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Upgrade from Brainwavz M2?

post #1 of 16
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About a month ago I bought some M2s and I am enjoying them. Now my main question is "what is better than these?". I was thinking maybe the RE0s or the M3s. I listen to mostly Industrial, Trance, Dubstep, DnB, Rock, and other similar genres. Any reccommendations?

post #2 of 16

A logical recommendation is the M3.  Not sure if the RE0 is for you, they're a little weak on the bass and may not be great for dubstep, trance and other electronic music.


What's your price range for this?

post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by DaBomb77766 View Post

A logical recommendation is the M3.  Not sure if the RE0 is for you, they're a little weak on the bass and may not be great for dubstep, trance and other electronic music.


What's your price range for this?


Under $100 USD. Probably going to pick up the M3, but I read something a while ago about an RE0 with much better bass.

 

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Under $100 USD. Probably going to pick up the M3, but I read something a while ago about an RE0 with much better bass.

 



The bass may be higher quality, but it's not very prominent.  Again, probably not the best choice for the genres you've stated - maybe the RE-ZERO would do better, but it sells for exactly $100 so I'm not sure if your price range includes that.

post #5 of 16

The M3s bass isn't quite as pronounced as the M2, but the rest of the headphone is a significant upgrade.  The mids and highs are a lot better in my amateur opinion.

post #6 of 16
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Bump. Okay, i've decided to either get the Sunrise xcape or the RE-zero's. Which one would be better for the above genres?

post #7 of 16

Neither are that good for any bass driven genres.  You had it right from the jump...M3s.

post #8 of 16

I have both the Brainwavz M2 and the first version of the Sunrise SW-Xcapes.

 

I think they are very different from one another.

 

The M2 have a 'fun' v-shaped sound with bass emphasis as well as treble.

 

The Xcapes have a very detailed sound, clarity is very good, bass is there, but not as prominent as the M2's.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Souji View Post

I have both the Brainwavz M2 and the first version of the Sunrise SW-Xcapes.

 

I think they are very different from one another.

 

The M2 have a 'fun' v-shaped sound with bass emphasis as well as treble.

 

The Xcapes have a very detailed sound, clarity is very good, bass is there, but not as prominent as the M2's.

 

 


And the M3s almost fit squarely in the middle of the two...which is why I recommend them.  :)

 

post #10 of 16

Mind you bass emphasizes is plentifull on the Sunrise SW-Xcape Impressive Edition. I listen to a lot of electronic music and it the bass is thoroughly satisfying. Details and the rest of the spectrum are also impressive, I suggest you read into Jokers review of these! Good luck.

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Mind you bass emphasizes is plentifull on the Sunrise SW-Xcape Impressive Edition. I listen to a lot of electronic music and it the bass is thoroughly satisfying. Details and the rest of the spectrum are also impressive, I suggest you read into Jokers review of these! Good luck.



Where can I buy these?

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Where can I buy these?

 

ebay
 

 

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ebay
 

 


Where can I buy it without the joke that is PayPal?

 

post #14 of 16

You want a shop beside ebay? Is there a reason for that? rolleyes.gif

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You want a shop beside ebay? Is there a reason for that? rolleyes.gif


PayPal hates me.

 

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