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Sony MH1C Black Livesound Hi-Fi Stereo In-Ear Headphones Earphones Headsets Head-sets Earpieces - Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement

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  • Sony MH1C
  • Black Livesound Hi-Fi Stereo In-Ear Headphones Earphones Head-sets Headsets Earpieces
  • Mobile Phone Repair Part Replacement
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This item can also work for Blackberry 8520 Curve、Blackberry 8900 Curve、Blackberry 9000 Bold、Blackberry 9105 Pearl 3G、Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G、Blackberry 9520 Storm2、Blackberry 9700 Bold、Blackberry 9780 Bold、Blackberry 9800 Torch、Blackberry 9900 Bold、HTC ChaCha、HTC Desire、HTC Desire HD、HTC Desire S、HTC Desire Z、HTC HD7、HTC HD Mini、HTC HD2、HTC Legend、HTC Nexus OneHTC Sensation、HTC Smart、HTC Tattoo、HTC Wildfire、LG GT540 Optimus、LG GW620、LG Optimus 2X、Orange San Francisco、Palm Pre 2、Samsung Galaxy 551、Samsung Galaxy Pro、Samsung Galaxy S、Samsung Galaxy S II、Samsung Galaxy Mini、Samsung Galaxy SL、Samsung Galaxy Tab、Samsung Nexus S、Sharp AQUOS SH80F

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B008CCSD7K
  • Item model number: Mh-1C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320,994 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Fortunato on November 10, 2012
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After testing a few different IEM's, I feel these Sony's are some of the best sounding I've heard yet. The type of music I have been testing these on: Movie and Video Game soundtracks.

Compared to the Brainwavz R1:
The R1 edges out the Sony's in overall soundstage size, and has more bass but that is where the R1's positives over these Sony's end. These Sony's offer up much more detail, better instrument separation, much more accurate bass and a more mid forward presentation (much more so than the R1's which tend to have the mids more recessed).

Compared to the much more expensive RE-ZEROs:
The Sonys are almost as detailed in the upper range as the RE-ZEROs, but this is where the RE-ZERO's are at their best. What the Sony's offer that the RE-ZERO's don't is a much warmer, more pleasing overall sound with more bass and lower-midrange. Personally, I'll take some less upper-range detail for a warmer sound signature anyday and it is why I consider these Sony's to be far superior to the more analytical RE-ZEROs.

To my ears, these Sony's sound quite similar to the popular Sennheiser HD 280 Pro cans (though their soundstage isn't quite as spacious as the Senns) and are more than worth the $30. For me, the sound is so satisfying, I don't care to look elsewhere for "better" headphones because I think I'd have to spend $150+ to get a better sound.

CONS: J-cord is a bit frustrating, no carry case.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ken on November 4, 2012
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Forget the "For $20 blah blah blah" disclaimer. These headphones are amazing for the majority of the universal price range. They wipe the floor with everything under $100 and legitimately compete with headphones up to $200-$300. They require absolutely no EQ unless you prefer to tone down the bass some. They are the definition of a SMOOTH sound. No harsh highs to be found here. They are a tad difficult to drive and are almost begging to be amped. They still sound great unamped though. You will need to make use of the included shirt clip to relieve the weight of the remote on the left bud. The included tips provide very good isolation and seal. Bravo to the engineers of this MH1C!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Choi on December 18, 2012
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After reading ClieOS's review on headfi([...]) and seeing all the rave reviews all over the internet, I had to buy myself a pair. I was not disappointed.

I unpacked em, and plugged em into my phone(It's Voodoo Sound enabled, so it's quality). I started off with my standard testing track Hotel California from the '01 remaster on DVD-A ripped to flac. The 12 string guitar was bright, the stereo panning of the maracas and cymbals was perfect,the bass drums had the right amount of kick...I was sitting there in awe. The only other pair of IEMs that had a similar amount of detail (especially when it comes to the clicking of cymbals, the racking of pick over guitar,etc) that I had listened to is the Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 which retails for $300 and has three drivers! +1 for the sonys

Next up was Cosmic Love by florence+ the machine (CD rip). Florence sounded just right and I was awestruck at how detailed the harp at the beginning was!

No Suprises by Radiohead(CD rip) was impressive as well...I could hear a bit of that analog tape hiss at the beginning of the track,something that I've only been able to hear with the UEs!

Unfortunately, I do not like the cable layout(need to loop behind the neck) and the included tips don't hold em in your ears well but otherwise, for $30, these are one of the best IEMs on the market! And to think these were packins!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DJ on November 16, 2012
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Like everyone else I heard about these on Head-Fi and since they were so cheap I picked up a pair. The MH1C is an outstanding IEM for the price and can easily hold its own vs others over $100, now over $300 is a bit of a stretch imo. I'm not going to go into a lot of detail about them because there's enough info out there on them like at Head Fi. I'm just going to say that if you want a warm detailed IEM with good bass impact and depth as well as a nice soundstage for under $50 or even $100 then these little Sony's are the way to go, I think the sound better than the A161p and EPH-100 and both are $100 or more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert N on November 16, 2013
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Absolutely love these. I have other IEMs that are many times the cost of these but I keep coming back to these earphones.

Are they better, or as good as the more expensive sets? No IEM that I have heard is perfect, but I have only purchased sets up to +/- $300, and as good as they are they do have their minor annoying quirks and limitations.

I listen to a variety of music, but more often than not, it is symphonic, chamber or ensemble performed in a hall or studio designed for that purpose. In addition to the instrument and/or voice being recorded, the acoustic characteristics of the hall or studio contribute to recorded sound. These IEMs provide that discernible level of detail for me. I have more expensive sets that will provide a slightly more detailed leading edge on the recorded instrument or voice, but not necessarily more detail in the overall spectrum.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joel Naticchioni on January 14, 2013
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This is a fantastic headset that works perfectly with my Galaxy S3. The earbuds produce a great range of accurate sound, and the microphone works great on calls. My only gripe is that the cable is very stiff and it is difficult to keep in place, especially when moving a lot (gym, etc.). Sitting at my desk or in the car (with only the left earpiece in, of course) isn't a problem, but if I walk around the house or outside it starts getting fussy. i would still buy this again as it sounds terrific!
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