Summary: Compared to other balanced-armature earphones out there, these offer incredible value for money. They accurately reproduce your music with fidelity and detailed finesse, at half the price of their competitors. Impressive stuff!
Pros: Pristine detail, Finely-tuned, balanced sound, Incredible value
Summary: Cheap armature headphones make great portable AUDIOPHILE companion, extremely easy to drive, I don't need to carry an amp to get good, detailed sound from my ipod/smartphone
Pros: extremely articulate high frequencies, makes older songs sound alive and way more detailed, brings vocals clearly to the foreground
Cons: NOT FOR BASSHEADS...if you are used to Beats by Dr. Dre or cheapo earbud they'll sound tiny and squeaky to you...try some Sennheiser HD 202 II instead...once they break... try these so you'll enjoy all the details missing from other earphones
Summary: I have several other pairs of buds in this price range and a couple above. For the best sound for the money, I believe Thinksound is best. The other end of the spectrum are these. This is my first really negative review but I feel it's warranted.
Pros: nice braided cable does not tangle
Cons: Both earbuds work. If only one had worked, there would only be half of the bassless, sqawky screech that would come to my ears. I can't believe a company wouldn't listen to other manufacturers to see if they were even in the ballpark before they release a product that sounds like this. I've tried in on several pieces of equipment out of disbelief and the results were the same.
Summary: First of, the A151 is a balanced armature earphone. For most people, this will be the first balanced armature driver they have ever had. Balanced armature earphones are generally known for having fantastic mids, detailed highs and a low amount of bass. This is due to how a dynamic driver can move more air then a typical balanced armature earphone. In this sense, the ME A151 is a fantastic example of a balanced armature headphone.
Pros: Amazing detailed mids, durable cable, Great warranty
Cons: Treble roll-off(Could be a pro), not for basslovers
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.