Review: MEElectronics Atlas

MEElectronics | On-Ear Headphone | $ 99.99

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With the new Atlas, the headphone MEElectronics dubs “the next headphone”, MEE incorporates a slew of technologies, old and new, into a pair of headphones.  The in-mold label (IML) printing methods and technology employed allow the headphones to standout in design while the multi-layering due to this technique makes them feel great.  Vented pads tune the sound and add comfort.  Speaking of sound, though, these really just sound great.  (more…)

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Review: MEElectronics A151p

MEElectronics | In-Ear Monitor | $ 79.99

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MEElectronics really has established themselves as a company that can produce IEMs that sound great without the need to break the bank.  The A151 is a classic MEElectronics model, one that I previously reviewed.  The A151p is the mic’d version of the IEM.  For whatever reason, some of the issues I had with the original seem to have disappeared despite being the very same IEM.  The A151p proves to be a sonically strong IEM with its sweet signature

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Review: MEElectronics Metro

MEElectronics | BT In-Ear Headphones | $ 119.99[​IMG]Recently, MEElectronics has expanded their headphone collection into the BT wireless realm, many companies see this as being the future. The Metro represent the in-ear stylings that are wireless using BT 4.0 and APT-X. They actually can push out some pretty good audio overall as well.  (more…)
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Review: MEElectronics M-Duo

MEElectronics | In-Ear Monitor | $79.99[IMG]

A growing company requires growing endeavors. MEElectronics is a growing company that aims to reach up higher with its new M-Duo. As the name suggest, there is something coupled about it. In this case, it’s two dynamic drivers, one for the lows and one for the mids and highs. Multi-driver systems are not new, multi-driver dynamic systems are more rare, but becoming more popular.  (more…)

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Headphone Review: MEElectronics A161p

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MEElectronics has been a strong contender for great quality. Recently, they have updated their line with four new models: two wireless models, the S6, and the A161. This review will take a look at MEE’s new flagship, the A161p. Like it’s older brother, the A151, the A161 offers listeners the detailing and speed of a balanced armature. Offering a good upgrade over the A151, the A161 fixes many of the problems that plagued the A151. (more…)

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Headphone Review: MEElectronics M16P

Affordability, superb sound quality, and durability are three qualities a casual listener seeks. The MEElectronics M16P provides all that, and more. With its low price tag, excellent sound and high build quality, many will agree that this product is a good buy.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Headphone Review: MEElectronics CC51P

Ceramics are as old as time itself. They were used in ancient times for pottery and beautiful pieces of art. Ceramics were used to determine the shift of the Earth’s magnetic field, and to prove that someday, north will become south; south shall become north. Ceramics hold a huge place in history, but are also used in today’s day and age. The shiny, delicate substance is still used to make masterpieces and pottery. MEElectronics however, took ceramics to another level, the use in headphones. Like the wooden CW31Ps, the CC51Ps use ceramic because it creates a more natural vibration than plastic and metals. This ensures the most natural sound possible. The MEE CC51s offer a beautiful design, an inoffensive audio signature that is sure to please, a durable build, ample comfort, and a huge bang for the buck.  Read on for the full review:  (more…)
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Headphone Review: MEElectronics HT-21

“MEElectronics, also known as MEE (M double E), has a goal of providing products with superior sound quality at price points people can afford, providing Musical Enjoyment for Everyone!” At a first look, these headphones are presented nicely in the sleek black box it comes in. While boxes are nice, the headphones are what matter. Looking at them, you’ll notice they are mostly made of plastic material, which concerned me due to the recently high standard for most new portable audio wear. While the external quality didn’t exactly appeal to me, the sound is what could.  Read on for the full review: (more…)

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Headphone Battle: Battle of Wood

Wood is a strong, tough, and durable material that, with the exception of heavy woods like ivory, will float on water. In the past, the best speakers have been built out of wood since they create the most natural resonance and vibrations that allow for the premium listening experience. Wood is natural, and that is why many manufacturers have gone to it, or make specific models out of wood and claim they will sound more natural. However, there are so many different pairs of headphones that promise the most natural sound, which ones sound the best? Even further, which ones offer the best designs, audio, build, comfort, and overall value. Let the battles begin!

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Headphone Review: MEElectronics A151s

MEElectronics, also known as MEE, is a fairly new company being only six years old, but has distinguished themselves by creating quality headphones at an affordable price. MEE has a huge line up of headphones that are able to fit just about every price range. However, all of their series, from C to S, have only used dynamic drivers. In early 2011, MEElectronics introduced a new model, the A151 headphones, which use balanced armature (BA) technology. BAs are better than dynamics because BAs provide better details and high-end response. However, BAs tend to have a more restricted frequency response compared to dynamics. The MEE A151 headphones offer a beautiful design, detailed audio quality, great build quality, good comfort, and a big bang for your buck.

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