Up for review today I’ve got another set of earphones from a company called Brainwavz but these are sort of special in that they’re specifically made for Android devices. These headphones are called the Delta and they do have an in-line remote with microphone and controls for audio and calls and best of all they’re rather inexpensive coming in at under $25. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
The Brainwavz Delta produce vocals and instruments with detailed clarity, letting your music sound as good as their artists intended. These all metal housed ear- phones are tuned to sound good with any genre of music. Designed in-house, a unique design that’s truly part of the next generation Brainwavz Family.
Note: Remote functions may not work or may function differently on Motorola made devices.
Instruments and vocals reproduced with clarity.
Balanced sound with a balanced bass response.
All metal housing.
Comply foam tips included.
3 Button remote with built in microphone designed to work on Android OS devices
3 Button remote with built in microphone designed to work on most Android OS devices (TRRS CTIA)
Transducers/Drivers: Dynamic, 8mm
Rated Impedance: 16ohms
Sensitivity: 100dB at 1mW
Frequency range: 20Hz ~ 20KHz
Maximum input power: 2mW
Cable length: 1.3m, Y cord, OFC Copper.
Plug: 3.5mm gold plated, 45 degree.
2 year warranty
Price: $22.50 (from Amazon at time of review)
The headphones are packaged in a plastic box with plenty of information on it about them.
Once you get everything unpacked you’ll find the headphones, velcro tie, plastic clip, extra different sized silicone earbud covers and a pair of memory foam covers too. The headphones are about 48 inches long and the cord is slightly thick and rubbery, all in all it seems to be decently made.
In-line you’ll find a remote with 3 buttons for volume up and down and then one for play/pause and answer end calls. The microphone is located on the bottom of the remote.
The earphones themselves are nice and small and they actually have a metal housing. They’re black and red in color and they do have L and R markings on them of course. The covers come of fairly easily so you can switch them out as need be.
These headphones are specifically made to be used with Android devices so I tested them with my Samsung Galaxy S6 Android phone and I found all the controls worked as they should.
Sound quality is very good, nice and full sounding with decent bass and treble and little to no distortion at high volume levels. The sound is much better than I expected as these do cost under $25.
Noise cancellation is decent but it’s much better if you use the included memory foam covers, the foam ones are much more comfortable than the silicone ones and they do a better job of staying in your ears and keeping outside noises out.
As far as comfort, the silicone covers are comfortable but I do like the memory foam ones more, they just offer better fit and it would have been nice if they included more than one set.
For the price I’d have to say so far these are worth it, the sound is decent and they are comfortable to wear for long periods of time.
The earphones overall seem well made, the cord is thick but yet still flexible and I do like the metal housings of the earphones themselves.
So far I have no complaints about these, they’re not bad for an inexpensive set of earphones but I wouldn’t pay much more than what they are priced at now.
+Seen well made
+Decent, full sound
+Good noise reduction with foam earbuds
-None so far
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Disclosure: This product was given to me for review by the company for review purposes only for free or at a discounted price.
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