When it comes to a pair of headphones or earphones, the choice is a very personal one. However, many of us might want to consider picking up a wireless model which will more often than not involve Bluetooth connectivity, as the tangled mess that wired models end up with tend to be very irritating, especially when you need to unravel it. 1MORE knows this, which is why this premier consumer electronics audio company has started to sell a couple of its latest Bluetooth models, accompanied by a single wired in-ear headphone. The new models would be the iBFree Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones, the MK802 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones, and the Piston Classic In-Ear Headphones.
For those who prefer something wired, the Piston Classic In-Ear Headphone might be the ideal choice, as it delivers quality, sound, and style in an affordable manner. I guess this is something that is a step up from generic headphones that are on the market, and yet won’t keep any serious audiophile happy.
For folks who prefer the Bluetooth treatment, the two models will boast of CRS Bluetooth 4.1 chips with aptX coding technology, where it delivers meticulous sound quality and a stable wireless option for consumers who want more freedom from wires. In fact, Tim Burton, VP of Sales, claimed that these models are the first Bluetooth headphones that he has used so far which he is unable to tell whether they were wireless based on the audio quality, stressing that “even the talk quality is far superior without the common echo of other Bluetooth headphones.”
This is made possible thanks to the MK802 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones boasting of rare Beryllium drivers, allowing it to deliver an exceptionally comprehensive sound with a durable, lightweight, and stylish TR-90 exterior. Sporting a “Bass Level” switch on the ear cup for folks who would like to have bass highlighted or limited, in addition to optional hearing protection so that hearing loss and fatigue are reduced, the MK802 will also play nice with the 1MORE app so that one can control hearing protection, and assign controllable apps, among others. With an asking price of $129.99, it is not an impulse purchase for sure.
Up next would be the $49.99 iBFree Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones that feature extremely lightweight aluminum alloy earpieces with Bluetooth 4.1 aptX coding, oblique angled ergonomic comfort, and titanium dynamic drivers. Not only that, it is also IPX4 rated water-resistant against rain, spills, and sweat, and will arrive in vibrant red, space gray, aqua blue, and apple green colors.