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Brainwavz M2 In-Ear Headphones Reviews

Positive Reviews

AstralStorm

Great sound quality, but bass heavy

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Pros: Indestructible build, good "musical" sound quality, good soundstage

Cons: Huge bass boost, cable could be more flexible, no neck cable adjuster, wide nozzle, shallow fit only, weird over-the-ear fit

These are budget-minded basshead's dream come true. Others might not be satisfied by the bottom-slanted sound, which can be hugely improved with equalization, otherwise they sound dark and laid back. The sound is precise, with engaging musical quality to it. Bass is very well controlled despite the amount. Mids are neither forward nor laid back, perhaps slightly boosted in upper registers. Highs are actually well extended, but overshadowed by the huge bass. Brainwavz M2 are very efficient and despite it, don't hiss at all. However, they will pick all stray mains hum.

Negative Reviews

vaziyetu

Why they still produce this ?

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Cons: Extremely weak bass, no mid layers (no depth of soundfield)

i'm not sure what brainwavz trying to do with their m series. if they already can produce earphones like r1, s1, s0 why they even bother with m series ? okay, despite it's big downsides, at least m5 has a big bass. so what actually m2 has got to offer ? weak bass, no instrumental details due to lack of layers, just a little treble & soundstage which is bigger in overall size than already trash earphones. is that what makes it $60 ? really ?   is brainwavz trying to sell some cheap drivers to newbies ? i'm not sure this is a proper way to make money, really... whatever. i'm happy that mp4nation accepts used product returns. i'm still losing money for the shipping but at least...
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