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nadd
E1001 79.99 lighting 119.99 quad 159.99 ^^i missed too.
Hopefully next time there will a good deal on the quad driver
I reviewed the Triple driver model a while back, good value for money if you are looking for a smooth and laid back sound signature: http://www.soundperfectionreviews.com/2016/07/review-1more-e1001-triple-driver-hybrid.html
Is this price for both the triple and quad together? Because the triple's are $70 at Costco.
This doesn’t seem like a great deal. They are the same price at Costco.
Does anyone know how these would compare with the Shure SE215s?
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I find that human voices sound very good on these. If you don't have a pair already I would recommend the triple drivers for this price.
Verum
I feel like this are not worth the price. You can get much more bang for buck from some other Chinese earphones for half the price. There are some cheap dual driver hybrids out like blumuze on amazon, the silver ones aka e-mi CI880 Hybrid. They have great soundstage! Insane value.
Same with the shure's too. There are nicehck bro or tennmak pro with swappable mmcx cable (just like the shure's have) and nicehck makes a bluetooth mmcx cable too. And the shure's are only single driver. If you wanted a micro driver there are earphones like MEMT x5 for example.
For half the price of these also check out the bosshifi b3 hybrid driver which feature wood construction and have good mids. Similar to these would be urbanfun hybrid driver ear phones.
For around same price as these triples (cheaper actually at $65) check out the LZ such as LZ A2S ear phone which is even on amazon. Pretty much anything from LZ is worth way more than it costs. The LZ A4 was just on here and it was a great deal for what it was and almost no one purchased it (they make like two a day by hand apparently).
For around $100 you can get awesome in ears like Magaosi K3 or H3 (double vs triple drivers).
Also If you have an amp check out the kz zs5 quad drivers!!
How does the soundstage of the triple stand? Can it withstand sweat?
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Yep, I agree. I can get a bit wider soundstage through the Schiit Fulla 2, currently the only amp I own because money lol. But yeah, for the purposes of this discussion I assumed with phone only. OP mentioned sweat so I assume they wanted it for the gym.
TanvirK175
For what it's worth, I get quite a nice, wide soundstage on these with my LG V20 even compared to my desktop DAC - there are phones out there that can drive these quite nicely, is what I mean.
How do these triples compare to the Klipsch X11i that are on massdrop right now for $80?? I know the Klipsch are more comfortable but what about sound quality? Cheapest Klipsch X11i I see online are like $199 or $90 for the x11 non i version plus the retail price when the X11i came out in like 2014 were a ridiculous $350 lol
RareAirs
I own both the X11 (without the remote) and the triples. I think highly of both, and I think they're both at a sound quality level where whichever one fits your use case would probably be the factor to decide by, rather than sound differences. With the qualification that, when it comes to descriptive audiophilia, I'd be more like a backup shortstop than the cleanup hitter, I'd say that the triples have more of a V shape than the Klipsch, with resonant bass that's almost but not quite boomy, and gets tamer with the right tips. I think the X11 takes the nod slightly in balance and clarity, and has a slight elevation in the bass that I could also see being a matter of taste for some. I would put both of them in the "fun sounding" rather than analytical category. I just don't think it's the kind of thing where you would hear the other one later and kick yourself because it sounds so much better. For what it's worth, if I had to pick one of the two drops based on my experience with them, I'd go with the Klipsch for the non-sound factors of comfort, design, and discount vs. the general market.
The Triples were one of my earlier "audiophile" purchases, and one of the few from that period that I still like and use regularly. I think they sound great and deserve the praise they receive (can't speak to the mic, as I don't use it). My only mild complaint was that the tips didn't really work that well for me, comfort and isolation-wise, but that's a personal thing. They still sounded great, though, and I was recently able to fix the fit issue with some tips from a set of BrainWavs IEMs in an MD Blue Box that I didn't care for. So I can easily recommend them on their sound quality.
However, again speaking just to the Triples, I don't think this is one of the better deals MD has offered. This is the everyday price at Costco Online and you also get their outstanding return policy (granted, you need a membership) . They occasionally put them on sale with an instant rebate, where you can pick them up for $65. Amazon's regular price is close enough that it's not too hard to justify getting them in a couple days for a few dollars more. So, great headphones, mediocre price on this one.
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Huh??? Well, that was fun. You have a good day too, there, Chuck.
Original 1MORE H1707 Triple Drivers HIFI Stereo Bass Music Hollow Design Over-ear Headphone Headset https://www.banggood.com/Original-1MORE-H1707-Triple-Drivers-HIFI-Stereo-Bass-Music-Hollow-Design-Over-ear-Headphone-Headset-p-1152490.html 103.99US
Anyone here can comment on the triples vs the Fiio F5s?
Deuces79
I've done the 3-driver head-to-head with the EX1, assuming they're similar, the 1mores have a bit more bass, and are overall a little more balanced, particularly in R/L matching which improves soundstage. I'd put the FiiO EX1 in the same class as the 1mores, but they're noticeably (if only a little bit) worse.
dogface_jim
Thanks for the reply. The information helps a lot.
I own both the Triples, the Quads and most of the Xiaomi IEMs, which are also created by 1More. I love them, but they definitely have downsides.
Key findings (all my opinion):
- Paint on the IEMS (Both triple & Quad) is of low quality. If you, like me, use them every day and tuck them under your shirt, the earphones will hit each other and damage the paint in a matter of days (see picture).
- The microphone is horrible (Mainly triple, but also quad). Inside, the microphone is usable. If you use it on the go, or while moving (cycling and the likes), the quality is dreadful. They're also very susceptible to wind noise. Some of my callers actually hung up the phone thinking the call died.
- The cable is not replaceable, but for both counts: it is a very strong cable. The braided wire of the triple is good, the kevlar one of the quad is better.
- The delivered tips are ok, yet not great. The foamies tend to live not so long (couple of months). Tip rolling is hard, since the size of the muzzle is huge. However, the t500 size from comply works, if you struggle a bit around.
- The sound quality is quite marvellous. The quad supersedes the triple in the lower bass and the far highs, and the soundstage is a lot wider. Mid-bass is more present on the triple. I always listen with foam tips, which will affect the sound.
- Generally, i'd go with the triple. This is very enjoyable sound, they're quite cheap and the quad delivers more, but not THAT much more.
- Info: The quad has a hooked 3,5mm and the triple has a straight one. I know this matters for quite many people.
- Sidenote: The Xiaomi's are also pretty good. In my opinion the only true competitor is their top model (Pro HD i think it's called). This one costs about 20-30 USD. A good alternative from the same factory if you're in doubt. It does sound a bit sharp at times in comparison with the 1More's. The triple is certainly better in my opinion.

Edit: Added a picture where you can see the paint damage. The triples are quite new since the first pair got stolen. They were used daily for 1 year and a couple of months at that point and still working fine.
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Dynion
I totally agree with you. The paint job on their earbuds are a bid suspect and get damaged really quickly even when you just put it in the case.
Also yes. Frankly pound for pound the in ear headphones pro hd are the best. They aren't quite as good as the triple drivers for smooth highs and mids but they are really pretty good for that price nonetheless.
Dynion
So you think putting some clear nail polish on them at first purchase will, help reserve the aethetics?
I had to return my TFZ Exclusive 5's from a drop because I got one 3 bud and one 5 bud. I tried them out and liked the fit and sound. Does anyone have a comparison between the 1More and the TFZ? I don't mind paying more if these are worth it or better. Thanks for any help!
phrank3
I don't have the Exclusive 3's but comparing the Triple Drivers with the Exclusive 5's, the TD's have more clarity, for sure. The soundstage is small on both but on the TD's, specifically, you can still hear every instrument clearly and, while not to a great extent, be able to pinpoint exactly where it's coming from. The E5's are way more bass heavy. Like WAY more. However, because it's not as clear as TD's, imaging suffers a bit and it becomes a little difficult to tell where the bass is coming from. Mids are more forward with the TD's than the E5's. Both are V-shaped but the E5's are much more so whereas, in my opinion, the TD's are a little bit between balance and V-shaped. I don't notice much difference in the high's for either. The E5's are also much easier to drive, obviously considering it's a 16 ohm impedance vs the TD's 32.
I've had these for a year. The bass is exaggerated. Also, the softer tips tend to become loose and come away from the driver too easily. That leaves them in your ear when you remove the earphone. Finally, the microphone is positively dreadful. I've had people complain that I sound very bad when using them for phone calls.
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I tried various sizes, driven by the fact that my preferred size broke first. There's actually a little plastic frame in the silicon tips. That's what breaks, allowing the tips to slip off the driver too easily.
Prior to the 1More's I used several models of Etymotic headphones for many years. These were single driver balanced armature designs.
I think that the dynamic driver of the 1More are not well blended into the BA drivers. Hence the elevated bass.
mjgraves
Ahh, I see. I wondered what that was for. The frame isn't broken on my tips so I guess that's why I don't have the issue. I hope it doesn't break, that would suck. I can say the TD's have more bass than a neutral piece but they aren't so much elevated that it makes it a bad experience, for me personally. I actually like my bass to pack a punch so the TD's reproduce bass well but I would be okay with it having some more impact.
Does the triple driver have inline mic and remote control?
jacchiar
It does.
Do not pay extra for the quad, go on Rtings and do a comparison, it’s worse in most every way (if wanting a neutral response). I own the Triple‘s and they are quite good. However, their little brother,, the Xiaomi Piston III’s are almost identical in sound quality (it doesn’t have the foam tips, no airplane adaptor, volume rockers don’t work with iOS, not as high quality feel). However, they are only ~$15. I own both, and if doing blind tests, I wouldn’t be able to tell they were different sounding unless I really tried. That’s not a knock on the Triple, it’s worth $80, it’s just the Piston III’s are a steal.
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Oh you mean the one's that won the red dot design award in 2015? Yeah the bass is good on those I agree. I dunno I though tthe clarity on those wasn't as good as the newest one or the 1more triple drivers. I feel like vocal music sounds really good on the triple drivers and balanced armatures in general but that's just me. But on another note, the in ear headphones pro hd are a significant upgrade over the hybrids in the clarity and midrange department. If you get the chance you should try it out.
MFillmore
>I dunno I though tthe clarity on those wasn't as good as the newest one or the 1more triple drivers
The vocals on the Triple‘s are slightly less recessed than the Piston III’s in the mid-range, making it so the vocals don’t take as much as a backseat to the instrumental. Still, I wouldn’t say the sound quality reflects the price difference (though you do get the other things I mentioned).
Is the cable user-replaceable? not clear from the description
Anzial
No, It's not.