- Feb 12, 2014
- London, Canada
Mine is not bassy (you like more mid-bass than me), soundstage is actually pretty big, it and reproduced some complex Beethoven nonets quite nicely (though bass increased and pushed the midrange somewhat back with amplification). Is yours authentic?
As mentioned at the start of the post, it's not mine, they were used for a brief period, and to take the impressions with a grain of salt. Sorry if you missed all that. Will bold next time to draw your attention. Should be authentic though since they purchased through the links provided by others who bought legit units. And, it was used with an amplifier so sure, we will say that explains the, uh...generous low end. Maybe I'm more sensitive to bass than you.
Back to the Sony MH755. In order to make sure I had not fallen victim to hype, I inquired with my "measuring department"/dollar-store audiophile co-blogger and he wired me this morning: "Listened again on the bus this morning. No midrange weirdness I can detect, other than some warmth deriving from the elevated bass" [he is extremely bass sensitive]. This Sony MH755 must be a nightmare for many bloggers as it comes without a box.
Lol! You are a spicy boy. Will agree that a bus is a great place to test sound quality. Nothing there that could affect anything. Apparently clearly outlined subjective impressions that sway from your thoughts irk you, and as usual you pick and choose segments here and there that support your agenda. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to your next review. As is, I'll stick with my summary; "...Overall somewhat forgettable but enjoyable enough for a generic, consumer friendly tune. Worth the ten bucks...".