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! They are wonderful people and they make fantastic products.
The A151 came packaged in a black cardboard box with a small window displaying the IEMs.
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.
I ended up with ordering two pairs Meelectronics A151 and Hippo VB, I had a friend who wanted a new pair as well, so we bought these two knowing virtually nothing about sound at the time.
Pros: Accurate sound, great value and good cable/accessories
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. I use these almost every day but for some types of music it leaves me wanting more.
These do have a break in period, and from what I understand most good ones do.
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.
design is not a sense.
housing is little bit bigger than other BA transducer IEMs.
Summary: First of all, I’d like to say a big thanks to Mike of Meelectronics for sending me an A151P for me to review.
Meelectronics is a company created in 2005, at which time they made MP3 players. Further down the line in 2010, they started to make their own earphones and headphones and they have further developed their product line. The A151P that I am reviewing now is a revision of the older A151 with an added microphone and one button remote.
Pros: Great All Rounder, Cable, Nice Case, Extremely Comfortable
Summary: I use my earbuds 40-50 hours/week at work in a very noisy factory, and I am on my feet and moving the entire time. I own a cheaper ($30) pair of Sony earbuds which I have used daily for 8+ months and they still work fine, but the wires have become so brittle they are no longer comfortable.
Pros: Great sound, Excellent value, Quality materials
Cons: Nothing so far (but I do miss an inline control for my iPod...)
Summary: From the first day with these I have been very pleased with their sound. They have become my new number one for all genres. The sound is very clear and balanced, They sound great listening to classical but also excel with vocal, acoustic, rock, even drum and bass. They are not bass monsters, the bass is punchy overall they are very balanced and well defined. The cord is a braided dream come true, soft supple, tangle free.
Summary: Pros: Clean pleasing musical sound. Great build quality. Cons: Slightly artificial sounding instruments at times. 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! They are wonderful people and they make fantastic products.
Summary: Personally, I like this product. However, I have a little bit hard time to put it on since I wear a pair of eyeglasses. I try to put the cord behind my ears but the earbuds keep slipping out from inside of my ears. On the other hand, I do like its styling, sound quality and also affordable. Last but not least, there are different size set of earbuds for me to choose from so that I can have a perfect fit in my ears. Overall, I believe I have made a good choice.
Summary: The A151 earbuds are comfortable, attractive, and have excellent sound quality for the money. The twisted cables seem to offer greater durability than other brands that I have used. The cord seems long to me, but I am not tall. They come in a durable, soft, zippered container that fits easily into a purse. I used the smallest pads and would prefer to have an even smaller size offered; however, these are OK.
Pros: Great sound at a great price.
Cons: I would appreciate another set of pads that are even smaller than what is offered.