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post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

I've never listened to this brand but i see there are a lot of different IEMS, for this brand... what do you think is the best sound overall? 

 

Brainwavz M1
Brainwavz M2
Brainwavz M3
Brainwavz M4
Also beta and other versions.
 
How is the sound like? Is it more like bassy, warm, clean, crisp? Does it produce sibilance?
What do you think is the best value and the best version of their IEMs?
M3 is the most expensive so maybe this has the best sound quality?
 
Thx ;)

Edited by Bahamut2 - 2/26/12 at 12:53pm
post #2 of 10

The question should be which one suits your sound preference ?

post #3 of 10

I'd like to know more details about each model from someone who is more experienced. I have the M4s and like them a lot, but I'm curious to know how the others compare to it. I don't have enough experience/knowledge to give a detailed review, but I do know that the bass is not overbearing and the mids and highs do sound quite detailed. However, my knowledge of IEMs is limited so I can't speak to how good there sound actually is (or isn't).

post #4 of 10
Thread Starter 

Well... my sound preference would be PX100-II.

But i also like clear and crisp sounds, the best would be a combination of both (clear good sound + good powered and warm bass).

post #5 of 10

I've had the M1 -M2 -M3 and M4, so if you are looking for a clear sound, stay away from the M4's.

M3 have the more detailed sound of the M series, they also have a very nice lower frequency response, you can wear them all day and not get stressed.

M2 has a good sound quality but their main quality is the bass.

M1 is too bright for my taste, they sound very clear, but they are boring after a while.

M4's are like a boombox, i just don't like them at all, the higher frequencies are almost lost.

post #6 of 10
Thread Starter 

thanks, ill go for M2

post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Kapitan23 View Post

I've had the M1 -M2 -M3 and M4, so if you are looking for a clear sound, stay away from the M4's.

M3 have the more detailed sound of the M series, they also have a very nice lower frequency response, you can wear them all day and not get stressed.

M2 has a good sound quality but their main quality is the bass.

M1 is too bright for my taste, they sound very clear, but they are boring after a while.

M4's are like a boombox, i just don't like them at all, the higher frequencies are almost lost.


 

I've got the ViSang r02 (Brainwavz M2-ish) and recently got a pair of M4 in a sale. I agree with your description of those two.

post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by altfiv3 View Post


 

I've got the ViSang r02 (Brainwavz M2-ish) and recently got a pair of M4 in a sale. I agree with your description of those two.


Visang R02 = Brainwavz ProAlpha

I got ProAlpha, M1, M2, M3, M4 and B2. They all have the different sound signature.
M2s are the warmest and fun, M3s have the sweet+forward mid, good space, soundstage and detail.
B2s are the most detailed + instrument seperation, and the brightest one.

 

post #9 of 10

Brainwavz ProAlpha should be almost the same as M2 in sound signature, as Joker described, Visang R02 (Brainwavz ProAlpha) almost the same as Visang R03 (Brainwavz M2)

post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by Xinn3r View Post

Brainwavz ProAlpha should be almost the same as M2 in sound signature, as Joker described, Visang R02 (Brainwavz ProAlpha) almost the same as Visang R03 (Brainwavz M2)



They're both fun sounding earphones (ProAlpha & M2), but the sound is really different.
M2s are warmer, better soundstage, slower and bigger bass. ProAlpha is good all-round. For me, I prefer M2 over the ProAlpha.

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