So if you’re interested definitely subscribe and ring that bell, so you won’t miss any great releases that i cover with. That said, let’s get started with the first and most important aspect, as always: the sound quality i’m going to start with walk by yoshikai and compare it to the feel t1 pro. This is a pretty crowded song with plenty of bass progressions as well as guitar melodies, compared to the clean and punchy sound you get with the feel i would describe the one more as flatter more neutral sounding, so the upper mids or vocals are not as pushed Forwards, trebles are kept from sounding piercing and the bass reaches deep, but it’s not overly punchy and dominant. Surprisingly, this gives off a slightly wider soundstage impression compared to the feel this might not blow you away at first. Listen, it definitely didn’t for me because i generally prefer more treble, but over time, you’ll start to appreciate the balanced nature of the sound, especially how the vocals shine without being pushed too forward. It takes a while to get used to the sound, but it is really a charmer now it’s a different story with enter sandman by metallica, because one more balance tuning makes me instantly prefer it over the field t1 pro here with less sibilant treble, i could pump The volume higher and enjoy the super catchy riff without being fatigued too quickly by the piercing, snare hits and symbol crashes, also not to forget.
The sound stage feels wider on one more two, so it’s an obvious win here on digital love by daft punk. The comfortbots pro doesn’t try to give you a sub in your head feeling and it loses to the feel t1 pro when put on bass eq, but that doesn’t mean it’s bad because it actually sounds cleaner, while still retaining that relatively neutral, terrible and wider sound stage. You know, i could only wonder what will happen if one more gives you an equalizer in the app. This could be one heck of a base monster with that huge 13.4 millimeter driver anyway. Checking out base depth with the weekend by sca shows that, when the song demands sub bass rumble the comfort buzz pro could give you just that, but keep in mind it’s more of a clean bass response rather than rumbly sub woofer feeling even one more own. Piston butts are way better in that regard and i’m sure the tron, smarter, polar bolt will shine too if you’re looking for an anc with bassy sound, but still for a balanced tuning. This is excellent. Finally, i want to share my experience. Listening to taylor’s version of fearless, because the one more writes a very nice balance of powerful but clean bass kicks nicely separated instruments and a very natural, vocal reproduction. It made the feel t1 pro pale in comparison, sounding compressed and overly piercing, and so i find myself constantly reaching for the one more over feel in pop country.
Songs like this, especially the entire album seriously. This is one of the best natural sounding true wise earbuds. Money can get, and i totally love it anyway. Let’S talk about build quality now and a comfort bus pro impresses. Here too, there are two color options: white and black. You got a cable, ear tips and a bonus white carrying pouch, but if you go for the black color you’ll get this very nice silicone case included in the box, and i command one more for doing so. This is a first in the market now the case itself is made of matte plastic it’s, only a bit wider than the feel so it’s still very pocketable and the earbuds are turned on the moment. You open the lid and it holds itself open when tilted, so that is good. There is also a button inside that you can hold to reset the earbuds in case you bump into pairing problems, but don’t worry because during my few weeks of using the one more comfortbots pro, i have experienced no connectivity issues whatsoever moving on there’s, a color coded Battery indicator in front, so maybe the only thing lacking here is wireless charging, but as far as battery goes, it’s got a 450 milliamp hour inside. So this could last you a week. No problem also charging is easy with usbc at the back. That has a nice red accent to it and we can see that theme continue onto the earbuds as well.
But first i love how one more thought of letting you press the tip to raise the earbuds head. So you can take it out easily, and one of the highlights here is none other than comfort. This earbuds live up to that name mainly due to very high quality, oval ear tips that fits very well with minimal effort. This doesn’t show any sign of discomfort even after wearing them for hours, and it goes in the ear canal without creating too much sucked in feeling. Looking inside there’s a super nice red colored metal, mesh, three holes all around the buds one for inner anc, mic outwards. Anc mic as well as your talking mic, then there’s, your optical, wear, the section sensor and charging pins that are arranged in a very aesthetically pleasing, look also the little red accents on the mic grille, as well as the ear tips and a subtle led glowing at The tip of the earbuds is a really nice touch. It tells you that one more puts a lot of attention to detail when designing products like this, but let’s talk about where they fall short, and that is the controls it’s, not about the touch, sensitivity or area, though they thought of our tendency to touch the head. Part when adjusting the earbuds, so they only put the sensor along the stem here and it responds quickly. The wear detection sensor is also the helpful type, not the annoying type, but you can only have three things tap and hold for changing anc, double tap, mainly for plane, pause and then a triple tap action by default.
It’S set to voice assistant. But if you want to change it, you have to change both sides to volume up and down next and previous track. You get the idea. You can’t set an action only on one side and that creates a problem. Let’S say i set it to volume controls now. If i want to skip tracks, i have to reach my phone or, if i set it to skipping tracks. If i want to change volume, i still have to reach for my phone. So, no matter what choices you have to reach for your phone and in the end i just revert it back to using voice assistant. I know i’m probably making a big deal of this, but this is a hundred dollar earbuds and there are a lot of earbuds half the price that does this control scheme better. So please one more if it’s possible, make a firmware update and let us assign controls to only one side or if you could unlock one tab. That would be awesome too, but for us consumers at least be aware of this before buying. Finally, let’s talk about the experience which includes anc transparency mode as well as app support. The app is called one more music. It lets you check battery level of both the earbuds and the case and for playing music by the way around 50 volume. I found the battery claimed to be accurate, reaching almost 6 hours of play time with anc on that’s standard battery life right there, but there is a 15 minute fast charging feature, giving you extra two hours of play time so that’s good other than customizing controls.
We just talked about you can switch between different anc modes as well as setting where the section to only pause, the music or turning it off all together, honestly it’s a pretty basic application, but at least it’s there so i’m, not complaining. So you have three different anc modes: strong mild and wind noise reduction like what we see in the halo, t16 or qcy hdl1. The wind noise reduction only blocks at most half of the model setting but it’s perfect when you’re up against strong wind, say you’re on a bike or just walking on a windy day. You won’t hear any wind noises like you would otherwise on the normal modes. The con is, you have to manually, set it in the app and just a quick note in more expensive options like the airpods pro this wind canceling algorithm is already built in the default anc, so yeah i’m just saying you’re paying more for that better experience. Next up let’s talk about the strong and mild anc setting to start both completely block low rumbly noise. So it’s just a matter if you want to cancel the mid range noises or not, the strong setting makes it when someone is talking, you feel like their base. Is filtered out, but it leaves more treble noises that you don’t hear quite as much with the mild setting it’s like because the lower frequencies are so quiet. Now you start hearing the higher noises more so in my use case, which is working in my apartment here.
As well shopping in the mall, sometimes i prefer the mild setting better, but my note is play around with the settings and pick one that’s best for your environment and then adjust the controls accordingly. On a good note, though, these different modes don’t alter sound quality nor introduce any significant hissing and, most importantly, it does not make you feel drowned underwater. So everything is just quieter and that’s it. As for the transparency mode, it uses the outer mic on the head portion here, so it lets you hear everything around you clearly and naturally, but in turn it’s quite prone to wind noise. So when you start walking just a little bit faster, you might hear a tiny amount of wind rumble leaking in, but it’s, not too bad and when you accidentally touch it. The rubbing noise doesn’t get annoyingly loud and there’s very little to no hissing to so yeah. Still not as good as the airpods pro but it’s close and it’s on the right track, making it by far the best anc and transparency mode, i’ve tested below 100 bucks. But here comes another con in the experience the earbuds always default to anc off. So you always have to touch and hold for two seconds to turn the anc on every time, or do it one more time for transparency mode and it interrupts your music for a good three seconds when switching anc modes so it’s not a seamless experience. It would be best if the earbuds remember the last used setting or defaulting to anc on would be a better compromise too.
In my opinion, but again these are small cons in an otherwise great package. With that said, let’s check out the latency test and the call test right now today, i’ve got some new stuff from you green here and then i’ve also actually uh unboxed this. But i just want to have a quick update to you guys later on, and this is the one more comfortbots pro that i’m very excited to test out thanks to one more idea for sponsoring this, i mean not sponsoring, but you know just sending me the union, All right so welcome to the call test: everyone right now: you’re listening through the one, more combo box, pro let’s, identify the mic here and what you’re hearing right now is an indoor setting with only one fan turned on so it’s a relatively quiet scenario, but let’s Turn on the crowd, noise right now and you can see uh the noise reduction kicking in if there’s any i’m playing the crowd noise at a hundred percent volume. So it is pretty loud and i think it mimics what happens in real life. So this is the performance of the one more compobots pro and let’s. Compare it a little bit to the benchmark of the test, the airpods pro alright. So now we are on the airpods pro and what do you think of the sound quality? Does the one more combo but rival or even vested the airpods pro right here? What do you think of the sound party? Let me know down in the comments below and let’s get back to the video.
So despite having limited controls, is my biggest complaint. I’M, going to recommend the one more comfortbots pro if you’re, looking for an anc, true wise earbuds under a hundred bucks, why it sounds amazing, it looks incredible and for the features that count like anc, transparency call quality. These are practically one of the best performers out there that’s pretty much it for the video. Let me know if you have any further questions down below hit the thumbs up. If this video helped and use the affiliate links in description to help me support the channel.