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Review: 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphone with In-line Microphone and Remote

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  1. Hisoundfi Contributor
    I noted that in the review.

    These work great sitting still. Moving around they kill you with microphonics
     
  2. all999
     
    Chin slider should help. Second day with them and they're growing on me. FLC8's are resting now[​IMG]
     
  3. moedawg140 Contributor
     
    Thanks, my friend!  Nice pictures in the review, as well - I like the "vignette" style/look.
     
  4. moedawg140 Contributor
     
    Just crank up the volume and you are good to go. [​IMG]
     
  5. nealh

    I found the cable hitting my shirt as I breathed transmitted noise. I guess I'm ultra sensitive.

    I saw it in the review but I just was passing on my experience and no matter what I did , I could not find a way to listen without microphonics which was too bad as they sounded nice for $100
     
  6. moedawg140 Contributor
     
    Have you (and everyone reading that has had microphonics issues with the Triple Driver) tried keeping the cable inside of your shirt to reduce possible microphonics?  If not, try it out, it may be an awesome revelation. [​IMG] 
     
  7. nealh

    Sent them back. Just did not want to deal with that issue. I want o put them on listen. It was sad as I was impressed with the sound
     
  8. moedawg140 Contributor
     
    No worries.  Maybe next time with a similar cabled product. [​IMG]
     
  9. AudioDHD
    My intrique when 1more triple driver was released was how I came across Headfi forums.. wonder how these compare to other Chinese IEM in their price bracket like the TK13?
     
  10. Despotes
    Which triple flanges or Spinfits will fit these? I tried all of the earpieces and can't get a decent fit. The smallest it too big and they don't go in very far.
     
  11. onitafmw55
    Exsomnis review is basically my opinion.

    Overall....sound sig not for me. Certainly have their pros and cons though.
    If they just had a bit more mids and the vocals were less recessed.

    P.S. I didnt have any issue with microphonics. They may have had a little but nothing extreme. Maybe im not as sensitive to it as others?
     
  12. Jess70
    Very happy with the 1more triple driver IEM's I received 3 days ago. At one point I had trouble with artificial and metallic sounding highs, but adjusting the tips fixed the problem. I would generally describe them as warm. They are a bit bass heavy for me on my iPhone. However, with my X5i they sound much more balanced. The slightly disjointed sound between lows and the other frequencies also seems to go away with burn-in.

    I advise anyone getting these to play with the different tips before deciding you don't like them.

    While they don't sound as good as my over-ear PSB M4U's they sound very good for $100 IEM's.
    My 2c
     
  13. canali
    now that is interesting...considering those flc 8s are on my radar for supposedly offering fab bang for the buck and not having to spend $1k.
     
    in addition to the gents who've already offered their helpful reviews, it would also interesting for other equally
     seasoned reviewers, i.e., brooko, hifichris, nmatheius  etc to also try these and offer their thoughts.
    i wonder if we can arrive at some concensus on these for bang for buck, value...do they really kick above their price point etc?
    .....i mean the media has very good reviews on them (see pages 2 and 4 for reviews that i linked in the thread below
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/808683/1more-e1001-triple-driver-in-ear-headphones-review/15).
     
  14. moedawg140 Contributor

    There will never be a consensus in regards to audio, no matter who reviews any audio product in existence. As you've already read in the review thread, there are those that love it and those that don't like it. Best for the individual to do is to try out the product/combination yourself to find out what sounds the best to your ears. What's great about the Triple Driver is that it won't break the bank and sounds great to a lot of people who have tried it.

    Hope you enjoy the Triple Driver if you decide to purchase it!
     
  15. Jess70

    I agree that I would like to hear from Brooko and other seasoned reviewers who have compared many headphones.
     
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