MEE Audio Sport-Fi M6 Earphones
MEE Audio Sport-Fi M6 Earphones
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Featuring a secure in-ear fit and high-quality sound, the MEE Audio M6 is tough to beat in the realm of affordable, sports-style earphones. The dynamic 9-millimeter drivers with neodymium magnets deliver a wide range with enhanced bass, great for getting in the zone during your next workout Read More

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dashdsrdash
63
Mar 26, 2020
The good: they're cheap and sweatproof. The bad: the only thing that the M6 shares with the M6Pro is the prefix and a general shape. The M6Pro is a perfectly decent, reasonably isolating single-DD IEM. These... make sounds. If you're in the gym or running, or you are concerned about theft or damage and don't want to lose much, these are appropriate. If you want higher-quality but still reasonably priced IEMs, I see that Drop is offering the KZ-ZS10Pro for $40, or you could get Tin T2 or TRN V80 or...
League544
485
Mar 30, 2020
Tbh people should be buying the etymotic er2xr, I just bought them when I found out they were also on drop right now compared to the tin t4s. I'd say the extra 50 bucks over the t4s is worth twice the amount of sound quality.
blahhh
131
Apr 10, 2018
For the money, they're OK. But they're still probably the worst sounding IEM's I've ever bought separately. I think the buds that came with my Sandisk Clip Sport sounded better.
bhigh
57
Feb 24, 2018
For $12, they're no bad.
I got these for use in the gym. They have good isolation with the 3-flange tips and stay in place, but the sound quality is really nothing special. The carry case and accessories are respectable for the price as well.
GunsOfBrixton
872
Feb 23, 2018
Have had these for several months after getting them in a blue box. The sound is mediocre for sure, I'd say below what I'd expect at this price range. Can't recommend them as everyday headphones if you're even moderately concerned about sound quality. However, they do fit a useful niche in my collection. I use them when I'm outdoors doing yard work or exercising. The over-ear fit is solid once you figure it out, tips are fine, and they hold up well to sweat. I run them under the back of my shirt and hardly notice they are there. That's the only kind of use I can recommend them for.
tr1cycle
75
Feb 22, 2018
Got these in a blue box.. Just dont
mtbdude641
10
Mar 29, 2017
any type of limited warranty on these ? bought mine just 3 months ago and already one of the headphones has stopped working completely
mtbdude641
10
Apr 20, 2017
Thanks for the reply. I will try doing that, did you contact massdroo support or the support at MEE ?
Squ1rrel
4
Apr 20, 2017
MassDrop Support. Go to your transactions, and submit an issue on the order.
Capotie
14
Feb 5, 2017
DO NOT BUY THIS ABSOLUTE SHIT! BUYER BEWARE, WORST AUDIO I'VE EVER HEARD!!!!
T.
33
Feb 22, 2018
Did they make you deaf, and is that why you're SHOUTING?
FlameIceWater
7
Feb 22, 2018
Hahaha good one!
charwhee
1
Feb 1, 2017
I had a pair of these, I found them uncomfortable (comply would fix that I imagine), and the split casing on one developed some space and ended up with a funny popping sound any time I touched it on my ears. I can't remember much about the sound. They were however very durable / water tolerant; they still worked after having gone through the wash twice. $12 is a great price.
ConaN007
15
Jan 30, 2017
12$ Earphones + 13$ for shipping to Norway..taxes not included. FeelsBadMan
materics
5
Jan 30, 2017
too bad international shipping is $20
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