Sony budget earphone discussion thread (MH750, MH755, MH1C, EX300, etc)
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So there is no need to put something between two shells? MH1 fits perfectly inside of 750?


if we can make a precision cylinder hole, its can fits perfectly. no glue or something needed.
 
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How's the SBH 24 itself?
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It's a pretty basic receiver. Only supports SBC (not even apt-X). Connection stability is good though, as would be expected from Sony. The construction is entirely plastic and it is lightweight enough not to drag on the hem of one's shirt. Type-C charging is a plus, as is one-touch pairing. Had fun running it out of the ZX300 for irony last night :wink:
 
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The MH755 is really stunningly good though. Within 5 minutes of listening it had already set me thinking, "so this is what the fuss was all about". Not the most technical set, obviously, and the treble is fairly rolled off, but the bass is tight, the timbre is right, it fits deeply in just about any ear, and because of that its isolation has been fantastic. The CCA woodies have a tough act to follow.
 
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The MH755 is really stunningly good though. Within 5 minutes of listening it had already set me thinking, "so this is what the fuss was all about". Not the most technical set, obviously, and the treble is fairly rolled off, but the bass is tight, the timbre is right, it fits deeply in just about any ear, and because of that its isolation has been fantastic. The CCA woodies have a tough act to follow.
Awesome, so glad you are won over with the centre vent drivers of the MH750/755, there are still some naysayers that still feel the side vent drivers of Mfg 2013/14 MH750s & 755s are the Best :)

Always keeps me scratching my head when I do A/B testing with the 2 Era :)
 
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Are you sure they are legit? i read somewhere in this thread that they were selling fake ones at some point.
He was selling fake black MH755 earlier this year.

Most likely he did not know that they were fake(although he could have open some earphones package and check at least a couple of them).
 
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Also ordered mine last week. Waiting for them to arrive. Do you have the mh750/755? If so can you compare both?
I ordered form same seller as @vygas wrote in his post some ten days ago (thanks man :wink:. Seller's name on ebay.co.uk is xccessorydeals. Price is about $10 with shipping to my location and I think it is more than great deal for this awesome earphones.
If you guys need more he does have multiple listings of them, this one says he has 8 more available :


He seems to list them 10 per listing, kind of odd but there might be an eBay reason for it. Either way, glad you liked your pair of them @ShaneyMac, there used to be a seller for black ones that sold for like 5GBP each too but that listing disappeared a while ago (though there is a German listing in the spoiler below that sells black ones, haven't personally bought from him but it might be worth a shot). They're some great IEMs and personally one of my favourites, though as someone said earlier their in-line standard requires a short extension (or a converter). Glad I could help you guys out with getting a pair though.

 
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My set arrived yesterday from xccessorydeals. At first listen (i still haven’t made a true comparison) they are more “veiled” than the mh750/755. The highs are not as sparkly as the mh750 but for some reason they sound more natural if that makes sense. I think instrument separation is bigger on the mh1. Keep in mind that my mh755 are mmcx modded.
 
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My set arrived yesterday from xccessorydeals. At first listen (i still haven’t made a true comparison) they are more “veiled” than the mh750/755. The highs are not as sparkly as the mh750 but for some reason they sound more natural if that makes sense. I think instrument separation is bigger on the mh1. Keep in mind that my mh755 are mmcx modded.
Below is the FR graphical description from Sony representatives in comparison of the MH750/755 with the MH1/C FYI

As quoted by @Sead
most part of the midrange is similar but there are some differences at the lower and upper range. Subbass is slightly higher, while treble roll offs somewhat earlier. So compared to the MH1, overall sound signature of the MH750 can be perceived as slightly darker... further, as there is less energy at the top-end in combination with some more presence in mid-treble will lead to impression of some small treble coloration, and less overall detail compared to MH1.
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Below is the FR graphical description from Sony representatives in comparison of the MH750/755 with the MH1/C FYI

As quoted by @Sead
most part of the midrange is similar but there are some differences at the lower and upper range. Subbass is slightly higher, while treble roll offs somewhat earlier. So compared to the MH1, overall sound signature of the MH750 can be perceived as slightly darker... further, as there is less energy at the top-end in combination with some more presence in mid-treble will lead to impression of some small treble coloration, and less overall detail compared to MH1.
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So basically, nothing like it. Got it.
 
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So basically, nothing like it. Got it.
IMHO their SS sounds almost identical, not significant enough for me to do a rebuy, also it wears poorly for me, due to its tip, which is designed for shallow insertion (earphones always falling out of my ear canal), early days when I owned both, I always choose my MH750 over the MH1
 
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IMHO their SS sounds almost identical, not significant enough for me to do a rebuy, also it wears poorly for me, due to its tip, which is designed for shallow insertion (earphones always falling out of my ear canal), early days when I owned both, I always choose my MH750 over the MH1
Okay. You may be confused about tips. We all have different ears BUT:
MH755 mediums tips don't work for me but - ML AZLA SendaEarfitLights do.
I haven't mentioned that recently, but that's what I use. It makes a *huge* difference for my ears.
Basically, try different sizes of good eartips.
 
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Okay. You may be confused about tips. We all have different ears BUT:
MH755 mediums tips don't work for me but - ML AZLA SendaEarfitLights do.
I haven't mentioned that recently, but that's what I use. It makes a *huge* difference for my ears.
Basically, try different sizes of good eartips.
haha I mean earphone nozzle tips, not the silicon tips I have many variations and also did rolling too, to no avail

Might also be the weight of the metal shells being a bit "unbalanced" , which may be why they fall out so easily, but yes the ears are different for everyone and as such, different experiences apply :)
 
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I usually go for a medium tip size but with the MH750s i found a use for small KZ starlines which allow the 750s to sit in my ears. I am sure i could sleep with them in like this. Are there any TOTL iems with similar small to tiny foot prints?
 
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Below is the FR graphical description from Sony representatives in comparison of the MH750/755 with the MH1/C FYI

As quoted by @Sead
most part of the midrange is similar but there are some differences at the lower and upper range. Subbass is slightly higher, while treble roll offs somewhat earlier. So compared to the MH1, overall sound signature of the MH750 can be perceived as slightly darker... further, as there is less energy at the top-end in combination with some more presence in mid-treble will lead to impression of some small treble coloration, and less overall detail compared to MH1.
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So completely the opposite of my impressions. Maybe @vygas, @Slater or @ShaneyMac can give their impressions since they bought from the same seller as me.
 
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