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Brainwavz Audio B400 4-Way Quad Driver 3D Printed IEM

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  1. Brooko Contributor
    I posted the frequency response before - here it is again. Combine that with good build, fantastic comfort, and the price Brainwavz is pitching it at - you can see why I really like these.

    And I'm not a believer in hying something - but I will give credit where it's due!

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  2. Brooko Contributor
    I'll compare the two when the review is posted (another couple of days I think)
     
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  3. razzer001 Contributor
    Thanks for posting the review, i love the pictures you've took, i've updated the first post of this thread with a link to your review.

    I've been surprised how many people seem to be looking forward to the revival of the B2. We should have the first batch produced and ready for shipping by the end of October.
     
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  4. leobigfield
    Whoa these just got my attention,can't wait to read more impressions!
     
  5. DecentLevi
    So we think, but what if all these neglected headphones have feelings too? :confused::blush:
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    Agree on the points about Flovor Of The Month in many other cases, but honestly I think the B400 will stand the test of time for quite a while with it's fantastic price / performance ratio.

    PS - I actually have realised some examples of lower model numbers outperforming higher ones, such as with the closedback Sennheiser HD-380 Pro vs. HD-569, IMO
     
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2017
  6. griff06
    Hi @razzer001 is there a difference between the Frosty and Onyx 3.5 cable. I cannot see which one is which on your site. Im guessing it refers only to colour and no sonic differences.

    Great to see you put the different colour housings on your site. Just one thing though, we know here on headfi the different colours as you put it in the first post but for everyone else im not sure they would know which one is which on some of them. Maybe if your team could write on the images which colour they are. For instance in the pics you may not be able to tell the difference between the blue and the purple or even the two black options (without close inspection) and even then you may not know which one is cosmic or not.
    Of course, this is just my humble opinion but it would make it easier for people to purchase with clearly identifiable colour or cable names on the images .

    These look amazing by the way, i have a short list of about 15 IEMS which i want for my travels and these so far just shot to the top, in fact i intend to take the plunge on cosmic black....or the blue knight... or, crimson red.... on my next pay check!
     
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  7. Badder
    Is Brainwavz re-releasing the Brainwavz B2? Is this the upcoming B200 v2? If so, will it have the original B2's sound signature? Thanks.
     
  8. razzer001 Contributor
    @griff06 Thank you for pointing that out, the images on our site sound have been the same as the ones I posted with the color name on them here on headfi. Itll be updated shortly.

    @Badder The B200 V2 are not the B2. The V2 are just updated versions with detachable cables, 3D printed housing and assembled in house.

    The B2 Phoenix will look like the original B2 and have the same wonderful sound that the original had.
     
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  9. Ahmad313
    @razzer001 i want to know the premium cables have the memory wire portion or not ,?. thanks .
     
  10. razzer001 Contributor
    @griff06 sorry I forgot to link to the cables on our site, you can see the frosty and Onyx product pages

    https://www.brainwavzaudio.com/search?type=product&q=MMCX

    All the pics of the B400 use the standard cable.

    @Ahmad313 both the frosty and Onyx have memory cable which can be shaped to however the wearer wants.

    The standard cables come with a preformed earhook, same as we have on the other B series earphonea.
     
  11. HiFiChris Contributor
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    Pictured are the "Frosty" 3.5 mm TRS cable as well as the "Candy Cane" 2.5 mm TRRS cable.
    The "Frosty" cable has got an angled audio plug whereas the one used by the "Candy Cane" is straight. Ear guides and memory wire are present on the "Frosty" cable but not on the "Candy Cane".

    People familiar with the company Plastics One will notice that the 3.5 mm TRS cables are supplied by them. Those cables are common professional industry standard, very flexible, very reliable and of high quality. Good stuff.
     
  12. griff06
    Great thanks @razzer001!!
     
  13. Ahmad313
    Ahh,,,,, unfortunately i don't like memory cables so i think i have to go for standard package
     
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  14. razzer001 Contributor
    Both the Frosty and Onyx cable are made by the same manufacturer in the US. Very good quality and durable.
     
  15. DecentLevi
    Something else quite awesome I just noticed on the Brainwavz site is that not only the Stay Frosty, but also the Blue Kinght color seems slightly transparent. And it looks like all their cables have at least some memory hold shaping ability :smile_phones:
     
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