Have you ever looked at a particular set of earphones and said “No, I’m not buying that expensive pair of cans. I’d rather get the cheaper ones in Raon or Divisoria”? Apparently, you’re just one of the several people who practices the idea of practicality over substance. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not a mishap-causing concept and it’s certainly not that bad of a principle to lean on considering that you just really value your money over everything. But what if an immediate wear-and-tear occurs on the cheaper earphones you’ve purchased right after a month or two? Or the cans you’ve gotten made you wistful and salty because they really sound like a can, as in literally? The clich “What you pay is what you get” is a hard pill to swallow but a pill’s a pill, and it will guarantee you pleasure because of the quality you will be getting from a product that most of you deem pricey.
Earphones – or, in its long name, in-ear headphones – are often used as over-the-ear and/or on-ear headphones due to their comfortability and portability which you can wear while you restfully sleep or energetically hit the treadmill on a rainy Saturday morning. Some earphones come with a built-in microphone, which makes it a lot convenient to receive phone calls while on-the-go, while some do not. Some have Bluetooth connectivity, while some lack it. However, the absence of wireless connectivity DOES NOT equate to compromised sound quality. If you ask most audio enthusiasts whether they own wireless headphones or not, majority’s answer will be ‘no.’ This is mainly due to the fact that the transmission of audio signals from the device to headphones through air is very sparse and sporadic, thus, sound production will result to mediocre quality.
Though released last year, the 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones have a lot to say about superior audio quality and great affordability. They come with a built-in microphone and in-line buttons, but don’t have any wireless connectivity. These earbuds are comprised of three audio drivers (where the name was derived) to produce powerfully dynamic sounds without decreasing their clarity. They also have six silicone tips which all vary in sizes to match the circumference of your ear canals.
Talking about the earphones’ performance, the bass oozes with great bangs without the overpunching feel while the mids and highs provide such excellent balance and accuracy that you can hear the crispness of the singing voice and the playing instruments in a linear manner. Overall, the 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones’ sound production is superbly balanced, providing an intimate sound signature due to the warm tone they produce.
The build quality of the 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones is surprisingly fantastic, considering the earphones’ price. The long cable is coated with Kevlar, while the Y-connector is made of rubber, which provides a sturdy feel across any listening engagement. The earbuds are made of aluminum for further durability and are brushed with black and gold for finer aesthetics.
With its premium build and glorious sound quality squeezed into an affordable price of Php 6,620, it would really be baffling if people would not start noticing the 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones anytime soon.
– Frequency Range: 20-40,000 Hz
– Plug: 3.5mm Gold-plated
– Impedance: 32 Ohm
– 2x In-ear triple driver headphones
– Microphone; In-line controls
– 6x silicone ear tip (sizes vary)
– 3x foam ear tip (sizes vary)
– Magnetic clasping traveling case
– Storage case
– Dual prong airline adapter
– Shirt clip