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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by alex991, Aug 31, 2007.
Which monitors are a better buy? the v series or rokit?
It really depends on the purpose for your monitors. The V Series and Rokit Series have different price ranges so you're going to have to be a little more descriptive on what you're using them for. Also, you might want to take this to Digital Audio in the 'Special Interest' section since they are studio monitors
Thanks for the response
I intend to connect them to a Tascam FW1082 mixing desk, to record from keyboard and guitar and of course......vocals.
the reason i'm asking (or the main reason) is because the price between the 2 ranges overlap loads so like i could get the krk rp8 for £399 or the V4 for 360.
What is the difference?
I recommend the KRK RP-8, you will find a lot of reviews with great ratings for this monitor as well. It's all about preference, and you'll hear a lot of people preferring one product over another but all I can say is that a pair of these monitors are super solid and bang for the buck. Tight low-end response and highs are not too bright or harsh
The V series is more accurate overall. Better clarity over all the ranges, better components. The Rockit series sounds muddy to me. I picked the passive ST-6's. They're basically a non powered V-6, need to use your own amp. They're absolutely fantastic though. Highly recommended.
Look at M-Audio BX-8's.
KRK ST's or V series.
Alesis series, you choose.
Right there are some great choices, that you can hopefully squeeze into your budget. You will not be dissapointed.
ok thanks, high quality components and better accuracy is important to me so i think i'm going to go with the V4. also i think the rp-8's are a little big and its quite a small room i'll be using them in.
Thanks both of you for all your help