OneOdio Wired Over Ear Headphones Studio Monitor & Mixing DJ Stereo Headsets with 50mm Neodymium Drivers and 1/4 to 3.5mm Jack for AMP Computer Recording Podcast Keyboard Guitar Laptop – Black Musical Instruments

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 BASS SOUND: Enjoy clear sound and comfort with the OneOdio Studio monitor headphones. Large, 50 millimeter speaker unit drivers combined with neodymium magnets; powerful bass, clear vocal, and crisp high tones form stereo sound.   BUILT TO STAY COMFORTABLE: The soft padded ear cushions are designed for monitor headphones 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: DJ style coiled cord (9.8Ft Stretched) easily reaches from the TV or stereo to your chair. A standard-sized 6.35mm plug and a 3.5mm plug are included. They both are completely detachable, you can plug in the mixer you want to use.   SINGLE-SIDE 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, ideal for mastering and mixing.   Works with: Only Support Wired Mode, Not Bluetooth. All devices have 3.5mm or 6.35mm audio jack. Bass sound, durability, and comfort. These are the headphones you’ve been looking for.

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7.09 x 5.51 x 3.94 inches

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415 Grams



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4.4 4.4 out of 5 stars

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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#4 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #1 in Recording Headphone Audio Monitors

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

February 7, 2017


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60 reviews for OneOdio Wired Over Ear Headphones Studio Monitor & Mixing DJ Stereo Headsets with 50mm Neodymium Drivers and 1/4 to 3.5mm Jack for AMP Computer Recording Podcast Keyboard Guitar Laptop – Black Musical Instruments

  1. Gle3nn Thomas

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound, very comfortable

    My favorite detail about these headphones is the ability to plug in to either 1/4 inch or 1/8 inch headphone jack with the reversable connection cable.It also works to plug one input into the left earphone and another source into the right, so that I can monitor main and backup devices.It also works to share audio by plugging another set of headphones out of one of the earphones.Fantastic and very useful.

    2 people found this helpful

  2. Patrick

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    WOW! WOW! WOW!

    I have a HP laptop with speakers that are less than desirable. Compound this with a lifetime of audio problems, (hard of hearing), and the speakers are pretty much useless. A set of cheap computer/desktop speakers were purchased with good results as they had a separate volume control plus a jack for headphones/earbuds. Having a small desk, It was getting crowded between the laptop, the speakers and the desk light, compounded by the fact that the whole set up is against a wall that goes out to a common hallway. This restricts my volume as I don’t need to have anyone hearing what I’m doing while I am online. Thus the purchase of these headphones.I chose headphones over earbuds as my ears easily get irritated when something is inserted. My main concern was two fold. The first is I have a large head, (size 7 5/8) and past ear protection devices have been pretty much uncomfortable both against the ears and overall. The second is perspiration as sweat build up occurs after extended wear. Being quite a while since I wore headphones, (2012) I did note an improvement but was still a bit gun shy.To be honest, these were not my first choice. I initially saw a set of DJ headphones with a 9′ cord which appealed to me for freedom of movement. For whatever reason, these were ordered instead.These headphones came 4 days after ordering through standard, free shipping. Arriving in a soft pack with a bubble lining, the headphones were in a box enclosed within a sleeve. This made unwrapping a bit of a challenge as I wanted to save the box in case of return. Finally gaining entry, the headphones were in a bubble wrapped bag and two sets of wiring were enclosed within another. It was then I realized my error. Throwing caution to the wind, I took them out and read the enclosed the multi language manual. This was helpful as it was discovered that the ear pieces work somewhat like a person’s neck. One side rotating 90 degrees counter clockwise and the other 90 degrees clockwise. Both tilted both up and down and both have extenders to adjust to the wearer. Also noted was the padding. Both ear pieces had generous padding as well as the top of the head set. It was nice to note that both sides of the ear pieces had outlets to accomodate the speaker wires. This makes it easier to plug the side in from the source thus avoiding crossover.Two sets of wires came. The first was a red, stretchable cord with a 6.5mm plug for items like guitars and speakers on one end and a 3mm plug for the head set. The cord is 2m long but can be stretched to 3m. The second cord is a 1.2m standard cord with 3mm plugs on both ends. There is also a “control” button should the wearer have the headphones plugged into a phone.Assembling the pieces, I plugged the 3mm into the cheap speakers and ran a gauntlet of various apps from music to gaming. WOW! WOW! WOW! A full, rich, clear sound was experienced through both earpieces despite the plug being on the right side. Every sound was heard, no matter how subtle. I did note, however, it was a bit “bassy” for my preference, but I was completely overwhelmed by the sound quality. Wondering if maybe the speakers may have some influence, I plugged the headset directly into the laptop. NOPE! No change in quality and I gained a little more cord in the process.After playing for about two to three hours, It was pleasantly noted that the only time it was noted the headset was on was when I reached up to my head to scratch. Very lightweight, snug, yet comfortable even with glasses. No sweat experienced. No discomfort against the ears or atop the head. The cheap speakers were then moved and attached to another device that also had less than desirable speakers. It is unknown about the noise cancellation as the residence is pretty quiet with the exception of others going up and downstairs as well as the upstairs resident. Time will tell.These are definately a keeper. Even though I have owned these less than a day, I am totally impressed with the looks, feel, and performance of these headphones. Definately a keeper and highly recommended!!!!04/29/2019 update. These have almost constantly on my head and I have made a couple observations. 1. Despite being “full” ear headphones, they are not sound blocking. On a couple of occasions, I have been hearing knocking on my door as well as the phone ringing and someone talking, even though I couldn’t understand what was spoken. Both have originated about 20 feet away. 2. the head band has a tendency to slide forward towards the forehead. I haven’t figured out why yet and will post when I do. Right now I am testing a couple of theories.

    167 people found this helpful

  3. Kailou

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value, really good passive NC, versatile connections, a tad muddy sounding.

    OneOdio Wired Over Ear Headphones Studio Monitor & Mixing DJ Stereo HeadsetsMy use case: music recording monitors (guitar, drum, vocal etc).Great value – hard to beat the price. Quality is really good, even more surprising considering the price. These could easily compete with headphones that are double or triple the cost.Passive noise cancelation is really quite good. Makes these a great choice as studio headphones.Comfort – I’ve found these to be plenty comfortable even for all-day sessions.Sound – can be a tad ‘muddy’. Bass response is good, but bass definition not the clearest..

    9 people found this helpful

  4. Evan Hunt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Working great!

    I love the deal I got on these headphones and the quality so far is great, might update later depending on how things go with them because I’ve had so much trouble finding headphones that last more than a couple months. So far the sound quality and comfortability are great, noise cancellation is decent and they look pretty cool too.

    One person found this helpful

  5. jasperg55

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound for a reasonable price

    Love the overall sound captured with these headphones. For my listening, it’s classic rock and metal, folk – American, British, Scottish and Irish for aReasonable price. I’ve been pleasantly surprised at the quality of these phones and hope to get years of use from them.

    One person found this helpful

  6. “edthehellion”

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value for a high-performance headphone

    I bought one of these in 2021 to replace a 20 year old set that was uncomfortable. I was surprised at the sound quality and how comfortable the earpieces are. I took them on a plane trip to use for listening to podcasts. I discovered that they have a respectable level of sound deadening as well given that they are not passive and not noise-cancelling. Recently I went on a cruise and took these headphones. They were used on a plane, airport, poolside, used on several beaches. I’m happy to say they survived and are still working flawlessly. I like these so much I bought 2 more sets to have as sparesPRO:Sound quality is excellentVery large and comfortable ear cuff – seals to my head even wearing glassesEach earpiece has an input jack and they are 1/4″ on one side and mini on the other. The cord has the 2 sizes of plug on each side, gives you lots of connectivity options. BONUS: the free earpiece jack can be used to connect another persons phones for 2-person listening.Excellent valueNot overly heavyCON:The earpieces swivel all the way around, so sometimes you will pick them up and they will be misconbobulated.The cord only has a 6″ coiled segment – does not give you that long reach like a fully coiled cord

    34 people found this helpful

  7. Grayson

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good if you’re on a budget, but beware.

    Here’s the thing: With Headphones, especially ones that boast such long battery life, you need to make sure that SPECIFIC qualities are met in order to call them ‘good quality’. And Quality is from the perspective of the buyer. So, I’ll give pros and cons, what situations the headphones are GOOD for, and what they AREN’T so good for.Pros:-Relatively good bass and mid-end response, relies a lot of the music you listen too. Of course anything can be changed with an in-app EQ system or something similar.-LOOOOOONG battery life.-Relatively good for GAMING, if you intend to use just the headphones. In-line mics that come with headphones like these are normally famously bad.-These things can get LOUD. Just don’t do it TOO long, you WILL get hearing loss-Lightweight, doesn’t squeeze TOO bad on the skull-The buttons on the underside of the right ear are tactile, responsive, and easy to understand/use-There’s practically zero delay in audio when using apps like TikTok, Apple Music, YouTube, and the like, but that’s one of the golden standards of all Bluetooth headphones these days, so don’t take that as a divine sign that these are perfect.-The price for this quality is relatively acceptable, but once again, it’s pretty reliant on how you PLAN to use them.Cons:—Remember how I mentioned how any frequency could be toned by changing the in-app EQ? Well, for some genres, it feels like changing the EQ is somewhat MANDATORY in order to get the quality sound out of the music you like listening. For example, I listen to a LOT of stuff. For dubstep, I absolutely HAD to have the “Increase Bass” on my iPhone, and my fellow Apple users know it’s such a PAIN to take 20 seconds of a song to go INTO the settings, find the music app, FIND the EQ setting, scroll through like the 30 EQ SETTINGS just to find the right sound. And you’ll have to repeat the process on the next song, and the song after that, unless you’re listening to only ONE GENRE in a playlist, which is understandable.— For how BIG AND ROUND the outside of the speakers are, there is a REGRETTABLE lack of space for people with slightly larger-than-normal ears on the inside. I have a big head, and the headphones are CERTAINLY big enough to sit nice and snug, but my ears feel as if they just can’t fully fit INTO the cushioning. For people with thick-framed glasses this could be a problem.-If you’re listening to relatively one-dimensional audio (like a standard YouTube video), the quality is pretty good! However, listening to music with low-end AND high end sounds the headphone’s speakers just can’t seem to handle these two sounds at once, favoring the Low-end tones SUBSTANTIALLY. Of course, this is MOST notable with crazy loud genres like hard rock, dubstep, some versions of hip hop (like 4% of it) and some one-off genres. Surprisingly, these headphones EXCEL in classical music, spoken word, MOST of hip-hop, lofi, and certain forms of rock (for example, Kickstart My Heart by Mötley Crüe still sounds relatively good! But, like I said it seems like EQing is necessary for that TRUE quality.)—This con MIGHT be the deal breaker for some, but I have to point it out. There was absolutely no need to dump all the designing of these headphones into BATTERY LIFE. The cushions on the ears are simply not padded enough and the sound quality is not so extremely good that I can SEE myself wearing these for 110 HOURS in any compact amount of time. The average music FANATIC listens to music on an average of MAAAAYBE 2 hours a day, and that isn’t even all with HEADPHONES, that counts car radio. A music fanatic could get a remarkably comfortable and clearer-sounding headset with only FOURTY (40) hours of battery life, use it for 2 hours average for just music listening and they could STILL go just over 3 weeks before needing to consider recharging. Using that same standard, someone could take THESE headphones, go almost TEN WEEKS (2 1/2 MONTHS) without needing to plug it in. But YOU need to decide if that is WORTH it. Is the impossibly long battery life worth losing a regrettable amount of sound quality in some of your favorite genres? Are you WILLING to sacrifice a comparable amount of comfort just so you can have long lasting Bluetooth headphones for under 50 dollars? A lot of headphones around this price range are all about trade offs. You either get good sound, but uncomfy and expensive, comfy but not great sound and expensive, OR cheap but bad sound and uncomfy. A lot of these headphones are a ‘pick your poison’ deal.Sorry, I know I said I’d keep it short and sweet, but I’m a music fanatic, so much so that I am literally IN COLLEGE for music recording engineering and producing. Luckily for me, I only got these headphones so I could A. Connect them to my TV and watch my shows in silence to avoid disturbing my roommate, B. Have a DECENT sounding set of headphones for the LONG trips, and C get something I could potentially take to campus with me so I’m not making my ears get super irritated by Airpods (which get CRAZY uncomfortable after about 30 minutes). So, this set of headphones DID check all the boxes for me. The show-watching frequencies fit perfectly, and they ARE comparably more comfy than AirPods, AND have long battery life for the long haul. But if even ONE of those needs hadn’t been met, I could see myself returning these the day after I opened them. So yeah. They ARE pretty good. But normally headphones that only perform SITUATIONALLY are not an incredible investment. Have a great day, thanks for reading.

    10 people found this helpful

  8. Kit Dragon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Edited Review! Please read!

    Please read…NOT a rant. Thank you.The Good:Great sound…Impressively clear and free of distortions.Multiposition headband and earpieces make this a very flexible item.Fits very well (excluding the ear muffs). Stays in place as you walk around.Nice, easy, and seamless Bluetooth connectivity.******[edited in brackets]***********[Customer service contacted me. We exchanged several pleasant emails. In the end, they shipped me a new product. I am beyond pleased with a company that takes this much pride in its product. It is very possible that I received a malfunctioning unit battery. I have changed my review because they fixed the issue without a fuss. That is QUALITY customer service.]I have now used this head set for over 60 hours without recharging. The first product was defective…Great customer service too care of that issue!******The BAD: (And it is a game changer)Battery life is horrible. After fully charging overnight, the unit lasts ONLY about 4 hours. +/- a few minutes. There is no warning that the battery is almost empty. This happens EVERY day.When the unit shuts off, the Bluetooth causes my system to freeze. I also use a Bluetooth mouse, and this causes everything to freeze up. However, I have a backup corded USB mouse that forces the reconnecting of the Bluetooth, so I don’t lose my work…Otherwise, it is a total system freeze.

    4 people found this helpful

  9. Drusilla131

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones with a few strange quirks

    I currently own various sets of headphones from OneOdio. This being my 3rd pair I wasn’t hesitant at all to get these and put them through their paces. I am pickier than your typical consumer so this review might be longer than what you normally read so please bare with me.Design-4 starsThese are just as beautiful as most of the company’s other headphones so there shouldn’t be concerns wondering if you will look like a dufus walking down the street or even on mass transit. They have the ability to fold into them which allows you to put them into the included bag which is very convenient. Another nice feature is the ability to have the ear cups fold down onto your chest instead of them facing up. The reason it’s a lot more comfortable to have the ear pads resting on your collar bone than the hard plastic covers of the opposite side. Also people won’t be irritated by the music you might be listening to. The ear cups are very soft as well as the head band. These have really nice red stitching on the top of the headphones which also includes the branding. Finally inside the cups the left and right channels are very well labeled with an “L” and “R”.The few potential concerns that I see due to my experience with Oneodio’s headphones are the folding joints. Like previous ones I own they tend to loosen over time, making it extremely irritating to keep them in the ready to wear position. There is no way to tighten these unless you feel the need to do slight surgery to these to possibly find a way to tighten them up. I currently display all of my headphones on headphone display racks. Unlike my other brands of headphones these could go into “flop” mode like my other OneOdio brand headphones. The second is the ear cup is a perfect circle and not oval like one of their other wireless models they sell. Mine and probably others like me have extended ear lobes, making it a task to have your ears sit comfortably within the headphones. It seems most headphone companies are going the oval route to cover all shapes and sizes of ears, but for some reason OneOdio decided to go with a completely round ear cup. These won’t be my first choice when it comes to a grab and go for a walk type headphone.Functionality-4 stars When it comes to ease of use these are top notch. These headphones come with a minimalist approach when it comes to functionality. 3 buttons do it all with the multi-function button recessed making it easier to know the difference between it and the volume buttons. The multifunction button works for turning them on with a long press and the same to turn them off. You will get a chime with both off and on. While wearing them the UP volume button would the button closest to the back of your head the DOWN being closest to the front of your face. One thing to note, when reaching maximum volume you are greeted with a subtle bell tone which is nice change from other headphones I have used in the past. They also play the same role of next track and previous track as well. A new accessory that comes with these headphones is an included inline mic for people who want to use these for gaming on their PS4 and XBOX ONE as well as wired phone calls. The function button on the inline mic is only for answering and ending calls. There isn’t a way to mute yourself if you decide to use these for gaming; muting yourself on the phone would be done through the phone itself. Bluetooth connection is quick and seamless as well as the connection is very strong, distance can really depend on your surroundings. The functionally of these headphones do also come with potential concerns to downright annoyances. The first being the extreme tactile feel of the volume buttons. They are SO loud when you are trying to change the volume. Furthermore, I was on a call with my wife and when I tried to increase the volume to hear her better. She commented that she heard EVERY click of the volume button, asked me to stop as it was hurting her ears each time I did so. Now I am not sure if that is just a defect in these headphones or not but I not being using these for phone calls in the near future. Speaking of the volume of these headphones they have a great balance of volume but for some odd reason OneOdio decided that every so often these need to reset the volume memory you had placed the last time you used them. I can say without a doubt that other manufactures like Mpow and Anker, this has never happened to me once. I have no idea why someone would want their volume reset to factory default for any reason when you can change it yourself if you feel the type of music your listening to requires it.Sound-5 stars One word describes these; AMAZING! The overall sounds of these are just incredible. These are really for the balanced sound enthusiast. Everything is so clear from the high highs to lows. Now I didn’t emphasize the low end because they just don’t hit the sub bass frequencies I love. I have tried these with all genres of music and where they just don’t do it for me is the BASS style music. Artists like DJ Magic Mike, Bass Patrol, Techmaster PEB, etc. These can’t seem to hit the really low notes like I am used to in a pair of Anker headphones that I own. Getting to the BASS I like requires a lot of adjustments to the EQ on whatever device you have them connected to but again this is what I see as a downside, to others this might not be an issue. This issue is from the basshead side of me and I know from the 100’s of reviews I have read on headphones this can be a concern to them as well. From others around me sound bleed doesn’t seem to be an issue with these either and I have listened to these at a rather healthy level! There really isn’t any major issues or concerns I have with the sound they produce as this topic can be very subjective. It really all depends on what type of music you’re passionate about.Battery and Misc -5 stars OneOdio claims 30 hours of battery life, of course depending on what you listen, volume and for the length of time, that claim can be subjective. Due to all of testing and general use I felt I met or almost exceed that time frame so kudos to OneOdio. It comes with all of the accessories you need to use them at home or on the go of course except a charging block, and come who doesn’t have at least one of those. I do have to say it is awesome that they included the inline mic and I can understand why they did as most of if not all Bluetooth headphones are really bad at mic response when using them for phone calls. This accessory clears up all the issues people have making phone calls with Bluetooth headphones.Over all these are some very stylish headphones, with great battery life and a very balance sound. Strong Bluetooth signal and I forgot to mention when registering with OneOdio they can extend your warranty by an additional year, how awesome is that?! Thanks for reading this entire review. I hope it was helpful as I have tried to find reviews as thorough and just come up short all the time.Thanks!

    501 people found this helpful

  10. D.G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    don’t return just swap the cable

    I got a set for our PC and initially thought I had made a mistake buying a returned set from Amazon Warehouse. There was background static when using the black cable that it came with. All it took to fix it was using the larger jack port on the other ear muff and the red cable that also came with the headphones and the static was gone. I got a really nice set of headphones for just $20 dollars. I also like that there is no microphone with these so you don’t have to worry about remote hackers listening in. I just ordered a second set of the returned ones for use at work because I’m betting they got a bad batch of the black cables and people are returning them without trying the red cable to remove the static.

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  11. bbky

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Headphones EVER for the price

    I love this headphones so much. grateful for an affordable pair of quality sounding headphones ANDthe DUAL headphone ports at 1/8 and 1/4″ is UNREAL lol, I LOVE it.I have purchased 5 pairs of these, 3 for myself and 2 as gifts. I also own the Bluetooth version. (which has a unique and specific locking 1/8″ cable ) thats not on these headphones tho bc these are wired onlymy critiques to make these a 5 starthe “fabric” they use on the headband part is uncomfortable over time bc its more like soft rubber .my hair parts in the middle so the headphone band will sit directly on my scalp and also rub back and forth a little. that bothers me and has become uncomfortable , Enough so that I wrote this review lmao bc if they used a Plush Soft Velvety Fleece type headband…. boiiii Game Over to the rest of the headphones , ESPECIAlly at this price point. 🤣I would pay 5 more dollars honestly so I feel like the company might be able to do that and still profit.same complaint for the ear covers too.the other critique is, having different bluetooth names could be nice so that pairing across different phones doesn’t become a hassle if you own a pair and so does your partner or friend. I found myself adding a small sticker to my pair, so that it syncs quickly with MY iPhone instead of my partners lol. can be inconvenientanyway im tired of writing this nowoverall I say Buy them , ive owned plenty of headphones with a few of them being upwards of $400. These sounds just as good as $150 pair of senheiser whatever; although Headphones have built in EQ curves and a few of my film audio friends of mine prefer the classic brands; but IMO these sounds great and I recorded dialogue with them. IMO my friends senheisers run too crispy , and my other friends Beyer dynamics sound Fine. imo these headphones sound nice. Bose sound like a home theatre to me. Anyway hope this helps someone

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  12. Conrad kegler

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Extremely Cheap and good for people with low standards

    I’ll start this off by saying I’m no audiophile, I’ve ordered these same headphones 3 times over the past 5 or so years and they may have been noticeably worse every time in terms of both audio quality and material, but they get the job done and it’s easier to just order the same headphones again each time they break instead of trying to find a better pair that fits my needs.I’m gonna be honest they aren’t comfortable out of the box the ear cuffs are kinda awkward and uncomfortable and the headband has a weird angle to it but that eases up with time.So realistically you should only buy these if you want headphones you aren’t afraid to break that have a replaceable cable and go to the Amazon front page for headphone recommendations

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  13. M. Patterson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones for the price but, with a small caveat

    So, I got these as they’re highly rated and people seemed to overwhelming like them despite the lower price. I have to say, having just owned them a couple of hours they are really great headphones with the caveat that, the highs are not great. If you’re into bass heavy music (Rap/Dubstep/etc) then these are the headphones for you. If you’re into metal and like great and clear highs, I’d search elsewhere. However, for less than $50 these are amazingly clear, comfortable, and seriously, they have some great bass.The other downside are the cans. They swivel way too easily and these run just a little small. My head is fairly normal size (maybe skews a little big on the normal side) and they’re comfortable but they’re not as great fitting as my Sennheiser’s which are markedly more expensive.If you want something with great sound and wireless, these are great. These are not, however, “studio” headphones despite any claims to being such. They do not have the clarity on the highs as you’d want and studio headphones need a large range that these simply don’t produce.

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  14. J. Steier

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound, not a great fit.

    So this is a bit of a strange review. Overall the headphones were nice. The sound was good. Connected easily enough to my PC. The main and really only issue is the earcups are to small for my ears. I never considered myself to have super large ears, but these just don’t fit over my ears and I really can’t wear them for more than an hour before they start to hurt. I have adjusted them fully open and still it doesn’t help. Unfortunately I am going to have to send them back for a refund.

  15. Zero

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product that works great!

    Very impressed as soon as I played the first song through them to make sure they work. They definitely do! Sound quality is great, no complaints at all about sound quality, it is absolutely excellent and that’s just from listening to music. I can’t wait to use them when recording later!.The 3.5mm jack cable that came with it seems kinda cheap, but is working and the great thing about these headphones is they have the jacks on the phones themselves, so if the cable does end up being subpar, that’s an easy and cheap fix without having to get new headphones. Whether for listening casually or to be used in a studio situation, I highly recommend these headphones!

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  16. M. R. Engram

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound quality, but

    When I went shopping for headphones, I specified “over ear” because on-ear hurts my ears (glasses). These were ranked #1 for headphones on Amazon and cheaper than the version I was gonna get, but same brand!The sound quality on these is fantastic, but now only do the ear cups sit on my ears instead of over them, whatever material the cups are made up constantly makes a creaky grating noise if I move at all, like I’ve got Styrofoam strapped to my head. The auxiliary cable also brushes against my shoulder which again sets off that creaky grating noise. In instances I’m able to play sitting COMPLETELY STILL this isn’t an issue, and so it’s always an issue.I assume it not fitting over my ears is just an issue of “ears are smaller where these came from, deal with it” like trying to buy clothes without knowing they came from the other side of the world until it’s too late. So! If you have ears on the smaller side and don’t rotate like a rotisserie chicken when relaxing (or got them for work) these should be great for you! They just didn’t exactly work out for me.

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  17. Emyl Laerton

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound, good ear coverage. Big fit, but not big enough.

    Sounds great, build quality seems good. Ear cup diameter is big and foam pads are ample in size and thickness. But if you’re like me and have a freakishly large head bigger than a prize Christmas goose, the headband may *not quite* fit on your head. They “fit” but its a super snug stretch to get the cups fully down over my ears. To be fair, they have the least-bad fit of the other headphones I’ve had lately so roll the dice if you’re looking for something to try or don’t mind putting the band down behind your neck, on your forehead, etc. For the remaining 90% of “anatomically correct” people out there, they’ll be just fine. So don’t let me deter you if you’re in that majority.

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  18. Mr. F

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect headphone other than failing right side cabling

    I bought these after I wore out other Oneodio wired headphones on the same right side. When these work, these are the top pick for any tracking musicians in my studio over sennheisers or any other random brands I have sitting around. Super awesome volume and quality, albeit WHEN they work but have had major longevity issues with this particular brand. This set of headphones lasted less as long as my last pair. I ordered these in September 2023 and as of Jan 2024, the right side is dead. I am not abusing nor transporting these things in rough condition, they have not been physically abused in any way other than regular just put on head and listen. The right side just randomly dropped one day and it I press in on the right side cup while worn, the connection intermittently kicks bacl on. Obvious quality control issues on the right side wiring. Tried both input ports and same issue. Tried to repair but the hair-thin wiring is impossible to discern where point of failure could be. May try to rewire this with Cat5 Ethernet cabling.

  19. Crash

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    They’re what I needed.

    I have a high end pair of Beyerdynamic headphones, but they are semi-open back. I can’t record vocals with them because of the bleed, and wanted something inexpensive with a closed back for that purpose.These sound OK in the highs and mids, but the low end sounds like mud – big spike at 100-200 Hz, I suspect. Also, despite the reviews, they are not nearly as comfortable as by Beyers (but then again, nothing is!).Still, they filled a need for me. I will not be doing any mixing or mastering with them, so the sound quality is not that important. They’re inexpensive, they work, and they arrived in one day. I’m happy.

  20. djs

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Big Sound!

    I’m no expert in sound quality, but these headphones have a big sound. They might be a little “muddy” with loud rock music but it really doesn’t bother me for my purposes. Bass response is impressive. If I was more knowledgeable I might complain but I used to play classic rock in the 80’s, so I’m not that discriminating.I’ve listened to soft quiet acoustic as well as the loud stuff and am totally satisfied with the sound quality.The only thing I would like more is a little more cushiness and comfort over the ears. These are far better than many I’ve tried, but not the best. The only reason I didn’t give them a 5. Would definitey recommend.

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  21. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Just OK

    I returned them minutes after receiving them. The main reason was the ear cups are too small for my ear and I don’t think I have big ears. I wanted these for playing guitar, bass and to use at church while running the soundboard. They don’t block or isolate hardly any external sound. I played my bass through my Fender Rumble 25 and the audio quality was just OK. For the price I would have kept them if they fit better and blocked external sound better. I know they aren’t noise canceling or anything, but they allow as much sound as some open back headphones.For reference the earcup inner diameter is only about 43mm.

  22. Gustavo Herrera

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very nice quality for the price

    They sound amazing, and block practically all external noise. I love that they come with a 3.5mm to 6.5mm cable and another 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable with a built in mic. You can also use that second cable with other headphones, and the mic works pretty well, I’ve been using it for online classes.You can also connect both cables at the same time and listen from 2 different devices, or connect another pair of headphones to share what you hear.

  23. StormTrackerJay2

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Decent headphones for sure

    These are decent headphones with pretty good sound, especially the bass. I wished they were a tiny bit bigger in size and headphone cups were padded fine, but uncomfortable for me after just 30 minutes. I have cheaper well padded and good sounding headphones that are more comfortable to wear for over an hour with no problems. Price was good, sound was very good and folds up too. But they were not so comfortable to wear for over 30 minutes for myself and I have very little hair and not a big head. LOL . 4 stars.

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  24. John Williams

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Sound for Price

    These are perfect headsets, but like most products, you get what you pay for. It’s hard to say what people look for in headphones, so these only handle a little bass. Most other frequencies are acceptable if you don’t turn the volume up too loud.

  25. Rhys Charbonneau

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Pair of Headphones

    I really loved these headphones! I purchased them to use with my Blue Yeti microphone and the sound quality was AMAZING! I loved listening to music or joining calls on these, as I could hear everything I needed to. I prefer over-the-ear headphones rather than on-the-ear, and these were excellent. The only reason I rated four stars is because they broke on me after two months of daily use. The sound quality was still excellent, but the adjustable pull-out areas on the headphones came apart, so they were unwearable. Very disappointing, considering I loved these headphones. If you’re someone who doesn’t use headphones daily and don’t have to constantly put them on and remove them, these are an excellent option. Otherwise, they don’t fully hold up.

  26. RK

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic! amazing customer support!

    These headphones have excellent sound quality and are very comfortable.I bought a pair of these a few years back, and they finally broke after daily use. I contacted customer support and they offered a nice discount on a replacement pair, even after the warranty period expired!

  27. Kevin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for my situation(s)

    Got two pair of these jokers! One pair for the home studio(not for mixing or anything.. just playback and recording), and one for the P16 @church. I’m not real crazy about taking ‘in ears’ out and in multiple times during live situations, so that’s one of the main reasons I rock with em. Another reason is because I’m a bass player, and also like to feel the room. These don’t have complete noise cancellation, I can hear the tone from my bass thru the mix and the rig. Oh, and the black/red color combo gives me a little identity.

  28. Candace

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    For casual music listening, these are good. For my beginning DJ’ing hobby? Not so much

    As someone who always wants as much bass as possible when listening to music, I appreciated that aspect of these headphones. But as I’m starting my DJ lessons, I’m realizing these won’t fit the bill. There is *too* much bass rendering music to sound “muddled” (I’ve tried for both bass-heavy and bass-lite songs). I need music to sound more balanced, more crisp for me to hear elements of a song more clearly. As for noise-cancelling, these excel.As for the durability and look of the headphones, these are pretty decent for the price. I like the color (grey/gold), the plushness of the earmuffs and headband. I’m not really a fan of how easily the earmuffs swivel, as other reviewers have commented on.Overall they are comfortable and look good for the price, but the sound quality is not where I need it to be, so I’ll be returning.

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  29. Will

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound quality good, build less impressive

    Now im no audiophile so you might disagree, but these sound pretty good to me. My main complaint is that the cord it comes with is short, but thats easy to fix and its made up for by the fact it came with a 6.35mm jack for my mixer or amp. Being able to play guitar as loud as i want on the couch next to my fiancée without drowning her out was a nice bonus. Also it does wear on my ears a bit, but i have a big head and also i insist on wearing a hat, which definitely pushes it just high enough off my ears that it doesn’t fit right.

  30. Janice L. Williams

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought the wrong ones — they were to be blue tooth again my fault. BUT, when sitting in the living room when hubby wants to watch his show and I want to watch mine they are wonderful (I have them connected to my tablet). Can still hear mine and be able to hear him if he needs me. We are then able to enjoy our shows without leaving the room.

  31. old fat guy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound and noise cancellation.

    I liked the overall sound. I listen to classical music. I got better sound from my phone and the CD player than from the computer. the bass was a tad strong for some online videos, but I am happy with the set.

  32. Richar

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best bang for your buck

    The sound quality is really good concerning it’s price, if you’re going for bass boost and noise canceling these headphones this may not be your pick, but there’s more to music than just the bass. I chose the bluetooth/wired so I’m able to alternate between jamming on my phone and gaming on pc. Granted there is sound leakage, but even high quality skullcandy headphones I’ve used have had sound leakage

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  33. hatefr33

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Really good sound and battery life

    If the rotation of the headphones would be able to lock would’ve been great. Because it can get annoying the way they just flipping and twisting and folding all at once when pick them up. Like I’m playing with a Rubik’s cube just to put them on my head. 🥴

  34. Mary

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    The ear Headphones, for my purposes, (listening to TV and computer) are perfect. Theyfeel good on the ears. They are a little large and if you put your head down quickly they mayfall forward. However, if you position them to the back of your head they work out muchbetter. All and all they work for me.

  35. Elizabeth Christian

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great bass

    I bought these as a gift for my husband & he loves them! He’s balding & loves the comfort of the padded top. He says the sound quality is great also & they don’t hurt his ears at all.

  36. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Hello!!! It’s March 12th today and I just want to say the battery is MAGNIFICENT. I haven’t charged these up EVER SINCE I GOT THEM, their on 20% and I got the them LAST MONTH Feb 15th

  37. Wally

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound!

    Super sound. Only issue I have is that these can be stored very compactly and the hinging of the ear pads takes a bit to get used to. Unlike most head phone devices that can be picked up with both hands and placed on your head, one may need to manipulate the earpad that doesn’t have the cord in order to place it correctly over your ear.

  38. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love them very good sound

    I love them the sound is amazing especially for the price then wearing them for about 4 hours no discomfort to the ears they stay on what more can I say they are a good buy

  39. E. Miller

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound. Comfortable. Don’t be married to the color you order.

    These are really good. Bought them for my bass practice amp and they have really good sound. They are comfortable for over an hour of use even with my glasses on I highly recommend them.Only issue is they sent me the wrong color. It’s not a big enough issue to return them but I was a little disappointed. If colors really matters, hopefully they won’t do this to you.

  40. Charles

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great purchase!

    I really didn’t have high expectations but these are perfect for casual listening/recording. Now, I’m a casual music mixer using serato and for general sound balancing before mastering for socials these are great for the price. I’m sure if you’re looking at professional recording they’re prob more better/expensive ones.Battery life is insane like really insane. Pretty comfortable, I can wear these for hours no problem. I have gamer headphones, beats, and AirPods – I prefer these over those for listening at home. Best $50 I’ve spent this month.

  41. Tigerlily

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good quality for the price

    These headphones are good quality, probably not the highest but the sound is very full not super high base, and very comfortable.

  42. Mikeal J

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    They are great but a little small

    I love these headphones for the price there amazing the bass is amazing and the vocals and low range is great I’ve had them for PC gaming for over a month and love them there build well and work great. Only issue with them is they are a bit smaller than other headphones but you get used to it the adjustable piece on them is also built nicely

  43. Ellie

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I am absolutely blown away by these headphones. I broke my last ones, and was freaking out trying to find new ones on a budget, expecting not much to write home about. I was so wrong! These things sound better than the ones I got for over twice the price for producing music. In fact she keeps stealing them 😅The aesthetics are a little so-so, look cheap, but if anyone comments just tell them to put them on!I think I am gonna keep coming back to these.

  44. RD_Prime

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Value

    I am a large male with a hat size of 7.5 and these fit well. The USB was plug n play simple. (It does take a few minutes to install the driver so plug it in and wait.) There are two ports on the USB but only one is for the headphone. Sound is very good and I wear hearing aids. The fold up feature is nice for transport.

  45. Mark Browning

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    How good are they

    I purchased these becasue of the number of reviews, huge number and good star rating.The sound is really good on these as others have said. Fit on the other hand is not that great, I can live with them but if I tried these on in the store I would have put them back.The head band is too large and the way they fit my head is a litle awkward.

  46. Enrique

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Over the head Headphone

    It doesn’t hurt my ears too much after having them on for a while. Not super heavy but not made of obviously cheap material. Only complaint is that the cord it comes with isn’t super long but I can always buy a longer one because the chord is removable. Comes with an extra chord that you can plug into amps if you’re into guitar

  47. Joe OverfeltJoe Overfelt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best freaking headphones ever

    I do music for a living, but that is not why I bought these headphones. I bought them to work with my amateur radio and let me tell you they are the best sounding headphones that I have ever had. I would highly recommend these headphones it comes with two cables, long cable, and a short cable, they are very comfortable on your head and provide a great sound

  48. Marie

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Bought it this morning and it arrived in the evening. About the headphone. Wow!!! It’s awesome!! I love the way it sounds, noise cancelling and all about the base. It came with two connections one just the cord without a microphone and the shorter cord with mic. This sounds like $200 but got it for cheap. A great buy for me.

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  49. William Jenks

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not as compact as id like but good

    It dont lay flat like those cheap sony folders. But it has a very long battery life and high quality sound keeps the sound in pretty well. Seems durable as heck and the cable being replaceable is ideal. Also comfortable and louder than those cheap sonys

  50. Kevin Dicomitis

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones for my podcast

    These headphones are great. I pair them with the mic I bought for my podcast and the pairing of the two have really made a difference in the quality of my podcast. I’m able to hear my co-host without any issues and the headphones do a great job of providing high quality sound.

  51. Firechamp

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Clarity, Loved multiple connection options

    Sound quality is good. I use it on my keyboard when I want to practice piano without disturbing anyone. It muffles out background noise, including the annoying clacking of the keys.

  52. Richard Lewis

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good earphones

    I like them a lot. The only trouble I have is minor, they invert when trying to put them on. The speakers are very good and are very comfortable. Highly recommend.

  53. alunta bright

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    i had about 5 pair of oneodio either some with cord or they headset screws over time to make it stay on ear and not flop goes wrong .and for the cord it gets a shortage after awhile and this is heavy everyday use

  54. santiago proaño

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    ok for the price

    After 2 years of casual use, the headphones broke. The sound quality seems good to me.

  55. Al V

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Durable, lots of bass.

    I was continually breaking headphones due to the fact that I wear themwhile mowing our acreage rain or shine. I am also a bass player and prefer lots of bass.These provide ample bass response for my taste. They have lasted me 1 1/2 years of constant outdooruse. I also use them in my home studio. I have dropped them multiple times with the 1/8 cord coming unplugged. I have ruined a few pair by having the plug in port no longer working by yanking on them. These have withstood all of that. I will buy another pair again, but these will last a long time. Only downside would be the ear pads are getting worn out a bit. No getting around that.

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  56. Cat

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought these for my mini studio, the sound quality is pretty freaking amazing, has just enough bass with out overpowering, also so far they seem very trustworthy when recording.

  57. Alex Gaspar

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    If you play and instrument…

    These are awesome, specially if you play an instrument! These earphones have two inputs. One for a 3.5mm jack and one for a 6.5mm jack. Use the 3.5mm input for your phone and apps or back tracks, use the 6.5mm to plug into your guitar or keyboard and you will have silent practice all day and night long. Everyone around may be a sleep, but guess what? You will be playing without bothering anyone. And the sound is superb!! So if you want to practice guitar while you listen to backtracks, or an online lesson, or a YouTube video, or just the metronome app on your phone, get these!! You will not disappointed!!

  58. Jewell Hayes

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Wrong option

    I enjoy the headphones, quality, etc.., but so wish I had opted for wireless ones!!

  59. cowboi

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good but not great

    They have a good sound but seem combersum and fit really tight. The two cables are a nice add on. Really wish the band was a bit bigger. I wear a 7 1/8 hat and the bandis a tad to short.

  60. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great versatile headphones

    These are the best headphones I’ve owned. The sound quality is excellent, they are extremely comfortable, and the two attachement cables make it usable in devices with either ⅛” or ¼” input connections. I love these headphones!

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