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I grabbed myself a pair of MEE M6Ps when they were available, and I don't know why people are complaining. They are absolutely amazing for their price, and I own A LOT of earphones. Let me compare it to some of the ones I already own in the same price range. The sound quality is a thousand times better than what you get with the AKG Y20s, I'd say they are on par with the renowned Zero Audio ZH-DX200 (Carbo Tenore) only with a better fit, mic, and button. I even think they sound better than my SoundMagic E10s, and the reason why I believe these sound so good is because of the perfect fit. The fit plays a huge factor in how you experience the sound when listening to in-ear monitors. If they fit you snugly and manage to block out a lot of outer noise, you'll get the "room" feel, a sensation that there's depth to the sound, and it really helps enhance the bass. The MEE M6 definitely provided this experience for me, and the build quality seems nice too. I've had a lot of horrible experiences at this price range for earphones, but for $28 I'd call the M6p's a steal.
I agree entirely, actually. I'm not an audiophile, but I've found that my M6Ps have had really good sound quality . I will say, however, that getting that "perfect fit" is kind of hard (I'm a bit clumsy with the memory wire) to replicate time and time again.
I know this doesn't really apply to the IEMs I have (M6 pros) but I can say I have been so pleased with MEE products since I discovered them. I rarely see anything saying they are not worth the money.
I love my m6 pros. The only problem I have is that the Comply Ear tips do not last very long, but that has nothing to do with the headphones themselves.
I stayed away from using those for that exact reason, I stick to the rubber tips because of that reason and the fact that they seem to fit better in my ear. I don't know how but they do and I think it cancels out more outside noise than the comply tips.
I used them for the first while, and loved them, but Because of the short life, and the reason they are so expensive to replace, I I use the rubber ones now. They don't seal out noise as well, but they are ok.
I bought mine MEE M6 Pro for 37 GBP (47$) last year on Amazon. I believed in reviews and feedback, decided to try. For money I spent it's not the best IEM.
But price on Massdrop is really good for MEE products.
I'd rather say that for M6 Pro problem is not a sound quality, but insulation and fit If they fit you best, so you are lucky.
It always take time for me to find correct position and right angle to have good insulation and decent sound, may be it's personal ear shape.
Mine fit great, but I had to spend time trying out different eartips and tweaking it to get it this way.