Excerpt: I listened to a bunch of monitors in this price range and found that the KRK VXT8's had the flattest sounding frequency response. And what made me buy them over other less expensive monitors with smooth response was the low end fequency range and loud volume power.
Excerpt: I purchased the VXT6 monitors to replace a set of M-audio Bx5a's. There is no comparison. The VXT6 is an incredible value for the price. I had the opportunity to audition them against several others speaker both in and above this price point and kept coming back to the KRK's.
Excerpt: With the new line from KRK. The VXT series was introduced using many of the same components and design as their high end EB monitors. The VXT8 is on par with the monitors at twice the price. I decided to update my monitoring chain from the RP series by skipping a generation.
Excerpt: The VXT6 is used in a 2.1 extreme nearfield (< 3ft) office music system. Build quality is very good. Industrial design is quite attractive. Compared to my JBL 4328 2.1 system at home, the VXT6 may be a little more revealing. Treble is very smooth and detailed.
Summary: i have tested it about 1 month ... i produce hardstyle and gabber ... in this genre you sit about 80 hour on your kick .... eqing distorting overdive reverb eg ... half of the time you need lot of sub ..
Summary: great sound quality. clear all accross full frequency range. i have used KRKs for a while now, and i am very pleased with them. i can use them for hours without my ears getting tired at all. these monitors stand up to the more expensive genelecs and mackies.
Summary: I bought these speakers in part because I produce electronic music but mainly because I wanted a more accurate sound system in my living room with a better low frequency response than my old hi-fi stereo, and hey, if you spend even an hour a day listening to bassy music then you're just not enjoying...