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MEE Audio M6 Pro 2nd Generation Universal-Fit Noise-Isolating Musicians’ in-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables (Clear)
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- 2nd-generation M6 Pro universal-fit noise-isolating in-ear monitors feature upgraded sound and build quality
- The highly acclaimed sound of the M6 Pro gets further Refined for the second generation with a more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble
- Engineered for real-world reliability with detachable, replaceable cables and a sweat-resistant design
- All-day comfort with secure over-the-ear fit, flexible memory wire ear hooks, and seven pairs of ear-tips including comply T-Series memory foam tips for extra noise isolation
- Includes regular stereo cable, headset cable with mic/remote, protective carrying case, comply memory foam eartips, 6 sets of silicone eartips, and adapter; 1-year
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Designed for the stage, built for the road with their durable modular construction, comfortable fit, and great sound, The M6 Pro 2nd generation musicians in-ear monitors are an all-in-one audio solution for street, stage, and home. Engineered for real-world reliability, the M6 Pro features detachable, replaceable cables and a sweat-resistant design. The included spare headset cable incorporates a microphone and remote for use with phones and tablets while the in-ear fit and Comply memory foam ear tips reduce external noise, enabling safer listening volumes. An ultra thin 5m driver diaphragm and aluminum voice coil deliver Clear, full-range sound with deep, yet balanced bass and crisp detail reproduction, refined further for the second generation with an even more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble. The 2nd-generation M6 Pro also introduces MEE audios first-ever optional personalization, with custom-engraved faceplates available for order via me audio. What's in the Boxm6 Pro in-ear monitors stereo audio cable stereo headset cable carrying case Comply memory foam ear tips silicone ear tips (6 pairs)shirt clips (2) (6. 3mm) adapter user manual1-year manufacturer
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DESIGNED FOR THE STAGE, BUILT FOR THE ROAD
With their modular construction, comfortable fit, and great sound, the M6 PRO in-ear monitors have been a hit with musicians all around the world. The new 2nd-generation model features upgraded sound and build quality and introduces MEE audio’s first-ever optional personalization, with custom-engraved faceplates available for order via MEEaudio.com.
The highly acclaimed sound of the M6 PRO gets further refined for the second generation with a more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble
EXCEPTIONAL FIT & COMFORT
Flexible over-the-ear memory wire and seven pairs of eartips provide a secure, personalized fit for all ears
Comply T-Series memory foam eartips reduce outside noise, enabling safer listening volumes and improving sound quality
BUILT TO LAST
Engineered for real-world reliability with a sweat-resistant design and detachable, replaceable cables
HEADSET CABLE WITH MIC & REMOT
Included headset cable features a built-in microphone and remote for use with phones and tablets
Includes regular stereo cable, headset cable with mic/remote, protective carrying case, Comply memory foam eartips, 6 sets of silicone eartips, and ¼” adapter
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Sound quality a++ (with comply tips in)
Comply tip tore after 3 weeks of use
Poor build quality of shaping wire (mine broke)
Mic is aweful
Always god damn tangled up
I'd get something else if I had to do it again. The sound quality is pretty good with the comply tips but its nothing spectacular with the normal silicon tips. The build quality is bad in my case. They just don't quite shape to you ears properly.
Pros: Very nicely built. The most comfortable ear buds ever used. (I have several) The memory cables are great. Never had any discomfort, aches or pain after using it for 2 hours continuous.
Cons: For under helmet use I had to increase volume substantially and only had screeching sounds. Absolutely np Bass. No noise suppression what-s-ever and either the memory buds or silicone did not enter the ear canal to suppress external noise.
Conclusion: I f you are looking for under helmet ear buds. Forget this product. The best I have so far is the Klipsich sport.
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I've grown to really like the sound from these. I'm happy to use them for casual mixing (with caveats) when I don't want to use headphones, and I'm impressed with the build and ruggedness. They make me want to listen to music for the fun of it, and that's something. The isolation is hilariously good if you get a good fit, almost as good as putting in foam earplugs, even though you don't stuff these into the ear canal.
Sonically, even with a 5mm driver the sound is impressive, with good detail up top and with the low bass tending towards "fun" rather than accurate. Personally I like that for the price, it makes audio exciting, makes this more of an all-rounder. That bass doesn't muddy the low mids - it's just a bit of supplementation to support the rest of the sound. The high mids are good for music but a little too prominent for speech, leading sometimes to more sibilance than I'd like around 6kHz. But that's the only thing I'd want changing, sound-wise, and it doesn't actually bother me on music. If you don't like the bass here, it's pretty easy to EQ it down on most smartphones by about 2dB, without artefacts.
Not at all a super wide soundstage like you get with a Campfire Audio earphones, but they would cost 20 times the price of this. I like the immediacy of this set. If I want soundstage, I'll go for listening with open-back headphones.
Build is solid with plenty of accessories; good carry case, two cables (one with mic), plenty of silicone tips (inc. large and small triple flanges) and one set of foam earphones as well. That second cable with a mic is great in case one cable breaks (seems unlikely), and it doesn't affect the sound quality at all. However, the mic quality is poor, very muffled, so I'd save it for short calls when you're not in noisy environment. I keep that cable on purely for the play/pause button - or assistant if you wish. Cables are really nice and strong, but there's a fair bit of cable noise. Strangely though you get used to this, and there's an included clip which might help.
Comfort-wise, they took a bit of getting used to. The cables are detachable - though they aid the noise isolation by creating the seal, so keep them attached for best isolation. The memory wire works with a metal wire encased with the cabling for about 8cm from the earphone. Because of this, the wire's profile is larger and slightly stretched, and can get in the way of larger glasses' stalks. It takes some days of getting used to but it's worth the experimentation. They also help to relieve stress on the earphone if they get yanked out accidentally, and when running, they do keep the earphones on the ear rather than falling to the ground.
But the fit is still really incumbent on the main module fitting well, and with my small ears, I've found that even when walking, they come loose sooner than I want, regardless of tips used (maybe I should get some custom ones). If I put on a sprint, they'll be loose very quickly, and you lose all the bass if the fit is off. But that's just my ears, you might honestly find them perfect running partners. When I'm not moving around they stay in place well. Not headphone-well, but enough that it doesn't bother me.
For sure though, they're not the best for side-sleepers listening at night. They're a fair bit larger than, say, Apple's old earphones, which for all their faults are probably my pick for that use case, with their very flat profile.
A few misconceptions:
1. These are noise isolating, but not noise cancelling. Don't expect the sudden eerie quiet you get from a Bose QuietComfort or Sony WH-1000 series when you turn those on. However, the isolation is so good that I have trouble understanding the person speaking next to me even indoors, especially with the Comply foam tips used. From reading tech reviews, these apparently isolate nearly as well as Shure earphones, which have the best isolation around. No reason to doubt this.
2. These aren't for high-level mixing. Reference sound quality is never this inexpensive. They would work well for monitoring audio on location, because they isolate so well, and the bass boost will compensate for the bass frequencies from the environment which are impossible to isolate out. I've also used these on stage but I don't recommend that. The isolation is just too good you can't make out anything else properly. I ended up taking them off on that occasion.
Overall then, for earphones with wires going over the ear, these are probably the best value around. I got the clear pair for £35. Expect a solid build and good sound quality, and be prepared to spend some time getting the right fit for your ears. If you want something better, you'll probably need to spend more. I've enjoyed having these beside my AKG K702, Bose QC25, SoundMAGIC E30, and Earpods. All very different, all useful. The M6 PRO 2nd are the best all-rounders of them all!
En primer lugar debo decir que, por todos los accesorios que incluyen, ya es un muy buen trato. Dos cables, uno de ellos con control, seis pares de puntas de silicon y un par de gomas de espuma de memoria comply (que quería probar desde hace tiempo) más el adaptador a 6.3 mm y un case semi rígido. La construcción es de plástico, pero debo decir que se siente bastante sólida. Los cables se perciben de buena calidad con guardacables tanto en el Jack como en la separación de los extremos que van a los audífonos.
Ahora bien el sonido. Las quejas de muchas personas respecto a los bajos están justificadas, aunque parte de este "problema" tiene mucho que ver con escoger la punta de silicon correcta que embone de manera correcta a tu canal auditivo. Si la punta elegida te queda bien, notarás una mejora significativa en la calidad del audio y en el aislamiento del ruido exterior. Si aún así sientes que no tienes una buena respuesta en bajos no hay nada que no se pueda arreglar con un ajuste al equalizador, aunque los que gustan de bajos exagerados se sentirán timados. Para los que gusten de escuchar música a frecuencias planas, están bien.
Para los fans de las specs
Driver de 10 mm
respuesta de frecuencia 20Hz a 20KHz
Impedancia 16 Oms
sensibilidad 100±3 dB (1mW at 1KHZ)
largo del cable 1.3 m
certificación IPX5 de resistencia al agua (no te emociones, es solo resistencia al sudor)
- Buen audio
- Cables removibles
- Muchos accesorios
- El control sirve con Android y iOS
- Cómodos y resistentes al sudor
- El aislamiento es mejor que el de unos in ear comunes
- Bastante económicos (50 USD)
- Construcción (son de plástico)
- Necesitas tomarte tu tiempo para colocarlos correctamente
- La mayoría de los usuarios requerirán ajustar los bajos a través del equalizador
Pese a los puntos en contra, no encuentro motivo para bajarles una sola estrella. Estos M6 pro son una excelente opción para entrar al mundo de los in ear de calidad de gama de entrada a un muy bajo costo. Seguro me servirán hasta que pueda ir por una gama más alta.
So, whilst I was disappointed that the description over hyped these headphones, I've decided that my original review sells them short. My review is accurate, however it's nearly 2 years later now and they're still going!! And that's with some heavy use. I regularly use them under my motorcycle helmet as well as when I want to listen in bed (falling asleep many times). They've outlasted 'premium' in headphones costing 3x more. The better seal in your ears, the better they sound.
So I've changed my 4 star to a 5!
They are just about worth what you pay for them.
In a quiet area these are fine with a balanced sound.
Adjust the bass or treble in a variety of music genres and they cope well.
However, they are no where near what I'd class as monitor headphones. Monitors need to exactly match the input throughout the Hz range and these cannot do that. But for the money it was highly unlikely that'd be the case (unfortunately).
They are not noise cancelling, no matter which set of earbuds you put in.
I purchased these to fit under my motorcycle helmet which they do very well, however I also wanted some noise isolation to reduce the wind noise which they do not do at all.
Unlike the other reviewer I do not have any issue with the comfort. In fact I've fallen asleep with these headphones in, a lot, and not awoke with painful ears on any occasion. I can even lie my head fully on one side and listen without discomfort so it got an extra star just for that.
They come with an extra cable so I think that'll add to the overall durability.
All in all not bad, but didn't do the job I bought them for.
I use IEM's for calls, listening to music while working and for air travel. In the past I used them as a DJ when I played festivals and large clubs because my hearing was becoming damaged by continual high volume environments.
IEM's isolate your ears from a big chunk of the ambient sound - without the need for ear defending plugs.
They sound quite "lively" and there's a better bass reproduction that the first generation of these IEMs.
Perhaps classic and jazz enthusiasts may find they don't quite manage all the harmonics with total clarity, but they sound wonderful for a majority of pop, dance, rock etc and if you're listening off your phone you won't notice their shortcomings
They are lighter and the cable is lighter than the first generation and if you use the foam tips, very comfortable to wear for long periods.
Overall, if you're on a budget and not a "brand enthusiast", these are superb value and quality.
Take a little time to pack them away carefully and smile about how much money you saved.
What's not to like?
Sound wise these are good monitors. If you want deep bass sounds then these are NOT the monitors you need. These are sonically neutral, therefore if you are listening to a cd etc then you will here the sound as it was recorded (not with the bass boosted)
The design team seem to have recognised this as a weak point, and they have beefed up the product nicely in this area. There is now tough plastic tubing over this section of the wire (previously it was a thin sheet of rubbery material) and there is now some sort of braided mesh protecting both the electrical wires and the structural one.
In terms of sound quality, they're about what you'd expect for the price. Decent bass, mid range is fine, highs are quite tinny. They won't blow you away, but they work well, and should work for a long time given how well built they are.
To top it all off, they come with two sets of cables (one with an inline microphone and one without) and they have maintained the same connectors from the Gen 1 earphones. So, I now have two pairs of functional earphones, because the Gen 1 phones are compatible with the Gen 2 cables. Nice to see when most manufacturers these days are determined to make a new proprietary connector for every new product they release.
*Updated review* - knocked off a star for a weak point in the design. The Y-connection isn't very strong. One of the cables snagged while I was walking and instead of detaching at the part of the cable that's actually designed to be detachable, the cable ripped free from the Y-connector. Bit of an oversight in design to have a permanent connection that breaks with less force than a temporary one. I'll be buying another cable (spares are available on the Amazon Global Store for about £10 delivered) and I'll reinforce that area with Sugru.
The sound quality is really good, and at low to moderate sound levels the lows, mediums, highs seem to be quite balanced out, at least well enough to where I am super happy about it for the price they come at.
However, at really loud volumes (to the point where you will damage your ears) the mids/highs seem to become overblown and quite ear hurting, but... nobody will listen to music this loud, and if you do, then these earphones are probably not for you.
Using the sound isolating plugs the isolation is amazing. I listened to music at a low volume and I couldn't hear my mom talking at a normal volume 2 meters away.
Using the non-sound isolating plugs however makes it quite easy to hear what is happening around you, which is great if you are using these in places where you need to be vary of the sounds around you.
The packaging itself is really solid, and it comes with a lot of items inside, which is a big plus! I especially loved all the tips, and especially the sound isolating ones!
I am glad to have found these, since many earphones I've tried, at even much higher price points sound absolutely terrible in comparison to these.
Overall very impressed and now MEE have added the fact you can get a bluethooth adapter for thesse so gym work should be easier.
As for the isolation, I've tried these once playing drums, and I don't think I'd use them again. They really didn't help all that much. I found myself having to turn them up as high as I could to be able to even hear them over my drums. On top of that, I've been using these every day for almost a week while commuting to work and already the included Comply tips are starting to perish - the foam coating is beginning to flake off.
These are probably better than any other earbuds you'll get for the price, but are they worth it? I don't think so. Hold out and spend a little more. I'm still on the fence about whether or not I'm going to be returning mine.
I bought them as a backup for my Shure SE 215s and back to back, the difference is obvious in the low end.
I'm predominantly a bassist and with these its difficult to get enough actual bass. If you're playing guitar or keys they'll likely
do the job but I found myself fighting to hear the bass against a 7 piece band with horns.
I am sure they will last, and somehow that is now a nightmare. I am not the kind of person who would let aside something new, so I will use them for at least six months. But, I am hoping to get over this six months and buy another ones. The reason? The design make it very hurtfull to use. I feel pain everytime I use them, because the hard plastic design hurt my ears. Also, I don't know much about music, I am not an expert, just regular user, but every time I use them I got an itch on my ears. Well, that didn't happened with my previous earphones, which are suppose to be cheaper.
So, for the design, not compatible with every ear, I give this earphones one star.
I received them. They came with very nice case, additional jack, additional cable with mic, .
The sound quality I compared them with one model of Betron. I found that the sound is quieter and with worse basses compared to Betron.
So, if you just looking for sound quality I will not recommend this product. If you are looking for fix earphones for doing some sport or riding motorbike, or being on stage then go for it.