1MORE Launches Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphone In India

1MORE has launched Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphone in India at Rs 19,999

 

There's good news for music lovers in India, for US-based audio company 1MORE has revamped its headphones products range with the launch of Triple Driver over-ear headphone in the India, priced at Rs 19,999.
 
The newly launched headphone is 1.35m long and is made up of oxygen-free copper wire. The company said that it had collaborated with Grammy Award winner Luca Bignardi to perfect the final tuning of the device.
 
The 1MORE Triple Driver over-ear headphone comes with a frequency range of 20-40000Hz and has a rated power of 5 MW. The headphone is equipped with ceramic tweeters that are capable of faster response time. It has a bass reflector in boutique speakers for extended bass and depth, and an audiophile-grade graphene driver to deliver full range definition.
 
The new headphone is designed for extended performance and listening sessions, so the leather headband is soft and breathable. The inner headband uses intelligent grooves to alleviate pressure, while the leather cushioned ear cups rotate 45 degrees to conform to your head and ears. Music feels alive when you don't feel your headphones.
 
The Triple Driver is constructed with space grade aluminium alloy, anodized to a lasting textured finish. Employing over 20 metal precision processes, the Triple’s unique hollow car-wheel design affords a majestic sound-stage, encased in a robust, lightweight unit that is built to outlast the rigors of intense frequent use.
 
The aluminum alloy sound chamber in the 1MORE Triple Driver Over-Ear headphones, enhances acoustic response while polymer "rims" protect the outer bass reflector for extended flexibility and durability. Balance and beauty combine when everything has a purpose.
 
The product carries a 1 year warranty and is available at www.India.1more.com and several leading stores across India. The Pre-Order has started on Webstore - Use code "1MORE25" and users can get an extra 25% off for pre-orders. 

 


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