“Introduction Brainwavz are making another push on their M series earphones and that’s good news for those of us looking for a well-priced, high performance earphone. The M1s use a single dynamic driver in a compact plastic and metal shell to deliver a tiny, lightweight earphone with sound that’s reminiscent of their more expensive R3 model, but in a much more comfortable package....” --Loquah
“ In short: + Stylish looks + Comfortable + Powerful bass reproduction, flat but present mids, rolled off yet detailed and even sparkly highs, usually good separation + EQ-able +- "Dark" sound signature, tends to favor the bass and lower mids. Not perfectly analytical nor overly musical +- Best for pop and pop/rock - Lack of sub-bass detail, bass can be boomy - Impact not consistently...” --Shonen84
“Before I begin with my review of the Beyerdynamic XP1, all of the below are solely what I’ve managed to get out of the IEM, I suggest to try it out or read some other people’s review to get a clearer picture of the IEM, as my opinions are not absolute and other ears might have listened differently. Sound: First of all, this IEM is one of the three IEM that Beyerdynamic released...” --SawItComing
“Well after a good lengthy burn in (100hrs or so) I feel I am ready to write my full review of the Brainwavz M2. I would like to thank MP4Nation for sending me a pair of the M2 to review. To make it clear, I received this IEM for free, in exchange for a review by me. I was clear with MP4Nation that I would be completely honest in my review, good or bad. To which they responded they would want it...” --dweaver
“ The price point for the DTX 80 at the time I bought them, was in Denmark, roughly USD 80, making it a competitor to certain Sennheiser CX- and MX-series, Klipsch Image S4, and the cheaper Sony XBA-series. Tested on: - iPhone 4 & iPhone 5 - LA DAC 100 - M-Audio Firewire Solo Accessories supplied in the box: 3x buds (S, M, L) and simple carrying...” --jakobdam
“ Neutral sound, decent price, a combination you don't find very much in portables. Not the most comfortable after a while, but I don't think any in ear headphones ever are. If you are looking for mid priced headphones that sound excellent, these are it. ” --Crazy*Carl
“ Beyerdynamic's dtx100 is their top of the line dynamic driver iem. It has a bass driven sound very similar to the 60/80 which is a signature I like. Bass heads may be left wanting as will detail freaks but they are fun with a punchy attack and very user friendly. They exhibit marginally less bass than the 80's but extension is, if anything, better, as is clarity. Because of this bass...” --Marcus_C
“Beyerdynamic's dtx60 is a dynamic driver iem sitting below the dtx80/100 in the range. It has a bass focussed sound which may be fine for some people but I don't enjoy massive bass when there is little definition which is what this earphone is lacking in that department. Mids and vocals are fairly well presented however and come across as good for the price. Highs to me seem harsh rather than...” --Marcus_C
The DTX 41 iE represents the entrance into beyerdynamic’s in-ear products. In addition to its rugged design in modern colors, the mobile headphone is impressive with its powerful and balanced sound and excellent audio performance. A soft case is included in the package. Available in Racing Green and Virginia Rose. Addition models MMX 41 iE available with microphone for cell phone hands...
XP3 the most neutral and detail out of 3, suitable for all kind of musics. Technical Specification: Models : Xp1, Xp2, Xp3 Frequency range : 20 – 22000Hz Impedance : 16 Ohm Sensitivity : 98dB Cable length : 1.4m Connector : 3.5mm jack plug Feature: -Versatile Sound option, pick the best sounding out of three. -Superb sound quality guaranteed support by countless years of experience in...