Ikko OH10 In-Ear Monitors Review – Punches above Its Weight Class

Source: Tech Power Up added 30th Apr 2021

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My review of the Varmilo VA87M keyboard was done thanks to a PR agency in China that had seen our detailed product reviews and that TechPowerUp is one of very few websites not blocked by the Great Firewall of China. Their rep noticed my appreciation for the design of the Varmilo VA87M and inquired about my interest in another brand they manage. I admittedly had not heard of Ikko Audio before, but a cursory Google search revealed what could potentially be a real sleeper of an audio brand. The company’s About Us page needs some work still, talking about design philosophies more than the company story and origins, but that has not stopped it from bringing out multiple in-ear monitor earphones and accessories that made me agree to take a closer look at one. So here we are taking a look at the Ikko OH10, and thanks again to the company for sending a review sample to TechPowerUp!

The Ikko website is quite functional, with the product photos even more so. However, this was a case where a stock photo was not going to work well, so I adapted one of my own here. The Ikko OH10 is their intermedial in-ear monitor (IEM) situated between the more budget-friendly OH1 and extremely expensive flagship OH7, so the numbering scheme clearly needs some tweaking, too. Regardless, “Obsidian” is the tagline the company gives the OH10, and a look above shows why. The design of these earphones is reminiscent of obsidian rock, and Ikko claims these have enough precious metal inside to make obsidian seem cheap by comparison, too. Let’s go over the Ikko OH10 in more detail now to judge for ourselves whether the brand and the products are really what they appear to be, beginning with a look at the specifications in the table below.


Ikko OH10 In-Ear Monitors
Materials: Pure copper cavity, titanium diaphragm drivers, silver-coated cable, chambers coated internally with platinum and externally with titanium
Driver Units: 10 mm dynamic driver + Knowles 33518 balanced drive dual hybrid drivers
Sensitivity: 106 dB
Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 40 KHz
Impedance: 18 Ω
Nozzle Size: 5.7 mm
Cable Connectors: 3.5 mm TRS plug to source + two 2-pin 0.78 mm plugs to earbuds
Cable Length: 4 ft/1.2 m
Warranty: One year
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