Excerpt: KRK is one of those companies that needs no introduction. If you have the tiniest bit of knowledge in music, chances are you're familiar with the company's iconic bumblebee-coned speakers. KRK's vast fleet of studio monitors find themselves being used in recording studios around the world. Whether you're a professional music artist or an audiophile geek, the VXT4 studio monitors we're reviewing today should catch your attention.
Excerpt: The primary benefit of near-field studio monitors like KRK’s VXT 4s is that they don’t interact with the room. And that’s exactly what you need if you’re mixing down tracks in a sonically challenged environment such as a home recording studio, which probably doubles as your bedroom, living room, or garage. But most desktop speakers are designed for near-field listening, so what makes the VXT 4s worthy of their $300 (each) street price?
Pros: Clean sound; bi-amplified; independently powered; Kevlar woofers and silk tweeters produce beautiful sound.