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Reviews of Brainwavz HM100

Testseek.com have collected 6 expert reviews of the Brainwavz HM100 and the average rating is 64%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Brainwavz HM100.
 
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The editors liked

  • Clear
  • Wide sound
  • Comfortable despite their bulk
  • Carrying case and spare pads included

The editors didn't like

  • Treble is too energetic
  • Leading to a chilly sound signature
  • Dubious construction quality
  • Huge cans that don't collapse down

 

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  Published: 2019-04-25, Author: Vlad , review by: theverge.com

  • Clear, wide sound, Comfortable despite their bulk, Carrying case and spare pads included
  • Treble is too energetic, leading to a chilly sound signature, Dubious construction quality, Huge cans that don't collapse down

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  Published: 2019-01-25, Author: Brad , review by: geekdad.com

  • Abstract:  Last year I reviewed a set of earbuds from Brainwavz This time around, it's pretty much the polar opposite from the company in the Brainwavz HM100 Studio Monitor headphones Where the Brainwavz SO earbuds were compact and inexpensive, the HM100 headphones...

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  Published: 2019-01-23, review by: gadgetexplained.com

  • Abstract:  Studio monitor headphones are the perfect tool for sound monitoring and they can make you listen to music you never thought you would revisit! Compared to most studio monitor headphones, the Brainwavz HM100 stand out from the crowd with their vintage lo...

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  Published: 2019-01-11, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Stylish design, One size fits all, Wide soundstage
  • Not the most portable, Lack punch in the sub-bass, Wide soundstage not for everyone
  • These retro over-ear headphones are neither the best sounding nor the most practical...

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  Published: 2019-01-03, Author: Andrew , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Large soundstage, Somewhat neutral tone
  • Sharp treble, Slight lack of mid texture in some areas
  • Giant closed-back headphones for those who aren't afraid of sharp treble...

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  Published: 2018-12-05, Author: The , review by: goodhousekeeping.co.uk

  • They come with a carry case to protect them when they're on the go, Stylish real wood and leather design, There's no sound leakage from the headphones,
  • No suitable for exercise as they slip forward when jogging, Can't be used with a mobile phone as there's no microphone
  • Simple and straightforward on-ear headphones that sound great. Admittedly, they lack some bells and whistles and the lack of microphone may mean they're not suitable for mobile phone use. If you care about sound most of all, you'll love this pair...

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