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After 2 months of perfect function , the right side speaker is playing at half volume than the left side. Strangely, if I let the MH1 unused for a day for a while I hear again both sides at the same volume for 15-30 minutes , until the right speaker again loses volume. 

 

I have the same issue sometimes with the 3 pairs of MH1 I have. That's pretty strange because 1 day after, everything is back to normal ! 

 

But i'm still satisfied with them, you can't beat the MH1 when they are priced at €5-10. 

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Originally Posted by lbanias View Post
 

After 2 months of perfect function , the right side speaker is playing at half volume than the left side. Strangely, if I let the MH1 unused for a day for a while I hear again both sides at the same volume for 15-30 minutes , until the right speaker again loses volume. 

 

I have the same issue sometimes with the 3 pairs of MH1 I have. That's pretty strange because 1 day after, everything is back to normal ! 

 

But i'm still satisfied with them, you can't beat the MH1 when they are priced at €5-10. 


I have a Bluetooth inears from Sony, the sbh20, and after 6 months it happened the same. The right inear phone plays at half the volume when compared to the other one.
I've treated them so gently that this didn't happen by any physical shock or anything like that.

I've got a replacement and for now it's working well as the previous one was. Hope this one lasts more.
This is a good device for the price it costs so i picked it again.
Hope you're next ones will last more than those.
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The SBH20 has MH750 speakers that are different than MH1 , at least the diameter and the housing are larger. I suspect that at MH1 what happens is kinda  related to driver flex. I have the MH750 with the MW600 bluetooth and never had any problems. The biggest advantage of our headsets is that you can use any other earbuds that enters into the headset plug, but the MH1 goes right into trash can after failure.

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