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KRK Rokit 7 G4 Review: The Optimal Studio Monitor for Clarity and Value

For the music enthusiasts at One City Music Group, let's dive into the KRK Rokit 7 G4, a choice that might just be music to your ears for studio monitoring.

Introducing the KRK Rokit 7 G4: This bi-amped monitor is a front-ported gem with a DSP-powered EQ section, tailored to address common room and speaker placement challenges. Standing out in the Rokit G4 series, which includes five, eight, and 10-inch variants, the seven-inch model is an ideal fit for typical home studios, offering a balance between size and performance.

Design and Build: The Rokit 7 G4 flaunts a seven-inch woofer and one-inch tweeter, both adorned with yellow woven Kevlar cones for robustness and consistency in sound quality. The design is thoughtful, with radiused edges on a moulded front baffle to cut down diffraction effects, and a lightly textured black plastic foil finishing the enclosure. What's more, its wide, shallow port not only enhances the low-end frequencies but also allows for greater placement flexibility compared to rear-firing ports.

Sound and Performance: The standout feature is its DSP-hosted EQ with 25 preset settings, enabling fine-tuning for room acoustics and desk reflections. These settings use a mix of shelving, parametric filters, and a notch filter to combat desk reflections, providing a customizable experience. Upon testing, these speakers impress with their detailed yet smooth sound profile, offering clean mids and a surprisingly tight bass for a small ported speaker. The stereo imaging is commendable, making them an apt choice for getting a true sense of your mixes without fatigue.

Value Proposition: Priced at around £419.98 per pair including VAT and $478 per pair, these speakers present themselves as a cost-effective solution in the studio monitor market. Considering their versatility, build quality, and sound fidelity, they represent a significant value for both professional and home studio settings.

In conclusion, the KRK Rokit 7 G4 strikes as an ideal candidate for those seeking a blend of precision, adaptability, and value. Whether for recording, mixing, or just enjoying music, these monitors could very well be the next addition to your studio arsenal.


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