Originally, I planed to do this as a video review, but I thought that you guys would gain more out of a normal review. So today I am going to review the WestOne W10 earbuds. These sound flipping amazing and I used them on my flight to Las Vegas sitting right next to the engine. Yep, absolutely fantastic!
I really like these cause they are comfortable and sound fantastic! They have an excellent balance of lows, mids and highs. You also get an inline remote control with the amount of accessories that come with it along with two detachable cables and multiple eartips. Like many other earphones, it does distort a bit at higher volumes. If you’re looking for a thumping bass, this model isn’t for you.
The WestOne W10’s retail at $199.95 and they are considered the entry level in the “W” line. Like I mentioned, this isn’t for deep bass and you will experience a bit of distortion at maximum volume. However, when you return to normal listening levels, the distortion disappears.
Those that have seen my other headphone and cables reviews know that design is huge for me, especially when it comes to the connectors. I found that with the W10’s that it’s pretty rugged and braided.
I tested the W10’s with multiple tracks from Megan and Liz and Cimorelli and found that if you don’t turn it up all the way, it sounds really good!
For those that listen to house and dance at full volume, try a different model from WestOne.
Overall, I do suggest the W10’s from WestOne. Pick yours up today here!
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