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post #16 of 21

MH1C is really crazy value. Something so cheap ($30) can be almost on par with the GR07 which cost so much more. I don't think you can even find something better else in this pricerange.


Edited by 3lurverry - 11/19/12 at 10:10am
post #17 of 21

The MH1C are getting a lot of attention on here, because of the one review?  Were they pretty much unknown before this review?  They seem like a one-off miracle considering everything else Sony puts out in the same price range is mediocre at best.  Kind of confused as to why this Sony pair is so vastly superior to everything else Sony puts out in the budget category.
 

post #18 of 21

You can't just judge one iem just by comparing it to the company that makes them. You should try to listen to it. At $30, it is an absolute steal. I was skeptical at first when i read the reviews but now i know why are they getting all these attention. CAUSE IT IS REALLY THAT AWESOME! =)

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by glove4 View Post

The MH1C are getting a lot of attention on here, because of the one review?  Were they pretty much unknown before this review?  They seem like a one-off miracle considering everything else Sony puts out in the same price range is mediocre at best.  Kind of confused as to why this Sony pair is so vastly superior to everything else Sony puts out in the budget category.

 

there are now lots of reviews that confirm that they do sound good
they are popular because they're arent too many budget iems that ear rave reviews like them
post #20 of 21

Ive come to realize what I am going to suggest is taboo on these forums. 

 

But if you want punchy bass with inline controls, Skullcandy Heavy Medals will work for you.

 

I have owned a pair of Skullcandy Titans, which have broken, and I can say the quality of the sound isnt half bad as long as you dont use them at full volume. And you cant beat their warranty

 

Before anyone bashes me I use a pair of V-Moda Crossfade LP2s, I dont care for skullcandy since these forums have revealed such names as V-Moda, Sennheiser, and Audio Technica 


Edited by Aaron94 - 11/18/12 at 9:40pm
post #21 of 21
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so far I found that these are pretty solid drivers.. Sony xb90ex, monster turbine, soul sl99 , and Hippo vB. how is the mid range with the xb90's?
Edited by chevy454 - 11/19/12 at 8:11am
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