What’s going on, guys? and in this article, we are checking out 1 more’s triple driver in-ear headphones now. It’s been a while since.
I’ve done a dedicated article on a pair of earbuds, but I want to check these out for different reasons. First off, you should know that they aren’t new. They’ve been around for some time. They have a cult following.
And I can see why these are some of the best your buds I’ve used under that $100 price point. They sound fantastic. They’re some of the excellent looking and feeling your phones to some high-quality materials, great design, and impressive unboxing experience too.
If you’re interested in learning more about 1 more’s triple driver in earbuds, I’ll leave a link down below, of course, and 1 more has a pretty diverse lineup of other products too.
So I recommend checking out what they have to offer, so far as the unboxing experience, as I said, the packaging and set up here are impressive, and you feel like you’re getting a much more expensive product.
And what you paid for on the inside cover of the box, the sketches and diagrams of the earphones, and an explanation of some of the parts and pieces that are built-in, and I know it’s just the box.
But 1 more did a great job with this. It definitely shouldn’t go unnoticed when you flip open the cover. You’re greeted by just about everything that comes with the package, once again, you can see that all the accessories and things are way more than what you’d expect for your phones at this price point first up.
You get 1 of the extensive collections of replaceable ear tips.
I’ve ever seen included with your phones you’ve got 10111213 and 14.5-millimeter rubber tips and 3 different film type options, and those phone tip ones are the ones I prefer because you can get a tight fit and help block out the sound.
When you’re listening to your music, this is an insane amount of your tips, obviously, way more than most people would need.
But I appreciate one more commitment to offering the perfect fit for just about anyone here to keep all those tips organized.
You get a charming leather hard shell carrying case that fits the earbuds and all the accessories that come with them and again once in a while.
You might see a company include a little drawstring baggy, but one more goes above and beyond with an even nicer carrying case for everything, which is excellent. The last things included here are a double-prong airline adapter which is not something.
I’ve seen offered by other pair of earbuds I’ve had and the usual collection of paperwork and instructions. Now here are the earbuds themselves, and right away, you’ll notice we have a lot going on here.
These aren’t your standard $20 phones. These have an all-metal design with a high-quality feel and good weight to them. They look premium, feel premium, and if the gold color isn’t your thing.
You can get them in silver instead, might be a bit more subtle. These have that L.-shaped box, Jack.
Which I realize isn’t always the best option, but I can live with it. It doesn’t personally get in the way with how I use the AirPods, though, and you’re limited to using a dongle if the device you have dropped the headphone, Jack.
But one more has a similar pair of these your phones with an apple lightning connector instead, so you could at least have that option too if you don’t want to mess around with adapters. The cable on the accessible phones is a thick braided kevlar material from which the earphones converge into one wire. You have inline controls and a Mike well so.
Nothing at all lacks here far as your phones’ features are pretty small, the standard shape, so they should work with just about everyone. They’re angled in just a bit to get a better fit in your ear and like.
You can swap them on and off to find the ones that work best for you. I discovered that the preinstalled rubber ear tips fit perfectly for my ear.
But that won’t necessarily be the case for everyone, though, and all the rubber ones fit just fine I personally still prefer the foam tips does offer an even tighter fit for me that blocks out.
The noise is a bit more. It fills my ear canal that more overall for a better listening experience, so let’s talk about what makes these earbuds particularly special.
These are triple driver earphones. They have to balance armatures and a separate dynamic driver, producing an incredibly well-balanced and very accurate sound. There’s great separation, detail, and over.
All they offer a broad sound stage at Leeds will listening experience that’s noticeably better than the vast majority of other in your earphones at this price point, there’s punchy bass. That isn’t overstated crisp vocal and an overall sound profile that sounds great no matter what genre of music you’re listening to now.
I don’t want to overstate how these your phone sound. You will find some high-end audiophile earbuds that are probably better at a much higher price, but for under 100 Bucks, these are easily the best of your phones.
I’ve had the chance to try it out, and I’d argue that these are probably going to rival $200 earbuds.
one more isn’t necessarily a brand that I’ve been familiar with in the past, but these earbuds have caught my attention.
I can see why they’ve been so popular over the last year or so, I mentioned, one more has a pretty diverse product line of your phones in over your headphones to all with excellent ratings.
And the solid fan base seems to love the product, I think I might even need to try one more quad driver in earphones next to compare because those seem to be even better. Still, for now, hopefully, you guys enjoyed this quick review. Let me know what you think of one more triple driver earphone in the comments down below.
Let me know what your favorite pair of earbuds is well,and I’ll see you guys later.