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Brainwavz unveils HM9, a new pair of headphones

Brainwavz launches the new HM9 headphone, a high-end headset designed for use with iPhones, Android, Windows and Mac

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Sep 18, 2013 6:36 pm

Brainwavz announced the launch of the latest edition to its headphones lineup. The HM9 marks the third installment to the company's HM series of headphones and has been designed to reproduce high fidelity audio with a sound signature sure to gain the approval of any audiophile. The new HM9 headphones feature large 40mm drivers that have been tuned to provide crisp, clean mids while still providing a powerful bass.

 

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Brainwavz says that the HM9 features large ear pads that have been constructed with sweat-resistant memory foam, while a large metal frame and dual hinges allow the headphones to be easily folded into compact form for transport. The HM9 comes with a set of three cables, one of which features an in-line microphone on a 1.3-meter cable that is compatible with Apple iPhones and some Android smartphones.

 

1.3-meter and 3-meter standard cables are also included for easy compatibility with Windows PCs, Macs, and any other device that features a 3.5mm audio jack. The Brainwavz HM9 is available for purchase now at Amazon and retails for $149.50.

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