The Westone CR10 is the perfect earphone for audiophiles on the go. These earphones feature balanced armature single drivers in each earpiece, for robust and faithful sound. Unlike most other Westone Custom Series earphones and in-ear monitors (IEM's) which are generally made of acrylic, the CR10 is available only in a durable vinyl material, which is molded to your unique ears for a practically perfect fit. The CR10 represents Westone's entry-level tier of professional custom molded musician's earphones, and Westone recommends this model specifically for anyone looking to upgrade from stock stereo earbuds.
The CR10 is ready for action. The earpieces are full-shell molds for a comfortable and ergonomic fit that won't fall out. The 50-inch black EPIC cable (attached) is supple, tangle-resistant, and stays put while you work out, navigate the subway, ride your motorcycle, or make the flight from point A to point B.
Comes with a 3.5mm stereo plug, which is compatible with all common modern audio sources including smart phones, MP3 players, tablets, laptops, handheld game systems, and even that CD player you bought back in 1997. The 3.5mm stereo plug is standard.
Westone Custom Series CR10 Recreational Earphone Technical Specifications: Sensitivity: 114dB @ 1mW Frequency response: 40 Hz - 16 kHz Impedance: 25 ohms @ 1kHz Driver: Balanced armature, full range Cable: EPIC CableSee Also:
Product Reviews for Westone Custom Series CR10 Recreational Earphones
Westone Custom Series CR10 Recreational Earphones4Ryan WalshMay 7, 2015I've been using the Challenger custom molded earphones for about 8 years now and after a few wire harness failures, I decided to make an upgrade to CR10's. The CR10's sound significantly better - the frequency response especially on the low end is far superior to the Challengers. Both have similar noise reduction qualities but if you are a music enthusiast you will certainly appreciate the CR10. Plus you get a very nice watertight case with the CR10's. Note that the CR10 material is much stiffer (less flexible) that than Challenger so the CR10 may not be as comfortable to some users but doesn't seem to be an issue to me. Side note: I use these when motorcycle riding, airline travel, and in auto racing.
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