The OD200 is a revolutionary IEM with industry-leading air control technology. It features a new patent-pending Dedicated Airflow Distribution (DAD) design based on years of experience designing dynamic driver earphones.
ORIVETI OD200 in-ear monitors are equipped with a high-quality 9.8mm Be-Coated (Beryllium-Coated) dynamic driver.
The CNC-milled metal ergonomic design housing ensures comfortable wearing, product durability, and a premium feel.The British Racing Green color adds a touch of elegance and style to the OD200.
OD200 also comes with an exchangeable nozzle, multiple connector options, and a variety of ear tips, etc. It offers a complete package for the price.
The DAD (Dedicated Airflow Distribution) design is a specific feature that aims to optimize the airflow within the earphone housing.
The DAD design provides a dedicated path (TUBE) for airflow between the front and rear acoustic chambers of the earphone, improving dynamic driver performance and sound quality.
OD200 is equipped with exchangeable nozzles, which allow you to switch between two different sound signatures, providing versatility and customization options.
OD200 is equipped with handmade 8 wires and braided cable. Comes with modular plugs, 3.5mm stereo / 2.5mm balanced / 4.4mm balanced, which allow you to change according to the different playing sources.
The black nozzle can be a bit shouty depending on your source and tracks. Testing is done with the silver nozzle installed because it suits my taste more being more balanced compared to black.
The OD200 has a lively, energetic, and entertaining overall presentation with a slightly warmer-than-neutral tonality.
It has a mildly W-shaped sound signature that has a fairly fast and impactful mid-bass response, a slightly recessed midrange with a good level of transparency and presence, while the treble range has a focal point that is concentrated to the lower treble area, which creates a good sense of clarity and definition. The rest of the treble can be called smooth.
The 9.8mm dynamic driver of the OD200 offers a fairly fast, controlled, and impactful bass response that can produce an efficient grade of sub-bass depth, extension, and rumble. The tonality of the midbass is soft and musical, while the slam effect is pretty successful when listening to a wide variety of genres.
It is not the most detailed midbass response that I have heard from an IEM at this price level. However, it offers a decent performance while listening to instruments such as cross drums, trumpets, or bass- and acoustic guitars that do have a natural warmth and musicality.
The deep bass response has plenty of energy. The deep bass has a lot of presence it’s also most prominent below the midsection. This produces an unbloated character with a solid bottom end.
The midrange of the OD200 has a pretty transparent and airy atmosphere. The midrange sounds slightly recessed when I do listen to instruments and vocals that are not overdone. The lower midrange shows a sufficient sense of depth and warmth when I listen to male vocals or instruments such as a guitar or viola.
The vocal presentation is one of OD200’s highlights and the midrange just exudes detail. It’s a bit forward but buttery smooth
The clarity and tonality is decent in this area and meets my expectation from an IEM at this price level. The upper midrange is the main attraction of the OD200 in this area. It is energetic, extends pretty well, and offers a lot of information in terms of macro detail.
It sounds a bit too saturated and energetic for my taste. Instruments like pianos, violins, or flutes are reproduced with a good grade of presence and in a pretty lively manner.
The lower treble of the OD200 is the main actor of the treble area which is more pronounced and detailed compared to the upper treble region. The lower treble region sounds in general fairly detailed and controlled, while the extension is on an adequate level.
The OD200 has an audible roll-off in the mid-treble area. The upper treble region is less energetic compared to the lower treble & upper midrange regions and shows a sufficient grade of airiness and sparkle while listening to percussions.
Crash cymbals and Hi-Hats for example do have a moderate level of intensity and sharpness. You won’t have to worry about harshness, and the OD200 is very relaxed up top and non-fatiguing.
The OD200 is impressive when it comes to width and depth. When listening to classical music especially, you get a sense of natural width and height, with frequencies evenly dispersed throughout the sound field. Nothing about the imaging appears grandiose, but feels perfectly representative of an accurate mix, with some added separation.
This gives the stage a more articulate and transparent sense of clarity, and it made the image all that more immersive to me. You can almost feel the air between spaces, which makes the panning response all the more enjoyable throughout a variety of genres.
ORIVETI OD200 is a carefully researched and designed product that offers an excellent unboxing experience with plenty of good-quality accessories. It boasts a robust build quality and beautiful design. OD200 was one of the best unboxing experiences for me in this price range.
As for the sound, ORIVETI came up with a mainstream tuning for this model which makes the OD200 a great performer for vocal-driven music alongside genres like EDM, Rap, Hip-Hop, and Rock.