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Budget-fi: Brainwavz | Philips | Xears [worldwide shipping]

Discussion in 'Headphones for Sale / Trade' started by ulogin, May 9, 2012.
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  1. ulogin
    Type:
    For Sale
    Currency:
    USD
    Price:
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    Up for sale are three pairs of "minty", high cost/performance phones:
     
    1. SOLD  Philips SHE9700: $OLD.
    2. TRADED  Xears Power Systems PS120: $OLD. Bassy phones endorsed and donated by |Joker|.
    3. Brainwavz M4 with mic: $32. 2-month old. These bassy phones attains a score of 4.75/5 (value) in ClieOS's review. Well-built cable in oxygen-free copper (OFC)
     
     
    $3 less for two items  |  $8 less for three items (see my other FS threads)
     
    All are in excellent condition. I don't have the original pouch and tips for the SHE9700 but will get you something that fits.
     
    Prices include CONUS shipping. International buyers please add $10 for additional shipping fee. Accepts PayPal personal or buyer adds 4% (Amazon payment is free BTW).
     
    Thanks for looking!
     
    --Rick
     
     
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    Glowing reviews:
     
    Brainwavz M4
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/606070/review-brainwavz-m4
     
    The following is taken from ClieOS's review thread:
     
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     Deep V-shaped frequency response with lots of treble and bass and supposed to a bassy version of the bright sounding B2. While abundance and has decent depth, bass can be slightly boomy at time. However, it is not offensive and rather still quite enjoyable. Mid range, especially vocal, comes out clean and well detailed . . . . Treble is decently extended and crisp While neither a bass monster nor true analytical IEM, M4 is still in itself a well tuned and enjoyable IEM to listen to, almost like a lesser version of Triple-fi 10 in a dynamic transducer form. Though still a fair price at around US$70 from MP4Nation, North Americans should be happy to know M4 can often be had for less than $50 from Amazon, truly making it a great bargain. 
     
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