dodocool DA90

Dynamic Driver


The DA90 look plain and basic, however they contain some very powerful drivers in them, at least for bass! The loudness as a whole is higher than most earphones, and the frequency response is quite extended. However, this emphasized frequency range (especially the upper-lows/lower-mids range) causes the sound to be marginally bearable. Also, the special design is very comfortable at first, but after prolonged listening, some soreness or discomfort may occur. Use with caution.


  • Very potent and responsive bass.
  • Extremely high volumes with no amplification, perfect for weak audio sources.
  • Very comfortable to wear (for short/medium listening sessions).


  • Nasal and tonally incorrect mids.
  • The high emphasis on the mid-bass tends to be fatiguing on long listening sessions.
  • Could cause ear soreness after prolonged use.
  • Very basic build quality and use of materials.

Package & Accessories

Ear Tips - Single-Flange:

S+M+L, black, ø6mm bores


Black, oval, branded

Build & Materials


Plastic (glossy) + TPE + metal, ø6mm nozzles, soft strain reliefs


Plastic (matte), single-button




TPE, no strain reliefs


TPE, 112cm, soft, mildly bent


TPE, straight, short, soft strain relief

Comfort & Fit

The earphones hold pretty well inside your ears by pushing against it. This, however, proved to be not entirely comfortable on long listening sessions, as the ears could feel a bit sore.

Lows / Bass

Excellent low frequency response. However, there's a high emphasis on the upper-lows, that cause the sound to be much more impactful and upfront than most earphones. This could lead to fatigue.

Mids / Vocals

Highly emphasized mids with an especially emphasized lower-mids cause the vocals to be loud and somewhat bloated and nasal. Also, louder-than-usual upper-mids cause percussion instruments to have some extra impact, which may cause discomfort and you might find yourself turning down the volume a bit. I should also mention that separation of different instruments isn't the best I've heard so far.

Highs / Treble

The highs are very pronounced and loud, but aren't that crisp. There's some slight darkness in their tone, which may have something to do with the emphasis on upper-lows, whose effect is felt throughout the whole sound spectrum.

Frequency Response

Published on 2017-03-30 20:59:33 (GMT)