Ah, Sony. Among the popular audio brand in the enthusiast scene I have heard nowadays they are if anything, one of the most bizarre companies behind the scene. But undeniably, Sony has proofed that their work with Audio isn't just for flaunt, especially their IEM. The MDR-EX1000? The IER-M7/M9? or even, Sony pinnacle of their audio engineering: The IER-Z1R. All are some notable products that keep the company relevant in the community to this day.
Of course, I am not outside of this chamber alone, as the IER-Z1R has been one of the IEM that I have been wanting to own since last year and managed to achieve this goal upon my move to Japan. But I digress.
In these recent years, Sony has been applying its Audio resources to the True Wireless department and it does show. Specifically, the WH-1000XM3/XM4 (for headphones) and WF-1000XM3 (for IEMs) are still on the consideration list of a lot of users when they are planning to buy a TWS audio product. And now, as the WH-1000XM4 being released, it comes as no surprise that the IEM portion would receive the same treatment with the WF-1000XM4.
After several days of visiting E-Earphone to try out this product. It's time to bring to light the question that a lot of people in this Audio hobby would ask: How does it sound?