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    Brainwavz Delta Review

    By Siddharth Parwatay | 19 May 2019


    Lot of accessories including large hardcaseGood quality soundAdequate bass


    As of now price fluctuates and availability is unreliable


    If you are looking for a budget in-ear headphone it would be a gross travesty if you don’t consider the Brainwavz Delta. Our favourites in this space so far have been the Cowon EK2 and EM1 but the Delta promises to dislodge them from this pedestal they’ve been occupying for far too long. The Brainwavz Delta delivers better bass, does detail equally well, and brings with it a host of accessories. If you spot a deal on these don’t think twice; just click the buy button already.

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    Brainwavz Delta: Detailed Review

    With the recent launch of the Brainvawz Delta, we have a very strong contender for the best value spot within the budget segment. So far, depending on the price point requested by readers writing in seeking suggestions, this coveted distinction would usually go to the lower priced Cowon EM1 or the slightly higher segment Cowon EK2. The Brainwavz Delta is here to bring balance to the force.


    Let’s see what it brings to the table. The build quality is slightly lower than the EK2. You don’t get the tangle free cable and the housing too, although made of metal, seems ever so slightly more delicate. However unlike the EK2 (or even the EM1) you get a huge sturdy hardcase with the Delta. This hardcase will certainly go a long way towards compensating for any build quality issues and making the Delta last that much longer. The Delta also has a three-button inline control pod.

    On our performance tests, when switching between the Delta and the EK2 we noticed that the EK2 is more sensitive and therefore produces higher decibel levels at the same gain level on your source. The bass performance is slightly better than the EK2. It’s a little tighter and more impactful. At the same time it should be mentioned that these are not bass-oriented headphones. More emphasis is on the highs. The lower mids are a little less represented though.

    The Brainwavz Delta is officially priced at Rs.1,599. However they hardly ever sell at that price on Amazon. Since launch we’ve noticed the price is often Rs.990 on Amazon. The bottomline is that the Delta is a perfect substitute for the Cowon EK2.


    Driver size: 8 mm
    Rated Impedance: 16 Ω
    Frequency Range: 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
    Sensitivity: 100 dB at 1 mW
    Rated Input Power: 20 mW
    Cable: 1.3 m
    Warranty: 2 Years


    Distributor: Swordstreet Technology Systems
    Availability: Amazon, Flipkart

    Siddharth Parwatay
    Siddharth a.k.a. staticsid is a bigger geek than he'd like to admit. Sometimes even to himself.
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