1More unveils the Quad Driver in-ear headphones at CES 2017

1More Quad Driver

1More took the stage at CES 2017 by announcing a new pair of in-ear headphones: the 1More Quad Driver In-Ear Headphone. The new earphones are an evolution over last year’s Triple Driver model, but they include four drivers in a patent-pending design “that allows for a full-frequency, low-distortion premium audio experience”. The new earphones will be available by the end of January.

The new 1More Quad Driver earphones include a “diamond-like” carbon dynamic driver and three balanced armatures, each dedicated to a specific frequency range. As a “first” to 1More, the Quad Driver are the first in-ear headphones by the firm to be “Hi-Res Audio” certified. The company continues their collaboration with Grammy Award-winning sound engineer Luca Bignardi, who already took care of the 1More EO323 and Triple Driver, to offer a “fully balanced and ultra-realistic soundstage”.

The earphones are made from aluminium and are styled after jet engines. They also feature a remote with iOS and Android compatible controls and a microphone. The package includes nine different eartip pairs, a leather carrying case, a 3.5 mm to 6.3 mm (1/8″ to 1/4″) adapter, an airline adapter and a shirt clip.

The 1More Quad Driver will be available at the end of January for 199.99$ both on 1More’s website and Amazon. These will be the most expensive in-ear headphones from 1More: the expectations are even higher, given this fact.

About Riccardo Robecchi

Living in Glasgow, Scotland but born and raised near Milan, Italy, I got the passion for music listening as a legacy from my father and my grandfather. I have reported on technology for major Italian publications since 2011.
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