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Edifier MR4 Speakers Review

Rating: 8.5.

Audio upgrades can often be overlooked by gamers, or sometimes restricted to a cheap set of headphones or a gaming headset. Upgrading to a set of dedicated speakers really does make a huge difference to the experience of listening to music or playing certain types of games. Do the Edifier MR4 Studio Monitors bring enough to the table to warrant the upgrade at the £110 asking price?

Timestamps

00:00 Start
00:56 Introduction and pricing
01:32 unboxing
02:11 Dimensions / colours / build quality
02:51 Drivers / controls / connectors
05:31 One criticism
06:13 Materials used
06:28 Music and monitor modes / demo
07:25 Frequency response / IQ / trim tests
09:37 Power output / real world result
10:39 Real world sound tests – music /gaming
13:41 Mat’s closing thoughts

 

Specifications:

  • Power output (RMS) – 21W+21W
  • Frequency response – 60Hz-20kHz
  • Audio inputs – TRS balanced input, RCA unbalanced input, AUX unbalanced input
  • Input sensitivity – TRS balanced input: +4dBu – RCA/AUX unbalanced input:-10dBV
  • Signal-noise ratio – ≥85dB(A)
  • THD+N(%) ≤0.2%

You can buy the Edifier MR4 Studio Monitor Speakers from Overclockers UK for £109.99 HERE.

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Pros:

  • Very good sound quality.
  • Reasonably priced.
  • Solid build quality.
  • Minimal, sleek design.

Cons:

  • No included TRS cables.

KitGuru says: The Edifier MR4 studio monitors are a great set of affordable, well built, great sounding set of speakers. If you're used to listening to music and game soundtracks through cheap, desktop speakers or headsets then the difference these speakers bring is massive. The price is very reasonable for the sound quality these speakers deliver. If you want a decent entry point for getting better audio from your PC then these are a definitely worth picking up. 

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Rating: 8.5.

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