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Aiwa Arc-1 Review – Bluetooth Headphones with Cool Features

Technical Details

Driver, Technology 40 mm Dynamic, Bonded biocellulose Composite with flexible surround
Impendance 20 Ohm
Frequency range 15 Hz up to 20 kHz
Max. Input power 40 mW
Sensitivity 115dB/mW @ 1 kHz IEC 318
Inputs 3.5 mm Stereo mini jack, Bluetooth 4.2
Bluetooth range 10+ Meter
cable length 1,2 Meter
supported codecs aptX, aptX LL, SBC, AAC
Battery life 20 hours / 800 hours Standby
Weight 258 grams
Materials Aluminium, imitation leather, genuine leather
Price € 89.95*


In spite of the price and the materials used, we have some faults with the workmanship, but first we address the positive aspects. As mentioned, the bracket is completely made of aluminium, but it is not completely torsion-resistant and can be attached so comfortably.

All pads, covers and seams are also well finished or glued. Nothing stands out or is loose. The leather on the headband is nice to touch and has no flaws. The plastic elements are also processed flawlessly, there are no sharp or protruding edges.

The only negative point is the MicroUSB socket. This is a bit slipped in the case and doesn’t fit properly. The cable can still be connected without any problems, but you can see this small error directly if you look at the Arc-1 from below.

Wearing Comfort

With only 258 grams the Arc-1 is really light. Aiwa does a lot right when it comes to wearing comfort. The low weight combined with the good padding almost makes you forget the Arc-1 on your head. Also the contact pressure is just right. Sweaty ears are still present in hot weather.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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