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post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by Dyaems View Post

home use = mad dog it looks fugly specially with the stickers on (no offense mr. speakers!),

Yep, with "Mad Dog" written over your head people would think you are carrying rabies. blink.gif

 

LOL

post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by wje View Post

 

Doesn't it also include in-line volume controls, Bluetooth connectivity, etc.?  Maybe Sony should just make a stripped down MDR-1R for music, and chop $50 off the price for dumping Bluetooth and the in-line volume control.


MDR-1R is stripped down and comes with extra cable w/o inline control. MDR-1RB has bluetooth and 1RNC noise cancelling circuit.

post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Andrew_WOT View Post

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Originally Posted by Dyaems View Post

home use = mad dog it looks fugly specially with the stickers on (no offense mr. speakers!),

Yep, with "Mad Dog" written over your head people would think you are carrying rabies. blink.gif

 

LOL

Really? I think it looks quite nice, but thats coming from someone who thinks the Grado Sr80i looks good.

post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by TheReem View Post

Grados are nice looking they have that old style thing going on. Same with mad dogs!

Wholeheartedly agree, there is nothing wrong with *old* Grado look, and everyone old and young like them.

 

post #20 of 21

Been interested in both the Mad Dogs and the MDR-1Rs and I (thankfully) found this comparison. Im not a basshead (if I was I wouldnt be looking at these two headphones now would I?) and Im content with average bass (it still does matter!) but I like my mids and trebles. So treble and mid-wise what would be the better?

post #21 of 21

I'm also interested in Mad Dogs vs the 1R's, any more impressions? I listened to the 1R's for the first time today, I really liked them out of my S4 phone, though I thought detail could be a bit better.

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