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For use with a gaming rig, most would probably use a 1/8" "headphone jack" to dual rca adapter, followed by independent from me achieve other rca cables. Plugging into the headphone output of your motherboard (or internal sound card if you're using one) is the simplest.

You can go more complicated and have a "proper" audio interface (like say the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2),which would allow you to use trs cables (think larger or 1/4" "headphone" cable connectors, except it's designed to carry just a single channel of audio instead of two like most headphones - same connector, it's just wired differently) but I personally believe that for general purposes spending the extra money on an audio interface isn't necessary unless you're recording audio as well.

WhiteWulf is correct. When I first got the studio monitors I ran them out of the motherboard headphone jack as he stated. If you add a sub, though, you will need an audio interface. One drawback to this setup is that you will need to power on the monitors(and sub if you have one) individually, and the switch is in the back. This can be a bit of a routine. Worth it to me for the sound, but worth noting.
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For use with a gaming rig, most would probably use a 1/8" "headphone jack" to dual rca adapter, followed by independent from me achieve other rca cables. Plugging into the headphone output of your motherboard (or internal sound card if you're using one) is the simplest.

You can go more complicated and have a "proper" audio interface (like say the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2),which would allow you to use trs cables (think larger or 1/4" "headphone" cable connectors, except it's designed to carry just a single channel of audio instead of two like most headphones - same connector, it's just wired differently) but I personally believe that for general purposes spending the extra money on an audio interface isn't necessary unless you're recording audio as well.

Thanks for the info! I am going to look into these!
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They are not bookshelf speakers, curlyp, they are professional studio monitors. They are powered monitors so they do not require an amp. I have them paired with a KRK 10s sub. Those monitors are 16" tall and the UHD 550 dwarfs them. They are ungodly loud if you want them to be, yet have an incredibly clean sound at any volume. I run the whole setup through this http://www.guitarcenter.com/M-Audio/M-Track-Plus.gc which is plug and play. The studio monitors alone are better than any home theatre or computer speakers by a freaking mile, unless you spend several thousand dollars, not an exaggeration. With the sub it is an unrivaled music and gaming experience. My Klipsch pro-media ultra 5.1's finally kicked the bucket about a year ago, and after looking for a working replacement sub I got turned on to studio monitors. Trust me on this, get a pair if you have the means.

I know Mountain Mods is a bit long in the tooth but I still prefer a big spacious case for ease of access and versatility. Plus I like the way it looks, the aesthetics hold up as well imo. I also think they are good value when compared to other boutiques like Caselabs.
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WhiteWulf is correct. When I first got the studio monitors I ran them out of the motherboard headphone jack as he stated. If you add a sub, though, you will need an audio interface. One drawback to this setup is that you will need to power on the monitors(and sub if you have one) individually, and the switch is in the back. This can be a bit of a routine. Worth it to me for the sound, but worth noting.

Thanks for pointing it out. I didn't realize they were not bookshelf speakers. I am a decent home theater system (Pioneer Andrew Jones), but besides that, I am an expert!

I am looking for some really good sound while I game, watch movies, and listen to music form my PC. I will definitely look into these and more than likely give them a go.

Is there a way to connect it so you don't have to turn on or off each one individually?
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WhiteWulf is correct. When I first got the studio monitors I ran them out of the motherboard headphone jack as he stated. If you add a sub, though, you will need an audio interface. One drawback to this setup is that you will need to power on the monitors(and sub if you have one) individually, and the switch is in the back. This can be a bit of a routine. Worth it to me for the sound, but worth noting.

Why do so many forget the last letter of my name.... tongue.gif

As for the power switch, I definitely agree, but that's also why when I get a pair eventually I'll get ones with the switches up front ^_^ Really wish KRK would make a black housing Rokkit but with the driver colour that the limited had. Those would be one rather sexy pair of speakers.
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Thanks for the info! I am going to look into these!

Thanks for pointing it out. I didn't realize they were not bookshelf speakers. I am a decent home theater system (Pioneer Andrew Jones), but besides that, I am an expert!

I am looking for some really good sound while I game, watch movies, and listen to music form my PC. I will definitely look into these and more than likely give them a go.

Is there a way to connect it so you don't have to turn on or off each one individually?

You could use a power strip or surge protector to do such, but at the same time it isn't that bad of a habit to get into. Just remember to turn the speakers off before you turn off your computer otherwise there is a chance at causing the speakers to "pop"... Repeatedly doing such (which is a DC surge) can potentially damage your speakers - this is why a lot of audio interfaces have muting relays built into them for those moments when you forget to **** off the speakers first.

As for the Rokit line, its a great introductory line to studio monitors, but I will provide a word of caution: if they're going into a smaller room, you may want to look at the Rokit 6 or 5's, which have smaller drivers (speakers) in them. Rokit 8's in a small room suffer the same problem as powerful home theatre full size or tower speakers do in a small room - you can get a muddied sound, or worse, bass boom overwhelming everything.
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Why do so many forget the last letter of my name.... tongue.gif

As for the power switch, I definitely agree, but that's also why when I get a pair eventually I'll get ones with the switches up front ^_^ Really wish KRK would make a black housing Rokkit but with the driver colour that the limited had. Those would be one rather sexy pair of speakers.
You could use a power strip or surge protector to do such, but at the same time it isn't that bad of a habit to get into. Just remember to turn the speakers off before you turn off your computer otherwise there is a chance at causing the speakers to "pop"... Repeatedly doing such (which is a DC surge) can potentially damage your speakers - this is why a lot of audio interfaces have muting relays built into them for those moments when you forget to **** off the speakers first.

As for the Rokit line, its a great introductory line to studio monitors, but I will provide a word of caution: if they're going into a smaller room, you may want to look at the Rokit 6 or 5's, which have smaller drivers (speakers) in them. Rokit 8's in a small room suffer the same problem as powerful home theatre full size or tower speakers do in a small room - you can get a muddied sound, or worse, bass boom overwhelming everything.

I live with them in a small room and "muddled" is not a word I would associate with these monitors. Too much bass can be solved by using an interface, which I do. I like the look of the Rokit 8's because you can definitely tell they are specialty and not regular home speakers. When fingers are pointed and questions are asked you get to explain how they are studio monitors and then get to brag about your setup without coming off as a dick).
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Thanks for the info! I am going to look into these!

Thanks for pointing it out. I didn't realize they were not bookshelf speakers. I am a decent home theater system (Pioneer Andrew Jones), but besides that, I am an expert!



I am looking for some really good sound while I game, watch movies, and listen to music form my PC. I will definitely look into these and more than likely give them a go.

Is there a way to connect it so you don't have to turn on or off each one individually?
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Thanks for the info! I am going to look into these!

I saw this post and decided to look into your question. I ended up going to Guitar Center and getting this http://www.guitarcenter.com/American-DJ/PC-100A-8-Switch-ON-OFF-Power-Center.gc I am going to try this out tonight and will post pics of the results. If you buy studio monitors, which I recommend highly as a bang for the buck high end pc sound solution, go to Guitar Center with a budget and try and work a deal for their display models. I did that and got 100 bucks off my subwoofer.
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I messed up the quote somehow in the previous post.

@curlyp:

I saw this post and decided to look into your question. I ended up going to Guitar Center and getting this http://www.guitarcenter.com/American-DJ/PC-100A-8-Switch-ON-OFF-Power-Center.gc I am going to try this out tonight and will post pics of the results. If you buy studio monitors, which I recommend highly as a bang for the buck high end pc sound solution, go to Guitar Center with a budget and try and work a deal for their display models. I did that and got 100 bucks off my subwoofer.
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I live with them in a small room and "muddled" is not a word I would associate with these monitors. Too much bass can be solved by using an interface, which I do. I like the look of the Rokit 8's because you can definitely tell they are specialty and not regular home speakers. When fingers are pointed and questions are asked you get to explain how they are studio monitors and then get to brag about your setup without coming off as a dick).

True enough, I suppose I should have worded it more as "they can easily overwhelm a room if you aren't careful". Won't lie though, most studio monitors with 8" drivers do look rather awesome, but I know something that big in my place would be a fairly quick eviction notice.
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True enough, I suppose I should have worded it more as "they can easily overwhelm a room if you aren't careful". Won't lie though, most studio monitors with 8" drivers do look rather awesome, but I know something that big in my place would be a fairly quick eviction notice.

You are very correct, did not think of that. 8" studio monitors should only be a consideration if you are in a house. Really any studio monitor setup. If you advance to a studio monitor setup from a pc speaker setup it is going to be considerably louder and deeper than what you would expect, even from small variations. Thanks WhiteWulfe with an mf "e," hehe.
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the pioneer andrew jones are actually good speakers arent they?

i run a pair of voll b44 speakers (rebadges micca mb42x) and they are amazing even without a separate woofer and centre speaker

thank god it needs a separate dac because i can run earphones out of it and also power it on/off easily

Most importantly i had to run like 2meters of speaker wire to go around this monitor!
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the pioneer andrew jones are actually good speakers arent they?

i run a pair of voll b44 speakers (rebadges micca mb42x) and they are amazing even without a separate woofer and centre speaker

thank god it needs a separate dac because i can run earphones out of it and also power it on/off easily

Most importantly i had to run like 2meters of speaker wire to go around this monitor!

Yes they are! I got the whole set for a really good price that I could not pass up. Are they the best, no, but they are better than most lower grade ones you get at the store. Once we move into our new home, I plan on having a theater room, and will have a more expensive set of speakers, but for now, they work really well and sound great.
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I missed my chance on this...

Accessorieswhole told me only 2 were left in their inventory, and that they have no plan to restock them in the future ; the ebay pages just disappeared frown.gif
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