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Westone 1 True-Fit In-Ear Earphones

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ModeloWestone 1
Peso del producto68 g
Dimensiones del producto12,7 x 3,8 x 12,7 cm
Número de modelo del productoWestone 1
Número de productoWestone 1
Dimensión de la pantalla1 pulgadas
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
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Producto en Amazon.es desde2 de agosto de 2013
  
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This buds for you 8 de agosto de 2013
Por G. L. Stone - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've done live sound mixing and professional audio for over 20 years so I have had the chance to try, and of course own, dozens of headphones and ear buds. I've previously owned a $150 pair of Shure in ear buds and $90 pair of Etymotic Research in ear buds. The sure's were tinny and uncomfortable and the Ety's were quite good and I loved them but I lost them.

So why didn't I buy the Ety's again? Well, now I ride a motorcycle and wanted to be able to have as much noise isolation as possible from the engine of my bike. My regular ear buds and the stock earPods make listening to music on my motorcycle miserable and spoken word like news or podcasts impossible.

In the Box: A nice semi-hard zippered case with a mesh pocket in the lid. 5 pairs in 5 different sizes of rubber rounded tips, 4 pairs in 4 different sizes, and on pair of the rubber tapered tip. It also comes with a an earwax reamer for the tips (not your ear :-) and of course the earphones.

Construction: Top grade manufacturing. Though they are obviously plastic and rubber, everything form the case to the design of the anti-tangle wires is high quality. The angled jack is also a great design choice because it means longer life on the chord and less chance of loose connections from bending. I just rotate it under my iPhone and it doesn't stick out and cause stress on the wire or the phone jack.

Comfort: No skimping here. It comes with 10 different tips to use in your ears. I chose the foam ones and even those had different sizes. You should have no issue finding a perfect fit and comfort between the 3 styles and multiple sizes. If you can't find a fit you are probably Dumbo or Obama, uh, but I repeat myself. The foam tips are not washable so I just bought a couple replacements to have on hand. Because of the way you need to insert them to get the proper sound (see below) you can pretty much guarantee they won't fall out. So jog, sprint, use a jack hammer, or any kind of

Volume: When properly inserted the drivers in these things are unreal. I almost blow my eardrums when I forget to turn down the volume on my phone from the stock Apple EarPods. The volume levels can be at least 30% less with these.

Noise Isolation: I bought them primarily for this feature and I was not disappointed. On my motorcycle I can even listen to classical or podcasts and barely hear the whine of my motor and the noise of the road. Unbelievable. The experience on a bicycle or motorcycle is almost surreal. Throw on some Rush or Coltrane or ___________ and hit the open road with these babies and get ready for amazing. I also find them useful for working in a cafe as they completely knock out the external noise.

Sound: Always very subjective and it depends on what kind of music you listen to because matching the music to the earphones is not a bad idea. To me the goal of an engineer/design of earphones should be to make them as transparent as possible and to not color the music one way or the other. That is why I can't stand Dr. Dre cans and some other bass heavy products. The Westones won't do that. They are amazingly transparent and clean in the sound. The mid-range is incredibly crisp and so music or spoken word never sounds muddled. The bass response is excellent but not superior. And the highs are perfect. These are honestly the best set of earphones I have every heard. The sound is incredible.

WARNING: Many reviews dis these earphones for not having a good bass. The issue is not the earphones but how you are inserting them. I can easily be lazy and just push them into my ears with no technique and get a really crappy sound with anemic bass and no highs. It will sound like a phone call. This is what happened to me when I first bought them and I was ready to send them back. Then I read the effing manual. Turns out you must properly compress the foam tips (if using them) by rolling them in your fingers, position the buds in a special way with the wire facing away from you, and literally rotate them into you ear canal while pulling on your ear lobe (top or bottom). This ensures you seat the earphones properly. For extra measure I hold it for a few seconds while the foam expands. Once I did this I was blown away.
Now the caveat of course is that you might not want to wear these at work or where people are always interrupting you because it is a big deal to take them in and out. They literally create almost a suction in your ear canal and so do you have to remove them slowly. This is the only drawback I can say about these earphones, but the quality more than makes up for it to me.

Hope this helps and looking at the price now I see they are less than the $122 I paid for them in 2012. At that price they were totally worth it so at the current $95 I highly recommend them.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Westone 4R copmpared to the Sennheiser IE80 4 de diciembre de 2014
Por Eric L. - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Holy moly. These things sound beautiful. I bought them because I own a pair of Sennheiser IE80s (another expensive pair of IEMs) which I love, but I miss a little sparkle in my music. The IE80s are fun and boomy, but not especially sparkly. These Westones are better. There is still plenty of fun in them, but they have that sparkle I wanted.

The trick with treble is to have enough of it without having to endure ear-stabbing sibilance. These W4r's get you there. I can tell they are just on the edge of being sibilant on some tracks, but they never go all the way. Instead they are bright, happy and balanced, with enough ear-comfort to let you listen all day. Nothing in them is so bright it hurts, but they still sparkle. And the bass is there too.. tight and quick and precise, never muddy, and never too much.

The IE80s are great, bassy monitors, with a lot of detail and a slightly diffuse, afterthought of a high end that makes them feel relaxed and loungy, like old bourbon and a fine cigar. These W4r's, on the other hand, do everything well, have even more resolution than the IE80's, and a bright, alive sound that makes listening an activity rather than passive stuff. You'll want to listen to what these things have to say with your music.

I'll keep and use them both, but if I were asked to part with one pair, I'd be left with the W4rs.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Westone 4r - Great pair of IEM's 26 de febrero de 2014
Por Keith - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I'll start by saying that these are the best IEM's I've ever owned. I've gone through my fair share of budget IEM's and a couple higher end ones. My first pair of quality buds were UE Super.fi.5's, which were great and lasted me for 7 years or so. I loved their isolation, but I just didn't get the extension and detail I could get from a much less expensive pair of over ear headphones. I ended up getting a pair of Shure SE425's about a year ago, and while they are a definite upgrade over the UE's, I was not as happy as I had hoped. While they definitely provide more detail, I still felt like the extension was missing. I felt like there was just that little bit of higher end treble missing that fills out music. The vocals were also very upfront, which is a Shure signature. Overall a very good pair of balanced IEM's, but I found myself always going to my inexpensive Sennheiser HD485's for extended listening.

After a lot of research I ended up trying out the 4r's. My main motivation for getting these are the numerous reviews that describe them as open feeling with great detail. The soundstage that these produce is much better than both the Super.fi.5's and the SE425's. After listening to these for some time I must say I'm not a huge fan of the Shure sound signature that is present in the SE425. The rolloff on the treble made the vocals too prominent for my taste. I constantly felt like I needed to boost the treble a smudge to retrieve missing detail. The 4r opens everything up and produces much better detail with better balance.

The 4r also performs very well with the low end as well. The extension is great, and has more than enough volume for me. While I wouldn't classify myself as a bass-head, I definitely enjoy a nice filled out sound. I used to slightly adjust my amp eq to boost the bass on my SE425's, but with the 4r I've never felt the urge to adjust anything. The 4r provides tight and defined bass that never tires out my ears like a more inexpensive pair of bass centric earphones.

The comfort of these can be a mixed bag. They are a little bigger than my SE425's, which makes sense given they house twice as many drivers. When I first started breaking them in I was very disappointed with both the fit and the comfort. I started with the Star tips as I've never been a fan of foam comply type tips. Westone provides a great selection of tips in varying sizes and lengths, but none fit my ear properly. I have a fairly wide and short ear canal, and the star tips have a narrow and longer profile than most other eartips I've used. I ended up using the silicone flex tips shipped with my SE425's and the fit was perfect. With a proper seal and comfortable fit I can listen to these for hours without any pain. They fit flush enough in my ears to also listen to them on my side in bed without any issues.

These have been replaced by the W40, but from what I understand they are essentially unchanged sonically. If you can still find these at discount I wouldn't hesitate to pick up a pair. While they are expensive, they addressed every issue I've had with all the IEM's I've tried and since gotten rid of.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The best $400 you'll ever spend! 2 de enero de 2014
Por klownkid - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Let me start by saying that this is the FIRST review that I've written for a product on Amazon in over 10 years of purchases. I purchased these (Westone 4Rs) in an attempt to replace my UE triple fi 10's, which are awesome but so uncomfortable. Having owned several "high-end" earphones and monitors in my time, I thought I knew what quality sounded like. After my initial use of the Westone 4R turned into a 3 hour workout, I have found myself listening to my Ipod in places where I haven't before. These monitors offer a superior and crisp sound unlike anything that I have heard before. Compared to my UE triple fis, I found the highs to be cleaner and more clear. These are a must try, especially if you've considered buying "Beats" or any other overprice headphones.

It was a plus to see that Westone offers a 2 year warranty on their products as well. Having had issues with monitors failing before, this is something that companies rarely offer. I simply melt now when I hear music that I've heard a thousand times before, and its all because of the awesomeness that Westone's 4 drivers bring to my ear hole! If you love you music and spend any measurable amount of time listening to it, consider taking the Westone's for a spin. Even with a $400 price tag I don't think that you will be disappointed.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazed 13 de agosto de 2013
Por Barbs - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Amazon credited me the difference on these for 50$ as I just bought them last week when the price dropped on me, so thanks for that one Amazon.

Headphones are great; I'm not an audiophile but I enjoy good gear and this is just that. You know the sound of these things is something special and you will judge all those fools walking around with the travesty that is the bose on-ear garbage. what a waste of money those were and I used them for only 8 months. 8, long months of background noise violating my music and leak from my music violating passer-bys.

The case is kind of too much; it will definitely keep your buds safe but it is bulky and cables or plugs tend to get caught when you try to close the box.

I like that I can change the cord further down the line as in my opinion this is where these things fail and when spending this kind of cash it is good to know the biggest point of failure that goes through the most flex can get switched out. Also, you can jump on ebay and spend between 50$-250$ on upgraded cables with silver/gold/teflon but I'm not quite there yet :)

Had these shipped abroad via Amazon Exports because in the UK prices are at 600$+ USD (no joke) so it was cheaper to just get these shipped and pay 80$ on top of it VAT for import and save 200$ USD. Ended up paying about 283£ vs 390£ retail in the UK

Sound is fantastic. I listen to a wide range of music and detail is captured that I didn't know existed. The sound quality is great and you will hear poor quality soundtracks. I'm not going to pretend I can comment in detail like some other audiophiles will here, but my view is the sound F*in rocks.

This might be helpful also, others tell me they can't hear ANYTHING when these are maxed out even while sitting next to me in a quiet office. Additionally when I'm on the tube or walking around I can't hear a thing including shrieks when I step on people's feet in the carriage or knock into someone while rushing by.

The plastic bit moulds and stays how you bent it over your ear, acting as a hook giving you extra support and making these very comfortable. A plus over the 4s.

Four stars because they don't look the part for what they cost, design could be a bit sharper looking. Also the case could be more compact and practical when closing. That's where the star went. Functionally they're fantastic and they are comfortable.


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