KRK Rokit 10 G3 - 3-way 148W 10" Midfield Powered Studio Monitor (Discontinued)

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92 out of 100. Incorporating 30+ ratings and reviews.

Street Price: 

$449
KRK Rokit 10
KRK Rokit 10

The KRK Rokit 10 G3 is a loud three-way active studio monitor that features a 148W 3-way amp, a drives a big 10" aramid glass composite woofer, a 4" mid frequency driver, and a 1" dome tweeter.

The bigger woofer and the front firing port makes this studio monitor ideal for mixing bass heavy, and to do so at louder volumes.

The dedicated mid frequency driver prevents the bottom end from muddying the mids, and it is mounted on a flexible module for easier positioning.

With its three drivers and bigger cabinet, expect the KRK Rokit 10 G3 to take a bit more space, and to be heavy.

Wrapping up its features is its distinct yellow colored woofer, which is KRK's signature feature, as seen in many home studios.

KRK Rokit 10 G3 Specifications:

  • Driver: 10" Aramid Woofer, 4" Aramid MF Driver, 1" Dome Tweeter
  • Amplifier: 80W LF, 30W MF, 30W HF
  • Inputs: 1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4" TRS, 1 x RCA
  • Frequency Response: 25Hz-30kHz (-10dB)
  • Crossover Frequency: 378Hz, 3.3kHz
  • Enclosure: Ported
  • Controls: Volume, HF Level and LF Level Knobs
  • Dimensions: 14.4" x 12.8" x 21.5"
  • Weight: 46 lbs.

KRK Rokit 10 G3 Frequency Response Chart

KRK Rokit 10 G3 Frequency Response Chart

Pros

Most of those who rate the Rokit 10 G3 highly find its overall performance to be impressive and reliable. A good number of users are very pleased with its low-end and mid-range response. Value for money also came up a number of times.

Cons

There are a few users who find the bass frequencies to be a bit too heavy. Some experts cautioned that the volume levels of this monitor may be too much for small listening/mixing spaces, but then again you can simply dial the volume down.

Overall

Having been superseded by the new G4 line, these are difficult to find new in stores these days. To see which monitors we currently recommend, take a look at our guide to The Best Studio Monitors.

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