mic will give you the sound and output of a 100000 studio quality..furthermore everything’s base on mix and MASTERING..

  6. Useless

  7. is acoustic panels must

  8. Hello, this is chef Jon from food wishes dot com wiiiitthhh……

  9. Those nails…I have many questions

  10. Why is it necessary to have distracting music in the background as you talk

  11. Tf with the nails

  12. This crap was very musically unwatchable dam that music in this video lost me

  13. i have first generation KRK ROKITS 8 , are the new gens better ?

  14. if my krk 10 makes a loud distorted noise and then stops working…is that speaker or the amp?

  15. You talk a lot and don’t show how To connect in practice? Bad.

  16. Clearly says g2 on the back.

  17. Let me see your toe nails HAHA

  18. My mix audio sounds great😌

  19. Absolute shit. Not informative at all

  20. rocket 5 a joke! get 8s punk!

  21. SYNTHESIZER IS KING January 3, 2021 @ 11:09 pm

    Why do so many people find a way to hate someone so they can discriminate against them!? Very nice calm detailed information. Thank you so much for posting. Keep up the good work.

  22. Jason666razorback January 3, 2021 @ 11:10 pm

    Are there any Aktive fullrange Krk speakers not for mixing but Just for playing trough Plugins or will every normal fullrange speakers will do the job ? Thx

  23. People need to shut the fuck up about the nail and be more pissed off about scratching the tweeter and the unbalanced TS Cable plugged into the balance TRS output. 2 big no no’s. honestly what apes care about the nail in this day and age?

  24. Don’t waste your time with this video. explains nothing.

  25. Dum video

  26. ffs get to the point, people just want to know what to plug in..

  27. Do you master your sons on the KRK?
    Great video!👌

  28. DUDE you killed the review….that nail needs a "fill in" hahahaha

  29. R u lapfox?

  30. @
    The Stuff I Use Channel

    AND @ All comment readers/writers:

    I love these Monitors: Thanks for your input, so to speak:

    Do you, or anyone reading this comment know if its possible to plug a Samsung A40 Phone into the Rokit G3s to record my digital audio from my Roland FX8 Piano practice/playing, as opposed to simply using the mic onboard the phone?

    Using the mobile phone video mic, you can clearly hear the clicking noise as the fingers touch the synthetic plastic keys:

    I cant turn the sound up to mask it, as I would obviously be pissing of the neighbours, and headphones give me tinnitus: I could use the Workstations headphone jack I/O to phone jack but it would be mono audio only, with limited control over quality:

    FYI: I have a Roland Fantom Fx8 Digital Workstation with these connected as my main speakers via XLR to TRS: On my PC I have the G3s connected to my Behringer Audio interface UMC404HD to record the audio direct from UNC404HD to PC via Cyberlink Audio Director
    [very simple to set up BTW]

    BUT: As I am currently redecorating my house, I now have the Roland Workstation and G3s as a standalone for playing/practice in a separate room until I set it all back up again:

    Thanks in advance:

  31. Absolute trash. Do not buy these. If you don’t use your speakers for a certain period of time they shut off. The only way I can get them to turn back on is to go to sound settings and keep pressing test until they turn on. At times it takes 10 times for them to turn off. This is a "safety" concern because Europe is dumb and they can’t be expected to turn off the monitors when they are done.

  32. Get a manicure before your next video, bud.

  33. Nice manicure madam

  34. is there anyway to connect these to a phone using a certain cable or no?

  35. Are two monitors needed?

  36. So still you didn’t show us how to connect it properly to the interface, what’s the point of this video?!! 🤨🧐🙄

  37. can we use different gen of ROKIT 5 as set up? like 1 gen2 and one gen3

  38. Marie Studio Eritrea January 3, 2021 @ 11:30 pm

    Focusrite wz krk is not good ?

  39. Is it worth connecting to my phone or should I use a uetooth speaker?

  40. Downvoted for uptalking constantly like a valley girl

  41. If Tony Bennett recorded musical audio hardware reviews they’d probably sound a lot like…

  42. GhostWrecker {III} January 3, 2021 @ 11:32 pm

    This was a g2 you mango boy

  43. That nail color i can see if it was black …..

  44. One day you need to clean them…

  45. Do you mix professionally in that echoey ass room using 5” KRK’s?

  46. love these comments lol hahaha!

  47. I get it! You choose red for you nail because of the focusrite, right?

  48. BoldCautionProductions January 3, 2021 @ 11:37 pm

    what do you use to split the lineout signals from a digital piano to drive both the KRK Rokits and a subwoofer? Is there an active splitter – I see passive splitters on ebay.

  49. Олег Пацкевич January 3, 2021 @ 11:38 pm

    God damn. Don’t touch tweeter!

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