Summary: This review is written from the perspective of the A151 stock, no external amp or DAC, to give readers an idea of what to expect if they buy these without an amp/DAC. I would like to thanks Meelectronic's for the review sample of the A151 as well!
Pros: Clean pleasing musical sound. Great build quality.
Cons: Slightly artificial sounding instruments at times.
Summary: I recently got interested in IEMs and was previously content with my EP-630 and Sennheiser HD428.
I was getting tired of my EP-630 and decided I wanted to try a new pair of IEMs as the EP-630 had muddy sound but was a bang for the buck back then.
Pros: Accurate sound, great value and good cable/accessories
Summary: I bought this stuff in online market.
And seller emphasized "WARM SOUND".
But my opinion is different. Warm? no, it's cold.
Compare with UE600 and this, you will know what I mean.
A151 has not enough bass to make sound going to warmmy
twisted cable and durable housing is good for price.
Summary: Ok so I am new to all off this. I have always been into music but never had anything quality to listen to. This is my first pair of decently priced headphone and being use to cheap stuff these are like day and night. They have some great mids and highs but they are really lacking in bass.
MEElectronics A151 inner earphone in Review – KICKASS!!
20 July 2011
Conclusion: The A151 sounds like a jackpot. Sure, it’s got a few issues such as its so-so cable and mild midrange suck-out and mediocre access0ry [my 0h key died] kit. But s0undwise and happy-wise, this earph0ne is great, and well w0rth a GRAB. MEEl, work a little more on your cable and y0u’ve g0t a KISS!
Conclusion: So “who’s the king of the hill?” Hmm, all in all I really like these earphones; they have great value for the asking price and perform very well overall. What’s not to like with attributes such as: good isolation, comfortable to wear, lightweight and virtually microphonics free cable, accurate sound...
Pros: Great value for price, Very comfortable and non-fatiguing, Good detail and accurate sound reproduction, Good light weight cable, almost microphonics free
Cons: Minor point – I prefer right angle 3.5mm plug over included straight plug, Poor stress relief on the 3.5mm straight plug, Loss of detail in the sub-bass region and at the very top end of the spectrum