Brainwavz HM-2 Foldalbe Wired Headphones Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 2,999

Key Specs

    Foldable Wired Headphones
    3.5mm Aux-in
    431 g

Pros: Cushiony and comfortable, in-line mic and volume remote

Cons: bass too loud, weak treble

Bottomline: This is a decent performer with heavy and overpowering bass, and decent mids and treble. You could consider buying these if you play a lot of games or watch movies using headphones. Not recommended for audiophiles and musicians, especially broke musicians.

Are ever so tired that you desire to do nothing, but lie down and let the music embrace your head, dilute your thoughts and flow with the blood, easing almost each part of the body. We loved Brainwavz HM-2 wired headphones for the very reason. They are one of the most comfortable headphones used by us and the way they snuggle around your ears make you feel really warm.

Made of a matte-finish gray plastic, the Brainwavz HM-2 headphones feel posh. Another feature worth mentioning is the addition of a carry case for the folding pair of headphones. Yes, you can fold the headband midway so that they occupy less space. The locks make sure they get folded only when pushed to the least length. The left ear cup features a 3.5mm audio jack and these come with two cables – a standard aux cable and another with in-line microphone and volume slider – both 1.2 meters long.

Brainwavz HM-2 Foldalbe Wired Headphone Review

Sound through the Brainwavz HM-2 wired headphones is not at par with the build quality. The bass is overwhelming but a bit muffled and unclear, mids are timid and can ruin your experience while listening drum covers, and highs feel greatly ignored. If you can still manage your way around by tweaking the EQ, clarity of audio and precision in the sound of notes are clearly astray. The in-line mic can be used for making calls and the calls are decently clear.

Brainwavz HM-2 review

When the bass gets heavy, these tend to dissipate vibrations into our earlobe – this can be thrilling sometimes, mostly when you’ve transcended into a being with higher conscious, but it may get annoying for non-bassheads after a while, especially it when makes your earhole feel ticklish.

A factor that makes me still like them is that you can lie down with these and even fall asleep without them spoiling your sleep for you. The thumpy bass can please those who like EDM or mostly listen electronic forms of music (or non-musical music). Additionally, these could be great while watching movies or TV shows, as well as playing games for an immersive experience.

Brainwavz HM-2 Foldalbe Wired Headphone Review

Noise cancellation or isolation is another factor that the Brainwavz HM-2 ace at. For the price of Rs. 2,999 you can buy these if you a brand loyalist or prize heavy (not deep) bass.


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