Etymotic ER4PT Review – Bring on the Clarity

If you want power and a beefy bass performance in your tracks, then the Etymotic ER4PT is not for you. It is a pair of earphones that deliver a lean, mostly uncolored sound. Each part of the audio’s frequencies sits in their own clear space. For those who want supreme quality in their favorite tracks, this is the best sound you can get from a single driver.

Etymotic ER4PT Review – Bring on the Clarity

Enjoy Uncolored Sound With the Etymotic ER4PT

The Etymotic ER4PT earphones are for audiophiles who want nothing but sound clarity. However, these earphones are in dire need of an update and somewhat fails to be deemed as an audio listening device worthy of the 21st century. The reason is that it lacks a cable that has a built-in remote and shirt clip which would otherwise be essential for people who like wired earphones but don’t want the cord swaying around all over the place, or doesn’t have to get a hold of their media device or smartphone to change volumes, tracks, or handle calls.

In terms of design, the ER4PT earphones have largely ignored the use of any type of glossy materials even though it is a high-end listening device. It has a light, plastic housing, rather than having a metallic one to give it a more premium feel.

However, the plastic material is not of the cheap-feeling type. Once you do get a feel for it, you will have no more complaints with its lack of shininess. However, there are other parts which might put you off. For instance, the earpieces do stick out of your ears by quite the margin but they are secure enough that would require a bit more tug to pull them out.

As for its sound performance, it uses single, balanced armature drivers in both earpieces. The company claims that these are the “most accurate” sounding earphones that are available in today’s market. However, that claim does deliver as audio is brought with emphasis on detail, clarity, and the obvious separation of instruments.

Audio is slightly bright-sounding. There is no extra bass to provide a cushion to balance out the harshness found in mids or treble. But there is much detail and texture found in the mid-range. Vocals are full and lifelike.

While the Etymotic ER4PT is not a pair of high-tech earphones, it has its own take on audio engineering to provide clarity, detail, and texture to sound profiles. Ultimately, it targets those who want to get elegant-sound while not minding trading power for more precision.

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