1MORE Triple Driver in-Ear Earphones Hi-Res Headphones with High Resolution Bass Driven Sound MEMS Mic in-Line Remote High Fidelity for Smartphones/PC/Tablet – Silver Review

By | May 4, 2020

1MORE Triple Driver in-Ear Earphones Hi-Res Headphones with High Resolution Bass Driven Sound MEMS Mic in-Line Remote High Fidelity for Smartphones/PC/Tablet – Silver Specs and Review

THREE DRIVERS- These headphones have two balanced armatures and a separate dynamic driver. Together they deliver an extremely accurate listening experience with unsurpassed dynamic power and clarity from deep bass to sizzling highs. TUNED BY A GRAMMY AWARD WINNING SOUND ENGINEER- 1MORE collaborated with internationally acclaimed producer, mixer, and sound engineer Luca Bignardi to perfect the final tuning to deliver a precise representation of your favorite artist’s intended sound. COMFORTABLE ERGONOMIC DESIGN- The oblique angled ear fittings naturally match your ear canals. 9 sets of included ear tip sizes ensure a proper fit for all. They’re more comfortable and less likely to fall out, freeing you to enjoy your music. INTELLIGENT CONTROL TECHNOLOGY- In-line remote control is conveniently located allowing you to effortlessly control volume, select songs, and take calls. Superior MEMS microphone has independently set ground wires to eliminate cross-talk and background static. CONTENTS – Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones, 6 sets of silicone ear tips, 3 sets of foam ear tips, magnetic clasping traveling case, attractive storage case, quality dual prong airline adapter, matching shirt clip.


3 thoughts on “1MORE Triple Driver in-Ear Earphones Hi-Res Headphones with High Resolution Bass Driven Sound MEMS Mic in-Line Remote High Fidelity for Smartphones/PC/Tablet – Silver Review


WuscJ says:

So I thought I’d write to help those who, like I was about 6 months ago, are wondering about whether spending good money on headphones was worth it, and what to expect if you make the leap.I spent many years scrimping and saving to get to where I can comfortably enjoy wonderful luxuries like expensive headphones, so I hope this is helps others get the most out of their hard-earned money.Ovious signs: Box art looks faded, texture feels cheap.Missing badge of authentication on the top.Bass isn’t nonexistent but isn’t overpowering either.The sound signature sounds fairly balanced.My Klipsch s2i don’t sound so nice comparatively speaking.I was a bit hesitant to pay the extra for these as I had never had a serious problem with the sound of my older Klipsch.THESE.BUDS.I originally bought the dual driver earbuds and liked them they were not quite at the level of the se 215 in either build quality or sound but not at all bad for $30, amazing for that price, and so began my wondering at how much better the triple driver would be than the dual driver and after 3 weeks I couldn’t take it anymore and decided to find out and purchased the triple drivers.if you’re on the brink between the two get the triple driver if you can.I was in no way dissapointed with the product i recieved.I had expected good sound, but i was blown away by the clarity and response these earphones were able to output.I took great care of these, just wore them, and already the buds have fallen apart and the cord is frayed.Literally bought only two months ago.The bass is no slouch either but it isn’t turned up so high everything sounds airy and hollow.It punches, but it doesn’t take over the drums or the crisp bright mids or kick over the vocals.I got them primarily for use with a new LG V30 phone, which serves as a good audio source courtesy of the more than decent DAC .I have two other relatively inexpensive earbuds: the MEElectronics M6 PRO, and the SoundMAGIC E80S.

rfXzZ says:

So I thought I’d write to help those who, like I was about 6 months ago, are wondering about whether spending good money on headphones was worth it, and what to expect if you make the leap.I spent many years scrimping and saving to get to where I can comfortably enjoy wonderful luxuries like expensive headphones, so I hope this is helps others get the most out of their hard-earned money.Ovious signs: Box art looks faded, texture feels cheap.Missing badge of authentication on the top.Bass isn’t nonexistent but isn’t overpowering either.The sound signature sounds fairly balanced.My Klipsch s2i don’t sound so nice comparatively speaking.I was a bit hesitant to pay the extra for these as I had never had a serious problem with the sound of my older Klipsch.THESE.BUDS.I originally bought the dual driver earbuds and liked them they were not quite at the level of the se 215 in either build quality or sound but not at all bad for $30, amazing for that price, and so began my wondering at how much better the triple driver would be than the dual driver and after 3 weeks I couldn’t take it anymore and decided to find out and purchased the triple drivers.if you’re on the brink between the two get the triple driver if you can.I was in no way dissapointed with the product i recieved.I had expected good sound, but i was blown away by the clarity and response these earphones were able to output.I took great care of these, just wore them, and already the buds have fallen apart and the cord is frayed.Literally bought only two months ago.The bass is no slouch either but it isn’t turned up so high everything sounds airy and hollow.It punches, but it doesn’t take over the drums or the crisp bright mids or kick over the vocals.I got them primarily for use with a new LG V30 phone, which serves as a good audio source courtesy of the more than decent DAC .I have two other relatively inexpensive earbuds: the MEElectronics M6 PRO, and the SoundMAGIC E80S.

xjwLLu says:

So I thought I’d write to help those who, like I was about 6 months ago, are wondering about whether spending good money on headphones was worth it, and what to expect if you make the leap.I spent many years scrimping and saving to get to where I can comfortably enjoy wonderful luxuries like expensive headphones, so I hope this is helps others get the most out of their hard-earned money.Ovious signs: Box art looks faded, texture feels cheap.Missing badge of authentication on the top.Bass isn’t nonexistent but isn’t overpowering either.The sound signature sounds fairly balanced.My Klipsch s2i don’t sound so nice comparatively speaking.I was a bit hesitant to pay the extra for these as I had never had a serious problem with the sound of my older Klipsch.THESE.BUDS.I originally bought the dual driver earbuds and liked them they were not quite at the level of the se 215 in either build quality or sound but not at all bad for $30, amazing for that price, and so began my wondering at how much better the triple driver would be than the dual driver and after 3 weeks I couldn’t take it anymore and decided to find out and purchased the triple drivers.if you’re on the brink between the two get the triple driver if you can.I was in no way dissapointed with the product i recieved.I had expected good sound, but i was blown away by the clarity and response these earphones were able to output.I took great care of these, just wore them, and already the buds have fallen apart and the cord is frayed.Literally bought only two months ago.The bass is no slouch either but it isn’t turned up so high everything sounds airy and hollow.It punches, but it doesn’t take over the drums or the crisp bright mids or kick over the vocals.I got them primarily for use with a new LG V30 phone, which serves as a good audio source courtesy of the more than decent DAC .I have two other relatively inexpensive earbuds: the MEElectronics M6 PRO, and the SoundMAGIC E80S.

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