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Canon EOS M100
3:00 am | October 26, 2018

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The Essential Review

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TomTom Bandit review
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1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphone review
1:50 pm | October 25, 2018

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Editor's Note

• Original review date: June 2017
• Launch price: $100 / £70 / AU$150)
• Official price now: $39 / £49 (approx. AU$95)

Update: February 2024. Fortunately for the 1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones, the world of the best wired headphones moves much slower than the wireless world, and so despite being positively Jurassic by the standards of most tech, we're still very happy to recommend these. The dramatic price drop doesn't hurt either, but it wouldn't matter if some other product did it better for a similar cost – but they don't, really. Big, bold sound that feels truly premium is yours with these buds, and age hasn't dulled that. The rest of this review remains as previously published.

If you're in the market for a pair of in-ear headphones that are under $100 (£70 or AU$150), you've got a lot to choose from. There are tons of earbuds that sound great, but many at that low price usually have a fatal flaw, whether it’s less-than-stellar build quality, incompatibility between devices or they simply don’t fit your ears well enough to be comfortable. We've found it’s hard to find a pair of headphones that tick all of the boxes without breaking the bank. 

But all that changed with the 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones, which we consider among the best cheap headphones right now. If you haven’t heard of 1MORE, listen up because it’s a company that deserves to be on your radar. 

1MORE offers a range of over-ear and in-ear headphones, but the stand out of the bunch are the Triple Driver in-ear headphones. We spent the last few weeks with them and were blown away at how much they offered at the price range, easily rivalling some of the very best headphones

1MORE Triple Driver Headphones showing the in-ear fitting


The 1MORE Triple Driver in-ear headphones feature a handsome design that is subtle yet stands out when you get your hands on them. 

The earbuds themselves are milled out of aluminum and feature a rose gold color. (And no, it’s not the pink color that Apple tries to pass off as rose gold with the iPhone 7 but the actual color of gold mixed with copper.) 

The earbuds themselves are angled and offer a nice fit in the ear. They don’t sit completely flush, and they stick out very little. While that means you won’t want to sleep with the Triple Drivers, they maintain a nice low profile with your ears. 

1MORE Triple Driver Headphones on cloth surface

Moving on to the cable, 1MORE opted for two different textures. The cable from the Y-connector to the straight 3.5mm jack is sheathed in fabric for durability but the cables leading out of the Y-connector to each earbud are rubber. We’re not fans of rubber cables as they tend to snag on clothing or on itself. The 1MORE Triple Drivers are guilty of this, but it’s by no means a deal breaker. 

The headphones come with a three-button remote that works with both Android and iOS, which is something that not every headphone can do, hence the existence of Android and iOS specific headphones. 

Here's where we find our one and only flaw with the headphones: The remote is made of plastic and feels cheap, especially compared to the 1MORE Quad Driver headphones which have a remote made of aluminum. 

1MORE Triple Driver Headphones showing controls

The Triple Drivers feature a ton of silicone and foam eartips in the package as well as a nice hard case for travel. The foam eartips aren’t very good as they’re shallow and don’t seal very well in our ears. Thankfully, the myriad of included silicone tips are more than enough to find a good fit for proper bass response. 


Sound quality is where the 1MORE Triple Driver stand out. While the balanced but slightly warm sound signature didn’t blow us away at first, we came to appreciate the balance and detail provided by the Triple Drivers. 

Music is exquisitely detailed with a good sense of space. Instruments are layered and complex songs don’t sound muddled as each instrumental layer remains audible. While there are more detailed in-ear headphones out there, you’ll have to pay much more for the minute increase in performance. 

1MORE Triple Driver Headphones alongside 1MORE Quad Driver headphones

The mids are lush and work to highlight human voices. There’s a slight mid-bass bump that give the 1MORE Triple Drivers a warm tonal balance, even more so than the 1MORE Quad Drivers. 

Speaking of the Quad Drivers, the Triple Drivers can’t match them in terms of detail, space or balance – but the differences between the siblings are so small that it’s really hard to fault the cheaper Triple Driver. If you want more overall refinement, detail and build quality, however, go for the Quad Drivers.

Bass is very good with great extension and impact. The mid-bass bump helps give the headphone an overall warm sound without it taking over. 

Last but not least, the 1MORE Triple Drivers create a nice seal to help seal out noise. While they don’t feature any active noise cancellation, the passive noise isolation is more than enough to drown out the world during your commute. 

1MORE Triple Driver Headphones coiled up on cloth surface

Final verdict

After spending a few weeks with both the 1MORE Triple Driver in-ear headphones and the 1MORE Quad Driver in-ear headphones we were blown away at just how much value each one gave in their prospective price ranges. 

For $100 (£100, about AU$168), it’s hard to think of a better sounding and built headphone than the 1MORE Triple Driver. That said, if you want just that little extra refinement and luxury materials, the 1MORE Quad Drivers are still a bargain at twice the price. 

There’s very little we can fault the Triple Drivers for. Its rubber cable is annoying and its remote control feels cheap but these are just nitpicks. For the money, it’s hard to do better than 1MORE's Triple Driver in-ear headphones. 

Editor's Note

• Original review date: June 2021
• Newer Sony WH-1000XM5 now out
• Launch price: $279 / £250 / AU$449
• Official price now: $199 / £199 / AU$359

Update: January 2024. Even three years after their launch, we still rate the Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds highly among the best wireless earbuds, because price cuts over the years (and the fact that their successor, the Sony WH-1000XM5 actually came with a price rise) means they still offer fantastic value. The particular balance of noise cancellation, sound quality and features is unbeatable at the discounted price you can often find them for during sales events – we've seen them at $160 / £180 / AU$260 during Black Friday. You can't do better at that price – though obviously, these days, if you pay more you'll get a better overall package. The rest of this review remains as previously published.

GoPro Fusion
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Can GoPro’s debut 360° action cam bring virtual reality creation from a hobbyist niche to the mainstream? 

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Nikon D3500 review
3:01 am | October 20, 2018

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Despite the growing popularity of mirrorless cameras, beginner DSLRs are still incredibly popular, and the D3500 is Nikon’s latest entry-level offerin[……]

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Canon EOS Rebel T7i / EOS 800D review
3:04 am | October 17, 2018

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The Canon EOS Rebel T7i (known as the EOS 800D outside the US) is the latest in a long line of entry-level Canon DSLRs that can chart their heritage b[……]

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Panasonic Lumix ZS70 / TZ90
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Back in 2006, Panasonic launched what it claimed to be the world’s smallest compact with a 10x optical zoom, the Lumix ZS1 / TZ1. This was argua[……]

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GoPro Hero5 Black review
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GoPro Hero5 Session review
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Sony Cyber-shot WX220 review
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Compact cameras such as the Sony Cyber-shot WX220 are designed to appeal to those who still want to carry a dedicated camera device, or aren’t quite s[……]

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