10 Best Rockville Speakers
Home Theater TM
If you’re looking to enhance your movies and TV shows, the Home Theater TM can deliver for quite a reasonable cost. They’re available in mid- and full-size towers with 4 or 5 drivers per unit, including subs, full-range cones, and tweeters.
- Convenient bluetooth connectivity
- Sd card reader and usb input
- 8- or 10-inch subwoofers available
The APM Monitors come in 5-, 6-, and 8-inch versions, and deliver a remarkably accurate sound that is perfect for most home studios and entry-level control rooms. Their 2-way output is driven by efficient, class D circuitry that won’t generate excess heat.
- Low power consumption
- One-inch-thick front panels
- Impedance of approximately 8 ohms
DJs, soloists, or anyone who plays music in smaller venues, will appreciate the RPG15BT V2 . Its features include built-in digital effects, microphone and line inputs, multiple connectivity options including Bluetooth, and sculpted sides with recessed handles.
- Five-band graphic equalizer
- 1000-watt peak output
- Four woofer sizes are available
RBG 18" Pro
With a frequency response as low as 29 hertz, the RBG 18″ Pro outperforms many subwoofers that are far more expensive. It utilizes standard RCA inputs, as well as balanced XLR and TRS plugs, and allows for daisy-chaining via XLR passthrough outputs.
- 3-way low-pass filter
- Automatic cooling fan
- Optional low-end boost setting
Among the company’s most versatile designs, the Rock Anywhere are waterproof, completely wireless, and have a 40-foot range. Able to link up to provide true stereo sound, this pair is perfect for on-the-go entertainment in a wide variety of settings.
- Use bluetooth version 4-point-1
- Rugged shockproof construction
- Ipx7 protection rating
RSG12 Pro Audio
The RSG12 Pro Audio is an affordable pair of public address speakers with impressive build quality and performance. They each sport three 3-inch piezo bullet tweeters and a 12-inch woofer, providing an impressive frequency response of between 45 hertz and 22 kilohertz.
- 500 watts of rms power
- Upholstered in durable carpet
- Require a separate amplifier
Active RPG Series
With a quick response and surprisingly wide range, the Active RPG Series is a favorite among performance DJs with an eye on affordability. Capable of sustaining a 125-decibel-per-milliwatt pressure level, it’s as loud as any similarly-sized model, at a great price.
- Class ab circuitry
- 5-band graphic equalizer
- Heavy at over 55 pounds
Rock Party 8
Portable yet powerful, the Rock Party 8 ticks a lot of boxes. Its twin 8-inch speakers produce a 250-watt RMS output, its battery can generate six hours of use per charge, it has dynamic lighting with four modes, plus it boasts USB, SD, Bluetooth, and wired connectivity.
- Clear digital display
- Convenient remote control
- Fm receiver lacks an antenna
For something simple and low-priced that works great with a PC or small sound system, it’s hard to go wrong with the Rock Media . It’s a standard, 2.1-channel setup with a powered subwoofer and two satellites, and connects to devices using RCA plugs.
- Remote-controlled usb and sd inputs
- Enhanced bluetooth technology
- Not particularly loud
Those looking to add some bump to their trunk should consider the RWS12CA Slim , which peaks at 1,200 watts and is relatively easy to install. It’s self-powered and includes a wiring kit, while its small stature allows it to fit in nearly any vehicle.
- 400-watt rms rating
- 12-inch-wide cone
- No built-in ventilation