REVIEW: Rock-It Sounds R-Studio
Oct 14, 2013 at 7:45 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 4


Headphoneus Supremus
Jul 12, 2012
REVIEW: Rock-It Sounds R-Studio


Driver Unit: Dia. 50mm Cobalt Magnet
Impedance: 32 ohm
Sensitivity: 107 dB
FR: 20 – 20000 Hz
Build & Comfort:
This time, 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? While 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 aren't as portable, as they don't feature a rotating/folding mechanism, it's only possible to adjust them up or down.
The one sided removable cable is quite thick and well relieved.
"Balance". That’s the first word that comes to mind when listening to the R-Studio. They offer an exquisite and rich balance. Fairly fun and musical, and good dynamics. Everything is there in a right amount, everything sounds full and well separated. Not a huge stage, though, but considering the 'closed' design is above average.
The overall speed should match most genres of music. The soundstage has good width and good depth, without losing the vocals position.
Bass quantity is a bit more than the R-Lite, but still not to be called bass-heavy (but won't disappoint on bassier tracks). It's much tighter, bigger and faster, and better extended. Sub-bass reaches deeper and shows much more rumble and control.
The midrange remains clear and clean of any bass-bleed. While slightly forward it is still on the neutral side with a hint of sweetness (but drier when compared to the Lite or other mid-centered phones). Very nice layered with a good sense of space. Vocals carry a beautiful texture with them, clear and detailed, be it male or female.
Treble, similar to the Bass, has excellent presence and extends quite far. It has quite the energy and sparkle, and while not really sibilant it may be a tad edgy at times. Quantity is more than enough and micro-detail is amazing for the price (even though it can't match its "twin" brother, the R-DJ, hyper detail - but that's another story).
The Studio use a same type of dynamic driver as the R-Lite, and in fact, they do share a familiar sound, and could be seen as an improved/updated, 'mature' and more refined version of them in certain ways. They do need some extra volume though, but remain very sensitive and easy to drive.
Oct 18, 2013 at 6:50 AM Post #3 of 4
Nice review, seems like an impressive headphone for a brand that I've never heard of before.

Where are they sold online?
Oct 18, 2013 at 9:28 AM Post #4 of 4
it's indeed very impressive for the asking retail price. 
they were released a short time ago, so they are available directly from the company site,
i also saw noisymotel sell them. 

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