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Brainwavz S1 earphones review - An interesting promise

Comfort

Brainwavz packed the S1 with plenty of tips. Whilst the foam tips are the most comfortable, and provide the best sound-quality, they're also the ones most prone to damage (of course, you can always get a replacement pair online). To counter this, however, the package also contains plenty of silicone tips, so once you find the right version for you, the IEMs shouldn't have any reason to cause any kind of strain on your ears.

The housing might feel a bit bulky, but that doesn't mean the monitors are prone to fall out. I used them with the cable over-the-ear, for about 50 hours, and not once did they even budge.

When it comes to noise isolation, they're pretty good. Since the housing is slightly vented, it means there's not too much isolation, so you should still be aware of what's going on around you.

Below I prepared the specs for the S1. This wasn't a daunting task (as it had been in the past, when marketing speech replaced proper specifications), because Brainwavz lists everything on their product page.

 

Specs
Driver

Driver Diameter: 10 mm

 Sensitivity

Headphone: 93 ±3 dB at 1mW

Frequency Response

Headphone: 20 ~20.000Hz

Maximum Input

2mW

Impedance

16 Ohm

Cable & Connection

Cable: 1.3m flat cable;
Connection: 3-Pole 3.5mm gold-plated, 45 degree;

Noise cancelling

-

Weight

-

 

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