Pros: Good enough sound quality. The flexible factor makes it comfortable. Only used in my office to drown out office noise.
Cons: Right around a year, the flex part of the headphones is splitting and I can't take the headphones off without the rubber ear pieces falling off or staying in my ear. Very irritating. The cord is a bit shorter than I would like. Just long enough to have it in my pocket which is a bit limiting
Summary: I've been using the Meelectronics M9 earbuds for a couple of years now, and have even given them as gifts, I was so impressed with the quality of sound and durability for the money. But I was looking for a pair that would stay in my ears more securely when exercising, so thought I'd try the M6. The specs for these buds are nearly identical, both using 9mm drivers and having 16 ohm impedance, but WOW is that where the similarities end!
Pros: good fit and isolation, choice of ear tips, price
Summary: You can get much better earphones for the same price on another brand.
Pros: Sound quality is fine, however....
Cons: The main issue with these earphones is the ergonomics. The earbuds are extremely uncomfortable and the design is just awkward. It does not fit in the ear very well and does not isolate sound as much as I expected.
Summary: I bought these to go with my SanDisk Sansa Clip + and ended up using the headphones provided by SanDisk instead. The freebie headphones that came with the MP3 player sound loads better than these and I don't have to wait for some stupid (imaginary?) break-in period for my headphones to sound the way I expect them to.
Pros: Take this review for what you will. I do realize that sound is a very relative thing, and one mans trash is another mans treasure. One egg for the cord wrap and one egg for the carrying case.
Cons: Not so good sound. Almost no low end at all. People talk about a break-in period for new headphones, with some saying it will take as long as 300 hours of listening time for the headphones to reach their ultimate sound. 300 hours? Really? That is just stupid. I don't buy a blender expecting to make terrible tasting margaritas for a year till it is "broken in". Why would I want headphones that did not provide optimal sound upon arrival? If break-in is required (and I a...