Summary: MEElectronics customer service was a pleasure to deal with. I told them about my old ear buds, still under warranty, and all I had to do was cut up the old pair, take a photo with a hand written note, and they sent me out this as a replacement. All done through email when I had the time.
Pros: I received these as a replacement for another older model that is now discontinued and ultimately failed. All the negatives from the older model are wonderfully absent in this one. I've said it before, I'm no audiophile, but it sounds like these other reviewers are, and if they are happy with the...
Cons: In the few months I've been using these, nothing yet.
Inexpensive headphone that outperforms many more expensive counterparts.
Harry L., Newegg
5 June 2014
Summary: While listening to some harsh techno I noticed slight bits of sibilance, but after 12 hours of burn-in with a pink noise FLAC on repeat, it has become unnoticeable.
Pros: It takes a full advantage of the dual driver design, and produces deep, punchy, yet well-controlled bass while excels in high notes like some balanced-armature headphones do. The sound stage is slightly v-shaped, as the mid may sound a bit subdued, but I find it rather fun to listen to.
Cons: Ear tips need some improvement. Those translucent tips quickly become slippery and easy slip out of my ears after hours of use. Replacing them with the double-flanged tips (included with the purchase) remedied the slipping issue, but they aren't as comfortable as the single-flanged tips.
Summary: I received these headphones a month ago and am extremely pleased with them. First off, as soon as you place them in your ears, they are comfortable to someone who has had problems getting earbuds in the past. Once you plug them in, the true pleasurable sound experience begins.
Summary: The Meelectronics M-Duo is the newest addition to their Signature series of in-ear headphones. Its dual dynamic drivers boast strong and well-extended bass, including a separate woofer and tweeter.
Pros: -Sound- The M-Duo fits right in as a flagship addition to the M-Series, offering a fun, yet only mildly V-shaped sound. These IEMs are far from neutral or analytical. The first thing anyone will notice upon listening to the M-Duo is the earthshaking subbass response, which enjoys a powerful boost...
Cons: - Remote/mic position hindered when worn over the ear - Mild driver flex - Average Isolation (need to blast away louder noises) - Longer tips may be uncomfortable - Soundstage wide but lacking in depth - No version without remote/mic (for some a Con)
Pros: When I first received my M-Duo, and opened the upscale packaging, the construction of the M-Duo really impressed me. The headphone itself is all metal construction, with a built in microphone/control switch on the cable. The headphone jack has a unique right angle designe..very easy to insert and...
Great IEM for the money, build quality needs attention
Tymen Jissink, Amazon
7 November 2014
Summary: One of the best IEMs you can buy for the money. I actually prefer these over the Nuforce Ne-700X. Both have been tested with Comply T400 tips (a must, in my opinion). Unfortunately, the M Duo's left in-ear stopped working. Within just two months of very light usage.
Summary: straight out of the box the plastic shirt clip broke and the remote mic did not work .. add insult to injury they sound awful and every thing about them is cheap .. I have a pair of JVC XX that are all plastic and they sound 10 times better for a fraction of the cost
Summary: Great earphones that meet all my expectations. I had to buy some additional foam ear pieces as I have problems with the fit of the ones provided. Thats not a problem with the earphones, its me! - would have been 5* Not 'run in' yet and I'm looking forward to the even better sound.