KRK Rokit RP7 G4

Active Studio Monitor

  • Equipped with: 6.5" Glass aramid woofer and 1" glass aramid tweeter
  • Power: 145 Watts - 48 Watts tweeter, 97 Watts woofer
  • Bi-amped Class-D amplifier
  • Frequency response: 42 - 40000 Hz
  • Max. SPL: 110 dB SPL
  • Integrated illuminated LC display
  • 25 Visual graphic EQ presets (DSP based)
  • KRK app with room correction tools (iOS + Android)
  • Brickwall Limiter
  • Connectors: Combo input XLR / 6.3 mm jack balanced
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 339 x 225 x 284 mm
  • Weight: 7.6 kg
  • Price per piece

Further Information

Speaker size 1x 6,5", 1x 1"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 145 W
Magnetic Shielding Yes
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) No
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes

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Calin-Mihnea, 11.09.2020
For my needs the Rokit RP7 checks all the marks. It has a good sound quality, good volume for a home studio (would not recommend less, as sometimes I do hit the vicinity of the max setting) and also a nice build quality, as well.

There are no downsides, just a little rant. Although the EQ LCD is a nice feature, and you don't find it at a lot of monitors, the values which you can play with are fairly limited. Sometimes you would just want to go further and tweak it a little bit more.
Also, both LCD's are placed on the back of the monitors, which really is a spot where you would not want to go a lot, by constantly rotating your monitors and bending over the desk. Don't get me wrong, any spot would be inconvenient (except for the front, which obviously cannot be done), but I would've been perfect if I had the option to control my settings VIA Bluetooth, through a Mobile/Desktop app.
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Unusable as studio monitors because of noise
Invincing, 18.04.2020
I had purchased RokIt 5's a few years back, but wanted some more volume for the sound, and yes, these have larger and louder sound. Initially I got b-stock RP7's, but they had bad hissing noise (even on low volume), so I had to get them returned and bought a-stock instead. Unfortunately the a-stock speakers suffer from the same noise issue, so I will need to get these returned as well. The old RokIt 5's have noticeable noise only if you move your ear very close to the speaker, but with these the noise is clearly audible even from a few meters away. These are unsuitable for studio work, maybe they could be used for DJ practice or something, but not for listening any recorded material, as the noise will hide possible sound quality issues of the recordings.
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Levon.me , 17.09.2020
The monitors are very good, I have been using it for 2 weeks and I am completely satisfied, very good bass. the only thing that didn’t make me happy is that if you press the high-pass filter, it will remain inside and will not sound on it when you get it out of the box, be careful. In general, the monitors look good, new and sound, too. Do not buy yamaha 7, krk is much better, there is a very large selection of frequencies from behind, in short, take krk you will not regret it, if there is a possibility, then 7 models and not 5
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home professional Studio
insomnij, 21.02.2020
Krk my first Studio monitors.
I didn't come across them right away. I chose for a very long time, reviewed many hours of reviews on youtube.
Initially, I looked at the tomann JBL 305P MKII, they were satisfied with the price-quality ratio, plus they are inexpensive on the budget.
Of course it is worth adding that if the yamaha company were not such villains, and in my country would not cost sky-high money, then of course without doubt the choice would fall on them. But not fate.
So I didn't come across krk right away, but after listening to it, I couldn't stop loving it.
It remained only to determine the model. The fives were received positively by many reviewers, but still without enthusiasm(in terms of sound reliability).
You could take eights, but for my small Studio, this is too much. So by process of elimination, the choice fell on seven. And it's delicious.
I will not repeat the specification, the feeling of the sound is just Bombay.
A lot of settings, a convenient menu on the back side, with a display.
The monitors themselves are amazing, the quality of the materials, they are gorgeous.
I didn't find any disadvantages, except that I had to buy them earlier.
Bottom line: I'm very happy with the choice, krk is a cool alternative to yamaha.
Sound, price, quality
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