MEElectronics M6-BK-MEE Sport Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire (Black)

More Hearing Frequency Test Products




3 Responses to “MEElectronics M6-BK-MEE Sport Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire (Black)”

  1. Anonymous cat says:
    119 of 121 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent for such a low price!., March 22, 2011
    By 
    Anonymous cat (St. louis, Mo.) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    I am very happy with this earphones. Be aware though, that they really isolate noise, so if you are outdoors, you won’t hear cars, voices, etc.

    After several hours of reading reviews for sports earphones, I chose these ones and I don’t regret it. They are comfortable (a ‘must’ for us Yoga practitioners or workout fans) they stay in the ears (there are several sizes to choose from) and the quality sound is really good, considering that these are not top of the line earphones, nor most of us need such hi-fi definition while jogging or working out.

    The wire is strong enough but it doesn’t get in your way. I would like to have it a little bit shorter though, but I’ve noticed that earphones just come in two sizes: Too long or too short and I prefer the too long and use the clip, since I don’t wear my mp3 in an arm band.

    If you are looking for comfort, nice sound and good looking earphones, plus a reasonable price, these are your earphones.

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  2. Travis says:
    163 of 190 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Headphones!, July 3, 2010
    By 
    Travis

    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:15 Mins

    Introduction: I’m a young audiophile who has grown a boundless addiction for great sound. I’m only in high school right now so it’s quite a challenge for me to test high-end headphones like you guys. Therefore most of my reviews will be on low to mid end headphones.

    Company Info:Meelectronics is a new company that produces some of the best headphones for the price. From my experience, they have some of the best costumer service. Their website can be found here […]

    Product: Meelectronics M6 Clear, also available in Black and Maroon

    Price: Retail: $50(Clear, Black) $30(Maroon)

    Specifications:

    * Driver: 9mm driver (Not the same as the M9, confirmed with Meelectronics.)
    * Frequency Range: 20 – 20000Hz
    * Impedance: 16 ohms
    * Connector: 3.5mm gold plated
    * Cable Length: 1.4m(4.6ft)

    Equipment Used:

    * My custom-built desktop with a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium sound card
    * 32GB 3rd generation iPod touch
    * Fiio E5 amplifier

    Packaging and Accessories:The packaging is a nice, clear plastic box. It is exactly the same package as the M9’s with the exception that the paper slip inside is for the M6’s. It is easy to open unlike those annoying clamshell packages that some other companies use. Simple and gets the job done. Like the M9’s, the M6’s comes with a plethora of accessories. There is a shirt clip, a cord wrapper, airline adapter, a carrying case, and 4 sets of tips. 3 pairs of different sized single flange tips, and one pair of triple flange tips.DSC01574.JPG

    Build Quality: These are absolutely some of the most beautiful IEMs that I have ever seen. The clear housing makes them very unique and eye-catching. These are by far one of the most aesthetically pleasing IEMs that are available on the market The M6’s build quality is pretty good. The housings are made of a clear plastic that seems to be pretty durable. The cable shares the same design as the M9’s, a braided cable a plastic/rubber coating. Except the braiding for the M6’s is metallic silver. The plug is a 90-degree, gold plated plug. I prefer the 90-degree style plug over the straight style plugs because they last longer and fit better in pockets. I feel that the build quality is not as good as the M9’s. Nonetheless, the build quality is still very good.

    DSC01576.JPG

    DSC01577.JPGDSC01578.JPG

    Isolation: I used the medium single flange tips because they fit me the best, the triple flange tips are just too small; it would have been great if a bi-flange tip similar to the M9’s were included because those tips fit the best for me. The M6’s do an average job at isolation, they block out some sound, but it still feels like I can hear everything. The isolation is definitely sufficient for bus rides and activities with similar sound levels.

    Comfort: These IEMs are very comfortable. They are the best IEMs for lying in bed with; they are even better than the M9’s which I thought were extremely comfortable to lay in bed with. The memory wire helps reduce microphonics and keeps them in place very well, making the M6’s an excellent choice for working out with.

    Sound Signature:I had ran around 20 hours of burn-in time using pink noise and frequency sweep files. I have been listening to them for about a week. The sound signature is very, very similar to the M9’s.

    * Bass:Like the M9’s, the bass is the strongest point of the M6’s. The M6’s has more bass quantity and depth when compared to the M9’s. Bass quality is about the same, very clear and punchy.
    * Midrange: The Mids are alitte bit recessed. Not as recessed as the M9’s, but they are indeed recessed. However the Mids are also very enjoyable.
    * Highs:The highs are definitely better than the highs of the M9’s. They are very detailed and crisp, definitely worthy too listeners who like a lot of details. The highs have no harshness unlike the M9’s which have a bit top end harshness.
    * Soundstage: The soundstage was good; airy and there was good instrument separation.
    * Conclusion: These headphones are great for bass heads and detail listeners. Terrific headphones for working out with.

    Songs:

    * Enter Sandman by Metallica: The song sounds very powerful with these IEM’s. The bass is great, and the electric guitars sound fantastic.
    * Fake Palindromes by Andrew Bird:This song really shows how detailed the M6’s can be, the vocals were very detailed and pronounced. The song also tested the speed of the M6’s, which was actually pretty good. The M6’s could keep up with the jumble of instruments quite well.
    * Fade to Black by Apocalyptica:A cello cover of the heavy metal song by Metallica; the long sustained low notes of the cello is just amazing, the bass just engulfs you.

    Amped vs. Unamped:Amplification of…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No

  3. Justin McBride "TheGame21x" says:
    131 of 156 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    MEElectronics Delivers Another Budget Heavyweight, May 16, 2010
    By 
    Justin McBride “TheGame21x” (Detroit, MI USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: MEElectronics M6-BK-MEE Sport Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire (Black) (Electronics)

    Prelude

    Before late February, I didn’t know anything about MEElectronics. When I finally heard about the company and purchased my M9Ps, I realized that they were a company that I should keep my eye on. In the time since, I’ve had the chance to review their lower end IEM models, the SX-31 and M2s and I’ve been impressed by the both of them, in different ways. Now, I’m here with a review of the first generation M6 models, one of MEElectronics’ higher end IEMs. These apparently share the same drivers as the M9s and M9Ps and if that’s true, then I should be in for a pleasant experience. So, did the M6 IEMs live up to my expectations? Read on to find out.

    Packaging and Accessories

    The first generation M6s ship in a black paper box that shows off the IEMs themselves through a transparent plastic window on the front. In terms of accessories, the M6s include an accessory pack that’s incredibly similar to that shipped with the M9Ps, which is a very good thing. Inside the box, you’ll find a clamshell hard case, three pairs of silicone single flange eartips, a pair of generic black foam tips (similar to Shure “olives”), an airplane adapter and a cable winder.

    Design and Build Quality

    The M6s are made of plastic that feels rather durable. The cable is somewhat thick and rubbery feeling but doesn’t feel as though it would cause problems if not abused routinely. Inside the cable that leads out of the earpieces, there is a built in memory wire which helps route the cable over one’s ears and stay in place once the earpieces have been inserted. I’ve heard complaints that the wire is too stiff but it was relatively soft and pliable in my experience. The cable terminates in a heat-shrink covered gold-plated straight plug and doesn’t inspire confidence because of its lack of a proper strain relief.

    It’s worth noting that the newer and more expensive M6s are equipped with a much better cable that features a properly relieved L-plug.

    Comfort and Fit

    Getting these fitted can be a bit of a pain sometimes because of their over the ear design and the memory wire that’s embedded within the cable near the earpieces themselves. The memory wire is soft and pliable but because of it being there, these aren’t well suited to situations in which you’ll constantly be taking them out of your ears. Once they are in your ears, they disappear. Using the included foam tips or Sony hybrids, I was able to get an effortless and comfortable seal. The earpieces sit flush with your ears and I found that it was easy to lie down on my side with my head against a pillow without sacrificing comfort. These are easily some of the most comfortable IEMs I’ve used. Isolation is rather decent as well with the right eartips but it’s nothing spectacular.

    Sound Quality

    Burn in: As per my usual, these IEMs were given 25+ hours of burn in prior to review.

    Once again, MEElectronics has managed to impress me and even straight out of the box, I was enjoying the M6s. I will say that they sounded a bit hollow straight out of the box but after burning in for a few hours, it filled in nicely. In terms of bass, the low end is smooth, detailed and refined. That’s a lot of adjectives but they all apply in some way, some more so than others. It’s certainly a highlight of the presentation with more than enough boom and punch to make Hip-Hop and Electronic music stand out. That’s not to say the bass is boomy, far from it. Bass is well controlled and doesn’t overwhelm the rest of sound signature and rarely creeps up on the lower mids. The low end lacks the speed and extension of my RE0s but is certainly better in terms of quantity.

    Mids are smooth and full sounding, if recessed slightly. The detail and clarity in the midrange is impressive for the price with full bodied and natural vocals and a nice sense of space and airiness. Treble is slightly emphasized as well, like the bass, and treble extension and detail are both quite good for IEMs in this price range. It’s worth noting as well that these boast marginally smoother and better refined highs than the M9s but slight harshness and sibilance can be heard on some higher notes.

    The sound signature is warm, full, and smooth with a very nice and dynamic tonal balance throughout the sonic spectrum. The soundstage is nearly as large as that of the M9s but not quite as airy and positioning and separation are both very good for the price. These work incredibly well with a wide range of genres, including the aforementioned Hip-Hop and Electronic and also Jazz, Classical and Alternative/Rock. While these can’t match my RE0s in terms of overall quality, transparency and clarity, especially when it comes to the quality of the treble and neutrality, the M6s are very impressive in their own right, especially when you consider how inexpensive they are.

    Value and Conclusion

    The…

    Read more

    Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 

    Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    No


Powered by Yahoo! Answers