If you’re looking for new headphones, OneOdio’s got you covered


In the headphones world, there are many different models that are catered to different uses. This is because different people have different needs from their headphones. Some might prefer it wireless for convenience when traveling, but when seated at a desk, some might value higher quality audio over wireless connectivity.

Then there are also headphones designed for professional use where some users will require headphones that have a flatter sound profile when they are mixing audio. All of this means that there are so many models to choose from, so many price ranges, we get it if it feels rather overwhelming, but OneOdio seems to have everything under one roof.

OneOdio Monitor 60

When it comes to mixing audio professionally for music production or for movies, monitor headphones are generally the preferred choice. This is because most consumer grade headphones often come with a sound profile of its own, where the manufacturer might opt to boost the bass or the treble to make it sound “better” or more appealing.

With the OneOdio Monitor 60, these are headphones designed to be used professionally. They feature Hi-Res audio certification and sport an over-ear design, allowing the earcups to rest over your ears instead of sitting on them. This is generally more comfortable so it should work out for longer listening sessions. The earcups are also made from high protein memory to help with comfort.

It offers single-side monitoring which is great for DJs, and it also comes with a pair of 50mm dual dynamic drivers to help drive the sound. They also come with adapter-free cables so you can plug it into a variety of interfaces without having to look for an adapter. We’re talking about 3.5mm to 6.35mm coiled cables, 3.5mm to 3.5mm straight cables with a built-in microphone, and a standard 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable that will let you easily plug it into a music player or laptop.

Also, for a pair of monitor headphones, they are actually rather inexpensive coming in at $80.

OneOdio Fusion A70

If you’re not necessarily in the market for a pair of professional headphones and want something that you can enjoy your tunes on, then the OneOdio A70 could be it. These headphones can be used either in wired or wireless mode, which is perfect because battery can sometimes run out at the worst moments.

By having a wired connection, users will at least be able to continue listening to their songs or watching movies. Also, there are some who claim that wired headphones tend to transmit audio better than wireless, so if you belong to that camp, then this could be a great option, especially in a market where wireless headphones are becoming increasingly common.

The headphones are designed to be foldable that makes it easier for users to bring them around. It is also ideal for DJs who might only need to listen to one side of the headphones while they are mixing. OneOdio has also boosted the bass on these headphones so if bass-heavy music is your jam, then the A70s could be worth taking a look at.

The company also claims that in wireless mode, the headphones boast an incredible battery life of up to 72 hours, which is pretty great as it means that you probably only ever need to charge it once a week. The OneOdio A70 is priced at $45 which given its specs and features is a pretty great deal, especially if you’re a budding DJ starting out and don’t want to spend too much money on gear just yet.

OneOdio A10

Last but not least is OneOdio’s A10 headphones. These are probably the company’s most consumer-friendly pair of headphones out of the lineup. It pretty much checks all the boxes of what most people would want and expect from a pair of modern-day headphones.

We’re talking about wireless Bluetooth connectivity, active noise cancellation, and a sleek and clean design that doesn’t draw too much attention to the wearer while maintaining a pretty stylish look.

The earcups on the A10 can be folded and swiveled up to 90-degrees. It also has an adjustable headband that uses reinforced materials that are supposed to make them more comfortable and also more “solid” (read durable).

Like most headphones that offer active noise cancellation, OneOdio’s A10 also offers a transparency mode which means that users have the option of allowing sound to come in. This is useful if you need to maintain some awareness of your surroundings, like when you’re out in public and need to listen for oncoming traffic.

The headphones also come with 40mm drivers and sport an over-ear design. The battery life on the A10 is also pretty great as the company claims that it will last up to 50 hours on a single charge, and at an asking price of $60, it’s actually a pretty good deal.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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