This is a review of the Roland Cube Street amplifier.
The Roland Cube Street is a lightweight, good sounding amplifier with dual inputs. This makes it a versatile amp for practice or live performance.
The bass response is not exceptional with a Roland Cube Street. The sound is better suited to guitar, keyboards, vocals range.
The Roland Cube Street is a versatile, lightweight stereo amp. It can be battery powered, so it can be used for “street performances”, or anywhere else electric power is readily accessible. It is also good for a practice amp/monitor.
This is a review of the KRK Rokit 5 studio monitors.
The KRK Rokit 5 studio monitors are an affordable, good sounding studio monitor. They are self-powered and have some options for volume and crossover settings. They produce a flat response that helps you when mixing and recording music.
The only bad for the KRK Rokit 5 studio monitors, is that they are not an “everything speaker”, they are studio monitors. The 5″ speaker produces a flat response, but the bass will not “rumble”. If you purchase the KRK Rokit 5 expecting them to thump, you will be disappointed. However, if you mix your music where the bass is approximately the same volume as the other instruments, then on a hi-fi system your music will sound great (which isn’t so bad).
The KRK Rokit 5 are a good value for studio monitors.