Brainwavz HM100 has announced the availability of Brainwavz HM100 headphones in the UK, and Brainwavz HM100 is the latest in the company’s product portfolio
that includes more than 25 headphones and headphones, and represents a great value at a price of 45 pounds, equivalent to $ 59.50 from the official website.
providing mature, detailed and clear sound while also providing fun, exciting and designed bass sound that looks good with any type of music,
and users can listen to pop or hip-hop Or country music without sacrificing clarity and performance.
Brainwavz has focused on delivering outstanding manufacturing quality with Brainwavz HM100,
ensuring exceptional sound from the chosen source to the ear with a high-quality, oxygen-free twisted-copper (OFC) copper cable that is durable and lightweight, and the headphones themselves have a simple and elegant design with a strong metal body,
and can Users make sure it’s a good fit for noise insulation as Brainwavz M2 comes with 6 sets of small, medium, and large sizes silicone ear pads and one set of Comply for added comfort?
If the HM100 stops working for any reason (other than user-caused damage) during the first 12 months after its purchase, it will be replaced by a new one,
and Brainwavz continues to add a lot of loyal fans with its reputation in the world of affordable, high-quality, value-for-money audio products And excellent after-sales service.
Brainwavz HM100 headphones
The alternative earpads are engineered for ultimate comfort, using the finest materials including high-quality “memory foam” foam with a choice of groundbreaking PU leather. The three great new earpads allow users to relax in comfort and safety,
while ensuring and ensuring that their headphones will fit snugly in the ear to ensure they taste every note in a clear way.
The headband has enough padding, but it feels a bit loose in comparison to the much better pads. The pads are removable,
and you can see the driver if you really want to. Some mods are possible there if you want to dip your fingers into improving the HM-100, but I didn’t get any interesting results after trying to play with them.
There is no microphonic noise that travels down the cable, and the headphone itself isolates you fairly well from the outside noise.
They also leak very little noise and can be worn in areas you need to keep quiet, like within the constraints of a library.
I am not a big fan of boomy signatures, so when I’m describing the HM100 as being fairly boomy, dark, but still having a pretty airy treble,
and enough sparkle up top to be interesting, I’m probably going to say I see a lot of potential in them, rather than complain about their signature. For 140 USD, I can’t say I know anything that sounds better or even as good as HM100 in terms of dynamics, punch, and detail.
A Bluetooth Receiver / DAC like FiiO BTR5 can totally drive HM-100, and you won’t have to worry about HM 1000 not having enough dynamics or punch.
On the other hand, if you connect HM100 to a Mytek Brooklyn DAC+, Aune S6PRO, or iFi scan, you will notice that they scale a lot with the source, so you may want to get them even if you have a pretty high-end setup already, to have a wooden headphone as a backup.
- Drivers: Dynamic, 52 mm
- Rated Impedance: 64 Ω
- Sensitivity : 96 dB +/-3dB at 1 mW
- Frequency range: 10 Hz ~ 40 KHz
- Max Input Power : 1000 mW
- Cable 1: 1.3 m
- Cable 2: 3 m
- Plug : 3.5 mm, Gold plated
This sample was provided for the purpose of an honest review. All observations and opinions here are my own based on my experience with the product.
Without reading about the accessories prior to opening the box, the hard-case was a very pleasant surprise.
black foam insert. On the underside of the lid is a net mesh pocket with zipper and it’s here that we find all of the included accessories. So what’s in the box?
- HM100 headphones
- Hard case
- 1.3 m stereo cable
- 3 m stereo cable
- Spare pair of velour earpads
- 3.5 mm – 3.65 mm adapter
- User guide/warranty card
I found the contents included quite satisfying and it really adds to the sense of overall value. The hard-case and extra cable are great and the extra pair of earpads are the icing on the cake.
The quality of the earpads feels great but it’s a shame the equipped pair is not real leather. Pleather tends to disintegrate fairly rapidly but we’ll just have to wait and see how these ones fare. The velour pair feels very nice indeed and are a great addition.