1MORE Triple Driver in-ear headphones review

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Long before I had ever written my first review on a pair of headphones, I was guilty of making my selection based on brand familiarity, and it didn’t always lead me to be happy with the choice I had made. In the last few years, we’ve seen an influx of companies releasing headphones. It makes it even harder to distinguish between the quality pieces from the generic products, and then I received a pair of 1More Triple Driver in-ear headphones to try out, and I was impressed.

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The 1More Triple Driver in-ear headphones aren’t exactly cheap (they run $100); however, it’s well worth the price for what it comes with and offers right out of the package. The black and gold aluminum finish really stands out, and the design, which wasn’t my exact favorite at first, is comfortable and really takes advantage of the sound quality.

You can feel assured knowing that the headphones can take some punishment when wearing them or putting them in your pocket, thanks to a Kevlar-reinforced cable. It can withstand more than your average amount of pulling and tugging, unlike other cables which I’ve had tear on me before.

Each earpiece in the Triple Driver hosts a single dynamic driver, along with two balanced armature drivers. While listening to a variety of music from classical, jazz, pop and rock, I noticed it really brought out the vocals and lows while highlighting the mids and emphasizing the bass. It helps to really create a great sound experience, and the design of the headphones really kept out all other ambient noise.

After spending a few hours with the 1More Triple Driver in-ear headphones connected to my phone and laptop, I decided to also try them with a few of my video game systems like the original Sega Genesis model-1 system, a Nintendo 3DS and finally a PlayStation 4. The audio quality was just as crisp and clear.

1More also does a great job in adding that little extra emphasis on packaging. The simple yet elegant look when you open it is really a nice change of pace to opening plastic or a box. Inside you find a few different boxes featuring a pouch to carry your headphones around in. I never really use it since these are pretty sturdy, and more importantly, a very simple yet well-designed card that houses the different sized ear tips.

Overall, the 1More Triple Driver in-ear headphones did leave a great impression on me. I’ve used other headsets and earbuds that cost more and still don’t offer the audio quality on the triple driver. For the price it’s a good option. It’s easy to miss out on this brand, and while it delivers what it promises, it also lacks some depth in its performance when it comes to treble and bass that other similarly priced headsets do offer. It becomes a trade-off depending what you are looking for.

Rating: 4/5 Atoms

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1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones with In-line Microphone and Remote -$99.99

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Chris Del Castillo
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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.

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