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post #2086 of 3396
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Originally Posted by Selenium View Post

The right 'phone of my MH1Cs has drastically less volume suddenly. This occured when just resealing them while using them. Nothing unusual happened and upon looking them over I can't see a problem.

I do use them at the gym a lot. Moisture maybe?

Probably. Let them rest for a few hours and they should be fine.

post #2087 of 3396
Double-post
Edited by Selenium - 3/24/13 at 8:48pm
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You were right. They're fine now.
post #2089 of 3396
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Originally Posted by Selenium View Post

You were right. They're fine now.

I've never had a volume or sound problem with my MH1Cs. I've heard a lot of people talk about it so it must be a common thing. I've also sweat while wearing them, I guess I just got lucky.

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How would you describe a "dark" sound? Because the MH1C are it. I don't mean warm sounding


Edited by jarrett - 3/25/13 at 5:20am
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Hmm...

 

Having picked up a Sony MW1 bluetooth adapter, I have listened to the pair of MH1s included, and - I agree with the concensus of this thread (albeit I haven't read all pages!) - that - as a giveaway product these are a steal!!

 

...So much so, that from a link on the first page (refresher - here) - at £8.95 each, I couldn't resist ordering another couple of pairs!!

 

These really do make me question the need to keep carrying around the Monster Tributes - Don't get me wrong, the Tributes are better - but, 30 times better???

 

;o)

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Thread Starter 

Since you have the MW1 - don't update to the latest 'E' firmware just yet. It has some bug and Sony is working for a bugfix now.

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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

Since you have the MW1 - don't update to the latest 'E' firmware just yet. It has some bug and Sony is working for a bugfix now.

+10000000000 to this. It is a VERY serious bug -- choppy sound, loss of signal etc.

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Thanks for the heads up - I will leave it at wherever it is then :)

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i need help guys. i listen mainy to  pop/kpop and having trouble deciding between these and the vsonic gr02 BE. I also hav a brother who is a basshead (he listens to dubsteb, vocal trance etc.). Would the MH1c suit him as well?

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Originally Posted by feeblely View Post

i need help guys. i listen mainy to  pop/kpop and having trouble deciding between these and the vsonic gr02 BE. I also hav a brother who is a basshead (he listens to dubsteb, vocal trance etc.). Would the MH1c suit him as well?

I have both and it depends on what sound signature you prefer. I like the GR02 BE better as it has a bit more punch and the highs are more detailed and crisp but if you like a more laid back (smoother) top end and more of a rumble than punch, you may like the MH1C. Here was my full comparison:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/640788/40-iem-battle-royale-rha-ma-350-added-3-1-13

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Originally Posted by zerocoolhifi View Post

I have both and it depends on what sound signature you prefer. I like the GR02 BE better as it has a bit more punch and the highs are more detailed and crisp but if you like a more laid back (smoother) top end and more of a rumble than punch, you may like the MH1C. Here was my full comparison:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/640788/40-iem-battle-royale-rha-ma-350-added-3-1-13

I have both IEM's.

I have a very similar impression of the 2 as well, but I much preferred the laid back signature of the Sony.  Every time I put on the GR02 BE I had to turn down the sound because it was just too much for my ears.

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I don't know if it has been already said but the MH1C fits perfectly my shure e2c tips so we can reasonably expect a compatibility with comply S 200

T 200/TS 200/TX 200/TSX 200

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I have been thinking for a while to recable them and today i have finally done it. It wasn't easy but I think its not bad for someone who has never used a solder before :P. 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by PakoBoy - 3/29/13 at 5:29pm
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^ WOW, a detachable cable on these MH1Cs!!! How much did that cable/ total mod cost you???

 

GIMME GIMME NOW.

 

Great job dood!!!

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