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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
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- 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.
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1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones
- Type: In-Ear.
- Weight: 18 g.
- Length: 125 cm.
- Plug: 3.5 mm.
- Frequency Range: 20-40,000 Hz.
- Impedance: 32 Ω.
- Sensitivity: 99 dB.
1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones
Meticulous sound using three drivers
1MORE’s Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones combines its unrivaled design standards and Grammy Award-Winning Sound Engineer Luca Bignardi’s heartfelt tuning to deliver a profound audio experience.
Two balanced armatures and a separate dynamic driver create a spacious and transparent feeling of having nothing between you and music. The armatures are uniquely inset with durable silicone covers for lasting performance, while two outer layers of PET greatly increase bass and midrange response time.
- Full and balanced sound with crisp highs, warm mids, and deep bass.
- Three drivers deliver an extremely accurate listening experience.
- Expertly tuned by Grammy Winning sound engineer Luca Bignardi.
- Comfortable ergonomic design for a natural fit and extended use.
- Intelligent control technology lets you answer calls, skip tacks, and adjust volume.
- Lightweight aluminum alloy design ensures portability and durability.
- Headphones Certified by THX*
- *date：August 7th, 2017 *number: #1.
The aluminum alloy earpieces are ergonomically designed with oblique angles that match your ear canals so you can enjoy your music in total comfort. 9 different sets of ear tips ensure you get a proper seal in your ear for the full range of sound.
Intelligent Control Technology
In-line controls are conveniently located allowing you to control volume, select songs, and take calls. A superior MEMS microphone eliminates cross-talk and background static.
Luca Bignardi, 1MORE’s Grammy Winning Sound Engineer, perfects the final tuning of the Triple Driver In Ear Headphones to deliver a precise representation of your favorite music.
Where Function Meets Form
Superior MEMS Microphone
Accessible 3-button remote allows you to control your music and take calls on the go. The noise isolating fit and crystal-clear MEMS microphone makes conversations sound intimate even in loud environments.
High-quality function matches form with a lightweight aluminum alloy body. A sandblasted textured surface provides an aesthetic appeal with fingerprint resistance while the cable consists of interior enameled copper wrapped around Kevlar fiber to greatly increase durability and tensile strength.
Luxurious Gift Packaging and Accessories
Enjoy a premium unboxing experience with deluxe accessories including: a faux leather traveling case, 9 different sets of ear tips, airplane adapter, and a matching shirt clip.
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|Frequency||20-40,000 Hz||20-40,000 Hz||20-40,000 Hz||20-40,000 Hz|
|Cable||3.5 mm tangle-free cable with Kevlar fiber||3.5 mm tangle-free cable with Kevlar fiber, L plug||3.5 mm tangle-free cable with Kevlar fiber, L plug||Oxygen-free copper cable, detachable and tangle-free|
|Comfort||Super comfort with 8 sets of ear tips; 18 g||Super comfort with 8 sets of ear tips; 18.5 g||Great comfort with 3 sets of ear tips; 15 g||Super comfort with protein leather headband and ear pads; 293 g|
|Suitable Music Genre||Pop music, folk song, jazz, orchestral music||Pop music, classical music, symphony, jazz, rock||Pop music, string music, absolute music||Pop music, jazz, rock, EDM|
|Suitable Occasions||Travel by car, train, airplane; listen at home, office, street||Travel by car, train, airplane; listen at home, office, street||Listen at home, office, street, subway, coffee bar||Game, listen, record at home or studio|
|Suitable Listener||Music fancier or audiophile||Music fancier, audiophile, demanded musician||Basically anyone||DJ, recording director, musician, audiophile|
|Sound Signature||Full range sound with well balance||Hi-Fi sound with large soundstage||Detailed sound with enhanced highs and mids||Hi-Fi sound with rich bass|
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|Item Dimensions||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||2.63 x 1.50 x 6.75 inches||2.70 x 1.10 x 3.50 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches|
|Item Weight||0.80 ounces||0.80 ounces||0.28 ounces||2.08 ounces||0.80 ounces||0.80 ounces|
|Special Features||Android Phone Control, Lightweight, Microphone Feature, Noise Isolation, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control, iOS Phone Control||Android Phone Control, Lightweight, Microphone Feature, Noise Isolation, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control, iOS Phone Control, Hi-Fi Sound||android-phone-control||Volume-Control, Lightweight, iOS Phone Control||Microphone, Android, Integrated Remote Control, volume-control, Lightweight, Noise-Isolating||Android Phone Control, Lightweight, Microphone Feature, Noise Isolation, Sports & Exercise, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control, iOS Phone Control|
As the world’s first THX accredited headphones, 1MORE Triple Driver headphones are delighted by music lovers for the vibrant human vocals and clear instrumental audio combined with remarkably balanced sound. Driven by one bass driver consisting of “PET + aerospace metal layer + PET” design, a double-tweeter unit protected by durable silicon covers and two metal resonant cavities, these pairs belch out shocking sound with no distortion but high fidelity sound even during sudden volume-up. Highlights * Balanced sound for full range - highs, mids and bass. * Extended highs with high resolution for layered instrumental audio. * Warm mids highlight human voice. * Bass driven with enough impact and extension. * Great for pop music, blues, jazz, orchestral music and folk songs. * Work in excellent harmony with gentle female voice. For best performances hi fidelity lossless music files (>20 MB per song ) lossless music formats include APE and FLAC.The 1MORE Triple Driver Earphones, in-ear headphones pack three separate drivers, a dynamic driver for bass pumps and well-articulated low-end thump, two balanced armature drivers coax out the delicate intricacies of the mid-range and high frequencies for warm and realistic sound delivery
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I was able to tell because I had done some research before I made the purchase, saw some videos of the headphones (triple drivers) and they looked a little off to me and sounded pretty muffled.
Ovious signs: Box art looks faded, texture feels cheap. Missing badge of authentication on the top. Generic tips, mine didn't come with foam tips. Airplane adapter is really thick. Included sticker was yellow and cheap looking. Manual and stickers were in the incorrect location. Included clip was flimsy and cheap. Included leather case was made of fake leather and had cheap felt inside the case. The headphone jack was straight instead of 90° angled. Button controls were flimsy and cheap feeling. And lastly, the buds were cheap looking, missing vent holes, tips were difficult to remove, had mediocre sound quality and make a crunchy sound when inserting in the ear.
I included pictures (counterfeit on the left/bottom) so that you can use as reference!
As far as the Real headphones, they sound pretty good! Clear highs and mids and punchy bass! Definitely worth the price.
First off, if music is just an occasional or background thing for you, and you don't really listen closely to the music, I don't think you're going to get a lot of bang for your buck in life out of expensive headphones. It is also not so much benefit if you use a mass market streaming service like Pandora as your daily soundtrack, because the audio quality of the underlying files isn't really good enough to support high end headphones. Not knocking the service - I enjoy it very much - but it would be... kind of like putting high end racing tires on a Kia.
As I did my own research, I listened to a ton of headphones and can say that with careful selection, this type of listener can find satisfactory sound under $20. A little higher up, there are a large number of really enjoyable headphones in the $20 to $50 range if you want something better or more stylish, but don't want to break the bank.
So what do you get if you choose wisely when spending more on expensive headphones? A few things that may make them worthwhile for you. First, the sound quality is usually very noticeably better (although not always). If you choose well, have good source content, and listen attentively you will hear clarity and precision that just isn't found in cheaper headphones. Individual instruments will stand out, the words will be clearer, and you'll hear many subtle details that you might not have noticed, even in your favorite songs. You can also expect more attractive designs, better comfort for longer listening, and better build quality. For certain genres (hip hop and EDM come immediately to mind) you can choose headphones that are tuned specifically to emphasize the qualities of that music, rather than a neutral presentation (which is my personal preference). In my research, the sweet spot for headphone "bang for the buck" for the average consumer is generally in the $100-300 MSRP range. The difference with good phones in this range really stands out from the entry level range. Above that level, my experience was that I really hit the point of diminishing returns pretty hard.
So how do these headphones do for the money? Simply put, they are probably the best headphone purchase I've made. I was able to get them on sale before last Christmas at around $85. This is a rare case where I would have felt like I got more than my money's worth at full price. After subsequently trying, borrowing, buying and/or trading literally dozens of different headphones in the $100-300 MSRP price range, these are still my go to set when I want in-ear phones - the only ones I kept, in fact. The clarity is wonderful, the many genres I listen to are uniformly presented well, male and female vocals are crisp, bass is strong without overwhelming the rest of the music, and a broad range of instruments are crisp and well defined. I've used these regularly for about 6 months now, and have had no troubles with the build quality. The accessories included and the packaging and presentation are among the best I've experienced - pretty luxurious for this price. They are not the most comfortable pair I used, but they are comfortable enough for extended use. I use the included memory foam tips, and find them quite comfortable and well-fitting, with several sizes of regular and foam tips to choose from.
Overall, the sound on these is very high quality and very fun to listen to. They are comfortable and have stood up well to regular use, although I do take good care of them so I can't vouch for more rugged usage. They are also very stylish in silver. These are easily competitive with models costing more than twice as much.
A final note about MSRP. In my experience, it is primarily useful only as a guide to understand the class of competitors a set of headphones is targeted at. Use it to understand what level the manufacturer thinks they are competing with, but understand that it's definitely a guideline, not a rule. For headphones in the $100-300 MSRP range, you should never pay full price, and can often find amazing deals. Look for recently discontinued models, sales, etc. For example, as I write this the discontinued Sennheiser HD558s can be had at the "yellow tag" store at $80, which is a steal.
Do your research, happy hunting, and enjoy your music! I'll be posting my experiences with several of the other headphones I've tried, as I have a chance. Cheers!
*Edit* My headphones broke within the first few days of owning them. I think I got a bad apple? Anyway, their support team was awesome( Shout out to Joe @ 1More). They replaced the broken pair for me. This kind of customer service is what will make me a repeat customer and recommend this product to others.
TIP: I bought some extra foam tips from COMPLY (t-600 series fit this model). I went for the medium size and they do the trick. The shape is different so they deliver the bass at a smaller size. (better comfort!).
TIP: Also, with this type of headphone, movement sound transfers through the wire which can be disappointing. I find that it goes away completely if you run the wire over the back side of your ear and then into your ear canal. I don't mind this arrangement, as this is how they recommend Klipsch s2i be worn. I uploaded a picture of this in case this makes no sense.
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Tengo unos senneise 598 Hd y unos hd 25 i II. Llevaba tiempo buscando unos auriculares de boton de calidad, y son estos. Como ya se ha publicado mucho sobre ellos no voy a redundar y solo subrayaré y daré unos consejos sobre los puntos debiles (pocos) y su solución.
En primer lugar ,y de esto no hay mucho escrito, es el burn in,para los que no lo sepan, la mayoria de los auriculares, necesitan un periodo de rodaje ( hay gente que no semlo cree, pero yo con estos lo he comprobado) en mi caso, al ponermelos por primera vez pensé que habia tirado el dinero .... de nuevo (bose de 69€ y monster Turbine de otros tantos o mas.... me lo parecieron y termine regalandolos a familiares.. no soy partidario de devolver lo q compro salvo q este estropeado ) .
Decidí probar las diferentes almohadillas para ver cual era la ideal, recomiendo hacerlo. Aunque en mi caso diré luego mi decision final. Volviendo al burn in, decir que a las cuatro horas de reproduccion de música variada a un volumen normal , mas bien bajo... es cuando empiezas a darte cuenta de lo que vas a tener en los oidos. No asustarse si en algun momento notas graves descontrolados o pequeños empastamientos en medios, de verdad , se pasa . Elq auricular tiene un sonido brillante en todas las frecuencias y la escena ( sensacion de espacio) no es tan mala como habia leido, los medios no se quedan atras y si acaso el grave es muy presente, utiliza el Ecualizador para ponerlo a tu gusto.
Yo utilizo en ios como en android el reproductor neutron que es de lo mejorcito en reproduccion/configuracion/prestaciones, con archivos Flac o Mp3 de 192 en adelante, te aseguro q no querrás escuchar nada por debajo salvo por obligación, ( acostumbrase a lo bueno, tienen sus sacrificios).
Para terminar, lo que buscaba tambien era un alto aislamiento de ruido exterior, y como indicaban en los comentarios en general y revisiones, es otro punto débil. Despues de probar todas las puntas que vienen , me decante por comprar unas Comply T600, aislan muchisimo mas , son mas comodas y no se nota tanto el golpeo del talon al caminar ( otro efecto de los auriculares intraauditivos, que se corrige sobretodo con puntas de espuma , las incluidas o las comply estas ultimas mucho mejores con diferencia, pero elige bien la talla para 11-12 la S para 13-15 M para mas las L)
Y poco mas espero que os gusten, yo los recomiendo
Pd: el microfono es bueno, leí comentarios negativos.
Pd2: controles para iOs y android volumen +-. avace cancion doble click central. retroceso cancion doble doble click central ( 2 doble clicks)
I feel sad for most people today because majority of people are satisfied on their mediocre headphones while missing out on these heavenly creature because the more i listen them the more i wanna listen to them.
Vocals feels like LSD trip you WILL feel the other dimension(BELIEVE ON THAT), there's a song that kinda invoke a lot of emotion outta me but this time it nearly made me wanna cry and this happened with 3 more songs at last you can't put price on quality but 1More did and it's quite a VALUE.
I forgot to mention one thing, sound changes after 120 hours burn in, the silicone one's are best out of the box but after 300 hours burn in it's the foam tip who dominates the show, sound will have magical nuance and full hitting concentrated bass, to be honest with you the moment I changed the silicone tips with the foam one it felt like I connected a high end dac with these earphones.
I'm driving these earphone through LG v20 smartphone and the dac/amp on v20 is adequate enough to make them shine.
Edited: (5th August 2019) After being on this year long Audiophile journey I came to terms with one fact that wasn't explicit anywhere on the web, Don't buy any Hi-Fi Earphone or Headphone if don't already have a decent dac, even the cheap one will do.
But I must say for the money these are very good and have been durable even through my clumsiness.
I’ve had them more than a month now and have not treated them well yet they still sound excellant and work like new, I’ve been told on phone/video calls that this is the best sounding microphone I’ve ever used which surprised me as I wasn’t expecting any real effort to be spent on that area.
My one gripe is these seem quite “power hungry” and sound noticeably better with more power like plugged into my laptop or with a dac than straight out of my phone but I think I may be nitpicking a tad as these still sound overall very good no matter what I’ve plugged them into!
For the price I paid (£65~) for the triple driver model I would definitely recommend them over other IEMs that have lasted no where near as much abuse and sound much worse for nearly the same price.
Puis les numériques ont (enfin) publié aussi un test de ce casque.
Et je me suis demandé comment un casque recommandé par tant de professionnels pouvait sembler si décevant à certains clients, il devait y avoir un truc.
Et il y a effectivement un truc: ce casque nécessite une période de rodage avant de montrer toutes ses qualités sonores.
J'imagine que les casques testés sont des casques de prêt qui eux étaient rodés.
D'ailleurs, le fabricant met à disposition une application dédiée sur Android et Apple Store: "1 MORE Assistant" (ne vous laissez pas rebuter par la description 100% en chinois, une fois installée elle se configure automatiquement en anglais).
Avant le rodage, mes écouteurs étaient "moyens/bon", avec une réponse "étriquée" sur certaines fréquences.
Au fur et à mesure du rodage, je les redécouvre; tout le spectre se remplit et le rendu est tout bonnement excellent.
Je le recommande.
Câbles épais empêchant qu'ils ne s’emmêlent. Micro de très bonne qualité.
Son puissant et enveloppant. Matériaux de choix.
Étuis fourni très utile.