There are thousands of headphones and earphones on the market today, including plenty of inexpensive products, the vast majority of which offer poor, useless, or below-average quality. Among these earbuds, it is extremely difficult to find a manufacturer that does not disappoint us with its earbuds. OneOdio, a lesser-known manufacturer in Europe, has set itself the goal of trying to get the most out of its products at a relatively low cost. This is how the OneOdio A70 DJ Headphones (Fusion A70) in our review was born.
Before we get into the review, it’s worth writing a few words about the manufacturer itself. OneOdio has been on the market for about 10 years, with an ever-expanding range of wired and wireless headphones, earphones and active noise cancellation products. The manufacturer quickly outgrew the Chinese market and is currently present in more than 30 countries with quality appliances. OneOdio's philosophy: quality audio products at an affordable price.
The OneOdio A70 included in our test is available from several online web stores, including the manufacturer's official website. The headphones, which have received a lot of positive customer reviews, are currently on sale, available for € 34.99 from the manufacturer. In addition to the Hong Kong stock, it can also be ordered from Poland, with fast (1-4 working days) and duty-free delivery to EU countries. Another good news is that in addition to credit card payment, PayPal payment can also be selected on the site.
The OneOdio A70 is available in two colors, the silver-brown with our ears, but you can also choose a black version:
OneOdio A70 - Fusion - Wireless headphone
The earbuds were obtained directly from the official OneOdio.com site, the delivery was extremely fast, I was really able to hold the device in my hands within 2-3 days.
There’s nothing special on the outside, we get an average headphone pack with the product image, model number, and wireless and DJ headphone captions on it. A golden yellow sticker in the corner warns of the possibility of a two-year extended warranty, which we will have to activate on the manufacturer’s official website.
On the back of the box you can find the exact parameters of the headset:
- Model name: A70
- Speaker: 40mm
- Frequency transmission: 2402 MHz to 2480 MHz
- Charging current: 400-450mA
- Charging voltage: 5V
- Operating time: ~ 48 hours
- Charging time: 2.5 - 3 hours
- Microphone sensitivity: -42dB (+ - 3 dB)
- Wireless range: 10 meters
- Bluetooth current consumption: 20mA
- Bluetooth playback time: 50 hours
- Battery capacity: 950 mAh
- Resistance: 32 Ω
- Connectors: 3.5 mm and 6.35 mm
In the box, next to the gray-brown headphones, as described on the back: you will find a user manual, a sophisticated imitation leather carrying case, a 3.5mm-3.5mm, a 3.5mm-6.35mm, and a micro USB charging cable. It is written on the official website of the manufacturer that orders are accompanied by a gift. Well, my package also included an extra carrying case and a carrying stand, the latter not only being practical but also extremely showy.
The earphones are extremely convincing on the outside: the joints of the plastic parts are beautiful, and the sewn leatherette head and ear parts are pleasantly soft and can be worn comfortably when placed on our heads. In this price range, it is fair, acceptable quality.
The OneOdio A70 weighs just 422 grams, which isn’t easy, though it’s a good value among battery-powered bluetooth products. The part of the speaker can be rotated in several directions (90 degrees), thanks to which it can be folded into a very small size, it fits comfortably in a smaller bag.
A closer look at the headset reveals several connectivity options. On the left, in addition to the microUSB charger input, there is also a 6.35 mm jack connector, which gives the manufacturer a red dot, as we do not see this very often in this price category.
On the right unit is the 3.5mm Aux input, just below the controls. Use the three small gray buttons to control the volume, start, stop the currently playing music, and answer or reject incoming phone calls. Of course, the latter can only be accessed after a Bluetooth phone connection.
Also on this page is the charging indicator / Bluetooth connection LED, as well as the only microphone, which is not really advertised by the manufacturer in the promotional material. The primary reason for this may be that unfortunately its quality is below average, the speech is not always clear, the other party often hears the sound distorted.
The 3.5mm jack input is equipped with a so-called "Jack Lock System" which ensures that the connected cable cannot slip out of the socket. The implementation is simple: after inserting the jack plug with such a system (for example, the cable included in the box), we have to turn it 90 degrees, then we can bounce, move, the cable will still be fixed.
Another extra feature, though only available with two OneOdio headphones, is Bluetooth music sharing. With the included 3.5mm-6.35mm cord, after wiring two products, your friend can also listen to the same song you shared from your phone to yourself.
Another useful thing to mention: if you connect two different audio devices to the headphones, the 3.5mm and 6.35mm inputs, you can hear the incoming audio at the same time. This opportunity can come in handy especially for those who not only listen to music but also practice it.
In addition to wired capabilities, the OneOdio A70 can connect to a variety of devices via Bluetooth (4.0), be it a phone, tablet, computer, or even a television, TV smartter (supported audio formats are AAC and SBC, but there are no aptX and aptX LL ). The connection can be established in a matter of seconds: once the headset is switched on, it becomes visible to Bluetooth-enabled devices. By selecting OneOdio A70 from the list of BT devices, pairing is done immediately. The range of wireless transmission is about 10 meters, which can be reduced by various environmental factors.
The 950 mAh battery behind the speakers was enough for me to listen to music for an average of 20-25 hours, which was enough for me for more than a week, for example. And I had to wait about 2-2.5 hours to recharge. The latter could have been carved a bit, with a quick charge, possibly a USB Type-C port, but that’s not really a major issue.
The frequency curve of the headphones is V-shaped for most earphones, with stronger emphasis in the 7-9 KHz range. The bass is exceptionally strong, thanks to which the sound can be very percussive, especially in music where the bass has a bigger role. It’s no coincidence that the DJ sign on the box is a must-have for those who love style to come in with the sound world of headphones.
All in all, I can say that the OneOdio A70 came as a pleasant surprise to me, I got more in terms of both equipment and sound than I expected based on the previews. I think we will definitely hear more about OneOdio products in the future, as it currently sells its earphones much cheaper than the competition products.
The OneOdio A70 in our test is a great example of this for $ 35 the same as its € 50-60 competitors. If you are looking for headphones lately, you should definitely think about the OneOdio earphones, and now you can order them from an EU warehouse with fast delivery.
The safest way to get the products is from the manufacturer's official website: