I really liked my 20/20s but know nothing about the KRKs. Thanks for noting, right? -E
Same here dude... Although in my case initially I had problems with the low end on the 20/20's (I was putting way too much bass on my mixes!), but that's likely because of my current mixing room (which is a bit cramped), and because I used to mix on NS10's for so long that my ears needed some adjustment.
i have alittle trick that i do for the krk original rokit 6.i boost 5 db at 2.5k on the master buss while am mixing but i diable it before mix down,oh why do i do that ?well to me the these speakers sometimes sound a little to flat but other than that i love these speaker
We had both of these at my old studio and they are completely different animals. It was great to be able to compare mixes on these two monitors, I found myself with the Events making things too bright many times (That was more due to the room than the speakers though) and the KRK's always caught it for me. If I had a choice between the two, I would go with the Events, the KRK's are still pretty kicking though! I just found the Events much more pleasant to mix on, and I like their larger size also.
I've mixed 200 tracks on 20/20s. I would never mix that many on KRKs because they are fatiguing to my ears. While I would like them to be newer better monitors than they are, 20/20s don't miss and I don't want to sit in front of a new budget monitor from anyone except maybe blue sky. I'll just keep these until I can save up for genelecs or A7s if the A7s are really that good.
I power my 20/20s with an Adcom 555 GFA-II and it is a nice amp for them if you are buying passive.