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So precisely what are the distinctive differences between graphene and titanium versions?
It's been a while but, I did read about it before. Looking again now because of the sale. From what I recall they made a newer version that wasn't as good as the original. Not sure if that's a change between versions of this "silver" one or between the "gold" and "silver* ... But I think before it was enough to keep me away. Though the idea of these cans really interests me...feels like a gamble.
Graphene is on the driver, from what I have read on all titanium versions. The gold ones were made for Asia, without graphene and with different sound signature, afaik. They should be the same tho now.
Copy paste from bellow from Innerfidelity:
"The 1More Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphone has three drivers...sort of. The main driver is a 40MM graphene over mylar dynamic driver with a nominal 37 Ohm impedance. Mounted in front (towards the ear) of the main driver is a piezoelectric ceramic plate tweeter. The third driver, mounted behind the main driver but within the sealed headphone capsule, is a passive element something like the passive radiator you'd find on a speaker. It's worth noting that the original European version of the 1More Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphone had a titanium coated main driver diaphragm. This model can be identified by the Champaign color of the aluminum housings. The latest silver colored version has the graphene driver, but the current product box still says titanium. I've been told that the headphone was retuned in the switch-over, and the mistake on the box will shortly be corrected."