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post #2266 of 3306
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Originally Posted by Kaffeemann View Post

Why do I need to hold a button to get sound out of my MH1??
 

 

Because it is not compatible with your source, you need to get MH1C or TRRS adapter.

post #2267 of 3306

Thanks. I already thought that.

It's also possible to use the included clip to keep the button pressed.

 

Maybe I will come up with a better solution soon, who knows...
 

post #2268 of 3306

You can also  try to unplug it just a bit, it should do the trick.

post #2269 of 3306

clieos or anyone that can be of assistance: do you know how can i fix the volume going down on one side after around half an hour of listening ?? its frustrating =(

post #2270 of 3306
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Originally Posted by r4tr4tr4t View Post

clieos or anyone that can be of assistance: do you know how can i fix the volume going down on one side after around half an hour of listening ?? its frustrating =(

Leave it alone for a few hours. It seems that moisture from your ears can cause this.

post #2271 of 3306

It is my 3rd week with MH1C. I posted earlier that they were too bass heavy. But something has changed now, may be it is burn in or my brain adjusting with their sound signature, bass seem quite toned down now. Sub bass is just amazing. I have never enjoyed any other pair I own (DBA02, RE262, CC51, Xba-3) as much as MH1C. They may be not as technically competent as other IEMs I own but they are just more satisfying. 


Edited by dilpal - 5/18/13 at 11:02am
post #2272 of 3306

I just wish that mid-bass would have been tighter and punchier


Edited by yalper - 5/18/13 at 11:09am
post #2273 of 3306

^ EQ is your friend.

Though I'm still working on the best setting.
 

post #2274 of 3306
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Leave it alone for a few hours. It seems that moisture from your ears can cause this.

 

that indeed fixes them, but the next day it will be the same story, 30 minutes of listening and then volume down on one side, every single day, is there anything i can do to prevent this from happening ?? thanks man

post #2275 of 3306

Re: [REVIEW] Sony MH1

It happened to me. I used the hairdryer to fix it quick lol
post #2276 of 3306
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Originally Posted by -sandro- View Post

It happened to me. I used the hairdryer to fix it quick lol

lol .. i guess i'll try that thanks man

post #2277 of 3306

Anyone know where I can get a pair of these besides eBay?  My SHE3590 went out on me and I'm hoping to replace them with these... Cheapest I could find on ebay are ~40, but I'm skeptical about it being genuine, also ~40 seems a little high for these?

post #2278 of 3306

http://www.waywal.com/sony-mh1c-headphones-headsets-earphones-for-sony-smartphones.html

 

Mine (bought it when it was 22usd) is original for sure -fake ones don't exist as far as i know. Just make sure you use paypal for safety reasons.

 

also: http://www.head-fi.org/t/632892/review-sony-mh1-the-best-kept-secret/2190#post_9379636


Edited by koporiko - 5/21/13 at 6:04pm
post #2279 of 3306

Re: [REVIEW] Sony MH1

try ebay.com, they're less than $40 shipped
post #2280 of 3306

Last time I checked, there weren't any MH1c fakes.

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