KRK RP10-3 Active Monitor (Single)

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Product Code: 9999-09742
KRK RP10-3
$999.00
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$499.00
UPC:
816654002952
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KRK RP10-3 G3 Active Monitor (Single)

The KRK Rokit RP10-3 Monitor is a Mid-field 3-way monitor system in a compact form factor and at a breakthrough price that delivers loud and accurate sound reproduction to satisfy professional needs!

KRK's ROKIT 10-3 G3 (Generation 3) powered studio monitor offers professional performance and accuracy for recording, mixing, mastering and playback. The system consists of a 1” soft dome tweeter, a 4” midrange driver and 10” glass-Aramid composite woofer. It delivers high frequencies up to 30kHz, vocal clarity and extended bass response. The proprietary tri-amped, class A/B amplifier grants SPL up to 113dB. The ROKIT waveguide is designed to ensure detailed imaging in the listening position. The front-firing bass port reduces boundary coupling, the rotatable midrange module allows flexible positioning in the room while the engineered surface reduces diffraction distortion. Multiple input connections ensure the ROKIT 10-3 G3 will easily integrate in any system configuration.

Being a true mid-field solution and also the largest monitor of the ROKIT Family, the KRK ROKIT 10-3 G3 will deliver large scale studio performance paired with ample headroom and tight bass tuning.

KRK RP10-3 G3 Active Monitor (Single) Features

  • Tri-amped class A/B amplifier offering large headroom and low distortion
  • Proprietary waveguide optimized for superior imaging
  • 1” Soft-dome tweeter provides pristine clarity and extended response up to 35kHz
  • High-frequency adjustment tailors the system to personal taste
  • Lightweight, glass-Aramid composite woofer delivers clear midrange and tight bass
  • Low-frequency adjustment tailors the monitors to taste and adjusts for room acoustics
  • Front Firing Port — Low-frequency extension while reducing boundary coupling
  • Radiused edges reduce distortion from diffraction
  • Low-resonance enclosure for minimized distortion and colorization
  • Multiple audio input connectors (XLR, ¼”, RCA) for universal connectivity in any studio environment
  • Factory installed foam pad provides isolation between the speaker and surface

KRK RP10-3 G3 Active Monitor (Single) Specifications

  • Configuration: 3-Way
  • System type: Active Studio Monitor
  • HF Transducer: 1" Soft-dome tweeter
  • MF/HF Cone material: Aramid Glass Composite Woofer
  • LF Transducer: 10" Aramid glass composite woofer
  • Freq. Range (-10dB): 25Hz - 30kHz
  • Crossover Freq.: 378Hz / 3.3kHz
  • Total Power: 148 Watts
  • HF Power: 30 Watts
  • LF Power: 86 Watts
  • Peak SPL: 113 dB
  • Auto-Standby: 30 minutes
  • Cabinet Material: MDF
  • Connectors: Unbalanced 7kΩ RCA,
  • Balanced 10kΩ ¼" TRS and XLR. Pin 2 & Tip = Hot\Positive, Pin 3 & Ring = Cold\Negative, Pin 1 & Sleeve = Ground
  • Controls:
    • HF Level Adjust (-2dB, -1dB, 0, +1dB)
    • LF Level Adjust (-2dB, -1dB, 0, +2dB)
    • System Volume (-30dB to +6dB)
  • Magnetic Shielding: Yes
  • Product Dimensions (D x W x H): 14.4" x 12.8" x 21.5" - (365mm x 325mm x 545mm)
  • Product Net Weight: 43.95 lbs (19.9kg)

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  • 5
    Way better than they should be

    Posted by Michael on Oct 26th 2017

    I bought a 2nd Gen pair of these from Front End a couple years ago and they immediately became my go-to monitors. When I moved cross country I sold my old pair thinking I'd upgrade, but after testing out several much more expensive options, I ended up just buying a 3rd Gen pair of these. I like them that much. They are an absolute steal for what you're getting. They're part of the Rokit series, but they're a different beast entirely. If they said VXT and cost double, they'd probably sell more. Nothing I've listened to under a grand comes close. For anyone serious about audio, you have to try out a 3-way speaker configuration. These things as mid-fields sound huge and I love a lot of a bass. Nearfield, the clarity (especially for vocals) is great and they're very warm and don't fatigue. They're a little uneven in mid bass frequency response, but it's easy to learn them and then you're golden. I've been doing mixing/mastering freelance for almost a decade. Definitely consider these.