Tuesday, January 28th 2020

1MORE Announces True Wireless ANC In-Ear Headphones Now Shipping

1MORE, a globally distributed premium consumer audio company, today announced its new True Wireless ANC In-Ear headphones featuring dual drivers for superior sound quality, two levels of active noise cancelation, pass-through mode and a wireless charging option is now shipping. As the first true wireless headphones pending THX Certification, these earbuds continue to uphold 1MORE's commitment to consumers by providing affordable luxury audio products. The True Wireless ANC headphones are available now on 1MORE.com and Amazon.com for $199.99 MSRP.
"The 1MORE team is thrilled to be expanding not only our true wireless headphone line up, but also our Dual Driver ANC series of products as well," says Patrice Chen, 1MORE USA CEO. "Combining premium sound and a competitive price point makes this product appealing to not only audiophiles, but anyone looking for a best-in-class true wireless headphone."

As 1MORE's third product pending THX Certification and the first such true wireless headphone, the True Wireless ANC headphones offer users an entertainment experience catered to match their needs and preferences and with the THX seal of quality.
"THX engineers perform extensive tests to ensure sound reproduction is of the highest quality and is preserved so that the audio is heard as the artist intended it to be enjoyed," said Peter Vasay, general manager and senior vice president of home products, THX Ltd. "We are proud to work with 1MORE and support their commitment to bring to market best-in-class products with uncompromising quality, performance, and consistency as verified by our detailed THX Certification process."
Using a multi driver design, the True Wireless ANC earbuds include one dynamic driver and one balanced armature to produce stunning detail and full sound in a compact package. Key features also include:
  • Active Noise Cancellation: Hybrid active noise cancellation with one feedforward mic and one feedback mic that allows the end user to have much more comprehensive noise cancellation through a broader range of frequencies.
  • Surrounding Awareness: Pass-through mode lets in ambient noise, so users are able to stay aware of their surroundings while walking down a crowded city street.
  • User-friendly Compatibility: The latest Qualcomm chipset and Bluetooth 5 technology allows seamless aptX and AAC transmission compatible with Android and iOS devices.
  • Convenient Options: These headphones can be charged via type-c port or wirelessly using a Qi compatible wireless charging pad. A multi-functional button is also included on each earbud along with G sensors for touch controls that allows for control over ANC, song selection, volume, phone calls, and voice assistance.
  • Battery Life + Fast Charging: Users can enjoy 6 hours of battery life (5 with ANC on) on a full charge, and 22 hours of total battery life with the included portable charging case that provides three additional full-length charges. Fast charge capabilities are also included, where users can charge for only 15 minutes to get an additional 2 hours of use.
  • Pending THX Certification: THX engineers conduct hundreds of scientifically-formulated tests to ensure the highest audio standards are met. These tests include frequency response, channel balance, cross-talk, THD, and polarity.
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3 Comments on 1MORE Announces True Wireless ANC In-Ear Headphones Now Shipping

#1
remixedcat
THX is a joke nowadays.

And if they isolate good no need for ANC stuff that eats battery even more. Better just to have better tips.
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Th3pwn3r
remixedcat
THX is a joke nowadays.
I'm not disagreeing but do you own any THX certified products.
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remixedcat
Th3pwn3r
I'm not disagreeing but do you own any THX certified products.
I don't use mainstream audio products bc they sound better. I use DAC and nice speakers and headphones and IEMs.

THX hasn't been relevant in more than a decade.. creative bought them and cheaped them out.

They may have meant something back in the day but now they don't.
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