Rokit 8 Powered Studio Monitors – KRK Systems

Rokit 8 Powered Studio Monitors – KRK Systems

Rokit 8 Powered Studio Monitors – KRK Systems

Configuration:2-Way
System type:Active Studio Monitor
Low-Frequency:8″ Aramid Glass Composite woofer
Mid-Frequency:N/A
High-Frequency:1″ soft dome tweeter
Frequency Response:44Hz – 20kHz
Max Peak SPL:109 dB
Amplifier Class:Class A-B
Power Output:90W
High Frequency:20W
Mid-Frequency:N/A
Low Frequency:70W
Input Impedance (Ohms):10 K Ohm balanced
HF Level Adjust:-2dB, -1dB, 0, +1dB
System Volume:(-30dB – +6dB)
Indicators:Power
Input Connectors:
Unbalanced RCA
Balanced 1/4″ TRS
Balanced XLR
AC Power Input:
Selectable 110V-120V / 220V-240V (50Hz – 60Hz)
or 100V (50Hz – 60 Hz)
Enclosure Construction:MDF
Finish:Black vinyl wrap
Port Configuration:Front firing slot port
Dimensions (H x W x D):15.5″ (394mm) x 10.83″ (275mm) x 11.73″ (298mm)
Weight:26 Lbs. (12 Kg.)

http://www.krksys.com/krk-studio-monitor-speakers/rokit/rokit-8.html

Readers Comments (15)

  1. this old version….not so good….very dusty sound

  2. Bought mine in 2006 or 07 and I still use them today. I’m a hobbyist and don’t blast my music.I got lucky since they have lasted so long. I agree with the Gentleman in the Vid, If I could go back I would have chosen the 5 or 6 inch for my home studio. Especially since I’ve relocated it from the living room to a bedroom.

  3. 1 gen 2 gen??

  4. adrianlittlechurch November 25, 2020 @ 7:41 pm

    I have the same but power output is 160W, not 90W. Do you know why?

  5. Classic Monitors..

  6. Really Nice Records November 25, 2020 @ 7:45 pm

    They are made in germany 馃槈 not in china

  7. Selectable 110V-120V / 220V-240V (50Hz – 60Hz), i live in Australia so does that mean i have to switch the red button at the back to 220-240v ?

  8. You have to learn monitors, just like learning an instrument. I have had these Rokits on my mind for a while but I keep plodding on with my Spirit Absolutes….

  9. wait witch exact model is this?? I can’t seem to find them. I can find the krk rokit 8’s but they look much different than these….??

  10. KRK Rokit 8. These were the older design. They have changed in recent times to the new look.

  11. hey no problems at all. Yeah with a 6inch driver you’ll get a great low end but it will be better than the 8’s. I would only go for these large speakers if you really have the space. I think 8’s are a bit big, even though I own them and like them. The 6 would be great for that sort of music. You could always also get a sub if you’re worried about the lows.

  12. If I have to switch 110 to 240v because am living in Australia do I have to change the fuse ? and power cord or can i use adapter ? thanks

  13. The Robot That Stole Your Jawb!!! November 25, 2020 @ 8:16 pm

    love my rokit 8, 1st gen, 5 years and still going strong

  14. Yeah it takes time, that’s for sure. It took me a few months to really work them out, but I’m glad I have. I will get a smaller set at some stage, just not yet because I don’t want to go through that whole process again 馃檪 Cheers for the comments.

  15. First, thank you for your review and look at these! It’s really helped my decision. I heard you say towards the end, you would buy the 5’s or the 6’s. I don’t have a whole lot of space so would probably lean towards the 6’s, but my question is; will I still get the same low end or decent enough low end? I do a lot of dance/house music and need something to monitor the lows correctly… Thanks in advance!

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