The authority in audio quality, Head-Fi.org, has reviewed the Brainwavz S5 IEMs. The new Brainwavz set comes up trumps with a positive 4/5 review, that details the natural sound and quality build. For the full review from H20Fidelity on Head-Fi, check out this link. Via head-fi.org
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Brainwavz R3 dual dynamic earphones. Carved from billeted aluminum, 4 speakers in total tuned for high fidelity audio and positioned for an immersive soundstage. The shape of things to come, June 2013.
Forum member TWP has had time to review our new headphone stand, jump on over to the forum to read the full review and see his photo shoot. Forum review.
The Brainwavz Zirconia is a stylish headphone stand that will look good in a home or office setting. The Zirconia's can accommodate large or small cup size headphones and wide or narrow headphone bands. Headphones are balanced on their headbands without placing pressure on the cups or cushions, nor extended and loosening the headband itself, allowing your headphones to remain in the same state when you left them. Get one today!
This weekend we have for the first time our popular Brainwavz M2 on sale at Amazon for just $35.00. The sale will end on Monday. Go get one today. Need more convincing, read these reviews: MP4 Nation user reviews ABI Review In Ear Matters Review
D2K from the forums gives yet another wonderful video review of the Brainwavz HM5 in the flesh. Via forums
The Brainwavz HM5 studio monitor headphones provide for exceptionally accurate sound reproduction, their neutral sound signature replicate audio as it was intended to be heard. The HM5 feature an over the ear design which sits comfortably, providing an adequate seal that limits leakage. These closed dynamic monitor headphones are designed to give astounding sound for almost any genre of music and like all Brainwavz the headphones have a simple but stylish look to them. Included in the package are two detachable cables, a short 1.2 meter cable that is intended to be used with a portable rig and a larger 3 meter cable for use in a home environment. The large 43mm CCAW drivers are surprisingly easy to drive, but they do benefit with amping if used with a portable rig. Review
Dragon2Knight gives us another great video review, this time of the Brainwavz HM3, showing off how it looks and discussing the comfort, build and sound quality. Thanks D2K!
TWP, a forum member and moderator, is one of the few lucky people to get a review unit of the Brainwavz M4 to try out and in normal TWP style he has provided a review along with some wonderful photos of the new Brainwavz M4. Jump over to forums to read the full review and photos.
This review will focus purely on the M4s sound as opposed to an unboxing with specs. First of all, for all of you new Brainwavz M4 owners – BURN IN your M4s – it vastly improves the sound! Straight off the bat you can hear that the M4s have bass, and decent bass at that. The sound of the bass can be compared to the M2’s bass: dense and strong with an obvious punch behind it. However, in terms of the level of bass, the M2s still reign supreme with much more of an ‘oomph’ behind the bass that’s very noticeable when swapping between the two. Some may find the M2’s bass to be a bit overpowering and heavy – this is where the M4s strike another pro point: the bass may be solid, however it by no means overpowers the other sounds. Read on after the break. Moving on to th