MEE audio Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Headphones : They are not active noise canceling but the isolation is great. It may take a little trial and error

I have extremely tiny ears, like small child sized ears. I’ve tried all sorts of “over the ear” type of ear buds but they always fall off. This was the only one that worked. I’m not an audiophile so the sound on these are good enough for me. Your mileage may vary, but i’ve been able to put them in and lay down on my side to watch videos with no discomfort. I’ve bought 3 pairs of these since i love them so much and am afraid of them being discontinued at one point.

Worked great while they worked. After using for a few months they seem to get a short circuit in the wiring.

These are good for sleeping because of the flat surface, so i’ve gotten a few of the meelectronics ones like this. Sleeping with them seems to wear headphones out really quickly and these actually last longer than most others. This particular pair has a built-in microphone. I didn’t need that, but last time i needed some, these were cheaper than the ones without it. So, i thought they’d be identical. I found that the ear piece cord on these wasn’t as durable. But most importantly to me, the microphone prevents the slider that holds the two earphone cords together from going all the way to the top. I rely on that to avoid tangling when traveling, and was disappointed that i couldn’t do that. For most of you, that isn’t going to be an issue, but it is a little annoyance.

These are extremely impressive for the price. Very comfortable, with fantastic sound. I needed something to use while running and i ended up liking these so much i use them for all listening i was doing with my monster turbine pro’s and apple factory supplied in-ears. The one thing i would reiterate from another review i read before purchasing, these really block out environmental sound, so be very careful if using to run where there is traffic. The only thing these are lacking is a push-button volume option to work with iphones.

  • Pleasant surprise
  • O-Ring Spacers NEEDED for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus
  • Not identical to it’s sibling

MEE audio Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire and Inline Microphone and Remote (Pink)

  • Secure over-the-ear fit with memory wire technology
  • Sweat-resistant and noise-isolating design
  • Engineered for runners and gym-goers
  • Premium enhanced-bass sound
  • Inline microphone and remote; includes 1-year manufacturer’s warranty

Sounds ok, feel weird having something dangling as i am now used to wireless and bought these as the backup headphones. For the price, they are great.

These earbuds fit well and stay in place beautifully while running. The adjustable wires allow for a nice snug fit without being uncomfortable. The sound quality is nice too.

These are very simple, yet effective headphones. They are not active noise canceling but the isolation is great. It may take a little trial and error to get the right fit for the rubber in-ear pieces, but the package comes with at least 3 different sizes and one of them should work. These are also great for working out as they stay put, but i could see how after some use the over ear wires would become to flexible.

These headphones have lasted me almost 2 years. I usually wear them 5 days a week for anywhere from 4 to 14 hours at a time which speaks to how comfortable they are. The only downside i’ve had with these is that the mute button never worked with my phone.

I might have imagined it, but i think there was something in the description about being sweat resistant. I didn’t have a problem with the buds themselves, but during the third workout, siri started asking me what i wanted and the song kept jumping ahead. Realized the button/mic was wet and activating. I was going to return them, but just wrapped a piece of tape around the button and it seems to be working ok. They fit well and don’t completely fall out even with a lot of sweat. They sometimes get loose, but i am still experimenting with the many different rubber tips they give you. The fit, sound, and price combination are as good as any of the headphones i’ve tried for workouts.

I’m not sure if my ears are not made for earphones/headphones but it has taken me many years to find earphones. I actually was wearing head phones for the longest time (the ones that goes over the head) because the earphones would pop out. I even tried the earphones designed by athletes where you push in and twist and that was a major fail. I found this brand and model randomly i think on a lightning deal and i’ve been wearing it ever since. Everybody’s ear is different so i can’t vouch for it, but the memory wire or whatever it is contours to my ears perfectly and i will continue buying this ear phones for a while.

I wanted something smaller than my big over ear v-moda’s to take on trips and to wear while outside. These work very well for that purpose. I bought these because i wanted the memory wire and i wanted something a little cuter than basic black or white. I love the green color and the fit seems to work well. Listening to music with them is a little tinny especially compared to what i’m used to, but i bought them for audiobooks and podcasts so that’s less of an issue for me.

Good pair over all however the memory wire is jot the best and you have to refit it several times during a workout.

Love the way these fit and no wire noise in my ear whn i run. Fits around my ears exactly and i hav tiny ears.

Great headphones for use under a helmet. They fit in the ear very well. I wish that they had volume controls instead of just a play/pause button, but i knew that when i bought them. Great sound for a very low price.

You do not have a button to change songs, didn’t realize how much i miss that feature. You really can’t complain cause of the price. I would suggest you guys spend a few dollars more and get the higher model. I’ll be keeping this in my bag or car as a backup. You’ll also need to buy the “meelectronics o-ring spacers for iphone 6 and iphone 6 plus 3. 99 w/ free shipping for 2 rings). Their other headsets were no problem, but the design of this particular headphone plug makes the phone to crazy. It randomly opens siri and voice control and goes haywire.

I thought the control would have a volume control instead of just a single button. If it did, these would be five stars. No problems after three weeks of pretty sweaty use. The adjustable wire is a really good feature for exercising.

Good quality overall, but the bass (sound) is very weak (and i am not picky). I bought this to use while running. The wires that fit around your ears are not so easy to adjust and do not hold onto my ears as tightly as i had hoped. The plugs/buds fit ok inside my ears, but if i push then too deep, so that they don’t come out, they make me feel like i have a cork in ears and apply too much pressure. So far the comfort while running has been disappointing, but not so terrible that it deserves to be returned. I have not yet tested the mic.

If you’re a runner with energy than cash, this is certainly among the better low-budget options available. It’s performance wont touch the $50+ sport headphones or the premium brands (like the $150 bose sport ones, which i had), but they sound fine, will stay in your ears during long runs and (best of all) are surprisingly durable. I’ve thrown mine all over the place and they work just as well as the day i opened the package. I’ve probably run a few hundred miles since i purchased them, and they’ve yet to really hiccup on me. If you’ve got the spare change, it probably wouldn’t hurt to go for a more expensive option, but there’s nothing cheaper i’ve found that will actually serve as an effective workout accompaniment.

Had problems getting high quality sound at times. If i hold it in my ear, i get the full effect with bass, treble, etc. However, when i stick it in my ear and start moving, i lose some of those qualities. Probably more of an issue with the product not fitting me personally. It is functional, just not quite the overall quality i was hoping for. I’ll still use from time to time, but probably wouldn’t repurchase.

I love these and buy new ones every time ui lose them, give one away or break it by stepping on the end and then standing up ripping them apart.

I didn’t have much to lose when purchasing these earbuds. I couldn’t find good oem replacement earbuds that came with the galaxy (and if i did they all went out on one side or got lost) and wanted something that was comfortable, sounded great and cheap. I’m pretty rough on earbuds since i commute everyday so i couldn’t see myself spending more than $20 on a pair of cans. These turned out to be a welcome surprise for the money. Let’s go to the breakdown:pros:- price. Under $20 which was the goal- fit. Takes some getting used to but i find the behind the ear wire more comfortable and stable than most other earbuds i’ve used. Plus the don’t fall out of your ears as easily. The double flange on the earbud tips helps form a good seal in your ear canal. There is some noise isolation but don’t expect it to be on par with $50+ earphones.

These earbuds are some of the most comfortable earbuds i have ever put on. However, the sound quality is not good. There is absolutely no bass. I do not need a lot, but, a little goes a long way. I would be willing to purchase their more expensive models to see if they pick up where these are lacking. I was going to return them but a $6. 00 charge to return, i would be losing that on $10 earbuds, so i decided to keep them. I will wear them when i am riding my bicycle on my commute, since i listen to talk radio most of the time anyway.

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MEE audio Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Headphones, good stuff for cheap.

Sounds ok, feel weird having something dangling as i am now used to wireless and bought these as the backup headphones. For the price, they are great.

Love the way these fit and no wire noise in my ear whn i run. Fits around my ears exactly and i hav tiny ears.

These stay in my ear much better than my old headphones. The part of the cord around the ears is memory wire, and it stays in place fairly well. It also hasn’t worn out from me constantly readjusting the angle, which is great. I love being able to pause my music with the phone button, and the fact that they clip to my shirt keeps them out of the way while i work out.

Key specs for MEE audio Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire and Inline Microphone and Remote (Pink):

  • Secure over-the-ear fit with memory wire technology
  • Sweat-resistant and noise-isolating design
  • Engineered for runners and gym-goers
  • Premium enhanced-bass sound
  • Inline microphone and remote; includes 1-year manufacturer’s warranty

Comments from buyers

“Pleasant surprise
, O-Ring Spacers NEEDED for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus
, Not identical to it’s sibling

I have ordered several pairs due to my kids stealing mine, and a cat who loves to chew up headphones.

I have been seeing these in ears for a while on amazon now and the design kinda intrigued me. I picked up a pair and got them within three days, the first time i tried them i was very surprised. While not being as good or as expensive as the m6 model these headphones have clear highs and mids. As for the bass it is not too impressive but strong enough for you to feel it during a song. The memory wire definitely does its part and does not show any kind of wear. I find these headphones better in songs where the focus is on instramentals and not bass. The headphones, like others need to be worn in to get the best out put so use them as much as possible, maybe play them overnight. I highly recommend this for the gym, the passive noise isolation blocks out ambient noise, and the shirt clip keeps it in place. These headphones will definitely keep a place in my favorite in ears’.

Great performance, low price, decent build quality. Always have 2 pairs on hand. One to use and one to have as backup when i break/loose/lend/share mine with others and never get them back. No need to spend any more on their more expencive brothers with the all the bells and whistles. Trust me those bits just break. Ok you can pause and skip tracks as well.

Use it for workout, works great. Just a bit harder to store due to the wires near the headphones, but that should be obvious. The larger ear buds which seal better keep falling off the earphones. I switched to smaller ear buds and they seem to stay on better. I’m pretty hard on my earphones, including sleeping with them sometimes on, and to my surprise (knock on wood) they are still fine months later.

Got these for running about 6 months ago and have been very pleased with them. They stay in my ears and have good sound quality.

I didn’t have much to lose when purchasing these earbuds. I couldn’t find good oem replacement earbuds that came with the galaxy (and if i did they all went out on one side or got lost) and wanted something that was comfortable, sounded great and cheap. I’m pretty rough on earbuds since i commute everyday so i couldn’t see myself spending more than $20 on a pair of cans. These turned out to be a welcome surprise for the money. Let’s go to the breakdown:pros:- price. Under $20 which was the goal- fit. Takes some getting used to but i find the behind the ear wire more comfortable and stable than most other earbuds i’ve used. Plus the don’t fall out of your ears as easily. The double flange on the earbud tips helps form a good seal in your ear canal. There is some noise isolation but don’t expect it to be on par with $50+ earphones.

You do not have a button to change songs, didn’t realize how much i miss that feature. You really can’t complain cause of the price. I would suggest you guys spend a few dollars more and get the higher model. I’ll be keeping this in my bag or car as a backup. You’ll also need to buy the ‘meelectronics o-ring spacers for iphone 6 and iphone 6 plus 3. 99 w/ free shipping for 2 rings). Their other headsets were no problem, but the design of this particular headphone plug makes the phone to crazy. It randomly opens siri and voice control and goes haywire.

Only problem i’ve had with these is that the soft part that goes in your ears falls off on me.

I might have imagined it, but i think there was something in the description about being sweat resistant. I didn’t have a problem with the buds themselves, but during the third workout, siri started asking me what i wanted and the song kept jumping ahead. Realized the button/mic was wet and activating. I was going to return them, but just wrapped a piece of tape around the button and it seems to be working ok. They fit well and don’t completely fall out even with a lot of sweat. They sometimes get loose, but i am still experimenting with the many different rubber tips they give you. The fit, sound, and price combination are as good as any of the headphones i’ve tried for workouts.

Have a few sets of these, just wish these included the carrying case that the mee m6 included.

I like the different size ear cushions, as i needed the smallest one. I’m disappointed, however, that the inline mic doesn’t work with my motorola. I read product descriptions very carefully to determine whether or not it would work with an android and thought i selected the right one. Either i made a mistake, or this device is not compatible with my mobile phone. The sound is fine, but i was planning to use it as a hand-free device in my car.

I love these and buy new ones every time ui lose them, give one away or break it by stepping on the end and then standing up ripping them apart.

Sound quality is not 5 stars, but functionality is 10 stars. Makes perfect sense to slip the cord over your ear, but with headphones that aren’t long enough it can be hard to workout with them. These are good headphones for workouts, but not if you care tons about super high quality.

Got these for a coworker and he loves them. I have shure se215ltd and he liked the earhooks and the cable routing. Did not like those were $100+ so i found him these. They are still in his ears today.

These are very simple, yet effective headphones. They are not active noise canceling but the isolation is great. It may take a little trial and error to get the right fit for the rubber in-ear pieces, but the package comes with at least 3 different sizes and one of them should work. These are also great for working out as they stay put, but i could see how after some use the over ear wires would become to flexible.

I have several pair of headphones of varying price ranges.

I’m not sure if my ears are not made for earphones/headphones but it has taken me many years to find earphones. I actually was wearing head phones for the longest time (the ones that goes over the head) because the earphones would pop out. I even tried the earphones designed by athletes where you push in and twist and that was a major fail. I found this brand and model randomly i think on a lightning deal and i’ve been wearing it ever since. Everybody’s ear is different so i can’t vouch for it, but the memory wire or whatever it is contours to my ears perfectly and i will continue buying this ear phones for a while.

I have purchased these as well as the meelectronics headphones without the microphone and prefer the ones without the microphone. These seem to be a worse fit for me, do not come with a carrying pouch and i do not like the microphone placement.

I have extremely tiny ears, like small child sized ears. I’ve tried all sorts of ‘over the ear’ type of ear buds but they always fall off. This was the only one that worked. I’m not an audiophile so the sound on these are good enough for me. Your mileage may vary, but i’ve been able to put them in and lay down on my side to watch videos with no discomfort. I’ve bought 3 pairs of these since i love them so much and am afraid of them being discontinued at one point.

Good fit, stay in my ears through all types of exercise. It’s easy to form the black part to fit around your ears. Plugs into my galaxy s6 even with a case on. There is a button on the wire that allows you to pause and play and skip songs which is nice. I do wish there were volume controls on the wire too. Otherwise, handy headphones and i love the color.

Good pair over all however the memory wire is jot the best and you have to refit it several times during a workout.

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MEE audio MEElectronics M9P Flat Cable In-Ear Headphone – Good value

They stay in my ears and the cord has a clip on it, plus i can answer a call if i have to. The sound is good, the fit is good and the price is fantastic for what you get. If they continue to hold up i’ll be pleased. I was not looking for exquisite sound at this price point, and frankly have not taken the time to compare it to other sets. If you are looking for a nice upgrade from crappy buds for being active and using your phone, highly recommend. The button works on the bionic. The mic also works well with no complaints from the other end.

I own a pair of meelectronics m9p-bk. These are fantastic in-ear monitor (iem) type headphones. I agree though that any shaking or moving of the wire translates into noise in the earphones which is unfortunate. The mic and button are great. The only reason you wouldn’t want a mic is if you didn’t listen to your music on your cellphone, otherwise, it is a great feature (also handy when skyping). Coupled with the jays headset app for android, the single button inline mic also allows to skip track so you don’t have to fiddle around with your phone (i just use my pebble watch though :d ). Good solid headphones, great price. I mean these are a clear step up from earbuds packaged with phones. I can’t go back to the white apple headphones anymore. The fit, the sound is by far way.

As i finally came into the 21st century and started using my iphone for digital music (i had been using a cassette walkman for the past 15 years)i found that the ear buds that came with the phone did not fit comfortably. I saw a review in the local newspaper about the mee m9 in-ear headphone and decided to order them. It comes with four sets of rubber ends to put on the end of the headphone. I have chosen the smallest size and they fit perfectly and i no longer feel as if the headphones will pop out of my ears if i move my head. I use these primarily at the gym while on a cross-trainer (elliptical machine) and find that the sound and comfort are great. They also come with a nice case that is easy to use to store my headphones between gym visits. I recommend them highly to those of you who find the standard iphone ear buds don’t fit well. Here are the specifications for the MEE audio MEElectronics M9P Flat Cable In-Ear Headphone:

  • Experience enhanced deep bass, airy treble, and great clarity from the proprietary 9mm dynamic driver
  • Inline microphone, remote, and universal volume control allow handsfree use with phones, tablets, and other devices
  • Designed with a metal housing, flat cable, and angled nozzle for durability, usability, and style
  • Compact in-ear design provides comfort and noise isolation
  • Includes zipper carrying case, shirt clip, and 5 sets of ear tips; 1-Year manufacturer’s warranty

I poked around and did a fair amount of research and finally bought these for $15 bucks and wow. Very high quality for music – i’m, listening to some jazz vocals right now and everything sounds full and warm and dimensional – i feel like i can hear different parts of the band. Voice quality on phone calls is okay, and i love that i can use these for both purposes. Have been bummed that a beloved pair of noise-cancellation phones have finally died. The replacements i want are really expensive. Satisfying knowing that my stopgap solution was really inexpensive. Am tempted to buy a 2nd pair for when i inevitably trash these.

I’ve been using the headphones about an hour now on a variety of music that i own. So far they are doing very well on all types of music. The packaging seems a little flimsy but a great buy none the less. Sound quality – most genres i’ve listened to are projected pretty well. Ear buds needs broken in to get full sound and so far these are doing pretty well. Tweaking with the soundboard gives a pretty good response on the ear buds. I’ve used an iphone as well and the same goes for mobile devices. What little you can arrange for a mixer and equalizer, the ear buds respond well.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Good sound might have comfort issues.
  • Amazing value and great sound
  • Minus a star only because of price hike.

Sound quality: 5/5 my gf likes its :), she did mentioned that she can hear sound that she did not hear before with her old headphone. 0/5 the included tips are nice, gives you a variety of choices to use with your ear canals. The cord construction is sturdy. However the plastic material that the cord is made of does not like to straighten out. Since unpacking it from the box the cord still bends the way that it originally was folded and i cannot straighten it out. In this case i wish the manufacture use soft plastic for to insulate the cord so that you can bend it whichever way and it will remember its straight shape. The cord looks so cheap because it’s tangled up.

I purchased these iems because the reviews were great on them and for the price, they make great cheap secondary iems. Now, don’t think that these will beat out the more expensive and exquisite pairs out there because they just can’t for the sound quality alone. However, what they lack in sound quality compared to the more expensive iems out there they make up with their price. At around $30, you get some really nice iems with features that the more expensive brand names lack. You get a very long flat cable (i love flat cables), metal housings (great for durability), a 90 degree end-jack (less stress on the end), and a sliding volume control + play/pause/skip/answer calls controller that works for iphones and android devices. My complaints with these iems is that the length might be a bit too long for average height people (i’m a 5’7′ guy so it’s a bit too long for me) and the controller seems to be on the heavy side. Not only is the controller heavy but a tad bit bulky. The sound quality isn’t going to knock your socks off nor can it compete with iems like the klipsch image s4s but it is, by no means, weak or cheap-sounding. Now, i’m no audiophile but the sound is a bit on the bass-heavy side with a good level of highs. The mids seem to be the weak point but you can usually fix that by messing with your eq (if you have customizable eq settings.

My original review:i got them mainly to talk on my samsung transform. I have a motorola h17 bluetooth, (but where i am at most of the time the sound to the person on the other end will go up and down making it unusable so i am getting rid of it). I’ve had these earphones for less than a week. The sound is very clear, but the microphone works only if i put it between my chin and lower lip. This can be done using the tightener on the wires, but it is a pain. Regardless, for me at this point it much more convenient and easier to listen to and talk with than a bluetooth. The person on the other end has no problem hearing me using the microphone in this way (i. Still, if i let the microphone hang or even brought close to my neck the other person can barely hear me at best.

The sound quality of these headphones is amazing for what they cost. I love the inline volume control and single control button that works with my samsung galaxy note 3 to answer calls, play/pause audio, etc. However, as far as taking calls on these goes, they produce a very obnoxious echo for the other party if the volume is turned up above a minimal level. My guess is that the mic pics up the output from the headphones and feeds it back to the other party. This is a bummer – they have a mic, but it’s essentially useless. Ah well, i just got them to use as headphones anyway.

I’m not a sound engineer or musician: here’s my typical consumer’s review. Excellent quality for the price, mic works well (a bit low in volume), comfortable in the ears, when the plugs are fully and properly placed inside the ear chamber it does cancelled outside noise, comes with three ear plug sizes, use mine for my itouch (2nd g), the cord in standard length, and the wire-core is protected by two layers: an inner weaved-shealthing and the outer clear plastic housing. Some people complain about hearing knocking noise from the cord as it bounce or hit against the body from movement; i can’t see how this could ever be eliminated on such a small diameter of a cord. You have to make the cord much thicker packed with installation to eliminate all the contact noise and that would be unproductive for this item’s function. However, it’s not a total lost, contact noise from this cord isn’t bad to hardly noticeable, maybe because of the double protective sheathing. My only complain is that the output/input (thru the mic) and sound output from the ear plugs is not as loud as the cheaper models. I don’t brain-blast my head with loud music. I like a volume that fills in the space, if you know what i mean. But these are a bit on the low volume output side. I have to set my itouch almost 3/4 to full volume to get the volume level i like; these are just flat out about -1/4 lower in volume output than all the rest.

They lasted about 3 months after my first return that was within weeks of the original order. I don’t think they are that bad of a product, i mean $20 is pretty decent though if i weigh out average cost for a year that would mean buying an $80 set of headphones and hoping they last 12 months. I like the volume and shut off feature inline. I may look for a pair of over ear as these do get bothersome during the course of extended wearing periods.

I purchased this item years ago because the cable intrigued me. I was tired of headphones being in a tangled mess and searched for something better. These turned out to be great headphones overall. The sound quality is amazing and no, the cables do not tangle like conventional headphones do. These headphones have served me for 5 years through 3 different cell phones, weekly travels, and general abuse, yet they are still in great working condition.

– noise isolation: decent- bass response: very good- sound stage: very good- build quality: very good- compatibility: works with my bb torch- accessories: pouch (very useful), extra plugs, cord winder (very useful). – wire: long enough and non-tangling- pin: a little protruding from the phone than others’. – price: $10 (no kidding)- value for money: extreme (best iems so far)- stupidity: i did not buy another as a back up when it was $10. I listen to a lot of indian classical instrumental music, especially tabla (indian drums) and have invested in some serious bulky headphones for listening intricate tabla notes and the detail there in. But bulky headphones aren’t as portable and do not have mics built in. I was blown by the detail i was hearing from these $10s. They come pretty close to the more expensive ones, in fact i am thinking they might actually kill some of the top shelf brands out there very easily. I was always discouraged by the iems since they never produced the bass i wanted. After reading the rave reviews about these i had to try them out for myself and now i am thinking an extra $10 would have been worthwhile for a backup pair. These iems are not the ordinary types for sure.

I’ve had headphones from meelectronics before, and i wanted to like these. The biggest issue is the sturdiness of flat cable. Out of the box, there is a visible ‘kink’ or malformation in the cable, and touching that area causes the headphones to crackle. Even without touching the cable, the headphones sometimes make crackling sounds when i’m listening to music which is annoying and concerning. It feels like the headphones are already breaking/are broken, even though i’ve only had them a few days. Maybe i received a faulty pair?. The best feature is that the mic and controls seem to work well. I’ve made a few phone calls and haven’t had any complaints.

These headphones fit well in my ears and they stay well. I thought the flat cables wouldn’t tangle as badly, but they still get tangled. There is some sound isolation, but not as much as the shure earbuds that i have. These are good for walking or other not terribly strenuous activities, i don’t know how they would be for runners. Sound seems to be pretty fair. Mic seems to pick up ok, but i haven’t every tried it under difficult conditions like outside on a windy day.

Although amazon now advertises a new model alongside these phones, the price has doubled since my purchase a couple of months ago. Admittedly i would never have come into a possession of the pair at the current price level, but i’m still tickled to have made their discovery. The driver is relatively small, but if you find the right earpiece (the smallest always works best for me), bass frequencies are more than adequate. In addition, the mic and in-line ipod control have both performed consistently and well. Finally, the extras alone (extra tips, designer case) were by themselves worth the cost i paid. Later i found a pair of generic ‘premium’ earphones with mic (in white, and elsewhere in black–both on amazon)–at half the price and decided i’d try them. Now i understand why some buyers complain about a set of phones being totally ‘worthless. ‘ the generic ‘premium’ pair had mediocre sound, a speaker that cut out, and an in-line mic gizmo that not only failed to record decently but obstructed the sound. I’d take these at 4 times the cost over the so-called ‘premium’ phones with mic. [original review: these phones at an entry-level price come with all the features normally associated with high-end, expensive phones. ]

Meelectronics has some good headphones but these are not the best but considering the price i suppose they are ok. I used them extensively at home, while travelling and even at the gym. First i’d like to point out that i have other earphones from koss and sennheiser and i only got these because of the mic function and for that reason i am completely satisfied. They work with my android phone to answer phone calls and to control my music. However, if you care about sound quality then look else where but if you are just replacing the stock headphone that came with your device then this is a good candidate. After using them for about 4 months the left earphone suddenly went out and after contacting meelectronics they sent me out a new pair but the same thing happened to the replacement. The quality is what is to be expected at the price point.

I like to use in-ear headphones for multiple consecutive hours, and unfortunately these are designed to be wide and short, so if you insert them into your ear canal to get a proper fit, the edge of the metal digs into the outside of your ear canal. The only way i’ve been able to wear them without this happening has been to use a pair of skullcandy large tips since the skullcandy tips extend further from the metal edge and allow me to insert them far enough without the metal having to go partway in. However, the large tips do not really fit, so i’ve had to sacrifice sound quality for comfort. I would also like to note that, for the lay listener (like myself), the bass on these is not that strong. Audiophile forums say the bass is ‘heavy’ or ‘punchy’ but in reality, they are about 75% as intense as the skullcandy ink’d earbuds i’d hoped these could replace (after i lost them). I would recommend skullcandy ink’d over these; half the price at non-online stores, and the earbud curves in at the end so there’s never a sharp edge digging into your skin.

I started off with a pair of monster $100 ibeats, but the bass was lacking, and the controls were buggy. I returned them, and tried these after reading reviews on amazon. The bass is phenomenal after 20 hours of break-in. Crisp and clean sound, comfortable, and well-built. First, i could not get a good seal with the included tips, and picked up some large ’round’ tips from monster which transform these into incredible iems. I’ve also had some people complain about the microphone quality on calls, and miss the volume controls that were on the monsters, and on my apple buds. I’ve purchased three pair for family, and did get one bad pair that had a short near the volume control. Amazon did an immediate no-cost replacement for me, so no big deal. All-in-all, an incredible value compared to most of the overpriced gear on the market.

I decided to try these earbuds after seeing some good reviews on them from another website. Basically the review i read had them rated very high,especially for being some of the most inexpensive earbuds tested in it’s group. I thought i was going to get them for a bargain on ebay at $15 and then i found them on amazon for $10 and got free super saver shippingthe earbuds have high quality cables, gold plated tip and a really clear microphone. There is an adjustable slider to make the wires more comfortable, along with a clip to secure the mic to your lapel/shirt etc. There are 5 different sets of earbud adapters, so you can try which ones fit comfortably and sound the best for you. There is an included zippered case for storage, it’s a nice touch. It holds the earbuds, plus the different adapters and keeps them protected. I have an htc evo 3d as my main music listening device and these earbuds are great. I can pause songs with them, answer and make phone calls etc. They work great with my ipod nano as well.

I bought these headphones while looking for a cheap pair of iems that had a microphone/play pause attachment that i could leave in my backpack and use with my phone on the go. It’s been used exclusively on my droid x running various versions of android 2. The microphone and play/pausesince this was my main reason for buying this set, i wanted to write a little. The microphone worked fine in the stock dialer apps, i didn’t dry it with any others. The play/pause button worked for me in winamp and the stock music app. Unfortunately, this past week (after 9 months of pretty regular use) the plastic enclosure holding the microphone and button has busted open (picture attached). My guess for how this happened would be due to the oval shape of the enclosure. Any sort of rotational torque placed on the two opposing strands of cable can result in popping the enclosure open.

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