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Rockit Sounds R-Studio Reviews

Zelda

Rock-It Sounds R-Studio – 2nd Strike!

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Pros: Build Quality, Comfort, Price and SOUND

full review can be found here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/685909/review-rock-it-sounds-r-studio   Build & Comfort: The R-Studio take a Circum-Aural design, with a "neo-classic" look as Rock-It call them. They do have some "retro" air on them along with the usual company color scheme. But not everything is looks, right? Not a huge step as it's still made mostly of plastic; the build quality feels better than the Lite. The leatherette covered headband and pads are well stuffed inside, super comfortable and provide an instant seal around the ears for best listening experience. Among the three, the R-Studio are the most comfortable ones and better isolating, even though they...
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pro1137

Overperforming warm beauties!

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Pros: MASSIVE soundstage for a closed headphone, detailed, controlled, warm, comfortable, appearance

Cons: Bass can get boomy on a few tracks (orchestral mainly)

The Rockit R-Studio headphones are among the best headphones that I've used under $100. I see an extremely high amount of potential in these headphones.The R-Studio is made of mostly plastic with a matte finish. The sides that hold the cups are made out of aluminum alloy, which does feel very sturdy. The 'back' of the cups, where the Rockit Logo is, is covered with pleather. The headband is quite plush. Very nice to the touch. The R-Studio features a standard 3.5 to 3.5 detachable cable.The earspace is immense. Easily the second largest amount of space my ears have ever had while wearing a headphone, seconded only to the DT770. This equates to a high amount of comfort.  [[SPOILER]] Sound...
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