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Good choice cuz you don't wanna get shot.  Although there is a lil' thing call drive-bys. haha 

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^ haha well played!

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Ok, i know...a little overacting. But pretty darn cute...
Edited by Annafrancesca - 1/19/13 at 1:38pm
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^ haha well played!

can you boys go play somewhere else and keep this thread on topic

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Anyone know a place in the UK that could re-cable these?

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Originally Posted by PakoBoy View Post

I received today the MH1 and surprisingly the work with my iPhone 5 and the mic also works fine. If i keep the center button pushed it opens siri. But when using them with my macbook or ipod i have to keep the center button pushed to work them properly. Anyone else had the same experience ??

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My MH1c doesn't have the Sony logo shown in pictures originally posted by ClieOS. Does that mean it's fake? 

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^^ I got the MH1c as well that came in a plastic bag with the tips and clip. it has a small tag on the cable, no logo. The MH1 is the Sony Ericsson version which sports the logo. I also have read somewhere that since they are fairly cheap, most manufacturers wouldn't bother making knock-offs. i think you MH1c is legit. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by Annafrancesca - 1/19/13 at 1:21pm
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Originally Posted by listenCarefully View Post

My MH1c doesn't have the Sony logo shown in pictures originally posted by ClieOS. Does that mean it's fake? 

As I understand, the MH1 has the logo; the MH1c does not have it.
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Originally Posted by listenCarefully View Post

My MH1c doesn't have the Sony logo shown in pictures originally posted by ClieOS. Does that mean it's fake? 

 

In the original post by ClieOS he already clarified that there is only a cosmetic difference between the MH1 and the MH1-C, not sound. I have both the MH1 and the MH1-C and they sound exactly the same.

 

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Originally Posted by PakoBoy View Post

I received today the MH1 and surprisingly the work with my iPhone 5 and the mic also works fine. If i keep the center button pushed it opens siri. But when using them with my macbook or ipod i have to keep the center button pushed to work them properly. Anyone else had the same experience ??

 

I needed to hold the center button for the MH1 to sound properly on my android phone. Do you have the MH1 or MH1-C? You probably already know that you need an adapter for the MH1 (not the MH1-C). I thought I didn't need an adapter for the MH1 since I wasn't interested in the headset control features, it turns out the wires are all rearranged.

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Originally Posted by PocketSmiley View Post

 

In the original post by ClieOS he already clarified that there is only a cosmetic difference between the MH1 and the MH1-C, not sound. I have both the MH1 and the MH1-C and they sound exactly the same.

 

 

I needed to hold the center button for the MH1 to sound properly on my android phone. Do you have the MH1 or MH1-C? You probably already know that you need an adapter for the MH1 (not the MH1-C). I thought I didn't need an adapter for the MH1 since I wasn't interested in the headset control features, it turns out the wires are all rearranged.

well that's the weird think. I have the MH1 and with my iphone 5 I dont need a adapter, but when using it with my ipod or macbook i need a adapter or push the center button to sound right.

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Thanx guys, I think maybe ClieOS labeled the pics wrong because they both have logo but, now that I think of it, I really didn't need to ask. If someone is making a knockoff that sounds this good who cares.biggrin.gif

Of course, as Annafrancesca says, there's no point in knocking off a $20-40 earphone. 

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BTW dudes, 

I know that reviews ALWAYs have to be taken with a grain of salt but, it's curious that none of the low priced IEMs mentioned here (as competition for the MH1), have gotten any attention from any of the large volume reviewers on this site? How about that huh ...huh??? biggrin.gif

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Take THAT  sfwalcer atsmile.gif


Edited by listenCarefully - 1/19/13 at 1:57pm
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Originally Posted by listenCarefully View Post

BTW dudes, 

I know that reviews ALWAYs have to be taken with a grain of salt but, it's curious that none of the low priced IEMs mentioned here (as competition for the MH1), have gotten any attention from any of the large volume reviewers on this site? How about that huh ...huh??? biggrin.gif


I believe the MH1C generally suits more peoples sound preferences where some of the others in this price range are a little more sound sig specific - but also the Monoprice has almost 3 times as many views as this thread (but I dont like those anyway)evil_smiley.gif everyone is always looking for the 'Hidden Gem'

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