The colourful Brainwavz Jive earphones deliver a whole bunch of punch with their diverse, detailed sound, wide soundscape and lively reproduction that injects real fizz into any audio. Build Quality The Jive earphones come packed in a sturdy carry-case that give ample room for storage – it doesn’t feel like any part is being unnecessarily bent or twisted. Each neat earbud is solidly constructed and no parts feel loose. The cable leads out with a reinforced rubber coating to make sure an accidental tug won’t damage the connection. The buds themselves are small and compact, with no protrusions or detailing to keep them from being discreet. Along the heavy-duty rubber-coated cable is a light plastic remote
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The new Brainwavz S3 “Silver Bullet” earphones with the top-spec Apple iOS-specific Clearwavz remote and mic will launch 29 September and are available now to pre-order with a $10 discount. Designed for Apple iOS products, the S3’s remote is a plug-and-play addition to the earphones that feature a smooth audio signature and a wide soundstage created for top-quality separation. Sound is pumped through 8mm dynamic drivers and they are currently on offer at $69.50 (regular price $76.50). Full specs: Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 8mm Rated Impedance: 16ohms Closed Dynamic Sensitivity: 96dB at 1mW Frequency range: 16Hz ~ 22 KHz Rated input power: 10mW Plug: 3.5 mm gold plated Cable length: 1.3 meters Flat Cable 24
The Brainwavz Kidwavz KV-100 Bluetooth headphones are designed specially for children and limit the volume to 85db to make sure no damage occurs to sensitive ears. They come in hot pink, toy blue and simple black colours and sport adjustable cushioned headbands. Onboard controls are on an earcup, along with an onboard mic. The KV-100s cost $42.50 are for children aged 4-14 and are available now from the mp4nation store and amazon. Specifications: Bluetooth Profiles: HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP Bluetooth Operating Distance: 10 meters / 33 feet Frequency range: 2.4 ~ 2.48 GHz Distortion: ?1% Microphone Sensitivity: -40dB Working Time: Music Play Time up to 6 hours, Talk Time up to 10 hours Charging Time: Approx. 3hours Contents & Accessories: KIDWAVZ Bl
New from Brainwavz is the Brainwavz Hengja headphones desk hanger - a sturdy metal unit suitable for headphones of all sizes and weights. The standard set-up is the horizontal hanging style that lets it securely clip onto shelves or tables but it can also be turned to hang on vertical surfaces, depending on the user's set-up. Sitting on headphones is a major drag, as is standing up and dragging them across the room. A neat, practical solution is the way to go. The Hengja hanger is out now and costs $15 from the mp4nation store.
Forbes has named the Brainwavz Delta with Mic earphones the best in-ear headphones under $40. The Wirecutter division of Forbes picked from 179 models and the 68 testers whittled down the shortlist over 32 hours and the $23 budget earphones came out at number 1. Read the full write up here or just check out this summary: “These are the only headphones under $25 that don’t sound like cheap headphones.” The highs are clear with good detail, the bass is well formed (with a slight bump in just the right area to add a lively kick to the beat), and the mids have a richness or lush, non-tinny aspect to the sound and a sense of depth of space that is uncommon in this price range. Translation: every kind of music sounds good on them. Also, while most headphones around this
The Brainwavz Delta with Mic earphones have been named 2014's best in-ear headphones under $40 by The Wirecutter. The Wirecutter spent 32 hours researching hundreds of IEMs and the Deltas won out. Check out the full contest write-up at the link below, but here's what they thought of the Deltas: “These are the only headphones under $25 that don’t sound like cheap headphones.” The highs are clear with good detail, the bass is well formed (with a slight bump in just the right area to add a lively kick to the beat), and the mids have a richness or lush, non-tinny aspect to the sound and a sense of depth of space that is uncommon in this price range. Translation: Every kind of music sounds good on them." Via thewirecutter
The difference a headphone amp makes is huge, and Brainwavz has been churning out top notch amps for a while now. The latest is the Brainwavz AP001, a lightweight portable amp that promises powerful amplification and bass boosting without intrusive colouring or distortion of the original signal. The amp weighs 15.5g and runs on a 120mAh battery that works happily for 12 hours of continuous use. There's also a second output for dual amplification to two sets of headphones. Handily, with the preorder, a second pair of headphones is bundled with the amp, the Brainwavz Delta Earphones. Both are available now for $29.50 via the mp4nation store.
The fine folk at Geekanoids have got their hands on a set of Brainwavz HM9 Headphones and have posted a video review. Don't want to spoil it for you but they're digging the HM9s - check out what they say here: Brainwavz HM9 headphones review The Brainwavz HM9s are in stock on the MP4Nation store with free Fedex shipping to selected destinations.
Christmas maybe a little more than a month away but we're starting our Christmas deals early as we know some of our customers reside in far flung countries where it can take quite some time for the post to deliver parcels. To kick our 2013 Christmas season we're offering this awesome offer: Brainwavz Delta Earphones Twin Pack (2 units) - $39.50 Includes free Fedex shipping to select destinations.