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Old 04-23-2013, 03:10 AM
MEGAKILL MEGAKILL is offline
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Default Sony MDR 1R review

The Sony MDR1-1R Are the Most Fantastic headphones I have ever heard
This review was done with a Cowon X9.

When music is being played it is fluid to the point where when a high note is played its like a set of tweeters were thrown in at this given point (its so distinctive) and the high note is played at its best level. If the music has a change in it you will automatically know that the sound has changed because a nicer more fluid change in the music kicks in. If the lows are playing they are given a true heard feeling like being segregated from the constant fluid sound of whats being played in the music. When bass is thrown in there is a punch that is so sweet and direct that its like its calibrated to the point where there might be a Bass sound and another Bass which comes off as Bass1 and Bass2 . At one point yesterday while listening to some music my ears were vibrating from a Bass line in the music when the volume was at like 30 then when I turned the volume all the way up on my mp3 player the vibration got bigger but the Bass was there It came external to my earlobe this time and not distorted. Which was great.



Conclusion
Calibrated: Anything that you do with these headphones starts with a fluid sound and everytime a high or low comes in you can tell the beginning of it starting and the secondary of High or low if there is one .Calibrated 10 all the way
The headphones are a 10
Highs-10
lows-10
Bass-10

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