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My Brainwavz M2's are now broken; where to next?

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I have very much enjoyed the last year or so I got out of my Brainwavz m2's (although I cannot stand the wire which constantly tangles).

Recently, I noticed the sound started to come in and out and found that the L section right above the plug started to tear.

Im slightly annoyed by this but I do use these in the gym so im not altogether surprised.

 

So, looking for something in the <$100 range. I listen to alot of metal, classical and hip-hop.

 

Any ideas on what to get next?

 

Some models that I have been looking at:

 

Shure se215 (are these over the ear?)

Nuforce ne700

Thinksound tso2

Denon ah-c360 (cheaply made?)


Edited by kwitel - 3/17/12 at 9:32am
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Anyone?

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I have been using the Thinksound ts02+mic for quite a while. I first got to know about this great product when I stumbled upon an article by Stereophile.com (http://www.stereophile.com/content/thinksound-ts02-ear-headphones). It has quite good review about this nifty product. So I started to dig more and read more reviews about the thinksound ts02.

 

Based on many good reviews on the Internet about the thinksound ts02, I decided to get a pair for myself. I bought the thinksound ts02+mic instead. It is exactly the same earphone as ts02 except it comes with an inline microphone which is suitable to use with iPhone.

 

I have been enjoying the earphone a lot since I got the ts02+mic. I love the warm sounding bass and the highs are clear. It is also very comfortable too. I can listen to the ts02+mic without feeling fatigue or uncomfortable. 

 

At the moment, thinksound is Recycling promotion where by if you trade in your old headphones, you will get 25% off your next order. You can check out more info here: http://www.thinksound.com/recycle.php

 

Hope this helps. ;)

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Originally Posted by yungyaw View Post

I have been using the Thinksound ts02+mic for quite a while. I first got to know about this great product when I stumbled upon an article by Stereophile.com (http://www.stereophile.com/content/thinksound-ts02-ear-headphones). It has quite good review about this nifty product. So I started to dig more and read more reviews about the thinksound ts02.

 

Based on many good reviews on the Internet about the thinksound ts02, I decided to get a pair for myself. I bought the thinksound ts02+mic instead. It is exactly the same earphone as ts02 except it comes with an inline microphone which is suitable to use with iPhone.

 

I have been enjoying the earphone a lot since I got the ts02+mic. I love the warm sounding bass and the highs are clear. It is also very comfortable too. I can listen to the ts02+mic without feeling fatigue or uncomfortable. 

 

At the moment, thinksound is Recycling promotion where by if you trade in your old headphones, you will get 25% off your next order. You can check out more info here: http://www.thinksound.com/recycle.php

 

Hope this helps. ;)




Now you tell me...wink.gif I already threw away my broken M2's and have purchased the Visang r03's.

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Originally Posted by kwitel View Post

I have very much enjoyed the last year or so I got out of my Brainwavz m2's (although I cannot stand the wire which constantly tangles).

Recently, I noticed the sound started to come in and out and found that the L section right above the plug started to tear.

Im slightly annoyed by this but I do use these in the gym so im not altogether surprised.

 

So, looking for something in the <$100 range. I listen to alot of metal, classical and hip-hop.

 

Any ideas on what to get next?

 

Some models that I have been looking at:

 

Shure se215 (are these over the ear?)

Nuforce ne700

Thinksound tso2

Denon ah-c360 (cheaply made?)




The SE215 cable is over the ear. They have great mids, if I remember correctly, I didnt think the separation was good. I had them back in December, not very long though, after 5 days I got my TF10.

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