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MEE audio HT-21 Portable Travel Headphone with Swivel Cups and Lightweight, Adjustable, Foldable Headband - Black (2nd Generation)
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- Updated sound tuning with clear, spacious sound and enhanced deep bass
- Lightweight, comfortable fit with adjustable headband and swiveling ear cups
- Closed design keeps the sound from disturbing your neighbors
- Single-sided cable eliminates tangling and increases durability
- Ear cups fold flat into the headband for compact storage; soft carrying pouch and 1-year manufacturer's warranty included
- Spacious, clear sound with deep and enhanced bass
- Closed back design offers isolation and keeps the sound from disturbing your neighbors
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From the Manufacturer
The HT-21's padded ear cups provide an additional level of comfort and seal
MEElectronics HT-21 Portable Travel Headphones with Adjustable Headband
The MEElectronics HT-21 provides you with amazing sound, supreme comfort, and ease of use at an unbelievable price! The HT-21 offers incredible clarity and space for the price while not skimping on the bass. Perfect for music, movies, videos, and games at home or on the go.
Closed back design reduces the amount of sound others around you can hear and provides more sound isolation than open backed designs. The HT-21 has swivel cups and soft padding on the cups and headband with just the right amount of pressure on the adjustable headband for hours of comfortable use. When not in use, the HT-21 fold flat for easy storage and carrying around with you.
Get to know the HT-21 Portable Headphone by MEElectronics
Clear Sound with Enhanced Bass
Building on the MEE sound signature that has won awards, the HT-21 offers nice bass response along with incredible clarity at the price point and a very good sense of space, allowing you to hear details in your music with clarity and in the right place.
The HT-21 uses a thick, tangle resistant single cable connected to the left ear cup, making this one easy to use and store headphone!
Comfort and Style
The HT-21 has padded ear cups that swivel to fit the angle of your ear for comfort and to achieve the best sound. The headband is also padded and adjustable for different head sizes. The clamp force was carefully chosen to be comfortable for extended listening along while staying put when moving around.
Storage / Carrying Around
The HT-21 ear cups fold into the headband making them very easy to store and carry anywhere. A soft pouch is included to protect the HT-21 during travel.
1 year manufacturer warranty. If you have any issues, please contact MEElectronics directly and we will work with you to resolve your issues.
The HT-21's headband is adjustable to accomodate a variety of head sizes for comfortable listening
Every HT-21 headphone is provided with a soft carrying pouch
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Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
Another nice feature is the single cable, better for moving about. And they fold as well. I tested them with several tracks from my headphone test playlist (Buena by Morphine, Hotel California from Eagles' Hell Freezes Over Tour, Cassandra Wilson vocals, etc.), and the HT-21s can handle it all with aplomb. What's most impressive is the price-to-performance ratio. Hard to believe these phones can be found for as low as $30 on sale. That's really a no-brainer, if you need a pair of on-the-go phones and don't want to drop too much cash. Of course, you can use them at home as well. I only wish they made an HT-21P version, with controls for an iPhone/smartphone. Is that coming MEE?
The 5-star rating is a context rating. Are they on par with the Grados? Not for at-home listening. But for the price (and maybe even high, in the $60-70 range), the HT-21s are tough to beat.
First, I'd like to thank the folks at MEElectronics for sending me an HT-21 sample for review.
MEElectronics is one of my favorite manufacturers of IEMs. Seeing how far they've come in such a short time (it was only a year ago when I was reviewing their M9P, which I bought on a whim after reading a bit about them) is rather inspiring. This is a company that has gone from one with only a few truly compelling products to one with many, catering to just about any budget. MEElectronics has previously limited their product line to in ear monitors but now, they have taken their first step into the portable headphone market with the HT-21.
So, does their first portable headphone perform well enough to be worth note or does it simply trip up right out of the gate? Read on to find out.
Packaging and Accessories
The HT-21 arrives in a fairly standard cardboard box with a plastic window, allowing buyers to see the headphones. Inside, a plastic insert holds the headphones in place and underneath it lies a black carrying pouch, a welcome addition given their portable nature.
Design and Build Quality
The HT-21s are a good deal smaller than I was expecting. The earphones fold flat and the earcups fold in, toward the headband, to make them easier to carry. Their diminutive size does mean that they give up a bit in terms of build quality for the sake of being so easily portable. My review sample actually arrived slightly damaged, as you can see in the picture below, with part of the headband leading into the right earcup missing. I imagine this is a rare manufacturing defect though, and doesn't impact their performance or wearability, at least in my case.Read more ›
Sound quality is a subjective thing. Reviews of headphones should be treated with some suspicion, but it is safe to say here that I agree with other reviews - these are a great pair of headphones for their price. They have a clear, open sound that mimics more expensive headphones. I own both Sennheiser PX 100's and iGrado's, and these are the ones I use everyday. If you are looking for an emphasized low end (aka "Beats") these are not the headphones for you. Given their modest cost, they do a good job of reproducing music well.
Both the SennHeiser and iGrado headphones are open back, versus the HT-21's closed back design. The open back design lets in more ambient sound, and have more sound leakage (people can hear what you are listening to). From a comfort standpoint, the iGrado's feel like one is wearing a vise grip on their head compared to these, which fit well but stay in place fairly well - not necessarily the best headphones for a workout, but certainly good enough for walking to work.
These come with a vinyl bag that in my case was quickly lost. They have survived well in my laptop bag with a minimum of care; I fold them up and they are ready to go. Everything is nicely made and doesn't have a flimsy feel that belies their ultimately inexpensive price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lightweight and powerful. And cheap!! Clean crisp trebles, and solid, tight bass. I don't understand the comments about bass -- these deliver plenty of bass, and more would be... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Peach
I bought these hoping they'd be better (while doubting they would be) than another set of really good budget headphones I have. THEY. ARE. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Simon G.
Sound is good, they are very efficient, i.e. loud. The are not the best construction but sound good for the money. I find them OK for less than an hour of use. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Verne L. Wright
I normally use balanced armature IEMs, meaning I'm highly attuned to clarity and not so much to heavy bass (and I'm also used to spending a lot more on sound reproduction. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Central Scrutinizer
I love these headphones and have bought 2 pairs so fair. I bought one for my daughter and when I heard the quality, bought one for my self. Read morePublished 2 months ago by christine51367
Produces a great sound at low-medium volume. At higher volumes, it gets a little distorted. Blocks out the ambient noise of an office environment or home environment. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SagansEuphoria
It may have been a defect, but when I put on my pair of headphones I could hear a little piece of something bouncing around - perhaps a loose bit of plastic - every time I moved my... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shane Stricker