The pinnacle of the Westone Series, the quad-driver Westone 4 earphone will take your listening...

Westone 4 True-Fit Earphones

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  • The pinnacle of the Westone Series, the quad-driver
    Westone 4 earphone will take your listening experience
    to an entirely different level. Four balanced armature
    drivers and a three-way crossover network deliver
    breathtaking clarity and realism. Westone’s True-Fit
    technology provides superior ergonomics and comfort.

Recent User Reviews

  1. soundstige
    "Yesteryear's champion can still kick some butt"
    Pros - Incredibly 'organic' SQ especially mids; comfortable fit (small for a quad); punchy; very roomy soundstage; fat bass; easy to drive
    Cons - Treble extends fine but lacks pizzazz and authority, sounds slightly muffled; paying retail MSRP today would be unconscionable
    Love 'em! Great if you can get them for a more reasonable price (sub-$300). The perfect definition of "upper middle class" sound, with a special punch in how natural the bass and mids sound.
  2. JoeDoe
    "What Makes Them So Good? They Don't Do Anything Wrong"
    Pros - SQ, Accessories, Fit, Cable, Isolation
    Cons - Price
    Just like the title says: What Makes Them So Good? They Don't Do Anything Wrong
    The W4s aren't going to blow you away with their treble shimmer or uber-deep bass nor their silky smooth mids. Their just-warm-of-neutral signature isn't going to make you break into song and dance at every available opportunity. 
    What they will do, however, is everything, pretty dang well. It's like shotgunshane says "The W4’s are supremely balanced and natural.  No one frequency intrudes on another.  Detail retrieval is unparalleled.  They are very smooth and coherent.  The funny thing is you may not like them when you first put them in because there is no WOW factor.  Once you get over that initial disappointment, they seemingly get better and better. The best compliment is to say they do nothing wrong."
    The clarity and balance is the best I've heard (granted I've never dropped over $300 for IEMs). They are equally adept at handling the glockenspiel and flute in Holst as they are at navigating the iconic sub-bass from James Blake.
    The accessories are satisfying and the case works very well. It bears mentioning that the cables are the best stock cables I've seen. The braid is great and their strain reliefs don't make me scared to run with them.
    If you're looking for multi-armature IEMs that hit the middle ground between super-neutral and ultra-fun, I can't recommend the W4s enough. 
    RapidPulse and faithguy19 like this.
  3. Krisman
    "Closest in ear experience to full sized headphones"
    I cannot express how happy I am with my Westone 4 earphones. No need for a long review but I will just say I have tried many IEMs in the over $200 bracket and this knocks nearly all of them out of the park. Completely neutral, open sounding earphones that have one of the flattest response characteristics I have ever come across. Very comfortable and give excellent isolation to boot. I think these are a keeper! :)
    stalepie likes this.

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