Studio headphones doesn’t need to be expensive – that’s what OneOdio attempts to prove with the Monitor 60.
Big Picture: The OneOdio Monitor 60 Headphones are made suitable for tracking, mixing, broadcasting, monitoring, and mastering music, all at a sub-$100 price point.
- Hi-Res Audio certification
- OneOdio Monitor 60 have a Hi-Res Audio certification. This means their signal processing and dynamic response are recognized to produce high-resolution sound, based on the criteria laid down by the JAS (Japanese Audio Association) and CEA (Consumer Electronics Association).
- This supports OneOdio’s claim that the Monitor 60 is great for music production due to its clear and detailed sound.
- Detachable cables
- For better compatibility and versatility, users will have the option to switch between the 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable with microphone, the 3.5mm to 6.35mm coiled cable, or the standard 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable.
- Aesthetic build
- Despite the low price point, OneOdio equipped the Monitor 60 with a professional and modern-looking build. Their earcups feature a CD-pattern metal honeycomb mesh design, which complements their black and silver accents.
- Ergonomic design
- With their soft artificial leather earpads, adjustable headband, and 90° rotating earcups, the OneOdio Monitor 60 promise to provide users with optimal comfort and fit.
- Shareport Function
- OneOdio also made it much easier to share audio with your colleagues via the Shareport function, which allows you to form a daisychain to from the Monitor 60 to another pair of headphones. This is useful when recording music with multiple vocalists or instruments, as well as when working with a team to mix and master specific projects.
- Form Factor: Over-ear
- Type: Closed-back
- Connectivity: Wired
- Driver size: 50mm
- Impedance: 38Ω
- Sensitivity : 100dB±3dB
- Frequency response: 20Hz-40KHz
- Max input power: 1600mW
Between the lines: The OneOdio Monitor 60 are designed for audio engineers, musicians, and budding audiophiles who wish to enjoy high-resolution audio while listening to or mastering music.