1More Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphone REVIEW Best Father’s Day Present Ever

Packaging

The 1More Triple Driver Earphones arrived in an attractive 7 inches wide by 9 inches tall by 4 1/2 inches tall retail package with a surrounding matte black slipcover. If you have not had the opportunity to examine any of the 1More product packages, I would encourage that you check them out. Although it is very cliche, we have been told time and again to not judge a book by its cover, and to love for the inside and not the appearance. Luckily, 1More does not follow this trend and has continued to astonish with their retail packaging. Instead of focusing on their product and placing it inside of an average shell, they truly want you to buy into an experience. The matte black slipcover, with a glossy, side-view of the headphones screamed tactical and technical without overwhelming the consumer. Many companies feel the need to fill all available surfaces with information, labels, icons, etc. I know it sounds odd, but I really love to evaluate the effort placed into marketing and packaging. The attractive side view of the ear cup and the open feel of the design were quite congruent. Along the bottom left corner of the cover, 1MORE detailed the Hi-Res Audio d and along the bottom right, the titanium driver/ceramic tweeter, passive radiator for a powerful experience and the tuning/design Luca Bignardi. The back of the packaging was a bit text heavy, repeating the same information as the cover in eight different languages. Beneath the text, you will find the product specifications: weight 293G, length 1.35m, maximum power 50mW, Plug 3.5mm, Impedance 32 ohm, wire material oxygen-free copper wire, Sensitivity 104 dB, frequency range 20Hz to 40 kHz.

Fit/Sound

The earphones arrived folded inside of the carry case. Unfold the headphones and then plug the appropriately colored 3.5 mm jack into the appropriately colored earphone cup. Holding the earphone cups, you can adjust the headband by expanding/retracting the earcups. To orient the headphones, you can use one of three cues. First, if you look at the inner surface of the black plastic ring alongside the headband, you will find an L and R. Your second cue can be found by looking at the bottom of each of the earcups and noticing the white/red color coding, which represents Left and Right. Lastly, each of the 3 1/4 inch diameter padded earcups has a bold font L or R inside of the ear cup. Distal to each edge of the headband, 1MORE provided an extra 1 1/2 inches via a telescoping arm. Each of the ear pads was capable of rotating and pivoting along the hinges and each could fold to allow you to reinsert the headphones into the carrying case. The incredibly comfortable 10.34-ounce headphones have an upper padded headband with 6 segments. The outer two segments measured 1 1/4 inches wide by 2 inches long and the inner five segments measured 3/4 inches long by 1 1/4 inches wide. With the ability to telescope, pivot and rotate, the headphones should easily fit the variety of head shapes. These features combined with the metallic, open-faced back of each of the earcups provided an attractive, comfortable pair of headphones.

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