Summary: I really like this headset! I got it free with my Xperia Z1 (bought in Germany). Paired with the phone it works flawlessly, and the app button works great for starting things like Walkman. The audio quality is on par with my Sennheiser headset too. The only thing I dont like is the ear piece with the control has a rather short cord length for my taste. If you own any Xperia smartphone these are definitely worth getting!
Summary: This is a cool headset, and I only use sony headphones. However, this headset did not work for me. The control buttons start going nuts when I workout (sweat short circuits the controls) which makes the songs on my galaxy note 2 pause, play, and the volume changes sporadically. Also, the connector does not sit flush on my phone so one channel will cut in and out whenever I move or bump my phone.
Pros: Sound quality is good, volume control is helpful, tangle free
Cons: connector not shaped good, control buttons not sweat resistant
Summary: This headset is great. I was originally skeptical about the cost but it's completely worth it. The bass and treble are phenomenal. The remote is convenient too. These are basically the equivalent to beats by Dr. Dre but in my opinion they are more professional and stylish. A great purchase!
Pros: Fit, style, sound, bass
Cons: odd cable length, one side longer than the other
Summary: I heard about these on my favorite forum Head-Fi and since they were under $25 at the time I took a chance on them and boy am I glad I did. These have the best SQ of any IEM under $75 and sound as good as anything around $100. Great low end impact and depth, smooth detailed mids and highs along with a really nice and spacious soundstage which you don't normally find in IEM/headset this cheap.
Summary: Hi, I’m using Nokia WH701 (in-ear, flat wire, remote control) – without live key feature. anybody who looking for disturbance free music I recommend MH1C headset, because I have experience with same kind of Nokia headset.
Excellent sound and materials, weird remote control placement
R. Bezerra "RCB", Amazon
28 November 2014
Summary: I really wanted to give 5 stars to this item but... Pros: - The sound is very crisp all around, nice bass but not too heavy. I am not aware of other headsets in this price range with comparable sound quality, and I've tried some that cost the double and sound worst. - The cord does not get tangled easily. - They look very good, nice choice of materials and build quality. - They come with different sized earbuds. Cons: - Bad remote control buttons placement.
Summary: I have a Sony phone, and it seems to be really picky about being matched with its own equipment. It keeps not recognising other headphones, so I eventually gave in and bought these. Not all the functions on the remote work (as my phone is not Ericsson), but at least it doesn't come up with "device not compatible". The sound has been fine, the microphone is OK, and they seem pretty sturdy. However these have ended up being really troublesome.
Summary: This headset has 3 features that have been impossible in any other product 1) A J-cord design (asymmetric cable) which is in my opinion much more useful than regular symmetric cables, since you can wear only the left earpiece without the right one pulling down on it 2) A flat cable, which is what all the other cool kids do these days. After a month of use, I don't find it particularly helpful in cable management.
Summary: I bought these as a replacement for my long-loved Sony MDR EX510. They were my "go to" headphones for daily use, and when they finally died (as all earbuds will) I spent a good while researching the replacment. One headphone review site allowed me to sort items by quality, and then view price, and the MH-1C headpones just popped out as being way too high in that list.