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OneOdio Y80B Wireless Over The Ear Headphone Review

OneOdio is a manufacturer with more than 10 years of experience in audio products. They started pretty immersed in the world of DJs, and they have always been known for achieving good sound quality at affordable prices.

Packaging has so far been more helpful at OneOdio. This also applies to the small box in which the Studio Pro C Wireless is offered. There isn’t much to see here, and there aren’t any big surprises inside either.

 

PROSCONS
Excellent sound qualityUncomfortable for long use
80 hours of battery life
Excellent Bluetooth range
Removable microphone

General

OneOdio Studio Wireless(Y80B)
$CHECK PRICE
Brand‎OneOdio
ModelStudio Wireless(Y80B)
TypeOver the Ears
ColorsBlack
Dimensions ‎16.9 x 14.6 x 10.7 cm
Weight401 g
ConnectivityWireless

The OneOdio Studio Pro M are all-terrain headphones that can work via Bluetooth or cable. From my point of view, its most recommended use would be with the line for gaming on PCs or consoles and with Bluetooth for everything else. In terms of strengths, its sound quality is excellent for its price, and the Bluetooth connection has an excellent range and low latency. Little more can be asked for in headphones that cost about 45 USD.

Design

TypeOver the Ears
Driver50mm
Impedance32ohm
Driver TypeDynamic
ANCNo

The OneOdio Studio Pro M (Y80B) are versatile headphones since they can work via Bluetooth or an analogue connection with the 3.5 mm minijack connector. We can use the headphones to listen to music with the mobile phone or computer with Bluetooth or to use them for gaming with the microphone on the PC, mobile or console.

In the box we can find:

Package included:
Studio headphone.
2m audio cable with boom mic&volume control.
Dual 3.5mm “Y” extended cable.
Micro USB charging cable.
User manual.
Portable bag.

The headphones themselves are made of plastic, with which they achieve a weight of 251 grams (without the microphone). They are, for the most part, black, although they have some red details. The result is quite good because they are elegant headphones without being too bland, and visually they appear to cost more than their price.

The build quality is less than spectacular due to the materials, although the feel in hand is quite good for a budget headset. In addition, the headphones do not creak or make noise while we are wearing them or when we manipulate them.

The Studio Pro M headphones have a handy foldable design (they fold in almost every direction) for easy storage and portability.

 

In terms of ergonomics, the headband is adjustable in size, and the cups can move around two axes, so they adapt well to the shape of our head. In addition, both the cups and the headband have generous padding covered in leatherette.

The earcups are supra-aural headphones; this means that they do not block outside noise; more importantly, they can cause discomfort if we have delicate ears because they are held in position by pressing against the ears (not against the head like circumaural headphones).

The distribution of buttons and connections is correct, although it would have been appreciated if the charging port was USB-C instead of the old-fashioned micro USB (for charging with fewer cables).

Features

MicrophoneYes
ControlYes
SpeakersYes
WaterproofNo
Sensitivity 110±3dB
RGBNo

In terms of sound, each cup has a 50mm dynamic driver with neodymium magnets that produce an excellent sound.

The bass is powerful but controlled. They have enough kick so that you feel the rhythm of the music hitting you in the head, but they do not monopolize all the prominence. Travel is a bit short, but for what these headphones cost, the bass is impressive.

The media are apparent; they have strength and presence. The voices are heard direct and natural, as are the main instruments. The separation of instruments is somewhat fair, but they can maintain their composure even with complex melodies.

The highs are a bit more limited, but they are warm and clean. If you compare them simultaneously with more expensive headphones, you may notice some differences, but they are perfect.

Overall, the OneOdio Studio Pro Ms have outstanding quality sound for their price. They can produce a balanced sound, with a bit of emphasis on the low frequencies, but clean and detailed. Something that is not usual in headphones of less than 120 USD.

In addition, they also have a lot of power. The volume rises a lot without spoiling the sound quality, which may be necessary since they do not block external noise and circumaural headphones.

The hands-free quality is quite decent and allows us to use the headphones to make calls and video calls in low-noise environments.

Battery

Battery TypeRechargeable
Battery LifeUp to 30 Hours
Charging Time3 hours
Charging PortUSB-C

The headphones feature an internal 1,500 mAh battery that provides up to 80 hours of playtime. 

The battery can charge via a micro USB port located on the left cup. And, although it is not a problem due to its excellent battery life, we cannot use the Bluetooth headphones while we are charging them. By cable, we can use them without load.

Connectivity

Bluetooth5.0
CodecHFP / HSP / A2DP / AVRCP
ConnectionWireless
APPNo

The physical on/off button in the right cup, and the volume controls up and down. In addition, there we also have the analogue socket where the microphone and the cable are hooked. In the left cup, we have the micro USB port to charge the battery of the headphones.

The headphones have Bluetooth 5.0, and the connection is very stable and fast. However, that is a normal thing for all modern Bluetooth headphones. What has surprised me the most has been the spectacular reach. 

With these headphones, you can be in the kitchen listening to the PC signal without any cut. Something very unusual, most headphones start to cut off before arriving in the kitchen.

In addition, they have multipoint to be connected to a computer and a mobile phone at the same time. 

The lag or delay is so slightly due to Bluetooth that nothing has bothered me, not even playing shooting games on the PC (where lag tends to disturb the most), so they can be used without problems to play games, watch movies, etc.

Audio Quality

SBC and AAC are supported. In addition, comes Bluetooth 5.0 for use. With headphones in this price range, the absence of aptX isn’t that tragic, but it’s still a shame. OneOdio also advertises the 50 mm drivers. According to the statement, the neodymium magnets provide stereo hi-fi sound and, of course, super-rich bass. Well, let’s see if that’s true.

The buttons on the headphones do not work in wired mode and are only intended for Bluetooth control. The button on the cable functions as a pause/play button.

  • Hold the multifunction button for 5 seconds: on / off
  • Press the multifunction button once: pause/play Press the multifunction button for 3 seconds: voice assistant
  • Press the plus button once: increase the volume
  • Hold down the plus button for 2 seconds: next track
  • Press the minus button once: decrease the volume
  • Hold down the minus button for 2 seconds: previous track
  • Press the plus and minus buttons simultaneously for several seconds: reset pairing history
  • Press the multifunction button once, for a call: accept/hang up

The functions are manageable but cover the entire audio control, including volume control. At least in wireless mode, you can operate the music player without using your smartphone. OneOdio still does without an app. There are no firmware updates or an alternative control system, but they are not necessary with the OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless.

Comfort

The OneOdio model makes a considerable amount of heat around the ears. There is no ventilation mechanism or the like. The OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless also provides an excellent seal without having to rely on ANC.

The inside radius is only 4.5 cm; the padding is 2.5 cm wide and 2 cm thick. There is only limited space for my ears; they don’t quite fit in, which means they are pressed against my head. This can lead to discomfort after a long period of wear.

There is another polyester layer directly above the driver, unfortunately without padding. There is also no water protection. OneOdio would have preferred not to have seen the Studio Pro C Wireless underwater.

If you want to use the headphones for a long time, you should know that the OneOdio Studio Pro C is not the lightest, even if the weight is well distributed over the headband. The over-ear headphones weigh 260 grams.

Battery

As before, the wireless on the right earbud goes two ways. If you connect the over-ears via the aux cable, the wireless part is deactivated. The headphones then draw their energy from the host device battery.

If you use the Bluetooth connection, an integrated battery is, of course, used. OneOdio specifies this with a full 1500 mAh. However, the headphones with their 260 grams are significantly lighter than the recently tested Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX, which in turn had a smaller and lighter battery with 1200 mAh.

The battery life specified at 80 hours also speaks in favor of a large battery. If you take the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX again for comparison, it looks wildly exaggerated. Here are 40 hours (B&O without ANC) against 80 hours (OneOdio, no ANC available), with only 300 mAh more.

If the OneOdio runs on battery, it will last an excellent 50 hours as long as you are in the medium volume range, which is enough for many occasions. If you increase the volume, the hours drop somewhat, but they can certainly stay within an adequate range of around 40 hours. So the battery is probably bigger, but not 80 hours.

If the OneOdio Studio Pro C Wireless has to be charged, you should bring some time with you. Almost 3 hours for a full charge is a house brand.

Conclusion!

The OneOdio Studio Pro M (Y80B), what a name, are exciting off-road headphones. The sound quality is excellent for its price, and the Bluetooth connection has incredible range and very little lag. In addition, the build quality is quite good, and they come with a dedicated microphone in case we want to use them for PC or console gaming.

Its only weak point is its over-ear design. The first thing is that because of that; they do not block outside noise too much. And secondly, the headphones flatten ears. This depends on your head, ears and preferences. But in general, headphones with a circumaural design tend to be more comfortable.

In short, for about 45 USD that they usually cost, they are highly recommended headphones at a very competitive price. If you are looking for sound quality and a good Bluetooth connection and do not mind that the design is supra aural, the OneOdio Studio Pro M (Y80B) is an excellent option.

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