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Brainwavz M4 Headset In-Ear Noise Isolating Earphones

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  • Clear & detailed sound
  • Vocals and guitars well reproduced
  • Sleek and stylish
  • Metal housing.
  • 12 Month Warranty
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Technical Details

Style: With Headset
  • noise-isolation

Product Description

Style: With Headset

This version of the M4 comes with a inline Mic that can work on iPhones, Android phones etc. It also doubles as a simple remote allowing for pick up & hang up, as well as mute. It also supports play, pause and next song. The cable of the Brainwavz M4 with Mic uses a non fancy TPU cable. BRAINWAVZ M4 are a dynamic driver based earphones which will take your ears to rock n' roll nirvana. The M4 have a sound that provides detail, depth and bass, giving a sharp and pleasurable sound. The sound signature is well suited for many song genres but most notably Rock, your AC/DC, GNR, Bon Jovi, Zeppelin and other rock god bands will, simply put, rock on the M4 with guitars and vocals well represented. BRAINWAVZ M4 drivers are housed in a sleek barrel shaped housing made of metal and uses a high quality cabling that makes them durable and far more tangle resistant than a standard cable. Features: Clear & detailed sound. Vocals and guitars well reproduced. Sleek and stylish. Specifications: Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 10mm Rated Impedance: 16ohms Closed Dynamic Sensitivity: 101dB at 1mW Frequency range: 20 ~ 20000Hz Distortion: <= 0.3% at 94dB Channel balance: =< 3dB (at 1000Hz) Rated input power: 4mW Maximum input power: 20mW Plug: 3.5 mm gold plated, L Shape Cable length: 1.2 meters Y cord 1 year warranty Dimensions (Packaging): 160 x 135 x 38mm Net Weight: 10g Gross Weight: 132g Included Accessories: 1 x Comply foam tips 3 x Pairs of ear tips (S/M/L) 1 x Shirt clip 1 x Hard carrying case 1 x Instruction manual 1 x Warranty card

Product Details

Style: With Headset
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 2 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0068Z9YUS
  • Item model number: M4 Headset
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The only reason why I'm giving it 2 stars is because verified audiophiles think they sound so goooood.
Amazon Customer
Overall, the M4s offer an interesting twist on the "fun" sound signature, offering deep bass without sacrificing clarity.
I would definitely recommend these headphones for anyone looking for a mid/low priced pair of headphones.
Kyle Irimata

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 3, 2012
Style Name: Without Headset Verified Purchase
I purchased these headphone about a month ago and have been loving them ever since. But first, a little about my experience so you can tell where I'm coming from.

I'm not an audiophile by any means, but I'm a musician and have a fairly good ear for differences. I couldn't listen to a track and say "They're a little heavy in the 30 hz region ..." but I can definitely tell a difference between MP3s recorded at various bitrates. In other words, I can tell when something sounds better, though I can't always tell you why.

I've always just gone with slightly upgraded earbuds for my mobile listening. Something like skull candy buds that cost $15 or so. Lately, though, I've been listening to a lot of music at work and wanted to upgrade. I did a ton of research (head-fi.org is a great resource here) and decided on these.

I wasn't dissapointed. I could tell the difference between my older buds and these immediately. The clarity is amazing. I got glasses when I was 17 and it was amazing to see details again, like the fact that trees have leaves and aren't just blobs of green on brown sticks. Music feels like that when I'm wearing these. All of a sudden I can pick out individual instruments much easier. Tiny details are much more apparent. In short, the music sounds more like how it sounded when recorded.

I can't tell you if it's worth paying another twenty or fifty bucks to upgrade further, but if you're going from sub twenty dollar or stock headphones to this you will definitely notice a difference, and in my opinion that difference is definitely worth the money.

Now the caveat. I've had these for about a month and noticed that the wire is coming apart from the splitter that splits the wire between left and right ears.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bumbleblee on February 8, 2012
Style Name: With Headset Verified Purchase
The Brainwavz line is well known in the audiophile community as bringing great bang for the buck as every single one of their earphones offers incredible sound quality for the price. In this regard, the M4 does not fail to disappoint.

SOUND - Bright but not overly, sound signature between a classic V signature and a neutral analytical sound, low fatigue, Wide soundstage, bass - detailed and clear but not overwhelming in quantity - basslovers may want to avoid, Microphonics may be slightly below average but mostly disappear when used with the cable/shirt clip. Driver flex is a problem.

The most important part of purchasing an IEM is the sound. So let's start with that. The sound signature of the M4 is interesting. It's not a typical V signature in which the highs and the lows are overly emphasized. At the same time, it is not what you would call a neutral sounding IEM. It is instead, a combination of the two. This creates a sound that is both energetic and fun but at the same time, remaining clear and detailed. The bass from these earphones are strong and impactful but most importantly clear. They don't sound muddled at any point and they don't get confused during fast songs. The mids are some of the best I've heard from this price range. Good clarity and detail and most importantly, they are always present and never get hidden. Highs are also fairly solid. They lack any annoying sibiliance and cymbals have good clarity and range. The soundstage is fairly wide for an IEM. The cable itself has some microphonics but a shirt clip(which is included) will get rid of most of it. I also recommend putting the cable underneath your shirt or wearing it over the ear to eliminate this problem.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mark Midura on November 23, 2011
Style Name: Without Headset
Pros: Comply tips, clarity, soundstage
Cons: None


I received what I believe to be the final packaging for the Brainwavz M4, sans the hardshell case so I'm going to give it a review and if there's any clarification needed I will gladly fix things up. I must say though the M4 arrived in a rather attractive packaging. The gradient red in the middle to the black outside with M4 in the bottom left and Brainwavz in the upper right is clean and efficient. There's some other tidbits of information but they're kept to the corners as to not attract attention away from the upper middle where the plastic window shows the M4. On the back in typical fashion the specifications, accessory list and compatibility are listed on the right while the left has pictures showcasing some highlights of the headphones.

When opened up the real surprise came. The package opens on either the left or right side and slides out to a red cardboard box with no top, instead a semi-hard grey foam in which the M4 are safely sitting in. When the top semi-hard foam is pulled off the accessories are found carefully nestled with another darker protective foam ensuring nothing is moving around and if it is, it's only coming in contact with foam. Under everything is the warranty card. Included are S/M/L single flanged tips, a carrying case (not pictured), a pair of Comply S series tips, a shirt clip, and instruction manual.

The packaging here is a huge step up from the Beta's which I found to be very jumbled. This is sleek and safe and definitely gets my thumbs up. I like the design of the box as well, which is something a lot of people overlook, but to me it's something important especially for the average consumer.
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