Sony MH1 Livesound Hi-Fi Stereo In-Ear Headphones | Reviews

Sony MH1 Livesound Hi-Fi Stereo In-Ear Headphones

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  1. Ed Grip
    2.0/5,
    "Coulda been a contender"
    Pros - Sound good
    Cons - J-cord noodle flap tentacles of doom.
    Bought these based on reviews, as I like buying new cheap earphones because I invariably lose them sooner or later. 
     
    I've signed up just to state that - to me - the cord is a dealbreaker.
    The earphones sound fine, but I just can't imagine a scenario where I might be stationary enough to use them. There doesn't seem to be a way of wearing them - either behind or in front of your neck - which isn't impossible. Whichever way you turn the earphone before you insert it, the huge noodle-spring cable is immediately trying to twist it back out of your ear. (It doesn't help that the in-line controls are so close to the earpiece)
     
    If I'm walking, it usually achieves this in under a minute. The extra rubberised surface area of the flat cable creates unnecessary friction on your clothes, which adds additional pulling forces to the earphones. To top it off, because of the friction and comparative stiffness of the cable combined with the fact that it's impossible to wear them up-and-over-the-ear, microphonics are a nightmare. Rumble rumble rumble, they go, unless you stay perfectly still like you're playing musical statues.
     
    It's frustrating and baffling that Sony have saddled an obviously well-designed and good driver with such an infuriating cable. I've abandoned them - the Piston 3s are infinitely more usable and wearable in every way. Unless you want to cut the drivers off and solder them onto a normal cable for fun, I can't recommend them. 
  2. sbcontt
    3.0/5,
    "Old gold, but don't pay more than $20 for this"
    Pros - Good bass, clear sound, sturdy flat tangle-free cable, handly controls, microphones are better than that of stock IEMs
    Cons - these days you can find better SQ at much cheaper cost, requires powerful amp
    I wanted to rate it 2 stars, but would have been flamed if I did that. There is also the fact that I got it cheap, and you can too.
    I have no real complaint against this headset other than its price. When it was introduced, it was value for money. Nowadays there are stock smartphone IEMs that offer nearly as good or slightly better sound quality, well maybe not the bass, but bass is not everything.
     
    So if you already have an MH1, stick to it and do not purchase any new low end headphone hoping for an improvement. But, if you are planning to buy an MH1, please don't. Instead get a Sony MH750.
     
    The MH1 is for bassheads in general. It requires much more power than the likes of Soundmagic E10 and you need to keep that in mind when using the MH1 on a PC. USB powered DACs simply can't play the MH1. I am talking about the MH1, not MH1C or MH1A or other variants. I am not sure whether there is a difference, but if Sony dropped the impendance in the newer models, it might improve things quite a bit.
  3. Mellowship
    4.5/5,
    "Excellent sound quality with lots of detail on a product that could be better designed"
    Pros - Sound quality, value, mic and controls work with Nokia Lumia
    Cons - Flat cable, J-cord design, size and placement of the controls/mic pod
    These are really good-sounding IEMs, a little bit on the bass-side but very balanced and detailed, both in micro and macrodynamics. You should expect to be surprised by how such little IEMs with such a little driver (5,8mm) can produce such a big and full-bodied sound, with correct timbre, fine decay and attack and a very controlled mid-bass. Treble is soft but very defined.
     
    The cons are about the design. Like in almost every Sony product, there is something that doesn't make sense. For instance, the cable splitter is badly placed and the way the cables come out of it makes absolutely no sense. If it is intended to use the right driver around the neck, why on earth the cable parts from below the splitter? 
     
    The microphone has good quality and, for those brave Lumia fans out there, it works with your smartphones, as well as the volume keys and command button. 
  4. wolfjeanne
    4.0/5,
    "Cheap sturdy fun"
    Pros - Fun sound, excellent isolation, durable, good looking
    Cons - Awkward cable, not neutral, limited acessories
    I've had these Sony MH1C's  for quite a while now - which in itself says something about their durability, and I've grown to like them. 1
    First things first though, let's start of by saying that these IEM by no means compare to competitors twice their price; at least not to good offerings in that price range. This might have been true when you could buy them for a lot less, but at their current price I bought them for - 30 euro's - they are very good for their class. If you have more money to spend or want a neutral sound, you can find better options. If you don't, these are solid contenders if you are looking for a sturdy pair of on-the-go headphones that have a "fun" sound

    Build and design
    The build is probably what I like best about these earbuds; they will not break. I do not know if it just me, but I tend to break my headphones rather quickly. With my full-size headphones this could be helped by buying ones with detachable cables. When trying the same with IEM by buying Xear pure audio ones I was rather disappointed; even with the incredible sale codes they have there always I did not really find them worth my money.
    Enter the Sonys. The noodle J-style cord has been the subject of much debate with regards to comfort, but it is certainly quality made.The small angled connector is another plus. Since these are manly used on-the-go, having an angled connector is essential so that insides of the cable will not break so easily when kept in the pocket of my trousers while walking or cycling. The housings and connector are made of the same (in my opinion beautiful) brushed metal basis with rubber top that end in a strain relief with the right amount of rigidity.
    The four button remote is too large though. I do have a compatible sony phone, so that I can actually use the fourth button, but the use is very limited since there are not many apps that can use it's input.
     
    Comfort and seal
    The headphones insert very deeply. Their seal is excellent. Some people have been complaining about a sort of vacuum effect, i.e. when taking the headphones out one can feel a suction because the tips still seal tightly. I have this also, but find it rather pleasant since it also means that the sound isolation is excellent and the headphones do not come out easily. When working in a buzzy environment or commuting I much rather have these in than be wearing one of my full-size headphones that cost 3-7 times as much, simply because I can lock the outside world out and just listen to my music at moderate volume.
    For working out these are not so great though since the microphonics are considerable. The supplied clip solves this to some extent, but when taking these for a jog the noise becomes loud enough to be annoying.
    Probably the most discussed topic here though is the cable design. As said, the MH1C's have a J-style flat cable. This is especially annoying at the left ear, since it tends to pull. The problem is not as bad though as some described. The cable is namely also very... rough(?). I don't mean to say sticky, but certainly the opposite of slippery. Rubbery might come closest. This is especially so when having the cable directly against the skin. So after putting the earbuds in I pull a bit on the left side so that it has some excess cable and then tuck it in my collar so that it wont slip back. Again, this makes it less ideal for working out, because the cable does not stick so well that it can resist all the jumping around.
     
    Sound
    With rather recessed and smooth highs, warm mids and very impactfull and present lows, these are certainly not neutral. They are aimed at the general public that values a fun sound over accuracy. It lends itself exceptionally well for electronic music, rock, some types of metal, and some Indie. Soundstage is rather narrow. Separation is reasonable for the price. If you are used to full-size headphones be prepared to be let down here especially - it is a bit inert to IEM's though. I always find the sound best described through some songs, so let's go to that.
    All songs in 320 kb/s MP3 or higher from a laptop. Using my Sabre 2 DAC did not really make a difference; the Sony's sound rather the same. Only the soundstage and detail was the tiniest amount better. There are hardly any differences between devices though.
    Radical Face - Welcome Home, Son This song sounds very good, plain and simple. The warmness is very nice here which especially makes the guitar shine. The piano gets pushed to the background a bit though, but the overall feeling is very pleasant. In the intro of Let the river in, the next song on the album, the sound stage seems to open up a bit. Not majorly, but the very obviously distant sounds of a kid playing do appear distant. The violin is very smooth sounding - it could do with a little rougher edge.
    Pendulum - Slam Did anyone say bass? The low bass extension really shines here, although there is still too much upper bass to make it punchy rather than a bit bloated. I'm almost ashamed to say that I think the music fares well by it though. Again, the highs are a bit too smooth in places, but the drums have just the right amount of dryness. Mids are overwhelmed slightly. If it is your thing, go wild.
    Linkin Park - Hands Held High Some of you might be thinking: Linkin Park; more bass? But not in this song. On different IEMs - my Yamaha EPH-20 for exampe - the violins and multi-voice singing can really leave me breathless. Not here though. The highs are too smooth to shine. It can not get enough air. Admittedly, the Yamahas also had a major issue with sibilance, which I have never experienced on these Sonys so there is always the trade off. In the next song, no more sorrow the howling and growling guitars are better suited to the Sony's sound profile. Impact and attack are excellent.
    The Black Keys - Waiting on Words I really like the Black Key's latest album. The Sonys hold their ground well with the smooth vocals and sixties-sound, making the vibrating guitars sound very lively. Similar type songs - Pearl Jam, Queens of the Stone age etc. - all sound fun if a bit thin in the upper mids. When listening like I am now, concentrated in a quiet room with the volume a tad loud, the amount of bass in the drums is too much. However, when outside or at lower volumes this adds a sort of natural loudness. When I am in a quiet room I have my full-size headphones anyway.
    Ólafur Arnalds - Found songs (album) This album by an immensely talented semi-hidden Icelandic composer shows that the MH1C can produce very decent highs when they are not overwhelmed by the warmer underside. The soundstage on for example Raein opens up somewhat. While I can not even pronounce the title, the Sonys play Allt varð hljótt very acceptably. The violins get a bit sharp, but they are supposed to, and the echoing sounds in the background are very well distinguishable. The combination of cello and violin in Lost Song is excellent. The cello adds a rough and slightly warm but not overly-present touch, and the piano ostinato keeps dripping away in the background. The synthetic drum in my opinon does not add much to the composition, but I can hardly blame the earbuds for that. They sounds rather veiled and have a soft, rumbling quality rather than having impact. But this still holds when I listen to the song with my Philips Fidelio L2, so that is most likely to blame on the mix.
    Enter Shikari - Gandhi mate, Gandhi One big bang. The crowded sections of the music - most notably 1:00 'till 1:30 - is too difficult for the tiny buds drivers to accurately represent, but oh my do they make up for it in the other sections. The sound is very dynamic and quite snappy.
    Daft Punk - Get Lucky The warmness lends itself better to this song though. The funky base and minimal guitar sound just pop and crackle. Details get lost though, but I am too buzzy enjoying the sound to really mind by now.
     
    When I put my Philips L2's back on, I hear how much these buds lack. But it is not fair to compare them to full-size open back headphones that cost a lot more. I do not own them for the same purpose. I have these as a pair of sturdy, reliable, on-the-go earbuds that I can just chuck in my pocket and then use anywhere, and they serve that purpose very well considering their price. They might not be for everyone, and the hype on this forum a while back was only justified because they were a lot cheaper then. The 30 euros I paid for them where well worth it I think, but if prices go a lot higher there might be better options out there.
  5. idkostadinov
    5.0/5,
    "Great sound for earphones under 100$"
    Pros - Deep bass, good middle, balanced sound.
    Cons - Middle can be a little better ...
    Great sound for the money you pay. 
    It the beginning i used them only on the desk and i hated that right cable is longer than left. But later i started wearing it out in the street, subway, etc. and i find this very useful. 
  6. recarcar
    3.0/5,
    "Very decent for the price"
    Pros - Decent sound stage, price
    Cons - Cord, microphone placement
    After a month of use:
     
    After getting used to this IEM I do think they are very decent. After a few hours of listening they now sound much warmer with good bass response, mids and highs are decent. They are very, very warm and have a lot of color to them. They are definitely not neutral but create a pretty fun sound that is enjoyable to my ears. The bass tends to be overextended and can muddy the sound a bit. They occasionally can also sound fairly closed in. In general though, they are pleasant, comfortable, and have a very decent sound stage. I still cannot say that these compare at all to the GR07s, but for less than $40, these are very fun to listen to and the warmness and color they produce does make a lot of music pretty engaging. I should note that I have not really used these outdoors because the level of microphonics on this earphone is very high. I have also gotten used to the awkward placement of the mic and controls but I can definitely see this being a problem for some. 
  7. puche1010
    3.0/5,
    "Great sounding earphone for its price. But comes with a lot of setbacks too."
    Pros - Value for money, Bass
    Cons - Cable, Treble
    Build:
    Build quality is decent. But the J-cord flat cable is a nightmare. It's so bad that I would consider it as a deal-breaker. First of all, I have no problem with J-cords. But for a J-cord with stiff flat cable? It's possibly the worst combination ever. Not to mention that they've placed the remote just beneath the left earpiece. That means the remote will always stick out right beneath your left ear and produce a lot of cable noises. And it's such a hassle to use the remote because of the placement. I would much prefer if it was placed lower. And the cable splitter is a garbage. It was designed in a way that it the left cable won't stick out if you are NOT wearing the the left earphone. But once you wear the left earphone, the cable would just stick out right in front. I find all of these very annoying.
     
    Comfort:
    For my ears, the flimsy silicone eartips from Sony is very uncomfortable. That type of eartips would just suck my eardrums and me headache. So I've just changed the eartips. Plain simple. What I find very uncomfortable is the cable noise produced by the J-cord. The huge remote and the flat cable would always rub against my neck. I found an easy solution for the right cable by using the clip provided in the package. But the left cable that has the remote is the biggest issue here. And up to now, I found no solution to it.
     
    Sound Quality:
     
    -Bass: Very exciting. Mid and lower bass is amazing in this earphone. It has some kind of slam to it that makes it sound very rich and thick. However, the upper bass is pretty loose. It lacks tightness which results to a bit muddy sound.
     
    -Midrange: Very smooth. Though it will tend to sound a bit hazy whenever the bass hits hard.
     
    -Treble: As smooth as the mids. Though this time, it is very underwhelming for me to be honest. The treble in this earphone presents too less details. It makes songs sound very dry and lifeless. Kills all the excitement produced by the bass.
     
    -Soundstage: Spacious. But because of the lack of treble, the bass is just everywhere which make it sound a bit unclean and plasticky.
  8. lin0003
    4.0/5,
    "Excellent, especially for the price"
    Pros - Sound Quality, Price/Performance Ratio, Remote for Android
    Cons - J-Cord, Not Compatible with Apple, Slight Veil
    First of all, I would like to thank H20Fidelity for lending me his pair of MH-1Cs. 
    Recently, there has been much hype about the Sonys and finally, I got an opportunity to listen to them. From what I've read, they just come with the IEMs and 1 pair of tips - nothing else. Personally, I don't mind, but I just wished that it had a case for me to put them in when I'm not using them because the cable flops around and does not stay in one spot. Build quality is decent and it doesn't feel flimsy. It may be worth noting that much of the body is made of metal. Now, let's move on to sound:
     
    Sound Quality
    First of all, I was really impressed by these budget IEMs and feel like they can compete with much more expensive IEMs. Sound will be broken into bass, midrange and treble. 
    Bass
    The bass is what struck out the most to me. It is certainly exaggerated, but not to the extent that it is a bit muddy like the Monster Turbines. The bass is fast, has good impact and does not bleed at all. The detail in the bass is also exceptional for the price. You can easily make out the details in each drum hit and each string plucked in a bass guitar. It performs exceptionally in pop songs and everything sounds very energetic. While the bass may not satisfy bassheads or people who like beats, it is certainly enough for me and I do feel like the bass is the best part of the MH-1C. 
    Midrange
    The midrange is just a tad bit recessed, but it is still very enjoyable and I don't feel like the mids are distant by any means. Instruments sound very good, but sometimes, I just feel like there is a tiny bit of a veil and same goes for the vocals. However, on the bright side, the midrange detail is very good and separation is decent, but if you consider the price, it is actually very impressive. For example, on the track Some Nights, I can tell roughly where each singer is, but it isn't as clear as say a Brainwavz B2 for example, but that is understandable since the B2 is much more expensive. 
    Treble
    This is the part where I find that the Sony MH-1Cs are not as good as I would have liked them to be. The treble is a little rolled off for me. Sometimes, I find it a bit veiled and unnatural with instruments such as cymbals. On these, cymbals are hardly anything more than a click and you do not actually hear them vibrating as you would on something like the Brainwavz B2s. The quantity leans more towards the Monster Turbines and the good thing is that there is still good detail and sometimes there is some sparkle as well as it not being fatiguing. The treble I feel, stops the MH-1C becoming an IEM that can challenge $100+ IEMs. 
    Soundstage
    Soundstage was very impressive for such a budget IEM. It was around the size of the B2s and was quite deep. Very good indeed. 
     
    Conclusion
    The Sony MH-1Cs are perhaps the best IEM under $50, but there is starting to be more competition such as the Monoprices priced at $7, Vsnic VC02 which is more neutral and costs around the same. I would recommend it if you prefer a warm signature and have not that much to spend. 
    Reduced to 4 star because the price has gone up and IMO the Hisound E212 is better. 
  9. bhima
    4.0/5,
    "Great sound. Amazing Value"
    Pros - build quality, distortion free sound, no sibilance, decent soundstage
    Cons - a bit too bass heavy, mids/vocals sound veiled, J-cord is a PITA
    So these are the FOTM, but for good reason. For 30 bucks, you get a fatigue free, dynamic sounding IEM. The soundstage is decent for this price bracket, instrument separation is good, sub bass extension is quite insane and they are built extremely well. 
     
    Should everyone ditch their $100+ IEMs for these? No, they aren't better than the other IEMs I have heard that cost $100+ because they lack the precision in instrument separation and instrument placement. The mid-range is also quite dark and not that well extended compared to higher priced IEMs. Contrary to another review, these do not sound better than the Yamaha EPH-100, and that margin isn't that close either.
     
    BUT, there might not be a better $30 IEM out there in overall sound quality and fun. If you want analytical for cheap, you should steer clear from these and go with the VERY good RE0 for $50 instead. If you want a heavier bass presence, and more laid back mids/highs, this is a great choice.
  10. yalper
    4.5/5,
    "Excellent Sounding IEM"
    Pros - Extended treble, micro details, value
    Cons - Cable, Isolation, microphonics
    Sounds way better than Sony Ex-300 (mids and treble), Soundmagic Mp21 (soundstage, details, overall)

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GRIMES • GROOVEBOSTON • GROOVY7 • GROUPLOVE • GUNS N' ROSES • HALESTORM • HALFORD • HALSEY • HARVEY MARSHALL • HAWKSLEY WORKMAN • HAYDEN MARINGER • HEART • HELL YEAR • HERE COME THE MUMMIES • HILL KOURKOUTIS • HINDER • HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD • HOMBRES G • HOPE • HOW TO DESTROY ANGELS • HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON TOUR • HYPER CRUSH • I PREVAIL • ICONA POP • IGGY AZALEA • IMAGINATION MOVERS TOUR • IMAGINE DRAGONS • INGRID MICHAELSON • INTERPOL • INXS • IRATION • IRON MAIDEN • JACK JOHNSON • JAKE OWEN • JADE WARSHAW • JAMES TAYLOR • JAMES TORME • JAMIE FOXX • JANET JACKSON • JASON ALDEAN BAND • JASON BENGE • JASON BONHAM • JASON DERULO • JASON ISBELL • JASON WHITMORE • JAY SEAN • JC CHASEZ • JENNA ROBINSON, BIG APPLE CIRCUS • JENNIFER CHASE • JENNIFER HUDSON • JENNIFER STONE, WITH KESHA • JEREMIAH MCCONICO • JESSE MCCARTNEY • JIMMY BUFFET • JIMMY EAT WORLD • JOE.E • JOE JONAS • JOE NICHOLS BAND • JOEY BADA$$ • JOHN GRANT BAND • JOHN HIATT AND THE COMBO • JOHN MAYER • JOHN STAMOS • JOHN TEMPESTA • JOJO • JONATHAN KNIGHT, NKOTB • JORDIN SPARKS • JOSH DAY • JOSH GROBAN • JOSH GROBAN BAND • JOSHUA RADIN • JOSS STONE • JOURNEY • THE JOY FORMIDABLE • JOYWAVE • JUDAS PRIEST • JUDD HOOS • JUICY J • JULE VERA BAND • JULIO IGLESIAS • JULLY BLACK • JUSTIN BIEBER • JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE & BAND • KACEY MUSGRAVES • KAMILAH MARSHALL • KARMA • KARMIN • KAT DELUNA • KATE EARL BAND • KATY PERRY • KEITH SWEAT • KEITH URBAN • KELLIE PICKLER • KENDRICK LAMAR • KENNY CHESNEY & BAND • KENNY LOGGINS • KESHA • KIP MOORE • KISS • KLAYE SANDERS • KOOL & THE GANG • KORN • KROPP CIRCLE • LACUNA COIL • LADY GAGA • LALAH HATHAWAY • LAUREN WILEY, LES MISERABLES US TOUR • LAURYN HILL • LAWSON • LE REVE, WYNN LAS VEGAS • LEA MULLEN • LEE DEWYZE • LENNY KRAVITZ • LEON J • LEONA LEWIS • LIANNE LA HAVAS • LIBIDO • LIDO • LIGHTS OVER PARIS • LIL' KIM • LIL WAYNE • LIMP BIZKIT • LINDSEY STIRLING • LINKIN PARK • LIONEL RICHIE • LITTLE BIG TOWN • THE LIVING END • LOCAL NATIVES • LOU REED • LOVE AND THEFT BAND • LUCINDA WILLIAMS • LUIS MIGUEL •
THE LUMINEERS • M83 BAND • MAC MILLER • MACHINE GUN KELLY • MACHINE HEAD • THE MACCABEES • MAD HATTER STUDIOS • MADEON • MADLIFE • MADONNA • MAGIC! • MAJORS AND MINORS, TV SHOW • MANA • MANDY JIROUX • MARC ANTHONY • MARIAH CAREY • MARIANA'S TRENCH • MARILYN MANSON • MARINA AND THE DIAMONDS • THE MARKER • MAROON 5 • MARY J BLIGE BAND • MASTODON • MATCHBOX 20 • MATT & KIM • MATT MORRISON & BAND • MATT NATHANSON • MATT OCHOA • MAXWELL • THE MCCLAIN SISTERS • MEGADETH • MEGHAN TRAINOR • MEL B • MELANIE MARTINEZ • MELISSA ETHERIDGE • MICAPELLA • MICHAEL ANTHONY • MICHAEL BOLTON • MICHAEL FRANTI & SPEARHEAD • MICHELLE OSBOURNE • MIDNIGHT OIL • MIGUEL • MIKA • MIKE PORTNOY • MILEY CYRUS • MIKE MARLIN • MINDLESS BEHAVIOR • MIRANDA LAMBERT • MISS MAY I • MISSION TRANSMISSION • MODEST MOUSE • MODESTEP • THE MONKEES • MONSTER TRUCK • MONTGOMERY GENTRY • MOODY BLUES • MOTLEY CRUE • MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE • NAS • NEVEREST • NEON TREES • NEW EDITION • THE NEW SHINING • NICK FRADIANI • NICK JONAS • NICKELBACK • NICKI MINAJ • NICO VEGA • NICOLE SCHERZINGER • NINE INCH NAILS • NKOTB • NO DOUBT • NOAH BENARDOUT • NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS • NORMAN BROWN • NOSTALGHIA • O.A.R. • OF MICE AND MEN • OLLY MURS • ONE REPUBLIC • OPERATOR PLEASE • OPETH • THE ORANGE EFFECT • OUR LAST NIGHT • OWL CITY • OZZY OSBOURNE • PALOMA FAITH • PANDORA • PAPA ROACH • PAPER TONGUES • PASSION PIT • PATRICK WOLF • PAUL BRANDT • PENNYWISE • PENTATONIX • PETER GABRIEL • PETSHOP BOYS • PHANTOGRAM • PHARRELL WILLIAMS • PHILLIP PHILLIPS • PHOENIX • PIERCE THE VEIL • P!NK • PITBULL • PIXIE LOTT BAND • THE PIXIES • POLARIS AT NOON • POP EVIL • POST MALONE • THE PRETTY RECKLESS • PRINCE BAND • PRINTZ BOARD • PROFESSOR GREEN • PUFF DIDDY • PUNCH BROTHERS • PVRIS • PUSCIFER • QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE • R. KELLY • R5 • RACHEL CROW • RAE SREMMURD • RAMMSTEIN • RANDY HOUSER • RASCALL FLATTS • RED LINE CHEMISTRY • RICI JO • RICKY MARTIN • RICO LOVE • RIHANNA • RISE AGAINST • RITA ORA • ROB THOMAS • ROBBIE WILLIAMS BAND •
ROCK OF AGES ON TOUR • RODNEY HOWARD • ROGER WATERS’ THE WALL TOUR • THE ROLLING STONES • RUMMER WILLIS • RUSH • ST. VINCENT • ST. LUCIA • SALIVA • SAM HUNT • SAM SMITH • SAM WARSHAW • SAN CISCO • SANTIGOLD • THE SATURDAYS • SAVING ABEL • SCISSOR SISTERS • SCORPION • SCOTT STAPP • SEAN ALEXANDER • SEBASTIAN BACH • SEBASTIAN INGROSSO • SEETHER • SEGARRA • SEIGMEN • SELENA GOMEZ • SEVENDUST • "SGT. PEPPER LIVE" FEATURING CHEAP TRICK • SHAKIRA • SHARON AGUILAR • SHANE DUNCAN BAND • SHEILA E. • SHEILA MAJID • SHINEDOWN • SIA • SIGUR ROS • THE SILVER BULLET BAND • SILVERSUN PICKUPS • SIMMONE JONES • SIMONE BATTLE • SKIP DORSEY • SKYLAR GREY • SLASH BAND • SLAYER • SLIPKNOT • SMASHING PUMPKINS • SMOKIE • SOCIAL DISTORTION • SOIL • SOLANGE • SONATA ARCTICA • SONGA LEE • STAIND • STARSHELL • STEEL PANTHER • STEELY DAN • STEREO SHOUT OUT • STEVE AUGERI • STEVE RODRIGUEZ • STEVE VAI • STING • THE STONE ROSES • STONE SOUR • STRATOVARIUS • THE STRUTS • STRYPER • SUBLIME WITH ROME • SUEDE • SULLY ERNA BAND • SUM 41 • SYSTEM OF A DOWN • T.I. • T-PAIN • TALA • TAME IMPALA • TANK • TAYLOR BURRISE • TAYLORED • TEARS FOR FEARS • TEEL MERRICK • TEI SHI • TENACIOUS D • TERRY ILOUS OF GREAT WHITE • TESTAMENT • THEFT • THEOPHILUS LONDON • THE TEMPER TRAP • THREE DAYS GRACE • TIMBALAND • TIM MCGRAW • TIM OWENS • TIMBALAND • TINASHE • TOOL • TONIC • TONY SAVAGE • TOOL • TOTO • TRACE ADKINS • TRAIN • TRAVIS BARKER • TRAVIS TRITT • TREY SONGZ • TRILLIUM VEIN • TRISHA YEARWOOD • TRIVIUM • TWENTY ONE PILOTS • TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB • TY DOLLA $IGN • U2 • UNION J • THE USED • VAIN • VAMPIRE WEEKEND • VAN HALEN • VANCE JOY • VINCE STAPLES • VIRUS • THE VOICE TV SHOW 2011, 2012 • VOLBEAT • WALT DISNEY WORLD • THE WANTED • THE WAR ON DRUGS • WARRANT • WE ARE THE FALLEN • THE WEEKND • WEEZER • WELL HUNGARIANS • WHITESNAKE • WIZ KHALIFA • THE WHO • WILD BEAST • WINTERSUN • THE WOMBATS • X FACTOR • X-JAPAN • YOUNG GUNS • YOUNG THE GIANT • YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE • YOUTH LAGOON • ZAC BROWN BAND • ZAYN MALIK • ZELLA DAY • ZZ WARD • AND MANY MORE...