KRK’s new baby monitor is the Rokit 4 G3, so called because it has a 4″ woofer, of course with the iconic yellow cone that defines the brand. Suited to small home studios, bedrooms and anywhere where space is at a premium, these are likely to be pushed into service as desktop monitors for DJs and budding producers.
The Samson Resolv RXA5 is an active, bi-amped studio monitor speaker that ought to appeal to DJs looking to set up a first home studio for both DJ practice and production. Unusually at this price, it has a ribbon tweeter, which is claimed to provide smoother treble for less fatiguing long term listening. Here’s our review..
Looking to upgrade your home DJ practice room / studio with new speakers? If you’re ambitious and have outgrown your first set, or simply are still using those gaming speakers you recommissioned when you bought your DJ controller, the Yamaha HS7 is a model you should consider.
There’s a burgeoning market out there for decent-sounding speakers than won’t break the bank. Enter the Pioneer S-DJ60X, the middle in a new range of entry level monitors from the company.
Looking for some practical, good looking, versatile and great-sounding powered speakers? The Reloop Wave 5s may be just what you’re looking for.
The S-DJ X range of speakers from Pioneer has just been announced, squaring up firmly to the likes of KRK as a basic, high-quality powered monitor range aimed directly at DJs.
Digital DJ Tips reader Terry writes: “This may seems a little silly. I was watching one of the videos for your Learn To DJ Free online course, about speakers for home use. I am currently using an iPod dock speaker which also doubles as my computer speaker via an Aux cable. I was wondering whether it is possible to practice DJ with it?