1MORE Triple Driver Over-Ear headphones tuned by Luca Bignardi launched for Rs 19,999

“The Triple Driver Over-ear headphones are equipped with Ceramic Tweeter, Graphene Dynamic and Bass reflector” 

California-based audio accessories manufacturer 1MORE recently announced the Triple Driver Over-Ear headphone in India. The company claims that the headphones are specially designed and engineered for audiophiles, and it has partnered with Grammy Award Winning music producer, Luca Bignardi, to fine-tune the headphone’s sound. 

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Coming to the specifications, the 1More Triple Diver headphones feature a pair of Ceramic Tweeters for faster response time, details and shimmer. To tackle the base, the pair is backed by a pair of 40mm Graphene Dynamic Drivers and Bass reflectors. The device makes use of a leathery substance on both, its headband and the 45-degree rotatable ear cups, which adds to the comfort and paves way for an extended music session, as per 1MORE.

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Moreover, the 1More Triple Driver is constructed from an aluminium alloy and comes with a hollow car-wheel design, making the unit ”robust” and ”lightweight”. Other design features of the 1MORE Triple Driver over-ear headphones include the use of an oxygen-free copper wire and a 3.5mm gold-plated plugs. Furthermore, the headphones boast an impedance of 32ohms and can operate across a frequency range of 20Hz to 40,000Hz. Lastly, the unit weighs 293g, excluding the cable.

The 1MORE Triple Driver Over-Ear headphones are priced at Rs 19,999. The device comes with a one-year warranty and is available in black colour. The pair of cans can be purchased from the 1More India’s online store and various other leading stores across the sub-continent. Interested buyers can pre-order the headphones from the brand’s webstore and also avail a 25 percent discount upon using the code – 1MORE25.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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