There is good range to choose from, boasting of the ability to let you “hear your music as the artist intended.” As these are the first Brainwavz I've ever tested I was looking forward to finding out how good they actually are.
The earpieces are both small and light and marked L and R, which I always find helpful. They are are some of the most comfortable earphones I’ve worn in a while.
However, there’s no in-line microphone or controller on the cable. You do get a hard-shell carry case, shirt clip, Velcro cable tidy, six pairs of silicone ear tips and a pair of Comply foam tips.
These are really comfortable to wear for long periods and caused me no issues whatsoever. I also like that the fact that you get a case and a decent bundle of tips.
One thing is certain though. These 30 Ohm dual armature in-ear monitors can easily be driven by any portable source. I wouldn’t tax them with anything larger though.
They are nicely neutral and their mids are outstanding. The low mids in particular are clear and well presented. If you are a fan of acoustic and singer/songwriter style genres then these really put the vocals front and centre.
There is a slight roll off towards the highest highs and lowest lows but it certainly does not mean that they are particularly lacking anything.
Brainwavz have done well in tuning these that way. Bass is punchy but big bass sounds do suffer a little because of lack of oomph. However, with the slight roll-off at either end, these earphones are not fatiguing at all. That’s a plus in my eyes
I really do appreciate the Brainwavz B200’s sound profile. It might not be the most exciting listen, but it is very enjoyable. It’s also due to them being really comfortable to wear. They offer very good value for money and there is very little not to like.