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post #16 of 26
the mh-650c (c for the newer Sony phones which uses ctia jack configuration), is pretty nice as well. ranks 2nd behind the my all time favourite hpm-78.
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by DigDub View Post

the mh-650c (c for the newer Sony phones which uses ctia jack configuration), is pretty nice as well. ranks 2nd behind the my all time favourite hpm-78.
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by DigDub View Post

the mh-650c (c for the newer Sony phones which uses ctia jack configuration), is pretty nice as well. ranks 2nd behind the my all time favourite hpm-78.

I have mh650c and mh1c, they have really similar sound signature. However, the mh1c has better details in every category. Don't get me wrong, mh650c is still great for a pair of stock headset. I'm using mh650c with comply t500 tips, huge improvements
post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by DigDub View Post

the mh-650c (c for the newer Sony phones which uses ctia jack configuration), is pretty nice as well. ranks 2nd behind the my all time favourite hpm-78.

I have mh650c and mh1c, they have really similar sound signature. However, the mh1c has better details in every category. Don't get me wrong, mh650c is still great for a pair of stock headset. I'm using mh650c with comply t500 tips, huge improvements
post #20 of 26

I was quite surprised by the earpods when I first tried them. Compared to the previous stock pieces from apple, this is a descent upgrade!

post #21 of 26

Thanks for review. Thought ears were deceiving me with the samsung's

post #22 of 26

How does the EHS64 compare vs the she3580 or vsonic gr02?


Edited by lilboozy - 2/9/13 at 9:50am
post #23 of 26
Is the mh750 a j cord or y cord?
post #24 of 26
Thread Starter 
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Is the mh750 a j cord or y cord?

 

Asymmetrical / J

post #25 of 26

Okay thanks!

post #26 of 26
Found out this thread and I wanted to say I kind of like how the mh750 sounds. Nowadays I'm using it to get used to in-ears and I don't think it sounds bad at all. It has a decent non bloated bass and nice highs, it's also pretty detailed. With some eq it can be balanced to fit most genres. Normally I just bump up the highs a bit with eq.

There was a time I only had the mh750 and the Sennheiser Momentum in-ear and preferred the mh750 because the momentum had a nasty bloated bass that I disliked a lot. I also have the Samsung iem and the earpods and the mh750 sound a lot cleaner than both. The earpod just sounds like crap unless I use foams like on regular earbuds, then it sounds ok but very dark, it has a good bas for an earbud but not much else imo, it's also very uncomfortable compared to regular earbuds.
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