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1MORE Triple Driver In-ears

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1MORE is one of the few companies that focuses on creating affordable quality in-ears. Even though the company is new, it has gained quite the following because they deliver in-ears with more drivers and accessories at a given price point than any of the older in-ear companies. Of course drivers are not everything. We put their Triple Driver in-ear under scrutiny to see if it can live up to the hype!

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Almost sounds too good for that amount of money.
I have destroyed the volume control on my Creative Aurvana (in a bus door :rolleyes:) and have been looking for a new pair for half a year now - looks like I found it now.
Only concern, the weight - will it impact on 2 to 4 hours of listening - I mean, will your ears hurt?
 
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What a shame that they look like a dirt cheap pair of earphones out of China...
It does at least show how much other companies are overcharging for their "premium" products if the same tech can be sold at under €100...

Also, do you review a lot of in-ears that cost exactly €92.90? :D
 
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Xiaomi makes triple driver in-ear headphones for $30. Out of curiosity I bought them - sound quality is out of this world, considering the price.

http://www.gearbest.com/earbud-headphones/pp_566702.html
I second that!
Also, 1More is actually the maker of Xiaomi earphones. I bet they are the same earphones sans the packaging and extra accessories that the Xiaomi version lacks (comes with 3 pair of tips).

I would recommend buying a Comply T200 foam ear tips (I think they're compatible with the 1More as well) for better fit and sound quality!
 
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the more drivers it doesn't mean the better sound. For example cheap in ear 100-200 euros has better options waaaay better .
Like Focal sphear . Like B&W c5 . Like Sennheiser momentum . and others In my opinion always.
 
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What a shame that they look like a dirt cheap pair of earphones out of China...
It does at least show how much other companies are overcharging for their "premium" products if the same tech can be sold at under €100...

Also, do you review a lot of in-ears that cost exactly €92.90? :D
it's not about tech these are not cpus or Gpus that numbers say it all. It's all about quality and settings.
 
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it's not about tech these are not cpus or Gpus that numbers say it all. It's all about quality and settings.

What do you mean it's not about tech? Of course it is, other companies charge a small fortune for headphones with balanced armatures, let alone combo solutions like this. Sony charges 3x as much for something using similar tech.
 

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Almost sounds too good for that amount of money.
I have destroyed the volume control on my Creative Aurvana (in a bus door :rolleyes:) and have been looking for a new pair for half a year now - looks like I found it now.
Only concern, the weight - will it impact on 2 to 4 hours of listening - I mean, will your ears hurt?

Not in my normal sized ears. It also depends on how sensitive your ears are some will probably never feel them while some might have issues after a couple of hours.
 

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What a shame that they look like a dirt cheap pair of earphones out of China...
It does at least show how much other companies are overcharging for their "premium" products if the same tech can be sold at under €100...

Also, do you review a lot of in-ears that cost exactly €92.90? :D

Not exactly but around that price point probably around five recently and have probably 20. Pricing is odd but at least they are fairish in their conversion between USD and EUR. Usually they screw over at least one side of the Atlantic!

They give you two choices when it comes to color. Personally I prefer the titanium color option but it is a preference thing.
 
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What do you mean it's not about tech? Of course it is, other companies charge a small fortune for headphones with balanced armatures, let alone combo solutions like this. Sony charges 3x as much for something using similar tech.
very true but it's not all about tech for example a NC headphone with much more tech on it with big drivers and many more ... maybe will sound worst than smaller driver and no NC. in my xp and my opinion many in ear headphones with 3 drivers are sound worst for example my Sony hba h3 doesn't sound as good as B&W c5 and they cost 3 times more. Also Bose wireless NC in ear don't even came close to Senheiser in ear momentum wireless and they cost much more. with much more tech on them.
I am not saying that tech doesn't matter at all... For example final audio in ear are way better but way more expensive to.
 
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very true but it's not all about tech for example a NC headphone with much more tech on it with big drivers and many more ... maybe will sound worst than smaller driver and no NC. in my xp and my opinion many in ear headphones with 3 drivers are sound worst for example my Sony hba h3 doesn't sound as good as B&W c5 and they cost 3 times more. Also Bose wireless NC in ear don't even came close to Senheiser in ear momentum wireless and they cost much more. with much more tech on them.
I am not saying that tech doesn't matter at all... For example final audio in ear are way better but way more expensive to.

Oh, for sure, my comment was simply based on the cost of the hardware parts. I understand that there's a certain level of R&D and tuning that goes into these things, but that alone doesn't explain that headphones with very similar tech costs 5x as much. A lot of it is obviously just branding.
 
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Yeah about that costs... many brands are way more expensive for what they give ....Be@ts :) for example ,(some models not all of them)
 
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Just to back up what was stated in this review...Consumer Reports put these at the top of their list of IEM's as well when they tested them last year.
 
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