So, we reviewed some 1More products before, and we even reviewed the Comfortbuds 2 with the Colorbuds 2 with a month of each other. Don’t believe me, click the links I just put in there. Anyway, I’m going to be reviewing more than just one more of 1More products, starting with some over-the-ear Bluetooth with the SonoFlow Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones.
So, I had a chance to try it out, and I loved blasting the sound in my ears while I listened to the rockin’ numbers from the movie RRR. As a side note, you should see RRR if you haven’t already, and it is on Netflix. Anyway, with a 40 mm driver with a DLC (diamond-like-carbon) composite diaphragm and soft PET film, which accounts for some very cool noise.
I am told that there is a transfer rate of 990kbps, bringing “every subtle detail will come to life”. I could tell the difference listening to sound from my phone on the aforementioned coolest movie of 2022 on Netflix right now.
I’ve heard that a 4-time GRAMMY Award recipient Luca Bignardi expertly tuned the frequencies to get sound for musicians. I’ve also heard that SonoFlow uses QuietMax noise cancellation technology. I am assuming it is this one button which creates a strange tone, and the sound was a little bit different. However, I can’t really verify that, honestly.
Okay, this would be a good time to talk about the battery life. We’re talking 70 hours of battery life, and if you charge it for 5 minutes, then you get 5 hours of battery life. If you want to get it, then get to the 1More site and lay down $99.99.