KRK ROKIT 7 G4 7" Powered Studio Monitor


92 out of 100. Incorporating 250+ ratings and reviews.

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The ROKIT 7 is a step up in size and power from the ROKIT 5.

Featuring a 7" Kevlar Woofer versus the ROKIT 5's 5" Kevlar Woofer, the ROKIT 7 has a deeper frequency response and overall wider dynamic range.

The front-firing port gives more low-frequency thump without being overbearing.


  • Driver: 7" Kevlar Woofer, 1" Kevlar Dome Tweeter
  • Amplifier: 145W Class D
  • Inputs: 1 x XLR-1/4" combo
  • Frequency Response:42Hz-40kHz
  • Enclosure: Ported
  • Controls: Controlled via KRK Audio Tools Mobile App
  • Dimensions: 13.35" x 8.86" x 11.19" "
  • Weight: 16.76 lbs.


The one thing that users keep mentioning is how much of an upgrade this generation is over the last. While the previous generation ROKIT 7 was criticized for its bloated low-frequency range, the G4 felt more refined to some users. The bass is more controlled and consistent (in a well-treated room) and others mentioned that you might not even need a sub if your room is treated well enough.


The LCD menu behind the speaker is cumbersome to use and many users would rather have knobs and switches.


If you're already a fan of KRK's ROKIT series and want a more refined low-end thump, less colored midrange, and better overall dynamics, the ROKIT 7 G4 is a good upgrade.

Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Studio Monitors.

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