Hey, guys. How’s it going? Today I want to do a quick review on the One More Triple Diver earbuds. Now, I know there’s probably a million reviews of these out there, and they’re all the rage right now, but when looking for them, I did … I don’t know. I just thought I’d give my two cents on them. Oh, I should mention, too. I found a pretty good deal on these, and I’ll throw a link in the description for you guys so you guys can check that out, too.
I was recently going on a little bit of a vacation overseas, and I was going to be gone for a while, and I wanted to get a perfect pair of earbuds that wouldn’t break the bank. Something more high end that’s going to last me for a long time, but I didn’t want to drop $500 or a $1,000 on just earbuds alone or something like that. I did quite a bit of research for months and months, looked at pretty much everything out there. Read tons of reviews and finally settled on the One More Triple Drivers. These are very highly acclaimed. A lot of people liked them, and so I thought, “Hey, I’ll give them a try.”
I’ll tell you if you want the short version of this review when I got these things and put them in, I was honestly blown away. I’m not blown away by audio stuff too often. I’ve heard some excellent speakers before. I’ve had some decent earbuds in the past, but these were just the next level of sound. It was a strange experience. It was like I’d listen to songs that I’d listened to 100 times before, and I could hear things in them that I’ve never heard before. The clarity on these things is just unbelievable. The spacial imaging of these is just crazy.
Now, these are triple driver headphones, which means there’s three drivers in them or three speakers. However, you want to think about it. They’re tuned by this kind of famous Grammy-winning sound engineer, Luca Bignardi. But what it all means, in the end, is what the sound is like? I listen to a wide variety of music. I hear a lot of classical. I hear a lot of electronic music. I hear a lot of rock, and just all different types and genres — some jazz, even some rap once in a while. I’ll tell you. These just work for all kinds of music. It’s just a visible representation of sound. The bass is strong, but it’s not overly muddy or anything like that. It’s very punchy. The lows are excellent. The highs are unbelievable on these things. For the price of these, I couldn’t imagine finding a better pair of earbuds under $500.
The best part about these … Well, not the best part, but an important thing about these is the box that it comes in. It comes with about nine different types of ear tips. Now, I like the memory foam ear tips as opposed to the silicon, because one thing you learn as you do your research is one of the most important things with any earbud is sealing. You need to have your ear canal sealed utterly to get the best sound representation. So with all these different custom sizes, they give you, you can get the perfect seal. It took me two or three tips to find my ideal seal, and the music just came alive. It was amazing after that.
It comes with a nice magnetic traveling case, as well. Worth mentioning. Very durable. Very sturdy design. They’re all metal. The cord is the nice tangle-free cord. It’s got a weave wrap around it, so it’s Kevlar, I believe, so it won’t tear or anything like that. They feel
like they’re going to last a long time. As I said, I spent about two months in Asia with these things taking them through buses and airports and taxis and all sorts of things, and they’re just like brand new.
Anyway, I don’t get too crazy about audio stuff, but these are so good, I just thought I would put my two cents on them. If you do have any more questions about them, leave them in the comments below. I’ll try to answer the best I can.
Thanks for watching, guys, and have a great day.