BA200 - best for jazz and vocal oriented tracks. Details abound and you think you are listening to a different version of every track you play. I listened to "Don't Speak" by No Doubt and I remember asking myself...is this the 2012 Version or the live version?...This is using my Rocoo P. I didnt get the same effect from an Iphone.
GR07 - best for drum and Bass/Rock and Guitar oriented tracks. They are just awesome, but tends to get nasal with male vocals...maybe I need to burn it in some more.
MH1C - They are too bass heavy/boomy/treble-shy/less detailed than the 07's and, to an even greater extent, the BA200. They offer no sonic advantage over the two, they are slow, decay is bad, they tend to get muddied and has some of the thinnest mids I have heard....and I like them! I like them a lot. this appeals to my practical side and I just like the fact that I can put them in my pocket without a pouch and not worry. Why not? Because they are sturdy, and if they break, I'll just get a new pair.
Technically, the BA200 wins the game. They are fast, detailed and clear and my favorite out of all the IEM i've owned. For dynamics and impact, it's hard to beat the 07's without breaking the bank. But just for pure fun and enjoyment, I think the MH1C can offer so much at its price point.
Edited by Annafrancesca - 12/2/12 at 10:35pm