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Good choice as a kids first set of bluetooth headphones.

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Pros: Nice design, Colorful choices, 85db volume limit to protect your kid's hearing, Ease of use.

Cons: Not very durable looking(to me), Volume limit not available when plugged in.

First off, these were supplied to me for review by Pandora at Brainwavz for my honest and unbiased opinion, my thanks to them for their trust in me to do this. Here is a link to them on Amazon USA:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014CNWSI2   I admit I almost passed on this one as I no longer have kids around the house for testing...but then I remembered that I have a neighbor with a nice "young lady"(she doesn't like to be called a"kid", lol) that I could try these out on and agreed to do this review. My thanks to my neighbor Stacy, a trendy, very opinionated 9 year old young lady that took a lot of time to give me her impressions of these. Now on to the review!   Firstly,...
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Brainwavz Jive: Steak on a Hamburger Budget

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Pros: Smooth, fast signature, good build quality, very low cost.

Cons: Colors available are a bit off.

EDIT: Ignore the green rating bars on this review, for some reason they did not show as clicked and I could not fix them, thanks!   I'll start off by saying that the Brainwavz Jive's I'm reviewing here were given to me by Brainwavz for my honest, unbiased viewpoints. Thanks to Pandora for the set. They arrived to me undamaged and well packed. Here is a link to them on Amazon for those interested: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013OKX89M   I, as usual, did a full burn in of 48 hours prior to doing any critical listening. I used an assortment of devices for this review including a modded Android 5.1.1 China phone(Umi eMax), a brand new LG G4, my Rockboxed Sansa Clip+, and...
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See my review link below

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Pros: Solid design, All metal constrution, It just WORKS, Dirt cheap!

Cons: None for the price.

As this section wasn't up for my review I did a few days ago, I'll just link to it on here . Hope you like it!   http://www.head-fi.org/t/776667/brainwavz-hengja-headphone-hanger

Good first bluetooth effort

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Pros: Build quality, Above average Eq-able sound signature

Cons: Poor battery life

Audrey over at Brainwavz asked me to do a review of their new BLU-100 bluetooth IEM headset and I jumped at the opportunity to do so. My thanks for the review unit    As these are review units, not retail, I opted to not include any pictures as they might not be as the retail version is. There are plenty of reviews on here with pre-production pics, so look there if you want to see them. I will include pictures from the Brainwavz site, though, so at least you see something in this review. I'm also including the copied and pasted Specs and Content's and Accessories charts from their product page. They can be bought from here:: ...
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A blast from the not too distant past

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Pros: Light, small, well made, good build quality overall, easy going sound, great value.

Cons: Cord is it's weakest link, a lot of newer competition in it's price class.

As my title suggests, the Brainwavz M1's are a recent push by Brainwavz to show the world what they might have missed a few years back when they were originally introduced. These were the only Brainwavz IEM's that I never had the pleasure of owning, my thanks to to the Brainwavz team for sending me a pair to review.   The review unit I received was not the retail packaged one you folks should get, so I'll not add any pics here because of that. The mp4nation site has plenty of good pics(as do earlier reviews on here) so that's all you need to go to to see 'em in all their glory. My unit arrived in the great Brainwavz IEM case that came with Comply tips as well as an assortment of...
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Decent, low cost amp for bass lovers

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Pros: Tiny, light weight, long lasting, simple

Cons: No on/off controls

This is my review of the new Brainwavz AP001 headphone amplifier. Audrey(Salsera on here) sent me one for this review, thanks!   For starters, let me say I'm not a really big fan of portable amps. I like my portable rig as simple as possible to reduce bulk and make it easier to travel with. As such, I usually only try out smaller amps like the FiiO E5/6, they don't need to be stacked and are easier to use inline. But even they are a bit too bulky for me, so I rarely used them at all. The AP001, on the other hand, is truly tiny, only 38x38x12.2mm and weighing in at a featherweight 15.5g!! Inline, it's hardly even noticeable, making it a truly usable amp, at least to me.  ...
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