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post #31 of 234

I thought I read that the sound was changed as well, are you quoting Sony information, have heard the new model and done an A/B test, or are giving your expectation?

post #32 of 234

Any news on the release in the US, or is this Japan only?

post #33 of 234

Double post somehow...

post #34 of 234
I can't find any ref to changes to this model, looks identical to me which is a little lazy Sony.
Hope it sounds a little more controlled than the we 1r , it's a great portable but with some tracks it loses focus and can sound a little boxy to me.
post #35 of 234
Hah, they could've at least made it blue!
post #36 of 234
Or black on black :P
post #37 of 234

Really curious what Sony is trying to do here.  

post #38 of 234
The Mk2 BT version is still lacking Aptx... but the 10BT version has it.

http://www.sony-asia.com/product/mdr-1rbtmk2
post #39 of 234
The Mk2 BT version is still lacking Aptx... but the 10BT version has it.

http://www.sony-asia.com/product/mdr-1rbtmk2
post #40 of 234

http://www.sony-asia.com/product/mdr-1rmk2

 

on the Supplied Accessories : still don't update the information that the inline microphone support android

post #41 of 234

No reviews of the MK2 yet?

post #42 of 234

So if the sound is the same and only the cable is the addition, the AU$60 over the MDR-1R price do not seem a good deal. I might wait to ensure nothing else has changed before get the "MK1".

post #43 of 234

Subbed, definitely interested about the MDR-1RMK2, hope the difference is more than just an extra cable. If so, I`d definitely consider buying these as I`m looking to buy some cans soon. 

 

If anyone finds out anything about the 1rMk2, don`t be shy to post here or PM me. 


Edited by DubRapAndTrap - 11/7/13 at 2:55pm
post #44 of 234

well atleast the difference between MDR-1RBTMK2 and MDR-1RBT is that the MK2 version has support for aptx http://www.sony-asia.com/product/mdr-1rbtmk2

post #45 of 234
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlejoVillegas View Post
 

So if the sound is the same and only the cable is the addition, the AU$60 over the MDR-1R price do not seem a good deal. I might wait to ensure nothing else has changed before get the "MK1".

I wouldn't be surprised if all they decided to do was to fix the wobbly cable issue. We have a solution for that here (bluetak) provided by another forum member (Ra97oR I think) which works. Although it would be nice to not have that issue in the first place.

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