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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They’re comfortable enough for daily use, have good active noise cancelling performance, more than adequate battery capacity, and excellent microphone quality.
The earcup on the right hand side hosts three buttons: volume up, power/play/pause and volume down. It also has a status LED and a microphone. The earcup on the left hand side has a micro-USB connector to charge the headphones. Treble is quite emphasised, with multiple peaks that make it aggressive. The peaks are concentrated in the lower and middle regions, so they are often very audible. Detail is very limited, with cymbals often sounding like a mash of sounds rather than like individual hits. Final ThoughtsTransparency mode is adequate, but can make your own voice sound a little raspy in your own ears, and whilst there is only a minor amount of static noise that wasn't enough to bother me, it may not be to everyone's liking. It handles mid-distance conversations well, but any further and it may struggle - if someone is shouting at you from the other side of the room, you'll probably hear it, but you may not be able to decipher every word.
As for stability, these headphones aren’t meant to be used in a gym. The clamping force isn’t strong enough to securely keep them on your head. Crank up the volume on an album like Robyn’s “Bodytalk Part 1” and the A10s are in their element, the pumping bass coming across hard and clear.
Comfortable & Foldable Design
The Focus A10s on review here are a return to the thoroughly modern world of Bluetooth 5.0, true wireless, active noise-cancelling headphones. Still, after some time, you will start noticing an aching sensation, which will force you to take a break.