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post #2746 of 4175

Fast.. BUY.. fast.. prices are going up!

 

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/632892/review-sony-mh1-the-best-kept-secret

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/634193/sony-mh1-r-d-story-and-discussion/30#post_8833006

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008CCSD7K
 

post #2747 of 4175

What are the MH1 comparable to?

post #2748 of 4175

i just got these, listened to them using the earbuds that come with them and i found them to sound airy and overall sounded like the crappiest headphones in the world

 

Just changed earbuds for some sony ones

 

MIND= BLOWN

 

i can't believe that the covers make that much of a differnce before there was no bass and crappy sound and now they are awesome

 

these are some nice headphones

 

seriously they are awesome for studying in the library when you don't want people to hear what your listening to (zelda techno)

 

tried the tape trick and the bass on these things is pretty impressive

post #2749 of 4175
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Originally Posted by noobcakes View Post

i just got these, listened to them using the earbuds that come with them and i found them to sound airy and overall sounded like the crappiest headphones in the world

 

Just changed earbuds for some sony ones

 

MIND= BLOWN

 

i can't believe that the covers make that much of a differnce before there was no bass and crappy sound and now they are awesome

 

these are some nice headphones

 

seriously they are awesome for studying in the library when you don't want people to hear what your listening to (zelda techno)

 

tried the tape trick and the bass on these things is pretty impressive

Never heard the term zelda techno but if its something like Kraftwerk, I am all in.

post #2750 of 4175

If I knew before hand, I may have considered them. But I already pulled the trigger on the MP8320s

Quite excited given all the hype with these headphones atsmile.gif

post #2751 of 4175

I really wish shipping to Australia wasn't about $30AUD otherwise I'd be all over these, are there any Aussie resellers? or any US shops that'll ship to Aus cheap-ly?

post #2752 of 4175
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Originally Posted by Dabboo View Post

I really wish shipping to Australia wasn't about $30AUD otherwise I'd be all over these, are there any Aussie resellers? or any US shops that'll ship to Aus cheap-ly?

Check out member "some1" I think he is still selling them to overseas head fiers.
post #2753 of 4175
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Originally Posted by rickdohc View Post

Jonny, check out those Sonys MH1C.. hurry up cause price is going up, even at $25 they are steal.. no, dont walk.. RUN JONNY!  RUUN!

 

Have you listened to them? What are they like?
post #2754 of 4175
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Originally Posted by noobcakes View Post

i just got these, listened to them using the earbuds that come with them and i found them to sound airy and overall sounded like the crappiest headphones in the world

Just changed earbuds for some sony ones

MIND= BLOWN

i can't believe that the covers make that much of a differnce before there was no bass and crappy sound and now they are awesome

these are some nice headphones

seriously they are awesome for studying in the library when you don't want people to hear what your listening to (zelda techno)

tried the tape trick and the bass on these things is pretty impressive

They're great arn't they? BTW I have zelda techno too, how can you study to that??
post #2755 of 4175
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Originally Posted by JonnyRocket View Post

Have you listened to them? What are they like?

Yes, i got them and thas why i am absolutly sure you will love them. Bigger, thicker sound, much more detailed, the bass is mind blowing (not bass cannon), wider soundtage and no hazzle using them (maybe the cord).

They are still under $30 so get them , prices are going up fast. Heck, i would gladly pay $40 for them.
post #2756 of 4175

I like the MH1C, nice, comfy. My only complaint would be the gobs of bass.

post #2757 of 4175
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Originally Posted by rickdohc View Post

Yes, i got them and thas why i am absolutly sure you will love them. Bigger, thicker sound, much more detailed, the bass is mind blowing (not bass cannon), wider soundtage and no hazzle using them (maybe the cord).
They are still under $30 so get them , prices are going up fast. Heck, i would gladly pay $40 for them.

I'll definitely check them out thanks!
post #2758 of 4175
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Originally Posted by scootsit View Post

I like the MH1C, nice, comfy. My only complaint would be the gobs of bass.

Seems like the hype train never stops. Although I have benefited from the hype with the 8320s and am thankful to DSNuts. However, I have pretty much learned whats my preferred sound signature and now I can pretty much decipher what hyped headphone will interest me. Asking a lot of questions on the type of sound and if available a FR graph can really nail it for me. I definitely do not like a V shaped frequency response. Balanced is the way to go for me.

post #2759 of 4175

I thought this thread was about the 8320s, not some random Sony in-ear.

post #2760 of 4175
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Originally Posted by takato14 View Post

I thought this thread was about the 8320s, not some random Sony in-ear.


Well, so far this thread has hit "some random" Phillips (3580) and numerous OVC (monoprice) IEMs. I think the commonality is just relatively cheap IEMs. Yes, it's about the 8320, but I don't think it's particularly inappropriate to talk about other cheap IEMs.

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