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SeeAudio Bravery In-Ear Monitors Review

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Introduction

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SeeAudio is a Chinese audio brand that started out within China and made a name for itself quickly in an extremely competitive IEM market. The SeeAudio Yume, Neo, and Kaguya were but three of the models that helped there, and these were also those the company launched its international sales with earlier this year. I have no experience with any of those three at this point, but, rather, a brand-new model introduced a couple of weeks ago, which seemed an apt opportunity to debut the brand. Thanks to HiFiGo, via SeeAudio, for providing TechPowerUp a review sample!


This new model adopts a wholly English name in an attempt to better appeal globally, and we thus get the SeeAudio Bravery. It has four balanced armature (BA) drivers in each IEM and promises a lot in the sound signature department, too. The decision to go with all BA drivers is bold and has led to several brave-related puns already. I'll spare you those and will mention here that SeeAudio has also partnered with a couple of accessory makers—HAKUGEI for the cable and AZLA for the ear tips—to make for a potentially impressive unboxing experience. Let's get to that on the next page after having taken a look at the product specifications in the table below.

Specifications

SeeAudio Bravery In-Ear Monitors
Shell:Black resin body with ink/applique face plate
Cable:6N (99.9999% pure) OCC copper conductor with cloth sleeving
Driver Units:Four Knowles and Sonion balanced armature drivers
Sensitivity:110 +/-1dB/mW @ 1 kHz
Frequency Response:20 Hz–20 kHz
Impedance:18 Ω @ 1 kHz
Cable Connectors:3.5 mm TRS plug to source + two 0.78 mm 2-pin plugs to IEMs
Cable Length:4 ft/1.2 m +/-5%
Warranty:One year
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