These entry-level in-ears from MEElectronics aren't flashy or expensive, but they get the job done.
16 October 2012
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a set of headphones to take with you exercising, you’re probably going to want a pair that doesn’t cost much, sounds relatively okay, and blocks out a good amount of outside noise. While they definitely don’t score the best, the MEElectronics M6s fit this bill to a T, and should satisfy most people looking to grab a pair of in-ears that they can abuse while they get swole.
Excerpt: I’ve mentioned in earlier reviews that I tend to find many earbuds uncomfortable, especially the hard, standard earbuds from Apple. Although I’ve found a few earphones that are comfortable and sound good, I’m always willing to try out another pair. When Julie offered the M6 earphones for review, I asked to give them a try.
Pros: Very comfortable, Sound good, Moderately priced
MEElectronics Ai-M6 & Ai-M9 Review – Royalty on a Budget
13 July 2009
Excerpt: . Established 2005 in southern California, MEELectronics focus on providing customers with quality products and services at the best prices possible. MEElectronics’ products are aimed at iPod and iPhone owners, offering a multitude of earphones and portable speakers. Today, we have their top-tier earphones with us, the Ai-M6 and the Ai-M9. Both house the same driver, same specifications, and the same sound. The difference you ask?
Pros: Great construction, Inexpensive, Great sound, So many accessories, comfortable
Excerpt: Headphones come in different shapes and sizes and the MEElectronics M6 is a pair of in-ear phones with over-the-ear design that resembles stage monitor earphones. The MEE M6 is an upgrade over the M9 that we reviewed earlier.