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Poll Results: If you have heard all three budget earphones, which one do you prefer?

 
  • 40% (11)
    LG QuadBeat /Special Edition
  • 44% (12)
    Sony MH1 /MH-1C
  • 14% (4)
    Logitech Ultimate Ears UE200 /200vi
27 Total Votes  
post #16 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Sleep Mode zZ View Post

The sound of MH1C is near perfect. Pity that they don't stay in my ears - damn the cable and the overall ergonomics!

 

It's such a shame Sony isn't using the MH1 to improve it further. How difficult could a "MH1 Premium" be? Different cables, a set of cheap accessories including their very own Sony hybrid tips and finally a leather pouch. I wouldn't care if it cost 3 times as much.

post #17 of 19

You have an accurate description on the LG Quadbeat. I got mine which comes free with the phone(LG Optimus G Pro). I initially thought it had piercing highs but I found out that it was phone's player fault and switch to Rocket Player which brought all of the IEM's real qualities.

post #18 of 19

I tried today a friends LG QuadBeat and I would agree with a previous post. I can not find absolutely any area that the LG perform better than the MH1.

 

On the MH1 it does not matter how you set the equalizer. The mids are a bit recessed but the sound as a whole is super crisp with excellent separation and no congested highs, only the bass is a tad on the high side for my liking but I am sure many people would love that. On the contrary it does affect a lot  the LG's (on flat setting they sound like cheap earphones IMHO).

 

I guess there is nothing even remotely close to the MH1 for their price.

post #19 of 19

You need a deep insertion for the Quadbeat SE to really sing. I was truly shocked with the sound quality at this price once I get the right deep insertion. Truly...for those who's not getting a good sound out of the Quadbeat SE do yourself a favor and insert them deep into your ears and you'll understand what I'm saying. They're hands down better than the MH1 in overall sound quality and far more balanced than the MH1. The MH1 low end is overly emphasized and the mids are too recessed. The only thing that MH1 excel is the soundstage. At this price, the Quadbeat SE is a clear winner...better than my Sony MH1 and Zero Audio Tenore. 

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