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I just received my 1more Triple Driver Over Ears and the drop says it is supposed to have a graphene driver, but the box I got says it is Titanium. Anyone else have this issue?
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JoeyDon63
From inner fidelity -https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/1more-triple-driver-over-ear-headphones
"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."
mp34me
Thank you very much.
Just released 1more triple driver surgeon general warning labels: WARNING(S): EDM WARNING: 1MORE TRIPLE DRIVER HAS BEEN LINKED TO SUDDEN BOUTS OF JUMPING, ARM WAVING, SPINNING IN CIRCLES AND EXCESSIVE HEAD BOBBING WHILE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS TYPE OF MUSIC. THESE ACTIONS CAN LEAD TO SEVERE SWEATING, SHOULDER PAIN, DIZZINESS AS WELL AS SORENESS AND STIFFNESS OF THE NECK! JAZZ WARNING: 1MORE TRIPLE DRIVER HAS BEEN LINKED TO VARIOUS FACIAL CONTORTIONS, AIR PIANO PLAYING AND SUDDEN URGES TO DRINK COFFEE WHILE LISTENING TO JAZZ MUSIC. THESE ACTIONS CAN LEAD LEAD TO UGLY FACEINITUS, SORE FINGERS AND THE DREADED COFFEE RUNS WHEN USED WITH THIS TYPE OF MUSIC. PUNK, HARD CORE PUNK, THRASH METAL AND GRUNGE MUSIC WARNING: 1 MORE TRIPLE DRIVERS HAS BEEN LINKED TO FITS OF SLAMMING, HITTING, JUMPING ON AND OVERALL AGGRESSION TOWARDS OTHER PEOPLE WHEN USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THESE TYPES OF MUSIC. RAP WARNING: 1MORE TRIPLE DRIVER HAS BEEN LINKED TO THUG WALK DANCING, AND FACE MAKING. THESE ACTIONS CAN LEAD TO TRIPPING, FALLING AND SUDDEN ALIENATION OF THOSE AROUND YOU WHEN USED WITH THIS TYPE OF MUSIC. POP MUSIC WARNING: 1MORE TRIPLE DRIVER HAS BEEN LINKED TO SINGING OUT LOUD, SKIP WALK DANCING, POUTY FACE AND SUDDEN BURSTS OF MUMBLE SINGING WHILE SINGING OUT LOUD AND COMING TO A PART OF THE SONG WHERE YOU DON'T KNOW THE WORDS. FALSE SENSE OF CUTENESS OR INAPPROPRIATELY TIMED FLIRTY FACE, GIGGLES WHILE RUNNING OFF LAUGHING WHEN USED WITH THIS TYPE OF MUSIC. CLASSICAL MUSIC WARNING: 1MORE TRIPLE DRIVER HAS BEEN LINKED TO LONG PERIODS OF SITTING STILL WHILE HOLDING HAND OVER HEART, LOOK OF CONSTERNATION, RHYTHMIC MOVEMENT OF ONES HEAD SIDE TO SIDE AND ON RARE OCCASION WATERY EYES AND TEARS WHEN USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THESE TYPES OF MUSIC. DISCLAIMER 1: SHOULD YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THE ABOVE LISTED SYMPTOMS WHILE USING THIS PRODUCT WITH A PORTABLE DEVICE YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO TURN UP THE VOLUME AND ENJOY YOURSELF EVEN MORE! DISCLAIMER 2: SHOULD YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THE ABOVE LISTED SYMPTOMS WHILE USING THIS PRODUCT WITH A NON PORTABLE DEVICE YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO PURCHASE ONE AND REFER TO DISCLAIMER 1! DISCLAIMER 3: 1 MORE AND MASSDROP ARE NOT IN ANY WAY AFFILIATED WITH THE ABOVE STATEMENTS AND CAN NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR THE SUGGESTIONS OR ACTIONS, REAL OR IMAGINED CONTAINED IN THE WARNING(S) SECTION OF THIS COMMENT. IT WAS WRITTEN AS A SATIRICAL ILLUSTRATION OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT TO EXPERIENCE WHILE LISTENING TO MUSIC THROUGH THE TRIPLE DRIVER OVEREAR HEADPHONES. THE WRITER OF THIS COMMENT IS IN NO WAY AFFILIATED WITH EITHER COMPANY AND HAS CHOSEN TO WRITE THIS OF HIS OWN WILL WHILE LISTENING TO VARIOUS GENRES OF MUSIC.
UPDATE: My panda stack is back and I used it to power these headphones. The results are in and man am I blown away by the sound. As I stated in my earlier posts they sounded good when used with different devices but I was waiting to put them on this dac and amp combo specifically and wow. Having the right amount of power is key to getting the most out of these headphones. The sound that comes out of them is good whether directly attached to your phone or an amp but I can tell you without a doubt that when you pair it with the amp, the sound is glorious and you will suffer from long and repeated eargasms. I can not believe that price to performance with these headphones. All I can say is wow. I will update this post when my wife brings the Fiio Q1 MK II home from work and the SMSL SAP-9 comes in for those that may want to know if these headphones show any difference in performance when on a balanced output.
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ethanchan
Hey man, thanks for the review. Waiting for your update on how these perform with Q1 MK II since I already have it.
FirstOrangutan
My apologies for not posting an update on that pairing, I completely forgot about it. To me (and my wife who is no audiophile), it worked but really didn't push them the way they need to be pushed. Could you do it, sure, but after throwing it on my aune x7s and sap 9 I could immediately hear the sound difference due to lack of power. It was so much so that I bought my wife a Nano iDSD Black Label Dac/Amp ($199) to push hers. That was a much better pairing than the Q1 pairing. Again, it will work, but it is missing that something that pushes them out of the ok sounding zone and into the DAMN THAT SOUNDS GOOD! zone. You will especially notice it in the bass. sorry I couldn't give you better news. Ethan
Ordered one but estimated shipping date is Oct 8, 2018 PT , can't this be expedited?
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https://www.massdrop.com/talk/2398/talk/1826931?utm_source=linkshare&referer=TN3TTS
The wait time is directly related to the reason why Massdrop has better prices.
TWilly
Thank you, that cleared it up for me. Appreciate your reply.
When will the international version get a drop?
This one or the 58x?
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I second that.. well worth it.
Astro_Seven
Thanks.
Seriously? No shipment outside north america? very disappointing!!
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That doesn't really explain why, though. Just because they sell the silver one in the US and the gold one elsewhere doesn't give any justification to forbid people from owning the other region's colour.
Tigerman
I am sure that if massdrop sells the gold version, it will not be sold to North America. This does not prohibit people from buying other versions that are sold outside the area. This only limits the sales made by 1more agents. Agents in Asia will lose if "massdrop" sends a lot of cans that are cheaper to Asia. I am in Indonesia, planning to buy this using forwarder services. See, you can do it.
Are these fairly neutral headphones or are they "fun" headphones? From what I can gather, it seems as if it's mostly neutral except for a slight bump in the bass, but I am not sure based on some conflicting reviews.
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Interesting, than you for your insights! I think I'll probably go for these.
DRaGZ
Happy to help! :) Hopefully you will enjoy them as much as I have, if you follow youtube reviewers I sent mine in to Josh Valour and a review should be in within a few weeks I would think so keep your eyes and ears pealed to hear another persons impressions of the very cans that shaped mine.
It is unfortunate that I only joined massdrop today because I just purchased these headphones for 249.99 on amazon. I love them so much that I intend to buy these and return the ones from amazon. They are well worth the amazon price but at the massdrop price they are must haves. Love these headphones and am sure you will too. Edit 1: I still love these headphones and wish I could explain just how good they sound but it is just something you will have to hear to understand. Even with that, there are some flaws that I figured I would share with the community. 1. The headband is pretty stiff and if you have a big head like I do you can expect some discomfort after wearing them for a little while. I am sure that once I have had them for a while this well get better but out of the box... ouch 2. These are more on ear than over ear unless you have small ears. 3. you can not change the ear cups. 4. the cable is very short, guessing about 4.5 feet. Kewl if you are walking around with it plugged into whatever player you use, but if you are sitting at a desk not so good. And no, they do not have nor offer longer ones so you would have to buy an extender or custom cable. 5. This is a plus or a minus, that is going to depend on you and your needs. This headset is a bit on the heavy side, it is a little over half a pound (293 grams or .65 of a pound). That is not normally a lot of weight but combined with issue 1 and 2 they will become unbearably uncomfortable after a while and, if you are doing anything that requires you to be moderately or more active, this can be a problem. 6. I am not sure if anyone else has noticed or have had this problem but my cables are backwards. The left ear cable is actually the right and the right is the left. This is not a big problem because all you have to do if you have this problem is put left in the right cup and vice versa. I didn't realize it until I was watching a movie and the sound that should have been on the left was coming out of the right ear. I then pulled up my player and moved my slider to the right and then to the left and sure enough, the cables that are designated by color (left=white - right=red) were backwards. Now, as I said this is not a big issue, you can just switch them around. I called 1more to let them know and they offered to replace it free of charge. Now for the good things; 1. The sound and range is amazing. I own several headsets that range from $30 to $1800 and I can tell you that without hesitation that I have not tried or owned headsets in this price range that sound better. These are not bass cans nor is it a precision headphone but for 90% of your listening pleasure these are going to give you more range and clarity than anything else you are going to find. 2. They are solid and strong. 1more did not skimp out on any of the building materials. I love the feel of it and while I have yet to do so, am sure that if I were to drop them, they would survive without an issue. 3. I love the look, it is not overly done but definitely not plain either. 4. The best full range headphones I have ever owned, period. 5. Customer service has been pretty good, I have not been able to talk to them when I have called but I did leave a message and they got back to me ready and willing to help with any problem.
Bottom line is this, if you are looking for bass cans, this is not it. If you are doing precision editing, these are not the best you can get (but for sure the best of anything I have ever used up to probably the $600 range). If you are looking for headphones that won't break the bank but will give you amazing sound no matter what you listen to, you have come to the right place.
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We for sure have different tastes in sound. The sub bass I got out of mine were plenty for me. I have always found that the deeper you go with sub on a headphone the more you loose on the higher frequency spectrum. Much like the 1mores, they have a great clean range. Only difference is that the L300 has a bigger range over all, at least to my ears. Don't get me wrong, even with my L300 back on my desk I am sure I will daily drive the 1more because I can use a portable dac/amp with it which is just not possible with the Stax. But when I sit down to listen to my classical, or jazz or even EDM I will more than likely have the Stax on. to me they are just that good and yes, that is with the pad change. The original pads I had kinda sucked... lol
ethanchan
Well I tend to be treble sensitive and I have tinnitus to boot, and can hear up to 17k so I'm picky with what I listen with but I listen to pretty much everything. I've been influenced by jbl l112 speakers my whole life. For example I do not like 7xx m1060 or shp9500 for treble issues. I own he560 and find them to sound airy but not unpleasurable like the others etc...
These are on ear unless you have a child sized ear. It is kinda tricky to get the earpads off without tearing up the adhesive but if you're careful you can take them off and buy some earpads off ebay that are over ear. I suggest earpads that are 90 to 95mm. They sound good but crave power. This is a great price for them btw.
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So do you recommend changing pads if so to which one if not the HM5s
roxwow
90-95mm round pads the most comfortable ones are these ones https://www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-ear-pads-cushions-for-all-headphones-70mm-80mm-90mm-100mm-FULL-size/123067653360?hash=item1ca7675cf0%3Am%3AmKmOkLhn6wcsrVeXk2u6EXA&var=423492554012 also Philips Fidelio L1 or L2 replacement pads work well and are a bit thinner than the above pads. Both are pretty cheap. Beats Studio 2.0 earpads also work but you will have to use the adhesive on the back of the beats pads the other options I've listed just slip over the lip of the headphones.
How come these won't ship internationally?
Crashcradick
1more makes this product two versions. This silver version is only sold in North America. Another version is gold for Asia Europe. there is a difference in terms of tuning.
AudioDiscovery
That's a shame we can't have access to the same products.
These are one of my favorite closed-back headphones of all time. A steal at this price. My full review on TechRadar here: https://www.techradar.com/reviews/1more-triple-driver-over-ear-headphones
Oh my goodness! They are beautiful!
these would have been better designed like the philips fidelio x2. these would be better as open cans imo but philips somehow managed to have more of a bass presence than any open cans (i don't like closed ones--tried the closed version of the audio technica 700 series many moons ago and promptly returned my m50x) i've owned. too bad i broke mine beyond repair. i got the he-4xx and that was a poor replacement.
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iFi nano iDSD Black Label. It's an amp/DAC under $200, works with sensitive IEMs and can power pretty much any can upwards of 300 ohms. It'll even push my 4XX and 6XX with plenty of gusto and still keep it all hiss free with my CA Atlas and Shure 846.
It's battery powered but can go into desktop mode and bypass the battery so it doesn't kill its lifespan. There are a lot of other good perks but these are the biggies.
jaydunndiddit
this does seem like an impressive unit, having a cursory look at it on amazon. however, i am looking to spend less than $200 and want something much smaller, like a USB dongle. do you know of anything that fits this profile and is capable of driving power hungry cans?
I've heard these, but a year ago at CES so maybe they weren't final, and it was on the (noisy) show floor so it was just a rough impression. For closed-back wired headphones at $200 I am not sure you could do a lot better, but I don't know that they are they best you could do either. They sounded fine, didn't give an impression of flatness or neutrality, but didn't notice anything blatantly wrong at the time either.
I bought these when they first came out. I would classify them as entry-level audiophile headphones. They have Similar qualities as some of my flagships. They are stange because they seem very power hungry but can still run fine off of an iphone. I put a huge amp (hdv 820) on it and it doesn’t make a huge difference. They unfortunatley are not as good as I would have hoped for gaming because it is difficult to pinpoint positioning in games (seems fine for music) The treble and bass are surprisingly good and come in clear at the same time (The bass does not mess up the treble). At this price I would recommend them To anyone looking for audiophile sound but doesnt Not have the opportunity to save money for a flagship.
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I'm not overly fond of the Bose sound and was hoping to find a quality replacement for the AKG N60 NCs I had. Even without the noise cancelling feature on, the isolation on those were incredible, though the sound was just average.
Thanks4alltheFish
These aren’t the headphones for you. Isloation is not great.
I find the design on these to be very cool. The aluminum construction, seeing the driver from the outside is also pretty neat. Graphene driver cool, wondering if it's actually graphene or graphene coated. Seems like it's more on ear than over ear which is a downer.
I'll probably end up picking up these up secondhand.
This is a review that has me interested in these cans:
https://hearfidelity.com/reviews-1/1mores-triple-driver-over-ear
Would have gone with this 1 more triple driver at this price instead of a STAX L300 deal I just went in on.
I don't own these, but its on a list: ATH- m40x, specially in this setup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6wBv03B1nk
But you could go with other tunnel pads. They are about $100 plus pading ($10-$50)
too bad i got into the HE4xx drop earlier this month, i like how this like. wallet hurting this month.
Debating between these and the Noble X wizards. Need something to take out to sea with me as taking Aeons just seems like a recipe for disaster. These will be driven by an ifi dsd bl nano. Listen EDM (trance, hardstyle and liquid dnb) and Jazz will also be watching anime. Any though on which I should get?
MisterNobody
Get the iems! Ex drummer here into same jams...at sea take iems you’ll be comfortable and have great isolation!
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Would have been in for one if it was after Tyll's review. If it goes on the wall of fame, the next drop for these should be huge.
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golden
Well here it is:
Chris_T
Well that was way more positive than I thought + wall of fame. Looks like I'll be getting these after my Ultrasone Signature DJ gets worn out.
Was about to get excited that the 1more triple hybrid IEM was dropping. Damn misread the email. These look... interesting. But not enough to spend $200. Would rather see the proven and well-regarded IEM version :|
mayorblurps
1More quads are dropping, if you're interested.
bipolarbear528
the quad drivers are definitely worth it. i have the triple drivers as a backup.
I know there is an earlier version of these with Gold trim color on the hardware, I read somewhere that there is a different tuning to the two different color models, can anyone shed some light on that?
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Very dark. It doesn't even seem like there's a dedicated tweeter. Honestly though, they are a good deal at $200. $250 - no.
Meringo
I agree $200 is probably the right price point for these...but I disagree they are dark...i find my Audioquest Nighthawks to be dark...i find my old Senn HD558 to be dark...these I dont.
1more sent me one for review last week and I dragged it to NY and all around can jam just to show it off. These are ASTONISHING cans for $250 and even more so for $200.
Also they are actually a 2 way active. They count the passive radiator as a "driver". The Ceramic Piezo Tweeter is just enough to make this sound very special. And since they have been tuning them for a year (saw at last years canjam) they are basically amazing.
and a 10k soft Crossover point for the tweeter means it is actually doing something.
Oh and the bass is incredible once you break it in for a few days.
oh and high-gain is recommended. Because inefficient crossover.
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I'd totally snatch a pair if it weren't for the fact that the wire is on the right side. Holy HELL, does my OCD kick in...
chuckolatte
yeah it bothers me a lot, but after awhile you kind of forget it is there. i really love my pair for gaming and listening to edm while writing. they work pretty well for some metal and rock as long as the source is of good quality
Voicing on the headphones done by the guy who mastered this grammy award winning music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk2ODNfVeHM
Expect the headphones to play similar music best.
The idea of a 3 driver headphone is rather flawed though. The only other audiophile grade multi-driver over/on ear headphone I have listened to is the Final Audio Design Sonorous (previously Pandora Hope) product line.
The main issue is phasing around the crossover and the modulation distortion that is a result... even though that won't show in most AP measurement plots.
Having a balanced radiator in a headphone seems kind of useless... never seen a headphone driver with a Q over 0.7 before, and I seriously doubt that the LF driver can reach an suitable CX point to a balanced armature if it has a Q that would necessitate the passive radiator.
The only engineering reason there might be for the radiator is to avoid conflict with "prior art" or to establish some level of sufficient novelty from an intellectual property standpoint.
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Prolly not. I was just trying to give this design the benefit of the doubt and temper my dire predictions of the shortcomings. I'm hesitant to guarantee they're not well behaved since I haven't heard them.
Re: HPF details, I just guessed based on @ZeosPantera's description a few comments up: "... and a 10k soft Crossover point for the tweeter".
Bobthedespot
I never believe in dual driver stuff. But if you make that second driver small enough and keep the crossover soft you can do amazing things. If you get a set to try report back. I'd love to know how they compare to your Final Audio's
and here I was thinking those telefunkens whould be the ugliest headphones I would see this month, but I was wrong.
ares347
The rear is based on a Maserati wheel because they have a deal to include these with one of their cars. I don't mind it. The machining of the aluminum more than makes up for it.
ares347
Nah, it's not as bad as the Telefunkens. These don't look that bad.
reviews are a bit all over the place. internet reviews are favorable. feedback on the headfi thread is mixed. Talk there makes it sound like the US version may have different tuning than what has been released elsewhere, so who knows. I like their in ear (have the quad). Dark sounding (which I tend to prefer) and oh that bass (need a good seal though).
enginerd
Whenever reviews are all over the place, I assume the good ones to be fake. Sometimes it saves me from some crap.
smallbit
Especially when it comes to a Chinese brand. They buy all the reviewers and they shill and shill and shill ans shill everywhere