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Updated January 10, 2024·

The 1More Triple Driver earbuds offer a wired connection which can be preferable for pure audio quality and no latency issues, making them suitable for audiophiles and those who watch a lot of videos or play games. However, if you prefer the convenience of wireless technology, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless are Bluetooth earbuds, which provide the freedom of movement but have a higher risk of audio latency, not ideal for video or gaming. Additionally, the Razer has a gaming mode to reduce latency, but it still might not match the immediacy of wired connections. The Hammerheads also have a water resistance feature, which makes them a bit more durable particularly for exercising. Finally, if cost is a crucial factor, the 1More earbuds are often less expensive, but you would be sacrificing the wireless functionality and potentially some durability compared to the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless. Give Feedback

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Advantages of the 1More Triple Driver
  • Good for music
Advantages of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless
  • Good for exercise
  • Very good for air travel

Key differences

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Music

7.9
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
6.6
The 1More Triple Driver is good for music, while the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless is only fair.

Podcasts and Audiobooks

5.0
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
5.6
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless and 1More Triple Driver are both poor for podcasts and audiobooks, though the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless is somewhat better.

Noise Reduction

6.0
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
8.1
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless is very good for noise reduction, while the 1More Triple Driver is only fair.

Battery

N/A
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
5.0 Hours
The 1More Triple Driver does not have a battery. The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless has 5 hours of battery life.

Cost

$55
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
$90
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The 1More Triple Driver has a price of $55 and the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless costs $90.
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Key similarities

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Gaming

8.5
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
8.6
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless and 1More Triple Driver are both very good for gaming.

Phone Calls

5.0
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
5.4
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless and 1More Triple Driver are both poor for phone calls.

TV and Video

7.8
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
7.9
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless and 1More Triple Driver are both good for TV and video.

Build Quality

8.3
Triple Driver
Hammerhead True Wireless
8.7
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless and 1More Triple Driver both have very good build quality.

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How the 1More Triple Driver and the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless compare to other earbuds and headphones

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Spec Comparison

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1More Triple DriverRazer Hammerhead True Wireless
1More Triple DriverRazer Hammerhead True Wireless

GENERAL

Price
$55
$90
Brand
1MoreRazer
Release Date
August 1, 2016August 1, 2021
Form Factor
EarbudsEarbuds
Connectivity
WiredWireless

SOUND

Music Score
7.9/106.6/10
Phone Calls Score
5.1/105.5/10
Gaming Score
8.6/108.7/10
TV and Video Score
7.8/107.9/10
Exercise Score
4.3/107.3/10

PERFORMANCE

Battery life
N/A5 Hours
Wireless charging
N/ANo
Charging time
N/A1 Hours
Bluetooth version
N/A5.2
Case Battery Life
N/A36

FEATURES

Active Noise Cancelling
NoYes
Noise Reduction Score
6/108.2/10
Virtual Surround
N/ANo
Android App
N/AYes
iOS App
N/AYes
Mic Quality
7/108.5/10

BUILD AND DESIGN

Build Quality
8.3/108.7/10
Comfort score
10/108.2/10
Size
SmallSmall
Weight (headset or single earbud)
9 Grams5 Grams
Microphone style
IntegratedIntegrated

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Sound Guys

Adam Molina | April 2022
"For under $99 USD this has a good sound that, when paired with the build quality and design, makes for a solid pair of everyday buds. Should you get them? If you’re tired of buying cheap earbuds and want to treat yourself to something a little nicer, I say go for it."

Razer Hammerhead True Wireless

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The Verge

Chris Welch | August 2019
"This latest set is more “Pro” than not in both looks and features: they offer active noise cancellation, a low-latency gaming mode, and have switched to a in-ear design with silicone tips. Just like many of the company’s laptops and gaming accessories, the 2021 Hammerhead True Wireless include Razer’s full Chroma RGB system. It makes for what Razer calls “the ultimate wireless earbud flex.”"

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About 1More

Music lovers, young or old, frugal or affluent, deserve to hear music as it was meant to be heard, as the artist intended it to be heard. Everyone deserves to hear more. That’s how 1More, a China based company, describes their mission. Their products are all tuned by Luca Bignardi, a sound engineer who’s worked side by side with artists such as Eros Ramazzotti, Laura Pausini and Andrea Bocelli, in an effort to offer premium quality audio devices at midrange prices.

About Razer

Razer is an American-Singaporean hardware manufacturer aimed specifically toward the gaming market. They manufacture a very wide array of gaming laptops, tablets, phones, peripherals and, of course, headphones and earbuds both wired and wireless. Since 2016, Razer has owned the THX suite, aimed at quality assurance of audiovisual systems such as speaker sets, video game consoles and even movie theaters.

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