Consumer audio company 1More has received three 2019 CES Innovation Honoree Awards for multiple high-performance models – Penta Driver In-Ear Headphone (USD 299), Triple Driver BT In-Ear Headphone (USD 199.99), and Spearhead VR BT In-Ear Gaming Headphones (USD 129.99). Interestingly, 1More is the only headphone brand to win such distinction two years in a row.
The company’s new flagship model, the Penta Driver In-Ear Headphone comes with a universal earpiece with a tri-flange design, so they are easy to use right out of the box. The earbud itself features an ergonomic design with oblique angles to have a natural fit in your ear, and rubber ear hook that bends to your ear for a secure fit, and a balanced weight to keep headphones stable from moving while on your head.
As with all 1More earphones and headphones, this new in-ear headphones is also tuned by Grammy Award winning sound engineer, Luca Bignardi. According to a recent announcement, the company’s aim is to deliver a precise representation of the artist’s intended sound delivered through 5 precisely tuned balanced armatures.
“We are thrilled to be honored by the CTA and its award panel for outstanding design and engineering,” says 1MORE CEO, Frank Lin. “We pride ourselves on attention to detail and designing our products with consumers in mind, and we are happy the CTA has acknowledged that two years in a row. We are honored,” he added.
The Triple Driver BT is based on the wired version of the same in-ear headphone. Similar to the wired version, the wireless model features two balanced armatures and a separate dynamic driver, alongside the sandwich structure design with an aerospace-grade metal composite diaphragm being placed in between two outer layers of PET.
Another award-winning headphone, the Spearhead VR BT, features a 35-foot connectivity range with low latency for real-time sound reproduction. It comes with 10 minute fast charging, dual-dynamic driver technology with graphene and titanium diaphragms, and customizable LED lighting.