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1more Triple Driver Over-Ear Headphones - Titanium $179.99

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Been staring at this at $250.00 and $200.00 when it was available at MassDrop. Then 1more sent a newsletter that these are 179.99 on their main mfr site from June 4-11.

Now Amazon has it too for the time-being, ended up pulling the trigger dammit.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1


Amazon deal is over now. 1more USA still has it going.

1more USA site June 4-11:
https://usa.1more.com/collections...pleoverear
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Last Edited by textilestandard June 7, 2018 at 06:30 PM
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Titanium is slightly more expensive than the Gold variant because it's been discussed that the Titanium (US version) is tweaked sound-wise compared to the Gold variant, which was released prior to the Titanium in the overseas market with lukewarm reception. Last CCC prior to this was $220, with $200 being the lowest a la Massdrop.

Arguably tacky design is from a deal with Maserati.

Design is actually dual-driver with the tweeter being called the third driver for marketing purposes.
The tweeter is the second driver and the passive radiator on the back of the main driver is the so called "fake" third driver..

Pads are glued on, which can be a dealbreaker to some enthusiasts.

From reviews, the pads fitting is more on-ear than over-ear.

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OP Notes:

Titanium is slightly more expensive than the Gold variant because it's been discussed that the Titanium (US version) is tweaked sound-wise compared to the Gold variant, which was released prior to the Titanium in the overseas market with lukewarm reception. Last CCC prior to this was $220, with $200 being the lowest a la Massdrop.

Arguably tacky design is from a deal with Maserati.

Design is actually dual-driver with the tweeter being called the third driver for marketing purposes.

Pads are glued on, which can be a dealbreaker to some enthusiasts.

From reviews, the pads fitting is more on-ear than over-ear.
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OP Notes:

Titanium is slightly more expensive than the Gold variant because it's been discussed that the Titanium (US version) is tweaked sound-wise compared to the Gold variant, which was released prior to the Titanium in the overseas market with lukewarm reception. Last CCC prior to this was $220, with $200 being the lowest a la Massdrop.

Arguably tacky design is from a deal with Maserati.

Design is actually dual-driver with the tweeter being called the third driver for marketing purposes.

Pads are glued on, which can be a dealbreaker to some enthusiasts.

From reviews, the pads fitting is more on-ear than over-ear.
The tweeter is the second driver and the passive radiator on the back of the main driver is the so called "fake" third driver..
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this doesnt suprise me at all
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