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Brainwavz R1 In Ear Noise Isolating Earphones


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  • Woofer and Tweeter Dual Driver.
  • Deep bass and rich in detail.
  • Over the ear design.
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The Brainwave R1 are driven by two dynamic drivers, in a woofer and tweeter configuration. Most earphones only use one speaker, with the R1 two speakers are utilized to provide a better reproduction of sound across the entire audible sound spectrum. Using two drivers work harmoniously to provide a sound deep in bass and rich in detail. The R1 are suitable for any genre of music and are intended to be worn in a over the ear manner. Features: Woofer and Tweeter Dual Driver Deep bass and rich in detail Over the ear design. Specifications: Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 6.8mm and 9mm Rated Impedance: 16ohms Closed Dynamic Sensitivity: 95dB at 1mW Frequency range: 20Hz ~ 22KHz Distortion: <= 0.3% at 94dB Channel balance: =< 3dB (at 1000Hz) Rated input power: 2mW Plug: 3.5 mm gold plated, L Shape Cable length: 1.2 meters Y cord 1 year warranty Dimensions (Packaging): 150 x 170 x 50mm Net Weight: 10g Gross Weight: 185g Included Accessories: 1 x Comply foam tips 6 x Pairs of ear tips (S/M/L) 1 X Bi-Flange tips 1 x 6.3mm adapter 1 x Airplane adapter 1 x Hard carrying case 1 x Instruction manual and Warranty card

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 2 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B009UNZ5WQ
  • Item model number: R1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 22, 2012

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Sound quality is superb, bass are OK.
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Dual Dynamic Drivers 9mm for bass and mids, and 6mm for highs.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Robert on December 8, 2012
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These IEMs are simply amazing. I owned a couple of very nice, high quality IEMs (like the Miles Davis Trumpets and some high-end Shures)and honestly, unless you're willing to shell hundreds of dollars, these are the best bang for your buck. The sound out of these earphones ARE NOT neutral though. They are warm, with a slight emphasis on the mid-bass, but just controlled enough to be very very functional. I would even say they sound dark sometimes, and you know what? That's okay with me. The mids, well they are not anything super special, but enjoyable all the same. The highs sparkle though, they sound fluid and lovely reaching way, way, way up in the higher frequencies (thanks to the tweeters). All in all, these are a fantastic little set of everyday knock-arounds. I'm very happy with this purchase, and when these eventually die on me, I'll not even hesitate to order another :)
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By qualityovervalue on October 31, 2012
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Incredibly enough, this is by far my favorite Brainwavz IEM to date, and I just picked up the M5 a few weeks ago. This jewel of a product has much to offer for the sub $50 IEM market.

There is little to compare at this price range at this level of quality and sound reproduction. Wide sounding, CHECK!, Great bass, CHECK!, Voice quality, CHECK!, Mid quality, CHECK! Speed of drivers, CHECK!. This is sad, because to improve in all areas means to spend a whole lot more money. I'm siting here listening to the Tron Legacy sound track and it feels like I'm in the IMAX theater minus the seat vibration.

Wow, and that's coming from someone who listens regularly on ATH-M50, Atrio MG7, Beyerdynamic DT-880 pro, Sennheiser 595s, and Triple Fi-10s with headphone amplification.

These babies are going to get criticized, and compared to, but I dare you find anything under deal price of $40/shipping and tax free and can honestly say it is better.

Dual Dynamic Drivers 9mm for bass and mids, and 6mm for highs. It sounds too crazy since the body of the casing is huge, but man it awesome to hear.

I can say for sure I'm not hearing people cough, whistle or even hear a pin drop like on high end audiophile recordings, but do I give a damn about that? Nope. I give a damn about hearing my favorite music reproduced in a way I want to hear them, which is today's sound signature. BIG sound in a small form with enough detail and impact to play all of today's music styles from the Top 40 to Indie to the club. The guys at Brainwavz are really doing something right for a change, and hopefully they can continue and keep the price down the way they are. I applaud all the employees and their engineering/test team. They are Rockstars in my book. Great work and continue to push out these kinds of products.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tree Fiddy on December 6, 2012
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Everything about these I love. It's a dual driver IEM costing under $50. With 2 drivers you can get hard hitting bass without distorting the mids or highs. These also come with a pair of comply tips that just melt in your ears and give you a perfect seal that feels comfortable. The cable has a slider allowing you to choose how high you want the Y split to be. The 3.5 audio plug is a sturdy L-shape perfect for smartphones. The only con I have with these is the Left and right indicators are hard to see.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jesse on October 27, 2014
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The Brainwavz R1 performs alright for a dual driver headset for only $38

Like many of you, I was drawn to the unique description of a headset that had not one, but TWO drivers. This was unheard of to me. TWO? That should cost a ton! And some do. These on the otherhand, are a great cheap pair of earphones for people who want to try something somewhat different.

Build
These look nice. The shape is the first thing that people notice. They sure do look different then the bullet type headphones currently polluting the public. The build is made of sturdy plastic. it feels strong yet very VERY light. If you don't like heavy earphones, these will be fine for you.

The wire is just average and doesn't have any obvious memory effect. Likewise, they tangle like you would expect. One plus is that it is an OVER-EAR design. This means you HAVE to wear it with the wire looping over the top of your ear. This makes it harder to take off and put on BUT reduces cable noise(microphonics). It also has a nice sturdy L shape plug.

Another unique thing about the earphone that isn't shown very well, is that the wire close to the earphone itself has some kind of bendy wire over it. This makes it easy to shape that part into a c so you can easily wrap it around your ear. The problem with that is, it doesn't work very well. For me, the wire stuck up in an awkward shape and did more harm then good.

See that little hole in the earphone? Well that makes the earphone have such excellent bass. BUT in a windy situation, you will hear a LOT of noise from the wind blowing past that part. This can be avoided by simply taping that hole up but that does reduce sound quality.

So overall, Build quality is SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE for the price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David on January 27, 2013
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Forty bucks for dual dynamic driver earphones? Prior to these, I used to own a pair of Denon AH-C551k earphones, which were discontinued for some odd reason (they are actually great earphones). They were my on-the-go earphones, and I felt really sad they day they died on me. After reading reviews here and in head-fi, I decided to try these. And wow. I was really surprised by their performance.

In terms of sound quality, which is of upmost importance to me, these earphones have the V-shaped frequency range. Strong bass, soft mids, sparkling highs. Not bad, really, since this is the type of frequency range that I like. The mids are recessed to some extent. They are not completely absent, but you can tell that they take the backseat when it comes to their presence. Bass is strong and deep, without muddling the sound. The highs have a wonderful sparkle.

Because these have two dynamic drivers, the soundstage of these earphones is very wide. Guitars, drums, cymbals, and other percussion instruments all have their appropriate space, without interfering with each other.

All of this for forty dollars. I still have less than a month with these, so I can't really attest to their durability. The wires aren't the thickest I've seen, so I don't know how long they'll last me. But since this is not an issue at the moment, I won't make any comments about durability... perhaps, after a year of owning these, I'll come back and report on whether these earphones are durable. For now, they get 5 stars for being 40 bucks, while sounding like 100 bucks.
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