Westone 4 – four driver earphones

If you’re from those audiophiles who live for music, you probably choose only top-notch headphones models. So here is another option from Westone Laboratories, which they claim is the world’s first four driver balanced, armature universal fit earphone, designed specifically for the serious audiophile and music enthusiast.

The Westone 4 earphones boast four balanced armature drivers with a passive three-way crossover for “breathtaking clarity and realism.” They offer 118 dB SPL/mW sensitivity, frequency response of  10 Hz -18 kHz and impedance of 31 ohms. The Earphones also features Westone’s True-Fit technology to provides superior ergonomics and comfort, and durable EPIC Cable (Earphone Precision Interconnect Cable) which guards against microphonics.

Westone 4 True Fit Earphone

Westone Laboratories will release these quad-driver earphones in the first quarter of 2011 for $449.

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