That’s just how my water reads straight from the well. I adjust the pHto 6.8 before adding it to the aquarium, but in order to reach that pH using alkaline buffer, my Kh is also raised to what seems like an excessive 13. I keep rummynose tetras, Cory’s and one betta in that tank. No CO2. I used to buy spring water, but that gets expensive.I'm not thinking of Rift Lake cichlids, those need high KH and high pH.
I'm thinking of tetras, loaches, barbs, dwarf cichlids, corydoras... South American, Central African, South East Asian fish. Softwater fish and even blackwater. If you have those your parameters are absolutely fine.
But you also don't have to bring KH up to 13 to reach a pH of 6.8. Usually it's roughly 0.3 points pH per degree KH. And this would end you up with a pH above 7.5 easily.
Do you run CO2 or have lots of tannins in your water? There must be a source of acidity if you have to add that much to only get to 6.8 with 13°KH.