Empire Ears Bravado II UIEM

$1,199

Our Price | $1,119

Bravado II is the sound of maturity. Two years of extra development saw Empire Ears up the resolution in all aspects at their point of entry, giving this evolution the electrostatic treatment that yields reference detail and a tastefully linear frequency response.

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This champ's bass-driven presentation keeps life going on down low. It earns its stripes, literally, with a premium 'Deep Field' faceplate. 

The Advance cable from Nobunaga Labs adds a further touch of sweetness and presence to the mid-range. And iOS Lightning or Android USB-C users will enjoy Ikko's Zerda as an immediately audible upgrade.

Two electrostatic driver units join the proven platform that was the original Bravado's dynamic driver and balanced armature, making this possibly Head-Fi's most compelling entry level tri-brid option. 

It's no wonder Twister6 calls Bravado II "Legend X junior", Headfonics echoing it's one of the hardest-hitting releases recently. Headfonia recommends it for those who seek "a bass monster and want to feel the bass".

Bravado II can also be bought in custom (CIEM) form. Check out the rest of the Empire Ears range here, or view our other IEMs here.

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A really great all-round earphone.

The Bravado Mark 1 was also well received in its previous work, but this Mark 2 has a more delicate and superior resolution by mounting two electrostatic drivers. The sophisticated W9 driver has evolved into a W9+ driver with more fine tuning. The strong punch of the mid-bass was smoothed out more, and the trembling of the very low-pitched tone was further compensated. It is a typical Empire Ears sound with a warm-tilt-type tuning, and the high-pitched tone is not significantly emphasized, but it is a smooth sound overall with good resolution and separation. There is also a slightly strong bass feeling, but it is softened once by aging and is completed by mixing the sound. The Buravado Mark 2 is an in-ear earphone that will not be inferior even if you call it a masterpiece.

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A really great all-round earphone.

The Bravado Mark 1 was also well received in its previous work, but this Mark 2 has a more delicate and superior resolution by mounting two electrostatic drivers. The sophisticated W9 driver has evolved into a W9+ driver with more fine tuning. The strong punch of the mid-bass was smoothed out more, and the trembling of the very low-pitched tone was further compensated. It is a typical Empire Ears sound with a warm-tilt-type tuning, and the high-pitched tone is not significantly emphasized, but it is a smooth sound overall with good resolution and separation. There is also a slightly strong bass feeling, but it is softened once by aging and is completed by mixing the sound. The Buravado Mark 2 is an in-ear earphone that will not be inferior even if you call it a masterpiece.