|Hardware Platform||Xbox 360|
|Special Features||DJ headphones, Adapter-free-cord, Stereo Monitor, Studio Monitor & Mixing.|
|Mounting Hardware||Headphones * 1|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Headphones Form Factor||In Ear|
|Form Factor||Over Ear|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 14 x 10 cm; 299.37 Grams|
|Item Weight||299 g|
|Item Model Number||Pro-10|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||4 April 2018|
OneOdio Adapter-Free Closed Back Over-Ear DJ Stereo Monitor Headphones, Professional Studio Monitor & Mixing, Telescopic Arms with Scale, Newest 50mm Neodymium Drivers- Glossy Finsh
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|Form factor||In Ear|
About this item
- Superior sound quality: Enjoy supreme comfort with the Oneida Studio monitor headphones. Large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers combined with neodymium magnets provides stereo Hi-Fi level sound; powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form perfect balanced sound.
- Built to stay comfortable: The high quality padded ear cushions are specifically designed for monitor headphones maximum comfort and noise isolation. The headband is adjustable and stretchable for you to find the desired angle you like to fit in.
- No more adapter: a long, do-style 9. 8-Foot cord easily reaches from the TV or stereo to your favorite chair. A standard-sized 6. 3mm Plug and a 3. 5mm Plug are included. They both are completely detachable, so that you don't need to spend all hours of the day plugged into your mixer. 25ft adapter free cable:
- Single-sided monitoring: 90° swiveling ear cups for single-ear monitoring anytime; self-adjustable and flexible headband delivers a fatigue-free listening experience that can last for hours, Perfect for mastering and mixing.
- Works with: iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android and many other Audio devices. High-quality sound, supreme durability, and maximum comfort. These are the headphones you've been looking for. [2-Year ]
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What makes Oneida adapter-free DJ headphone a good headphone?◆ sound ◆ comfort ◆ foldable design studio Pro is a flexible headphone that can be naturally adjusted to any sized head, big or small. The cups rotate both left and right and up and down, it is light-weight also, about 263G, so it's convenient to be fold up and put in a carrying case. ◆ dual-duty cable ◆ durability technical Specifications: 3. 5mm output interface rated power: 20Mw power handling capability: 30mwfrequency response: 20Hz-20KHz : 1 year. Oneida technology focuses on creating the best sound experience.
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Four stars for the sound quality which is good; not "gives me an erection" level amazing, but plenty good enough for reproducing my playing along to drumless audio tracks, while cutting out enough background noise to render the experience believably close enough to being 'on stage' and comfortable enough in wearing that even when playing vigorously, they're not moving around, or causing a distraction to the actual activity of physically playing the drums because they feel like they might slip off your head!!!
The only real 'bummer' is that the input lead can sometimes impact on the left hand and arm if it curls which can be an occasional distraction - though I'd be pretty certain that this would be an issue with pretty much every headphone set that uses lead connection, and given any headphone set has to have a lead for the simplest most clutter free connection to the ATV drum module; it's an annoyance I can learn to live and cope with.
Would I recommend these particular headphones to someone in a similar situation to myself?! As that famous Russian mythic hero Ivan Skavinsky Skavar would have said "Da! Da!! DA!!!"
If you're looking for something cheap without audiophile expectation, clear, not pumped, to approach the correct way to listen they would be great, but you your eardrums are thin and trained to listen properly you'll be disappointed. I bought them because the youtube reviews were mad, they say they worth 100$ but actually were bullsxxxt.
I've tried them and the first impression was good, compare to the 20 AU$ ones I own they're great!
My opinion are below:
-mid high and high is not that bad, is not very open and airy and doesn't reach the 20khz as it has to be comparing to 60 AU$ Sony (Bt) ones, might be because the 50mm drivers
-the bass is present but not pumped, miss some control that in my 20 bucks ones (very pumped) has better control.
-separation between instruments is good for that price.
Seller it's been super fast 10/10
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First off, what these headphones are. (40+ years of pro audio experience here).
These are an excellent Home Studio/Personal listening headphones. DJ quality? Well if your talking a weekend warrior occasional party DJ, then yeah. Professional/Commercial DJ use that subjects them to a lot of physical punishment, then absolutely not! Lets get real, they're $30.00 headphones.
I give a positive 5 star for the following reasons: Sound quality to price point. I am hard pressed to tell any "real notable difference" between my high dollar studio grade Sennheiser or Bose headphone. These are also my first 50mm driver phones too. Here is my evaluated OPINION. Remember, all you really get on these reviews are just that, opinion.........
Test 1. THX Sound System Check. Very accurate reproduction.
Test 2. Bose Studio Demo CD. Very Good.
1. Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30-Richard Strauss; Excellent & Accurate.
2.Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Just like I was there. Nice crisp highs and great low frequency.
3. AC/DC, Thunderstruck & Shoot to Thrill; Oh Yeah.....
4. ABBA Yep, sounds great.
5. Paranoid both GFR and BS versions, No disappointments here either.
6. Lynyrd Skynyrd- Simple Man & Free Bird - Lets face it, it would take an Awfull headphone to ruin these. That said, Front row experience.
7. IRON BUTTERFLY IN- A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, Rock ON!!
8. Yanni Acropolis CD. Very Pleased here too.
Here's what these headphones Are Not! Thy are not Bass Heavy like some reviewers have stated. What they're doing is actually reproducing more accurate Bass that what smaller driver headphones are unable to reproduce. I would classify them as "Bass Accurate", not heavy. They are also not "skull crushers" as some have noted. I have been wearing them 5+ hours straight while reviewing
I evaluated these both barefoot and also using a Neoteck NTK059 headphone amplifer. The amp did add a real positive dimension to the overall experience, however, I am sure all except the most demanding audiophiles will be very pleased with these just as they are. I just bought a second pair.
Where they fall short in my opinion is when you add bass and volume. Using the highest volume my cellphone is able to put out, I was easily able to overpower these with anything with lots of bass. Distortion/muddiness could be heard with the bass hits quite easily under these circumstances. I would have to assume that anyone using these for DJ'ing, as the photos suggest, may have similar problems. Personally, aside from testing them out, I don't plan on having them at super-high volume, so I think they'll suit my purposes just fine.
My biggest complaint about these is actually what seems like a trivial thing in other reviews until you experience it yourself....and that is the way the headphones sometimes twist around when you go to put them on. It's like solving a puzzle every time I put them on to make sure the earpiece is facing the right way. This gets old very fast.
All in all, for the price, they seem pretty good. But you are not going to be blown away by the bass, or anything at high volume.
Reviewed in the United States on 1 August 2018
When I initially received the One Odio phones, I eagerly put them on. My disgust was profound. I had bass booming through my head. I tried to sing with these on, but it felt like I was singing with my fingers stuck in my ears while suffering a seriously bad head cold. I wrote a scathing review that I never sent. I was so horrified by the sound, that I ripped off the headphones and threw them in a corner in anger and disgust.
When I related my experience and frustration to other folks, the most consistent recommendation was that I should buy a set of Sony MDR 7506 headphones as being the supposed industry standard. One single person told me it would be a mistake.
When the three times as expensive Sony set arrived, I eagerly put it on. The horror, anger, disgust, and disappointment was sickening. Given the heap of money I had spent by now, I persevered and tried against all odds to make my guitar sound as good as it had before. The only way I could get even close, was to dial the High end ( 12kHz) of my Mackie 1202-VLZPRO mixer down by 6dB and the so-called MID-Range (2.5kHz) by a whopping 15dB from where it had previously been. This was insane(!!) Even so, I simply could not get back my "sound to die for" ( as some had called it). The Sony set was EXCRUCIATINGLY treble. It was truly painful. This likely means that the people who like it have a hearing loss in the 2.5kHz range, which happens a lot. The Sony also exhibited the overwhelming teenage girlie boom box bass that had caused me throw the OneOdio in the corner. So, the Sony was actually worse.
In total frustration, I went off to the local music chain store, tried a whole horde of headphones and came home with a returnable AKG set. These were distinctly closer to the Duck-tape Model 1 set, had less bass than either the Sony or the OneOdio. Having readjusted my mixer for the AKG set, I thought it wise to put back on the Duck-tape Model 1 (Plantronics) headset. What a surprise! With the settings for the AKG, the old headset sounded great!
By now my frustration, apprehension, confusion, and general unhappiness should be clear. So, I thought I'd do one simple thing. I would try to look up the old Plantronics headset on Amazon, and I FOUND IT. It is no longer available, but the interesting point was the first line in the description: "Open-ear design keeps you connected to the game and your surroundings". Hang on! How come no one had ever told me about "open back" or "open ear"? The lack of this causes the debilitating "head cold" effect when one has to sing wearing headphones. Only now, after more than a decade, do I realise that the fancy perforations on the Duck-tape set are not just for show; they are real openings with a red sponge behind them. That is why I can sing while wearing them. I never knew!
Armed with this realisation, I collected the OneOdio set again from the Corner of Death in the room. I plugged them in and adjusted the headband to try and lift the cans a little from my head. It worked to some degree. The sound was G-R-E-A-T!..... much better than the old Duck-tape Model 1 Plantronics set. The "Sound to die for" tone of my guitar was back... and better.
Now I just have to figure out how to keep the OneOdio headphones from clamping completely shut around my ears. There needs to be a space.... and their website shows no open-back headphones.... or they are well-disguised.
For now I'll be using the OneOdios as the best solution until I can find suitable open back headphones with useful bass.