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Brainwavz Kidwavz KV100 Childrens Bluetooth Volume Limited Headphones

Great in wired mode, not so good in Bluetooth mode.

HiFiChris

Pros: balanced sound, punchy bass, comfort, great sound in wired mode, foldable design, AUX input

Cons: sound in Bluetooth mode (artefacts, compression, lacking control), no carrying case

Introduction: I was asked by Brainwavz’/GPGSHK’s Pandora whether I was interested in reviewing their latest Brainwavz product, the Kidwavz KV100 that was especially designed for kids, so I agreed. My review displays my honest opinion on the product and also features listening tests with two of my nephews, the youngest still fitting in the suggested age of 3-14 years (his elder brother doesn’t...
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 "He didn't call you a Jive turkey, he called you a headphone enthusiast!" The Brainwavz Jive in-ear monitor with three button microphone and remote
"He didn't call you a Jive turkey, he called you a headphone enthusiast!...

Brainwavz Jive

Pros: Very good price to performance ratio, Three button microphone and remote for Android and IOS, Nice sub bass and detailed signature

Cons: Cable above the Y-split is flimsy, Driver flex, Suction like seal can be uncomfortable unless handled correctly

Cozoy Aegis, a DAC/AMP proves the saying : Size doesn't matter, functionality is important!
Cozoy Aegis, a DAC/AMP proves the saying : Size doesn't matter, functionality is...

Cozoy Aegis Portable 24/192 DAC/Amp

Pros: Great sound quality from a tiny size, high driving power (even drives 250ohm headphone with ease),no EMI, very robust body, good-minimalistic design

Cons: Overpowered and some hissing for high sensitivity hp/iem’s, some heat production, driver downlaod/setup needed for computer use

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