KRK Systems founded by Keith Klawitter in 1986 have become one of the leading brands in the world of monitoring, one of the few manufacturers who’s products have caught the ear and then become firm favourites from all areas and genres of the musical spectrum, from DJ’s to singer-songwriters or bedroom producers to world leading studios. Coming to the fore at a time when affordable monitoring was something of rarity KRK Systems applied the ethos of reverse engineering from the very point of what the customers wanted from a monitor.
With a range of products to suit a large number of monitoring environments and budgets KRK Systems fit into the mix for most situations. From the hugely popular KRK Rokits to the pro’s favourite VXT ‘s, add to this the briliantly engineered KNS headphones and powerful Subwoofers the choice to suit individual requirements is pretty comprehensive!
In The Press | KRK Reviews
Future Music - KRK Rokit 10-3 Monitors
“The RP10's bottom end's tighter and deeper, there's no honkiness from the port at any listening level, the mid-range is detailed and transparent, and the top end is smooth and revealing. The RP10s don't sound hi-fi in the hyped, flattering sense, but there's an enjoyably involving character to the sound .”
Sound On Sound - KRK VXT4 Monitors
“...it's good to know that compact monitors like these KRKs can produce serious results in smaller spaces.”
ProAudioReview - KRK KNS8400 Headphones
“The 8400s are a lovely pair of headphones and an incredibly easy listen, both from a comfort and a sonic point of view. After a very short while you forget you're wearing them and just bask in the great sound.”
Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins - KRK 12sHO Subwoofer
“When I'm in the studio, I need to know what's happening at the core of my mix. I need to know what's happening with that low frequency range, otherwise it won't translate across other systems. The KRK 12sHO subwoofer gets me that accuracy. It gives me that punch, that super-tightness that I can't get from another sub. We recently used the 12sHO to mix Mary J. Blige's cover of Ain't Nobody. Mixing for the best means mixing with the best gear. The 12sHO was a huge asset, allowing us to deliver a new take on a classic, four on the floor beat - and it allows me to really go full-force. I can mix at the loudness level I need without taking it up to the mains.”