Hands-On With The 1MORE True Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
1More True Wireless
Just a couple of years ago, I had never heard of 1More, and it’s likely that you hadn’t either. However, now when it comes to headphones, I can’t think of any brand I’d rather have my music playing through. They hit the ground running, offering some of the best headphones at some of the most competitive prices we’ve seen in many years. With that in mind, their new True Wireless models really got our attention at CES 2019.
Featuring DSP environmental noise cancellation for a premium listening experience. They feature dual dynamic drivers, with their custom titanium composite diaphragm design. This allows them to deliver flagship audio quality and performance; despite their compact size.
They may be small, but they’ll still run around 7.5 hours of talk time, and the same for music with 50% volume. This may sound lower than some brands claims, but we suspect most brands inflate their numbers anyway, given there’s no standard testing model for this. However, with their charging dock, you can obviously charge them between uses while you’re on the go and extend this.
They use Bluetooth V 4.2, meaning they’ll connect to just about any modern device. They’ll also allow for the use of HFP, A2DP, and AVRCP.
Pre-orders are open now, with prices starting at $99.99.
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