1MORE E1001BT Bluetooth Neckband In-Ear with LDAC & AAC for $87.80

Hey, guys! Just a heads up: The linked offer is already a bit older and the price of the gadget might have changed or it might not be available anymore.

If you are looking for headphones, you are faced with a huge amount of choices. The manufacturer 1MORE, who also likes to work with Xiaomi in the headphone sector, has at least often convinced in the past!

1MORE in-ear headphones

Technical data

Frequency range20-20.000 Hz
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.2
Battery life1 h charging, 7 h use
Impedance32 Ohm
Weight42,5 g

Scope of delivery

There is nothing in the package of the 1MORE E1001BT that should surprise you. In addition to the in-ear headphones themselves, depending on the shop site, you will receive 4-8 pairs of earplugs, a carrying case, a matching Type-C charging cable and an English user manual.

Interesting design

With the bendable neckband, I think this pair of in-ears is an eye-catcher that reminds me of the Mi Hybrid ANC! Furthermore the risk of losing it is much lower than with wireless in-ears. In terms of color you are limited to the black/silver version, which looks very stylish due to the matt aluminum. With 42.5 g, they are relatively heavy compared to the Tao-Tronics TT-BH042, for example.

Data that arouses interest

Inside the handset of the 1MORE E1001BT there are three drivers installed. These are a dynamic driver, which is responsible for the low frequencies, and two BA drivers. These probably share the mid and high frequency range. Compared to other hybrid in-ears, which are usually equipped with only two speakers, the sonic differentiation of the 1MORE E1001BT is probably even more subtle.

I’m especially confident that the support of Sony’s audio codec “LDAC”, with which data transfer rates of up to 990 kbps are possible, will make this possible. In addition, the 1MORE Neckband In-Ear has a Hi-Res certification, which I think makes it especially interesting for fans and owners of high-resolution music.

Besides the LDAC codec, Apple’s AAC codec is also included, which allows transfer rates of up to 250 kbps and is supported by Apple’s iPhone, for example. The aptX codec, which is important for Android smartphones, is unfortunately not on board.

Although there are no exact details about the battery capacity, a runtime of 3 hours of use should be possible with just 10 minutes charging time per Fast Charge via the Type-C port. The maximum battery life of 7 hours after one hour of charging is also impressive.


If you were to go purely by the looks, I think the headphones would definitely be worth a look. But as we also evaluate technical data, I personally think that the price is a bit too high.

For example, the Xiaomi Half In-Ear with neckband is available for much less money. However, whether we are right with this assessment can only be determined by a more precise test. If you’re interested, please let us know!

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