#1
I recently picked up a pair of KRK rocket 5's that I use with amplitube but also as a general speaker set up for my tv and music and whatnot. I"d like to get a sub to go with them as well. They have a decent amount of bass when cranked but I basically want a sub for the little bit of extra balls.

Is the KRK 10" sub a good value or is there another powered sub out there that is a reasonable amount of money ($400 or less) that will give me good quality and durability? I'm new to these kinds of speakers so please bare with me for any ignorance.
#3
You want a sub for what exactly?
'cause RP's are already pretty bass heavy and they really don't need a sub much.

Also if you don't have an appropriate room (size, shape and/or acoustical treatment) a sub's gonna create more problems than solve ones.
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You want a sub for what exactly?
'cause RP's are already pretty bass heavy and they really don't need a sub much.

Also if you don't have an appropriate room (size, shape and/or acoustical treatment) a sub's gonna create more problems than solve ones.



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Really don't need a sub until you get into full on surround sound mixing or your monitors have absolutely no bottom end at all.

Which the KRK's do.
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#5
I want the sub more for movies and music than for mixing. I use these monitors for amplitube. Otherwise i don't do mixing or anything special with them