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1MORE Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones

1MORE Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones

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With a great reputation for producing high-value IEMs, 1MORE is now bringing its triple-driver technology to the world of over-ear headphones. Inspired by a design request from the luxury car brand Maserati, these sleek closed-back cans feature a unique driver construction, with a 40-millimeter titanium dynamic driver, a ceramic tweeter, and a bass reflector Read More

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Oct 25, 2023
Activities:Casual Listening, Critical Listening
Music Genres:Classical, Electronic, Metal, Rock
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First off, not over ear. These are on ear headphones. Came with detachable cables but the holes on the cans are so small I would not be able to use most standard cables. Pads are disintegrating after one use. Sound quality is fine.

Recommends this product? No
Jun 22, 2023
Activities:Casual Listening, Gaming, Movies & TV
Music Genres:Classical, Electronic, Hip-hop, Metal, Pop, R&B, Rock
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Impressive build quality and sound.
Very happy with these headphones. The first thing I notice is the weight and build quality. They are very well made and come with a hard case so no worries about them breaking. Sound wise they sound great. The bass is very pronounced but not over the top and the top end is a little pumped up but the sound is good. Like others say maybe a bit V shaped but I think its fun and like it. Only big negative is these are 100% on ear. Not over ears.

Recommends this product? Yes
Jun 20, 2023
Activities:Casual Listening, Critical Listening, Gaming, Movies & TV
Music Genres:Classical, Electronic, Hip-hop, Metal, Pop, Rock, World
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Quality feel, fun sound.
I have a number of higher end headphones. I wouldn't consider this a high end pair sound wise (Not bad at all, just don't expect 500 dollar sound), but the packaging, build quality, and overall design make it a fun addition to any audi enthusiasts collection.
Recommends this product? Yes
May 21, 2023
Activities:Casual Listening, Critical Listening, Gaming, Movies & TV
Music Genres:Classical, Electronic, Hip-hop, Jazz, Metal, R&B, Rock
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Nice Sound, Awful QC
The sound of the "Triple" drivers is pretty good from the OEM - a bit weak on the mids, and good in the lows, the highs are what are truly impressive and why you should consider purchasing these. FPS video games with good sound will surprise you, and I can honestly say I've heard new things in some of my regular listens and was not disappointed. That said, I am exceedingly disappointed by the misleading marketing. These are not triple drivers, they have two drivers with a bass reflector, they are not "over-ear" they are on-ear at best, finally the ear pads are not "cushioned leather" - they are vinyl, and much too soft at that. I wore these a sum total of ONE time before they started peeling. Reaching out to the manufacture proved equally disappointing for how well they stand behind their product. Why I still own them: The ear pads are actually replaceable if you're not afraid of a little bit of effort. The OE pads are glued to a clip, and both are glued to the driver housing. These can be separated using a guitar pick, or equivalent. After removing the original padding and cleaning up the glue strips, the Brainwavz large round (NOT XL) pads fit over the clips comfortably and the whole assembly goes back together fairly simply. I went with the perforated PU dark reds - and I think they complement the over-all styling pretty well.
Moving to these ear pads are not without their cost, as they will no longer fit in the carry case cut-out. However they transform the sound, and comfort of these headphones dramatically. The mids are still a bit weak, but improved, the lows also have better impact and clarity (with perforated pads - go figure), and lastly, the headphones become true over-ear. With my experience with the company, I doubt I'll recommend these to anyone - which is disappointing because I do actually like these headphones. If you decide to make the purchase, I think you should know what you're getting yourself into.
Recommends this product? No
Jan 19, 2023
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Hubcaps have never sounded so good
Tiny titans. One of the few examples of a multi-driver headphone that actually works. Full review here:
Recommends this product? Yes
Nov 30, 2022
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Love them, but those pads....
Love these headphones. They sound better than most 800$ sets I've tried, but the pads just fall apart after moderate use, they're much too soft.
Recommends this product? Yes
Nov 23, 2022
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Congested, muddy
Muddy and overly V shaped. Separation very poor- congested. Tonality and dynamics - meh. Cheap Beats quality cans. I would pay $90 purely for the construction quality.
Recommends this product? No
Nov 18, 2022
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Fun! Yet not fun!
I enjoy the sound a lot. The "tweeter" (It's what the marketing calls it, not sure exactly how it works) added to the front of the ear cup adds a unique sound when it comes to the sound stage. These are cool for movies too with the sounds of footsteps, and foley artists work coming from that "tweeter"... However they are heavy, on ear headphones, with not the greatest quality earpads, so about the length of a movie, or an album and I need to take them off. Their MSRP is very high in my opinion, but if you can snag them on sale (like they are now) just do it.
Recommends this product? Yes
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Definitely not over-ear
They look nice and seem to be well made, which is surprising for how relatively little they cost. But that's just about where it ends for me. The cable is not great, and their choice to recess the sockets so far into the cans means that you can't easily replace it. Even Hart cables, which use relatively thin connectors to begin with, won't fit. I just don't understand headphone makers who go the extra mile to offer detachable cables, just to then mess it up by making it impossible to use any other cable than their own. I'm very particular about cables, and this kind of "thinking" on the manufacturer's end just doesn't fly with me. It's unnecessary and dumb. One star off. The second star gets subtracted because—unless you're a toddler—they're not over-ear by any stretch of the imagination. To make matters worse, the clamping force and pads they chose make these uncomfortable to wear for longer than 30 minutes. Drop correctly lists them under the "on-ear" category, and I'm aware that the "over-ear" is in name only, which was chosen by the manufacturer, not Drop. So I can't blame Drop for this. But I was still very much negatively surprised by how small these cans are when I unboxed them. Not cool, 1More. Not cool. And utterly unnecessary, too. Oh, and speaking of shady naming conventions: These aren't actually triple-driver headphones, they're technically 2.5-driver. These headphones come with two active drivers, and one passive bass reflex membrane. That's still an impressive feat, and sound-wise it does what they want it to do. So why not just call them what they are?! I don't suffer shady marketing very well, so these will likely be my first and last 1More headphones. They're also really bass heavy, although that's admittedly their goal from what I understand. Other reviews seem to suggest that they normalize a bit after a period of break-in, and I hope they do. But I'm not sure yet if they'll ever get that far with me, given the other two major shortcomings. You should get these while they're reduced to below 150$, and only if you actually prefer on-ear headphones with good clamping and don't plan on ever using a different cable. For the original price of 250$, though, there are a few better alternatives out there. Not a lot, but a few.
Recommends this product? No
Nov 1, 2022
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1More over ear headphones
So these headphones are poorly rated, one of the biggest issues are these are meant to be driven! So if you like your music quite these are not for you. hooked to a 30w receiver they start sounding amazing around 1/3 to half way up. These need power and most youtube reviewers do not cover this. once they get some good power the mids and treble are very crisp, if you know anything about passive radiators these things pack the hardest punch and the fullest sound plus the separate tweeters. They look nice and are a solid build quality, I have owned $300 set of bose, many sony's back in the 80's 90's before they sold out to china and so far these are the best pair I have ever heard. The one small thing I dont like about these is I would like a longer cable and they have very skinny plug ins that hook into the earphones, this is not worth docking a star for, just something I would like an improvement on. maybe take it to a machine shop when the warenty expiress if it bugs anyone to much and have them bored out a hair.
Recommends this product? Yes
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