1MORE Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones
1MORE Triple-Driver Over-Ear Headphones
bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
346 Sold
Product Description
With a great reputation for producing high-value IEMs, 1MORE is now bringing its triple-driver technology to the world of over-ear headphones. These closed-back cans feature a unique driver construction, with a 40-millimeter graphene dynamic driver, a ceramic tweeter, and a bass reflector Read More

search
ThomasK78
14
Aug 27, 2019
bookmark_border
I had used this headphone around 40 hours. It is almost the best bang for the money. I compared it with Massdrop Empire IEM(1k$) and Stax 009S driven by Carbon amp(8K$). The front end is Chord Dave, Mscaler, Cocktail Audio X30 server, Sablon digital cables and Synergistic Blue power cables ( The total cost is more than 20k$). It may sound crazy to drive 130$ headphone with 20k$ system. But it sounds fast and musical with good details. When I switch to Empire IEM, it sounds more lively with excellent details. But when I go back to this 1more headphone I can still enjoy the music. Stax009S drive by Carbon amp has more nuanced details with natural timber. But 1 more is not far behind Stax at 1/60th price. Some people complain that it is not comfortable to wear this but I found it is fine after using IEM for a while.
(Edited)
Aug 27, 2019
VALAISE
3
Aug 7, 2019
bookmark_border
I don't want to write a review just yet in case these need... burn in, or something, but... I got my pair, and it's impossible to listen to any vocals. It just sounds so "off"..? Like the vocals are hidden behind my ears or something. Very compressed? Hitting a wall? I don't know how to explain it. Regular instrumental music sounds just fine though. This is really striking me as very odd.
(Edited)
Aug 7, 2019
aceedburn
14
Jul 18, 2019
bookmark_border
Just found out that 1more has updated their website as well to say that these headphones are using titanium driver and not graphene drivers. Only the gold/black version used to be the ones with the titanium driver and the silver version always had the graphene drivers. So basically drop is shipping out old titanium driver headphones which are inferior to the much talked about graphene driver version. Stay away from this drop. This is a scam and very unbecoming of both 1more and drop. Bunch off thieves!
(Edited)
Jul 18, 2019
cutekitty
5
Jul 16, 2019
bookmark_border
So is it the graphene or titanium driver version? I'm confused.
Jul 16, 2019
Shazum
2
Jul 18, 2019
bookmark_border
Looks like DROP is dumping old stock units with the discontinued titanium driver. Just read the first review here by Tango.8934 : "Wrong item sent,in your website you mentioned it as the graphene driver version but you sent was the titanium driver one". If this is true, then shame on you, DROP.
Jul 18, 2019
AxessDenyd
7
Aug 7, 2019
bookmark_border
The box for mine says graphene. Ordered on the last drop, got them Monday.
Aug 7, 2019
wakaru_ken
0
Jul 16, 2019
bookmark_border
Does the cushion replacement available. I've already give up buying this type of earphone as the cushion is easily damaged and replacement is hard to find.
Jul 16, 2019
michaelwhyte
3
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
I own these, but since I did not buy them through Drop I can not write a review...which is fair...Just have to add that at $130 these headphones offer a great value for your dollar. They have a unique and fun sound signature which is unlike anything else I have heard. The highs have a clean distortion-free sheen to them which can be a bit fatiguing but only occasionaly. More often you are sucked into the music and you want to hear what the next track will sound like on them, because they just sound so different. Don't use these for monitoring because they are not accurate, what they are is fun, they make listening to music fun with a rich and thick bass and clean highs, a bit v-shaped but in a good way. Plus they come with a neat travel case. Sorry to sound like a sales pitch, I just think these headphones are great.
Jul 15, 2019
Arjestin
177
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
Did 1MORE finally fix the typo on their retail boxes? Do these new units say "graphene driver" on the box?
Jul 15, 2019
cutekitty
5
Jul 16, 2019
bookmark_border
Hey DROP, please publish box photo to clear this confusion.
Jul 16, 2019
aceedburn
14
Jul 16, 2019
bookmark_border
I’m also waiting for confirmation if this is indeed the graphene driver version.
Jul 16, 2019
hoodafukisalice
76
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
In a dilemma trying to choose between this and the Massdrop x Sennheiser HD 58X Jubilee Headphones. Can anyone having experienced both suggest what which one is better value for money? I don't mind throwing in the extra $30 for the HD 58X, if it's better.
Jul 15, 2019
michaelwhyte
3
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
I have both...Hard to say which is better...they just sound so different...The 58X I would say offers the more accurate and neutral sound...The 1More Triple Driver Over-Ears offer a more exaggerated sound with a thicker and richer bass and crispy highs. In short the 1More's have a fun sound, so I listen to music on them more often. The 58X have a more mellow darker sound. The 58X still sound great, it is just that they are not as fun to listen to. This is a matter of personal taste though...So if you have to choose one, either would be good and it will come down to what sound signature you prefer...V-Shaped...go with the 1More...a darker sound...go with the 58X...Also, remember the 58X is open backed and no good for commuting and traveling in public...with the 1More being a standard closed back, and decent for travelling and commuting in public.
Jul 15, 2019
hoodafukisalice
76
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
Many thanks for chipping in. That does clear up things for me. As I'd be using these at home, I think I'll go for the HD58X.
Jul 15, 2019
UpTo11
0
Jul 15, 2019
bookmark_border
I own the gold version which has a titanium driver. I really like the forward, "front row" presentation of these cans. They're not veiled, recessed or boxy. On the other hand the sound stage is not very wide, more L-R than deep, with decent instrument separation. I also like the way they reproduce instruments timbre, natural, engaging and on the warm side. I preferred these headphone over the Elegia.... Regarding the bass, with some music it's a bit too much, but overall I found it on the good side, maybe because I use glasses with thin stems which my help reducing it a bit. Not really comfortable for long listening sessions. Can you think of a closed-back headphone you listened to that may represent a step forward wrt 1MORE Triple-Driver Over-Ear but in the same direction, i.e. with a similar presentation but an overall better quality?
Jul 15, 2019
EdDa
11
Apr 10, 2019
bookmark_border
Modded mine with Studio 2 beats pads (they by design are attached on 3M tape, 30 min of your time). It brought more comfort, but definitely changed the  sound signature (I tested in hybrid mode left old pad, right new pad), I heard less sub bass from the new pad. It is good for me because the bass was initially overwhelming on some tracks and mid range was missing, now It is almost perfect for me. If you  like the sound signature from the start, I would not mod them because it is one way road... or play with the different pads.
(Edited)
Apr 10, 2019
Showing 21 of 129
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
129 OF 129 POSTS
Nov 19, 2019
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest