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Analysis of the Sudio Regent wireless headband headphones , a more casual than sporty model for those looking for a lightweight model with good finishes for everything.
You already know how much I like headphones and here I usually bring you the ones that are more sporty, but in recent months I have been using these headband headphones and why not leave a review here, focusing on the use “ lifestyle”.
Perhaps the Sudio brand sounds familiar to you, it is a company from Sweden from which a year ago I analyzed the Sudio Vasa Bla , in-ear type headphones. The Sudio Regent move away from that concept because they are more “serious” headphones, with a headband but maintaining wireless connectivity and, above all, I would highlight the great autonomy offered by its battery.
Design and features of the Sudio Regent
On a technical level, this is what we find in the Sudio Regent:
- Supra-auricular type.
- 50mm drivers
- Sensitivity: 105dB SPL @ 1kHz
- Resistance: 47 Ohm @ 1kHz
- Response Frequency: 18Hz – 22kHz
- Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, range up to 10 meters
- 24 hours of battery or up to 20 days on standby
- Fast charge mode in 10 minutes, microUSB connector
- Integrated 3.5mm jack connector
- Interchangeable covers
At the design and construction level, they are well-finished headphones . It is true that they do not include metal parts (except for the adjustment mechanism), but good quality plastic is combined with leather both in the headband that surrounds the head and in the pads.
These pads are really comfortable, they are fluffy and in general they fit very well. In the entire internal area of the headband they also include padding, so we literally do not have any “hard” pieces on our head. For my part, I would improve the adjustment area, since it does not use any system of “teeth” or fixed mechanism, but the adjustment is free and that means that practically every time we put them on we have to adjust them, although it is done quickly.
Finally, the headphones fold completely inwards, so they are collected and compact to store in the backpack and thus keep the drivers protected.
Integrated controls and connections
As I said, they are Bluetooth headphones , so we forget about cables thanks to the wireless connection, although if we run out of battery or prefer to use them by cable, a 3.5 mm jack is also included in the box and they can be connected with the corresponding port located on the left side.
The right earphone is where the music playback control buttons are located (volume, skip songs, power…), as well as the microphone and the microUSB connector to charge them. Interestingly, the Sudio Regent can be customized, since the brand sells “Caps” with different finishes that are placed on the sides of the headphones.
Battery and sound quality
In general terms, the Sudio Regent offer a great sound experience. In terms of basses they are very well served, they are forceful although without going overboard, in medium frequencies they do not stand out so much, but again they behave quite well in high frequencies. It should be clarified that they do not include noise cancellation technology, however both the foam and the insulation are very good, so they can be used without problems outdoors without fear of being heard (unless we turn up the volume, obviously). .
The battery can only be defined as excellent . Sudio claims that it is 24 hours of battery life and obviously I have not spent 24 hours with the headphones on, but I have literally forgotten to charge them in more than a week of daily use. In addition, the fast charge mode in 10 minutes allows them to be back in operation for at least an hour if it catches us without a battery.