Test 1More Stylish True Wireless E1026BT: our opinion


We can not say how much the 1More True Wireless Stylish has
    really a style, but one thing is certain, their audio quality is
    really very satisfactory for 100% wireless headphones at 99 euros. he
    are even and sometimes even better than other more expensive models.

1More has made a name for itself with its wired headphones, the Triple Drivers,
    They sound great and offer great value. We
    find this same clear and balanced sound in the first real headphones
    1More wireless. Although they are not quite at the level of
    Triple Drivers, they still sound great for headphones
    totally wireless.

They have a more audiophile sound profile, with a more "accurate" sound, so
    bass lovers might be a little disappointed. But we liked
    this rendered with brilliant highs, deep enough bass and
    well defined, natural mediums with just the right amount of presence.

Of course, having a tight fit helped a lot
    this result. Headphones are comfortable to wear and relatively
    light. They sound a little better than the

Soundcore Liberty Air

from Anker, but these are even more comfortable. This point is
    obviously subjective and experience in this area is likely to
    vary.

The autonomy is given for 6.5 hours (table rather on 5 hours if you
    listen to your music at a higher volume), with about 17 hours
    provided by the charger case. It's a little better than the
    majority of 100% wireless competitors, including

AirPods
which reach 5 hours.

The audio quality of Stylish True Wireless is also higher than that of
    AirPods that do not emit as much bass or a sound as rich, in
    partly because of their lack of waterproofness. The

PowerBeats Pro
, which have an in-ear design that isolates external noise, have a
    its more powerful with more bass, but they are significantly more expensive.
    Other high-end models, such as

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless
may seem a little better, but they are also much more
    expensive.

Where the True Wireless Stylish fish is at the performance level
    for hands-free calling that is not up to the competition
    cited as well as

Elite Active 65t
from Jabra. Although 1More boasts the presence of a reduction technology
    noise, and that the headphones worked well to make calls,
    some interlocutors told us that our voice was sometimes a little
    choked and asked us to repeat.

In terms of ergonomics, each earphone has a button that allows
    Skip tracks forward and backward and interrupt / resume
    reading and answering / ending calls. When the music is on
    pause, two quick clicks to activate your voice assistant.

There is no companion app to adjust the sound or functions
    additional, which suits us well. We could do a jog
    no problem with these headphones that are resistant to perspiration.

Conclusion

In the end, the somewhat generic design of Stylish True Wireless and their
    insulation fit will not necessarily please everyone. If you
    do not like ear-tips, go your way. But
    in terms of audio quality and autonomy, they give you
    for your money.

Test of Cnet.com adapted by the drafting of CNET France