OneOdio A10 Review

OneOdio A10 Review by MajorHiFi

Finding a good pair of Bluetooth headphones for less than a hundred dollars can be hard. OneOdio has been a name associated with good quality, inexpensive wireless headphones like the A30. The A10 is one of the latest editions to their wireless headphone selection, and it only costs $79.99. Is the A10 one of the best headphones you can get for less than a hundred dollars?

What You Get

  • 1 x OneOdio A10 Noise Cancelling Headphones;
  • 1 x Carrying Travel Case;
  • 1 x AUX 3.5mm Cable;
  • 1 x USB-C Charging Cable
  • 1 x User Manual

OneOdio A10 headband

Look & Feel

The A10 has a pretty standard look, but it still makes for a well-constructed pair of headphones. They adjust well and feature a flexible fold-in design for easy storage. The earpads secure your ears well and sit comfortably on your head. It’s a bit of a tight fit, but shouldn’t cause a ton of pressure.

OneOdio A10 above

Design & Functionality

Inside the A10 is a 40mm dynamic driver with a polymer diaphragm and a dual-audio chamber configuration. For a budget Bluetooth headphone, the A10 gives you some good output with ample headroom for your music You shouldn’t find that the A10 is too quiet even with ANC turned off. The strength of the ANC here is fairly standard for the price and gets the job done well enough. High-frequency interference comes through pretty regularly, but still shouldn’t cause too much disturbance to your isolation. Aside from transparency mode, no other features are offered. There is no companion app you can download with EQ.


The A10 supports Bluetooth version 5.0 and features a multipoint connection. You get your standard Bluetooth CODECs, but throughout my testing, I never experienced any dropouts.

Battery Life

The A10 probably has the best battery life for any noise-canceling headphones under a hundred dollars. With a full charge, you should be able to enjoy the A10 for fifty hours before needing to charge them. Only ten minutes of charge should afford you around five hours of playtime.

OneOdio A10 side


For a pair of Bluetooth headphones under a hundred dollars, the A10 has a wide soundstage. The imaging feels closed-in, but the stereo field comes through non-linearly, providing some surprising dimension to the mix. Instruments are separated, and positioned with semi-accurate spacing throughout the left and right channels. It exhibits good height, and everything stays out of the middle for the most part. There’s a better sense of movement here than with a lot of Bluetooth headphones that cost way more than the A10.

Low End

While not the cleanest response, the bass has a ton of power for those who need that impactful tone. Nothing about it appears muddy, but the response still isn’t very articulate. There’s a lack of elegance here, and it causes the bass to have this confused resonance. It’s a pretty satisfying response in terms of fullness, which should make most listeners happy when purchasing a pair of wireless headphones at this price.


You’re not going to get the most effective midrange out of most Bluetooth headphones in this price range. The A10 does the best it can to communicate instruments and vocals without too much recession, but it’s very clear that the lows and treble overshadow the mids significantly. It’s not the most offensive midrange tone, but they just aren’t very enticing or worth giving that much note. Everything appears very hollow and unconvincing in the mids, but shouldn’t feel too destructive to the sound signature overall.


There’s a surprising amount of high-frequency shine on the A10. The height of the soundstage is increased from the highs, offering a top layer of shimmer that adds good color to the sound signature. You get a nice rise in tone that covers the sound elements with a sense of tail, dissipating off of certain performances with crispness.


If you’re looking for a pair of inexpensive headphones with ANC, it’s hard to find anything else this reliable. The sound signature might not be up to the standards of other Bluetooth headphones, but it’s battery life and stable connection might be enough to be worth the purchase.

Pros Cons
  • Good soundstage and imaging
  • Colorful highs
  • Sleek design
  • Great battery life
  • Multipoint connection
  • Price
  • Unfocused bass
  • Hollow mids
  • No companion app


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Alex S. is a sound designer and voice-over artist who has worked in film, commercials, and podcasts. He loves horror movies and emo music.