OneOdio A10 Hybrid Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones [62 Hrs Playtime] Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Hi-Res Audio, Transparency Mode, Deep Bass, CVC 8.0, for Travel PC Home Office

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OneOdio A10 Hybrid Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones [62 Hrs Playtime] Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Hi-Res Audio, Transparency Mode, Deep Bass, CVC 8.0, for Travel PC Home Office

OneOdio A10 Hybrid Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones [62 Hrs Playtime] Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Hi-Res Audio, Transparency Mode, Deep Bass, CVC 8.0, for Travel PC Home Office

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Both the design and build of the OneOdio A10 are miles better than the TaoTronics 60’s I keep harping on. After enabling ANC on the OneOdio A10, I could immediately tell that it is better than on the A30 and it’s very similar to the Apollo. The passive sealing does have an important role, but you can tell that the world gets more silent after enabling the ANC On mode. One of the main reasons why ANC was developed was to limit the impact of engine noise on aircraft pilots and then it became a standard for people that travel long hours by plane. So, can the OneOdio A10 negate the droning noise? The fit is very comfortable and the look is very subtle as far as over-ears go - I found myself only making occasional micro-adjustments, and the low clamping force means your ears won't get too sweaty, which is always a big bonus, but on the flip side it can occasionally result in some sound leakage, and comfort is optimised over noise reduction. It means that the A10 are better suited to casual listening and the daily commute over exercise, where excessive motion can result in the headphones moving around quite a bit - you'll be fine with a dash to make the train, but I wouldn't run 10km in them. The ANC mode of A10 is highly effective in reducing noise, particularly constant low-frequency noises like air conditioners and engines. Its Transparency mode is also impressive, enabling you to stay aware of your surroundings while enjoying your audio experience. Call, Video and Gaming Performance Clamping force is slightly strong, which makes sense as you don’t want wireless headphones to fall off of your head.

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The microphone quality on the OneOdio Focus A10 is great. It’s clear and plenty loud enough for other people to hear what you’re saying.Thankfully, these wireless ANC headphones support Bluetooth 5.0, and you can expect to use these headphones for a maximum distance of 39 feet (12m) without any dropouts or latency issues.

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TaoTronics’ budget SoundSurge 60 headphones are well made but blighted by a muddy, wayward bass, while Anker’s Soundcore Life Q20 perform well wirelessly but poorly when you use the bundled auxiliary cable. While the W820NB supports the Edifier mobile app, the app doesn’t add much to the overall user experience, apart from displaying the battery level. On the other hand, the OneOdio A10 comes with a handy storage case that is not provided with the W820NB. The case helps protect the headphones during storage and transportation, making it a useful accessory for those who are always on the go. When it comes to audio quality, the Edifier has a little more definition and control in the bass, while the A10 comes across as slightly warmer in tone. Nonetheless, both headphones offer similar audio quality and technical performance. Therefore, the choice between the two ultimately comes down to personal preference.

Sound Quality

Build quality is that which you can expect from low-priced headphones, so it’s not exceptional, but it’s still quite good for the price. There’s no creaking whatsoever while wearing the headphones, but there is some if you bend the headband sideways with some force. Outdoors, it's a similar story - in relatively sterile environments, your calls will be fine, but add wind and traffic to the mix, and dealing with multiple sources of obfuscation is more challenging. Even so, considering there are no stems, calls are certainly doable - a very credible attempt. Also, considering the overall frequency response of these headphones, I’ve found out that the mids are (somewhat) clear and neutral while the bass is fully overexaggerated. Don’t get me wrong, there’s powerful bass to drive most pop songs and EDMs, but it’s unnatural and needs more nuance.



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