This is a review for the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones. You can find these headphones in a number of places including the Audionic official website, Ebay, and even Newegg. The average price for these headphones are about $19.99 USD.
Studio4 Headphone specs (taken from Audionic website)
Base Enhancement Technology
Easy Mic Design
Ultra Soft Ear Grip
Max. Input Power
20Hz ~ 20KHz
Quality of the Headphones
The overall sound quality for the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones is loud and clear and it has pretty good bass and surround sound. I used these headphones to listen to music, watch movies, and play video games and they got the job done.
The bass is loud and booming without it distorting and fuzzing up when it gets really loud, and the headphones have decent sound quality when picking up high and mid range sounds as well.
If you have to wear the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones for long periods of time I actually found that the headphones were comfortable to wear and they are also adjustable so that you can get them to (more or less) conform to the shape of your head. I never had any discomfort while wearing the headphones for long periods of time and they didn’t hug or pinch my ears while wearing them like other headphones tend to do.
I do have one minor complaint though. It would be nice if the cable was slightly thicker for more support so that the part near the jack doesn’t break and tear out over time because that usually leads to one side not working, but so far the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones have held up nicely and the cable hasn’t given out on me just yet. I will update this article if they start to give me problems.
The Audionic Studio4 professional headphone’s built in Microphone actually has pretty good quality and it doesn’t make you sound like a distorted monster when you talk into it, it recorded clearly when I tested it out. The microphone can rotate up and down so that you can either move it out of the way or move it closer to your mouth when you are ready to talk. There is also a value and mic slider on the headphone cable so that you can turn the volume up and down or mute the mic with a press of a button. One minor problem is that Windows 7 had some compatibility issues with the headphones and it kept disconnecting the microphone, but that is a problem with Windows and not the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones. I thought to mention it though because if you are using these headphones with Windows 7 and 8 you might run into the same problem, it isn’t the microphones fault.
The overall quality of the headphones looks and feels quite durable and I have dropped them on the floor a few times and they haven’t broken on me yet, so overall I have to say that for $19 bucks these headphones aren’t all that bad. If you are looking for some cheap headphones around the $20 mark, I would highly recommend that you give the Audionic Studio4 professional headphones try.