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Earphone Solutions How a 3 Way Crossover Work on the Westone 3 In-Ear Earphones

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Uploaded on Nov 12, 2009

Earphone Solutions in this video, has Karl Cartwright explain how a True 3-Way crossover works on the Westone 3 which has 3 distinct drivers. A built-in passive 3 way crossover manages the frequency range in 3 parts sending highs to the "tweeter" driver, the mids to the mid-range driver and the lows to the "woofer". These are no ordinary earbuds. The sound separation on the Westone 3 is unbeatable due to this unique design. Other triple driver earphones in the market work with a 2 way crossover and 2 identical drivers plus 1 "tweeter". These in-ear headphones offer extreme comfort and sound experience that surpasses everything in the market so far. At Earphone Solutions we love the product because it's the only earphones with a 3-way crossover with universal fit design and they only cost $399. Anything else will cost more and will require a visit to an audiologist for a custom built earphones.

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