Summary: They sound good, they last and they er not expensive. Far less expensive than I would expect from something doing it's job as well as these. No bloated bass is my main positive. Everything , whilst it does not sound all too 'polished, sits in it's rightful place.
Summary: When you look at Brainwavz earphones, whether they are the inexpensive Alpha, slightly more expensive ones like the M2, M3 and “flagship” models like the S0, S1 and R3, the words that should come to mind are superb ergonomic and audiophile-friendly earphones.
Summary: Brainwavz M1 Quick Review Brief: Old but still at the top its field. Price: US$44.50 or about £29 Specification: Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 10.7mm,Rated Impedance: 32ohms Closed Dynamic, Sensitivity: 110dB at 1mW, Frequency range: 20 ~ 20000Hz, Distortion: <= 0.3% @ 94dB, Channel balance: =< 3dB...
Summary: Length:: 2:51 Mins The M1 are an intermediate earphone in the Brainwavz range coming in between the Delta and Sx range of earphones. Although these are priced lower than any Sx models, they include an excellent package with the earphones accompanied by a rigid carry case, a cable clip, 2 pairs each...
I really liked these earphones - great sound quality
Kris K, Amazon
5 November 2014
Summary: I really liked these earphones - great sound quality, comfort and noise isolation. But 7 months later one of the speakers just died - no warning, no flakiness. It was fine this morning, tonight it's dead. Maybe a wiring issue? Wiggling the connections around doesn't give any results though.
Drown out background noise, great sound and there is little discomfort
Charles Ashbacher, Amazon
30 October 2014
Summary: The first thing that you notice about these earphones is how comfortable they are. I am someone that experiences a bit of discomfort when regular earphones are placed in my ears. That feeling goes away as my ears adjust to them as well as the natural deadening of repeated stimulation of an area of...