I’ve recently (finally) bought myself a lovely pair of these KRK Rokit 5 Gen 3 monitor speakers.
I’ve had to gradually adjust my ears from my small Logitech speakers and subwoofer.
When I first switched over, the Rokits didn’t seem to have any guts to them - I’d been spoilt by the Logitech subwoofer. I switched and faded back and forth between the two sets of speakers and kept saying about the Rokits, “They’re a bit tinny”! lol
The Logitech front satellite speakers provided decent mid and treble. But after listening to the new Rokits for a while, you can hear the bass come back, AND, I can hear instruments I haven’t heard before in the songs I listen to! A good investment for sure.
NOW: to the title of this topic: I’ve now discovered I’ve got a 50Hz hum problem! “Lovely”, I thought.
I’ve done a little reading tonight of ways to get rid of it, but not enough yet obviously.
@Mike, I remember hearing you mention the ground loop in your studio; can you remind me and tell me some more about it and how you’ve got it set up? Thanks.
Any other tips from viewers are greatly appreciated!