1MORE Triple Driver In-ears Review 14

1MORE Triple Driver In-ears Review



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1MORE's Triple Driver in-ear is currently the cheapest readily available triple driver in-ear. Like its smaller brother, the Capsule, the Triple Driver uses a hybrid driver setup with a dynamic driver for the bass and balanced armatures for the mids and highs. The difference compared to the Capsule is the additional balanced armature. Priced at €92.90/$99.90, the Triple Driver is not exactly cheap, but compared to other multi-driver in-ears, it actually is. 1MORE provides a huge bundle, and the cable is fully equipped with a decent remote that also features a microphone for voice calls.


  • Frequency Range: 20-40,000 Hz
  • Drivers: 1 dynamic driver plus two balanced armatures
  • Plug: 3.5 mm, gold-plated
  • Color: Black with brushed gold
  • 6 sets of silicone ear-tip sizes
  • 3 sets of differently sized foam ear tips
  • Traveling case with magnetic clasps
  • Attractive storage case
  • Quality dual prong airline adapter
  • Matching shirt clip

The Package

1MORE has some of the most stylish boxes you can find. Besides looking pretty, it does a great job of keeping the Triple Driver safe from harm, and the box even features a smart insert where all the tips are organized.

Tip organization is needed because you get a total of nine sets with the Triple Driver, and on top of that, you get a small pouch, a shirt clip, and an airline dual mono to mini-jack adapter! At €92.90, or $99, the bundle is no less than amazing; such a bundle is usually only included with $200+ in-ears.

The earphone housing is made out of aluminum and seems very durable. The strain relief is basic, but seems to do the job well. The sound tubes' exit angle feels correct on the Triple Driver, which makes them much easier to get to fit properly.

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