1MORE, the California-located audio firm, has refurbished its headphones series in India with the roll out of over-ear headphone Triple Driver in India. The device has a price tag of Rs 19,999. The newly rolled out device is made up of oxygen-free copper wire and is 1.35 Meter long. The firm claimed to the media that it had joined hands with Luca Bignardi (the Grammy Award winner) to idealize the final tuning of the earphones.
The 1MORE Triple Driver has a 5 MW of rated power and a 20–40000 Hz of frequency range. The device is integrated with ceramic tweeters that have a quicker response time. For extended depth and bass, the device has a bass reflector in boutique speakers. It also has an audiophile-grade graphene driver to give full range definition, the firm claimed.
The 1MORE headphone is claimed to have a breathable & soft leather headband. To soothe ears and head, the ear cups made of leather cushions rotate 45 Degrees, while the inner headband employs smart grooves to ease the pressure. The device has a 104 dB of sensitivity and 32 Ohm of speaker impedance. The firm claimed that the new device is made with aluminum alloy to offer it enduring textured finish. The new over-ear headphones are obtainable on the firm’s website for pre-ordering. Users can get 25% discount on pre-orders. The product has one year of warranty.
On a related note, earlier this month the company extended its products series in India with the roll out of iBFree Sport Bluetooth headphones. Having a price tag of Rs 3,999, the device is obtainable in 2 color variants namely Black and Red. Pre-orders for this lately-launched device have already begun on Flipkart.com, Amazon.in, Headphonezone.in, and the firm’s official website. Consumers can use “SPORT20” code to get 20% off on pre-orders.
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