Summary: These M1 earphones were sent to me by Brainwavz for review. I have tried quite a few of their earphones now and all of them, including these, sound exceptionally good, and far better than I might expect for the price. They come with a very nice little carrying case and a good range of silicone tips for a good fit, plus a set of Comply memory-foam tips so you will be able to find the tips which best suit your ears.
Summary: These are comfortable and with the smaller foam tips provided, they fit my ears perfectly. They stay in snuggly so that's all good. The case and accessories are definitely cool, but I never use that stuff for my daily-us earbuds, they just get thrown on the counter with the iPod. So far these are standing up to my daily abuse without any deterioration in the quality, no crackling or issues like I often get after beating a pair of earbuds around for a while.
The M1's. Another great set of in - earphones from Brainwavz
13 June 2014
Summary: Brainwavz have a great reputation for producing more affordable audiophile quality earphones and these M1's are no exception. In the box you find - - The M1's with a 1.3 meter reinforced type coating, silver plated oxygen free copper cable with a standard 3.5mm jack plug which is gold plated. These come already fitted with silicone earbuds - A very nice quality hard zipper case in which to store your earphones.
Summary: The Brainwavz M1 are a sleek IEM (in-ear-monitor) with high quality cabling and come in at under 25 quid. They are worth 3 times that amount. The sound that you get from these fabulous earphones is brilliant and rivals many others costing many times more. Simply put the Brainwavz team are sonic engineers.
Genuine 'Audiophile' Studio Monitor sound At A Great Price !
Monaco Blue, Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: Plus Points Cohesive, solid, musical timing excellent, tuneful bass and neutral mid range, exciting wide soundstage ! Handle fast, busy rock and pop tracks with ease, excellent separation of instruments ! Quality feel with 'OFC' cable, anti-tangle cord, small hard carry-case is very useful for easy stowage and protection Absolutely fabulous value for money.........at £25 this is real big money 'audiophile' loudspeaker performance !
Summary: I would say these are excellent value for money. They are a tad too heavy on the base for me, as I want them in order to listen to talking books, but that probably makes them acceptable to the majority.
Summary: I bought this babys after seeing some reviews. They only lasted a few minutes since after being used for a few songs on my pc they started to play only on one ear. They do sound great, but if they are not durable, what do i want them for?
Summary: I hate to give a non-excellent review, but this one's gonna be one. The earphones sound clear, though it's far far away from the 5 punds cheaper AKG K324P in bass and treble range. I regret that I bought it. Brainwavz frequency scale is only a mediocre 20Hz-20kHz. I should have known that, otherwise I would not even consider buying it. So it was a total disappointment for me despite all the nice accessories it came with. Sorry guys.
Summary: Before researching in-ear monitors for my brother, I had no idea this brand even existed. According to the reviews the model sounded like a steal for around £25, so we went for it. I barely got to try them when he bought his pair, but he's been so satisfied over the couple months he's had them that I decided to buy myself a pair, too. £25 won't buy you a better pair.
Summary: I've decided to buy these after reading several reviews on head-fi.org ([...] I have extensively used them for playing various kinds of music for 4 months now and I'm very satisfied with the quality of sound they produce - clear, with just enough bass and pleasant mids and well-defined soundstage. They fit very well in the ear, produce very little microphonics when worn cable-down and none when worn over the ear.