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KRK VXT6 ACTIVE studio monitor, single/pair - £299.50 / £599 @ djtechdirect.com

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Browsing through studio/active monitors and came across this monitor on offer at a local store's website. I nearly went for a pair of these myself last year (but plumped the extra for a pair of Pi…
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Browsing through studio/active monitors and came across this monitor on offer at a local store's website.

I nearly went for a pair of these myself last year (but plumped the extra for a pair of Pioneer SDJ-08's).

Highly regarded as one of the best monitors within it's price range, more suited for producers or DJ's who want more focus around punchy, bass levels, whilst still retaining a clear level of mid's and high's.

As with another monitor I've just posted & spotted on the same site (Yamaha HS8W), these are serious bits of kit and ideal for anyone looking for a professional pair of studio/production monitors, without the need for an external amp (as they're active/powered speakers).

Bargain price for the single monitor or a pair at £599, going off a Google price search.
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#1
think im getting some of these but the jbl ones
#2
This is a pretty standard price for these, they have been vastly cheaper at Thomann numerous times over the past year. They are however very good monitors for the price, definitely the best bang for buck in the category (why I bought a pair myself).

Cold from me sorry.
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JamesClark1991
This is a pretty standard price for these, they have been vastly cheaper at Thomann numerous times over the past year. They are however very good monitors for the price, definitely the best bang for buck in the category (why I bought a pair myself).

Cold from me sorry.

I disagree. As the deals here focus on what is readily available; this is a great price! This particular monitor is currently £356.74 a piece over at Thomann, who are based in Germany anyway (as good a company as they are).
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sh3z
JamesClark1991
This is a pretty standard price for these, they have been vastly cheaper at Thomann numerous times over the past year. They are however very good monitors for the price, definitely the best bang for buck in the category (why I bought a pair myself).

Cold from me sorry.

I disagree. As the deals here focus on what is readily available; this is a great price! This particular monitor is currently £356.74 a piece over at Thomann, who are based in Germany anyway (as good a company as they are).

Then it's obviously a bad time to buy judging by the product's past prices. Even if this is the best price at the moment you'd still be better off getting a price beat quote from a competitor such as Red Dog, Production Room, DV247 or SXPro, I can almost guarantee they can beat this price if asked.
They were a true steal when Thomann had the VXT6 for £215 and the VXT8 for £240 a few weeks ago.

These monitors do sound great though considering the price range, when they're set up in a decently treated room the imaging is pin point. (Not the most enjoyable listen though!)

Edited By: JamesClark1991 on Dec 07, 2014 05:01
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JamesClark1991
sh3z
JamesClark1991
This is a pretty standard price for these, they have been vastly cheaper at Thomann numerous times over the past year. They are however very good monitors for the price, definitely the best bang for buck in the category (why I bought a pair myself).

Cold from me sorry.

I disagree. As the deals here focus on what is readily available; this is a great price! This particular monitor is currently £356.74 a piece over at Thomann, who are based in Germany anyway (as good a company as they are).

Then it's obviously a bad time to buy judging by the product's past prices. Even if this is the best price at the moment you'd still be better off getting a price beat quote from a competitor such as Red Dog, Production Room, DV247 or SXPro, I can almost guarantee they can beat this price if asked.
They were a true steal when Thomann had the VXT6 for £215 and the VXT8 for £240 a few weeks ago.

These monitors do sound great though considering the price range, when they're set up in a decently treated room the imaging is pin point. (Not the most enjoyable listen though!)

Fair point, never realised they went that low!

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