ø8mm + ø6mm Dynamic Drivers


WRZ don't have a lot of models, yet, but their relatively new X7 demonstrated that WRZ are more than ready to compete with the top budget-class brands! These earphones may not be as neutral and delicate as the VJJB N1, but for those who like more hyperactive sound, these earphones would be perfect! Extended bass response, controlled mid-bass, vivid vocals and crisp highs. What more do you need?


  • Some of the most fun-sounding earphones on the market right now.
  • Very loud out of the box - amplification is not required.
  • A premium and well built product, with a very unique and impressive-looking and soft cable.


  • The mids are a bit recessed and discolored.
  • Some discomfort may occur for some people because of those wings.
  • Unlucky for me, there's a slight QA issue, as you can see by the frequency response measurement, but it's not that noticeable.

Package & Accessories


Hard paperboard

Ear Tips - Single-Flange:

M, grey (translucent), ø5mm bores

M+L, black, ø5mm bores

S, black, ø4mm bores

Shirt Clip:

Black, 360° cable holder, generic


Velour, black, generic


Ear wings (S+M+L)

Build & Materials


Plastic (glossy) + metal*, ø6.5mm nozzles (ø5mm bores), stiff strain reliefs


Metal, triple-button


Metal, no strain reliefs


Silicone-coated (smooth), 125cm, soft, mildly bent


Metal, straight, short, soft strain relief

  • The housings have metal back plates.

Comfort & Fit

Like most dual-driver earphones of that design language, these earphones are shaped to be comfortable. However, the wings which supposed to make the earphones have a better hold are not only counter-productive, but are also not that pleasant when used for prolonged sessions. They push against the ear and put pressure on a single point which, in my experience, made my ears slightly sore.

Lows / Bass

Deep and pounding. The ø8mm drivers that serves as the woofer does its job perfectly. The kick is sometimes a bit too pronounced, but even hardcore bassheads will admire these earphones for the saucy bass they offer. These earphones easily passed the bass shaker test.

Mids / Vocals

The mids and vocals are excellent! Slightly recessed and maybe just a bit colored, but this actually adds to the "fun factor" of the overall sound signature. These earphones sound excellent for most music genres that I tested, but for some specific songs, sibilance may actually occur, like in the rap parts of "Get it In" by Jo Shine ft. Gifted.

Highs / Treble

Very detailed and bright. Sharper, slightly louder and more pronounced than what you would experience with VJJB N1. As a result, some users might find these highs just a bit too bold. However, I bearly heard any sibilance or harshness with these earphones, I actually got used to the sound instantly.

Frequency Response

Published on 2017-04-03 20:06:13 (GMT)