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1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ear Headphones

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The 1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ears are the wireless successor to the highly-praised wired pair of in-ear headphones of the same name. They're equipped with three speaker drivers, as well as a couple of unique features that make them stand out among competing products.

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ah Hi-Res audio reviews, interesting ... i am actually using a triple driver (2 Dynamic + 1 Balanced armature ) iem, with a Fiio Q1 Mark II on my Nokia 8 (USB DAC working perfectly albeit being only certified for Apple devices ) since there is quite some DAC and headphones in the category of review that can qualify as Hi-Res hardware, i am kinda eager to see a category of its own since it's kinda world appart from the rest, although i didn't notice them before that one...

good review, neat headphone (although a little too expensive for me :laugh: )


edit: i must have been sleeping under a rock ... not noticing that review category ...
 
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I hate having to press multiple times a button to do something. How difficult is it to provide buttons for next and previous track? That is something I love about the LG Tone. On one side you have volume controls, on the other playback controls. Easy and convenient.
 

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I hate having to press multiple times a button to do something. How difficult is it to provide buttons for next and previous track? That is something I love about the LG Tone. On one side you have volume controls, on the other playback controls. Easy and convenient.

I'm with you on keeping the controls separate. However, if they have to be "combined", it's extremely important that the buttons are clicky and of good quality. Luckily, that's exactly the case with the 1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ears.
 
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I'm with you on keeping the controls separate. However, if they have to be "combined", it's extremely important that the buttons are clicky and of good quality. Luckily, that's exactly the case with the 1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ears.
i would agree on that ...

main reason why i took the TRN-V60 i have now, not the best of the lot (still second batch with early batch issues corrected ) but it does sound quite nice, initially i was using the bundled handsfree of the Nokia 8 (which sports and awesome almost all metal build but sound way under the V60) and a Sudio VASA BLÅ as bluetooth headset (which did sound quite good, again not up to the V60 but had combined play/pause and vol+/- for track skip but the button were comfortable to use ) the main argument was the possibility to take a cable with/without mic and be able to add bluetooth upgrade on the side later (0.75mm 2pin standard connection )

now with the Q1 Mark II it's even better (and a tad cheaper than getting a good dedicated DAP )

luv 1MORE products, they are good and well priced,

i own Quad drivers earbuds, so great
a friend has a headset from them, don't remember which one but he's also quite fond of it :)
 
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