OneOdio OpenRock Pro is the result of several years of development, which can sound big without clogging your ear canal. This is a very important milestone for many.
OneOdio is not exactly a patina brand, it has been on the market for a long time, but it is also not a completely unknown manufacturer: OneOdio products are also liked and chosen by many people in Hungary, when it comes to listening to music on mobile, or, say, DJing, or watching movies at home. The huge advantage of the Chinese brand over dozens of manufacturers is that it was founded and operated by enthusiastic and dedicated engineers to this day.
This can also be seen in their products, where in many cases even the Hi-Res Audio plecsni is not missing. At the IFA exhibition in Germany, we also had the opportunity to try their latest development, which is not just one of many TWS earphones, but a very unique model that fills a gap in some respects.
OneOdio OpenRock Pro
The company’s newest TWS, i.e. True Wireless Stereo earphones, rest in an unusually large charging box, with which you don’t have to deal with any cables. The size of the case is no accident, as it is neither a stem nor a plug design, but a completely unique, new development.
OpenRock Pro consists of two parts: the flexible, rubberized and uniquely adjustable part must be placed behind your ear, which provides a stable hold. The other part goes in front of your auricle, so that nothing presses into your ear canal, but even the inner parts of your ear are not stretched by a plastic plug or silicone bell. A similar solution, in a different form, has already been tried by several companies (including very famous ones), but the sound, comfort and usability were impaired in each case.
However, the OneOdio OpenRock Pro does not only use the traditional speaker, but also an internal driver developed for bass, thus solving the biggest problem of open design earphones.
the lack of bass was also solved.
The OpenRock Pro can sound surprisingly full, with a lot of bass, its sound is warm, it doesn’t knock unpleasantly if you don’t look at its shape, it can even compete with a TWS earphone with a silicone tube. OneOdio named this bass enhancement solution built on a 16.2 mm driver as TubeBass technology.
And when it comes to TWS earphones, active noise filtering couldn’t be left out either. For this purpose, double microphones were used on each side, so the earphones filter out unwanted external noises from music or speech. It’s 2022 and we’re talking about new headphones, so perhaps we don’t need to say that the latest Qualcomm chip has been tested in the OpenRock Test, the simultaneous connection of two devices is supported and the application doesn’t lag.
Speaking of competition
Sound is also a primary consideration for headphones, but design and ergonomics must not be forgotten either. Despite its unusual design, the OpenRock Pro is not heavy and because it does not press on your ears, comfort is guaranteed even after long wear.
This last aspect becomes particularly prominent as soon as sports are discussed. OpenRock Pro can offer much more in this area than its traditional competitors. On the one hand, your ears won’t sweat during sports, and on the other hand, you can hear important external sounds better, which gives you greater safety during sports. Closely related to this is the IPX5 classification, which means that sweat and splashing water do not cause problems for the OpenRock Pro, on which the control was not solved with a touch-sensitive surface, but with physical buttons – those who do sports know exactly how important this function is.
The special, open design is beneficial even during prolonged use, it does not hurt your ears or ear cups, does not heat up, does not make you sweat, so it can also be an ideal choice for games. OneOdio managed to achieve all this in such a way that even at maximum volume, a disturbing amount of what you are listening to does not filter out. Another advantage of the unusual design and larger device body is the larger battery: with one charge, the two earphones can operate for up to 19 hours (this is usually 4-8 hours on average for competitors), and the OneOdio OpenRock Pro can be used for 46 hours with the charging case in place.
The earphones will soon be available in Hungary at a price of 99 Euros, and as soon as they arrive in our test lab, we thoroughly test them at home, at work, gaming and, of course, during sports.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by gemadhu.hit.gemius.pl.
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