Fast growing audio monitor manufacturer, Brainwavz has come up with another mid-budget earphones the Brainwavz S0 IEM at a price of Rs. 2,399. They do seem to be going backwards; the last one from the company was the S1, which was preceded in a similar fashion. The IEM is available for sale on brainwavzaudio.in, Amazon and Flipkart.
The premium products from the brand such as the Blu series and the S series are exemplary and are already competing on level grounds with the likes of Sennheiser, Sony, and Samsung.
Sporting an all-metal housing, the monitor has a flat cable. This means it is also tangle-free. The Clearwavz controls and has been designed especially for Apple iOS products. It uses a high precision Micro-Electrical-Mechanical System microphone that has a three-button control, to allow users to make audio calls and of course audio playback. The three button controls may or may not work on devices other than iOS.
Following are the hardware specs of the Brainwavz S0 IEM:
· Drivers: Dynamic, 9 mm
· Frequency Range: 18 Hz ~ 18 kHz
· Rated Impedance: 16 Ω
· Sensitivity: 100 dB at 1 mW
· Cable: 1.2 m Y-Cord, Coppe
· Rated Input Power: 10 mW
· Plug: 3.5 mm, Gold Plated
The products compatible with the earphones are – iPhones, iPods, computers, laptops, MP3 players and other devices with an audio jack.
The quality of the 9mm dynamic drivers from Brainwavz has proven to be sublime in the past. The comply foam tips that come with the modules are the best in the industry. The power, impedance, and driver show that the sound quality is expected to be premium. Judging from the brand reputation, the claims that the Brainwavz S0 IEM will provide a balanced and clear sound.
The company has made a clear statement with its products saying that their mission is to produce a high-quality product and maintain a unique relationship with them, which requires no direct marketing tactics, which most in the industry tend to follow.
A set of detailed reviews of their products by PC-Tablet has given us a fair idea about their capabilities. The products usually come with a 24-month warranty, which also means that the company expects its products to last for at least that long. The build quality of most of the earphones has proven a testimony to that fact. The review shall follow soon.