Combine these factors with the gold plated 3. When it matters: If you don't want to be limited by the length of an audio cable. The multi-colored cable is tangle-resistant. Mid - High isolation would be preferred, and I listen to mainly orchestral and vocal stuff. But for the most part, I enjoy the top end a lot and have very little negative statements to make.
They are similar because they both lack depth, although the 1More Quad has some sense of depth particularly in the high frequencies. Using 1 dynamic driver on the lows and mids and 3 balanced armatures for everything else seems to be a good combination. Anything regarded with piercing treble is probably not suitable here. There's no shortage of air if you ask me. Low-effort posts will also be removed at the discretion of the moderators.
The Quad Driver are as stable as most in-ears that do not have any stability tips. The aluminum housing is as durable as it is stylish and the Kevlar cable feels tough and ready to last. They have more of an industrial design when compared the somewhat more minimal looking Triple-Drivers, but I like it. The Nighthawk is very liquid sounding and has very good macrodynamics I'd say, while the Quad is pretty dry and has very good microdynamics. A negative score means the crosstalk is out of phase with the original signal, resulting in a slightly wider stereo image at the expense of creating a 'hole' at the center of the stereo field.
He moved to China and is heavily involved with the design of 1More headphones. The detail retrieval and microdynamics are really, really good. The earphones have a shallow fit and so the piece kind of rests on your outer ear structure if that makes sense. On the other hand, the Mee Audio Pinnacle P1 has punchier low frequencies. It doesn't blend perfectly, but it's not that bad either.
Finally, both earphones represent height well, but in opposing ways. I would like a bit more snap, better tactility. The 1More Quad Driver have a good build quality that feels durable. The In-Ear are better headphones than the 1More Quad Driver In-Ear. High-bass is over our neutral target by more than 5dB, making the bass of these headphones noticeably boomy and muddy. Therefore, it is easily replaced and ends up saving the user money in the case that the cable gets damaged. As we mentioned earlier, the Quad-Drivers divide up the frequencies with four individual drivers.
Before posting, please consider using the search function. The earbuds have a metallic finish to them that protects the four drivers inside. The 1More Quad scoops out a lot of low-mids, greatly accentuating the fast reacting high-mids. The Pinnacle P1 has more accurate left-to-right imaging than the 1More Quad. Comfort-wise, it almost disappears over my ears when I put it on, and it is solidly built. Moderators may remove posts at their discretion. The one more quad is a joke product full of marketing.
The bass end is a bit too light, at least in my opinion and it could have been tuned for more with the idea that the treble end was as abundant as it is. Overall, the treble is a little excited and can sometimes sound a little tactile and clicky. Some of the more advanced users, are able to read and evaluate headphone frequency response in its raw form and without compensation. The Quad Driver is well-balanced, with a warm sonic signature, and slightly rolled off top end delivering outstanding musical reproduction in a portable in-ear-monitor. As noted, 1More offers more inear models, plus a full-size Bluetooth headphone, and they have more cool stuff in the pipeline. Vocal, hi-hats, snares, all that good mid-range stuff… all present and clear.
On the other hand, the Pinnacle P1 has a boost around 16kHz. It is stiffer than most audiophile headphone cables and the rubberized outer casing has a wax-like texture. It has a boost around 12kHz, contributing to its modern and bright sound. The 1More Quad Driver is an average-sounding pair of closed-back in-ears. What it is: How loud the headphones are, and how much they excite their environment acoustically. What I enjoy about it is that I find it to be very musical and a good middle ground, which is sorely needed in Hifi right now.
Guitar and bass lines were decidedly warm, full bodied, and controlled. A description of the headphones must be included, including thoughts on sound, build, and fit. Hope this reply assists in your decision. . In the treble range, occupied by sharp S and T sounds, they reduce outside noise by more than 30dB, which is also good.