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post #4756 of 25626
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Well the MH1Cs have arrived today, and initially am not so impressed,

I have been listening to the R1's for the past few days and they have just been brilliant for me,

Hopefully with a lot more burn in they should be a whole lot better.

They just don't seem to wow me at the moment,

same, but after around 12 hours and some EQ adjustment: less mid-bass to get rid of some 'muddiness" and a bit more treble.

 

They sound 'orgasmic'...for 20 bucks anyway...

post #4757 of 25626
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Originally Posted by sulkoudai View Post

same, but after around 12 hours and some EQ adjustment: less mid-bass to get rid of some 'muddiness" and a bit more treble.

They sound 'orgasmic'...for 20 bucks anyway...

Funny you should mention that. I just sent a MH1C to kalbee... with 18 packs oftissue as padding. He'll be sure to have something wipe the jizz off his MH1C after the eargasm that will inevitably happen tongue.gif
post #4758 of 25626
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Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post


Funny you should mention that. I just sent a MH1C to kalbee... with 18 packs oftissue as padding. He'll be sure to have something wipe the jizz off his MH1C after the eargasm that will inevitably happen tongue.gif

how thoughtful of you.

post #4759 of 25626
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Originally Posted by Omnom View Post

Well the MH1Cs have arrived today, and initially am not so impressed,

I have been listening to the R1's for the past few days and they have just been brilliant for me,

Hopefully with a lot more burn in they should be a whole lot better.

They just don't seem to wow me at the moment,

It is the exact opposite for mebiggrin.gif

post #4760 of 25626
Thread Starter 

I am convinced some of us are getting raw drivers with no burn in.  My pair sounded nothing like they do now on open box so for what it is worth I would definitely burn in your MH1s.  My pair sounded too warm and undefined on open box.

post #4761 of 25626
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Originally Posted by Dsnuts View Post

I am convinced some of us are getting raw drivers with no burn in.  My pair sounded nothing like they do now on open box so for what it is worth I would definitely burn in your MH1s.  My pair sounded too warm and undefined on open box.

Try telling that to some of the doods in that MH1C thread, you're gonna get hanged. Rather you are believer in burn-in or not, these IEMs sounds amazing. It can only progress with more use so just burn them in while you are not using, doesn't hurt a thing. beerchug.gif

post #4762 of 25626

who cares for them, the best thing is just to ignore them, i got a few of them on my banned list, so whatever.

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One thing i am noting is that the treble in mine, is not "laid back",  its a bit agressive, i am the only one hearing this?
 


Edited by rickdohc - 11/12/12 at 10:58am
post #4763 of 25626
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Originally Posted by rickdohc View Post

who cares ... burn in is free, so no harm there.

 

one thing i am noting is that the treble in mine, is not "laid back",  its a bit agressive, i am the only one hearing this?
 


haha lets just say the treble put me to sleep on these things. LoL My JVCs sound so much more aggressive. If you can deal with the crazy treble of the FX40s you can hang with these sonys for sure.  But maybe that's just me though so......

post #4764 of 25626
Thread Starter 

That is strange. I don't think mines have aggressive treble at all. It is a bit laid back if anything.

post #4765 of 25626

People should always remember there are so many factors that determine how IEMS will sound for people.

 

The tips, insertion/seal, source player, source files, genres, psychological factors, vague definitions of sound, previous experience, etc.
 

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Originally Posted by Zalithian View Post

People should always remember there are so many factors that determine how IEMS will sound for people.

 

The tips, insertion/seal, source player, source files, genres, psychological factors, vague definitions of sound, previous experience, etc.
 

 

+1

post #4767 of 25626

Thats true, but coming from this thread it would be agreed what would sound smooth or bright. compared to the fx40 (which are mighty bright) the mh1c are mighty smooth while clearing up a bit with time.

post #4768 of 25626
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Originally Posted by daveyostrow View Post

Thats true, but coming from this thread it would be agreed what would sound smooth or bright. compared to the fx40 (which are mighty bright) the mh1c are mighty smooth while clearing up a bit with time.

 

 

Yes, there are more smoth and less bright than the FX40, but not close to "laid back", at least my unit.

My Soundmagic E30 has a more relaxed and less bright highs. (but overall, doesnt sound as good as the MH1).


Edited by rickdohc - 11/12/12 at 2:05pm
post #4769 of 25626
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Originally Posted by sfwalcer View Post


haha lets just say the treble put me to sleep on these things. LoL My JVCs sound so much more aggressive. If you can deal with the crazy treble of the FX40s you can hang with these sonys for sure.  But maybe that's just me though so......

 

If you can deal with the crazy treble of the 40's, you can deal with anything lol!

post #4770 of 25626
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Originally Posted by WAYNENUMM View Post

 

If you can deal with the crazy treble of the 40's, you can deal with anything lol!


I know right, let the ear raping commence!!! biggrin.gif I still got love for my FX40s, though I don't miss them. haha

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