Reviews and Problems with MEElectronics S6 Sport-Fi
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30 November 2012
Summary: Bought: May 3013 (Now is Oct 26)
Use: Daily use, approximately 2 hours a day.
Price: $20, no idea why the price raise up so high.
- 6 pair of ear tips (Single flange 3 sizes, 1 Double flanges and 2 Triple flanges)
- Armband: Look goods
- Case : Kinda big, looks good
- 2 shirt clips : Attach with cables
- Extension cable.
- Solid cables with L-plug on extension and straight plug on original.
Pros: Solid build, Good Acessories set, All-Around sounds, Comfortable to wear.
Cons: Harsh high, Memory wire may become a pain for some people.
MEElectronics does one thing better than almost any other headphone manufacturer: they always pack a ton of value into an affordable price. The MEElectronics Sport-Fi S6 is no different. There’s not a single thing missing from this sport kit.
Driver: 9 mm ultra high performance drivers with neodymium magnets
Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20KHz
Sensitivity: 98 dB (1mW @ 1KHz)
Impedance: 16 ohms
Maximum Power Input: 30 mW
Pros: 1) Strong, well controlled bass 2) Fun sound signature 3) Reasonable price and Incredible value 4) Impressive accessory set 5) Comfortable to wear
Cons: Can be a pain to fit properly with the memory wire
Summary: S6 was my second Meelec IEM after M6, which I was thoroughly impressed with, though it shares the same sound with m6(same signature), its a bit more less mid-recessed than m6 in terms of SQ comparision. Cable is a LOT durable, stylish and sleeky than m6s. More accessories included.
I had monster isport before, I must say this is far better in terms of everything,they literally broke after a few months of usage, isolation wasnt that great, SQ isnt the best too.
Pros: Solid Build Quality,Accessories, Customer Service, good all-round sound
Cons: Fit can be frustating for some, over-the-ear style might not suit for everyone