Achieve Perfect Fit and Seal
In-Ear Fit Guide
Sound quality and bass response are dependent on the seal achieved between the ear tips and your ear canal. Please try the various sizes of ear tips included with your earphone to determine which gives you the best sound and comfort. The sound may change depending on the insertion depth and tip size.
The MEE M6 earphone is an over-the-ear earphones with memory wire and may take several minutes to get the MEE M6 positioned for the best sound. Adjusting how the memory wire is positioned, insertion angle, as well as tips are important for comfort and getting a proper seal. If you do not hear much bass, you do not have a good seal. If the treble sounds harsh, the earphone requires a deeper insertion. Six sets of ear tips have been provided to help you achieve the best seal and comfort possible, please try the tips you think will fit your ear canal size best. Note: different ear tips may change the sound you hear due to how deep they insert and how well they seal. Usually tips with more flanges offer better isolation.
Each earphone is marked with a R for right and L for left channels. The MEE M6 channels are not swappable due to the design. Moistening your ear tips may make insertion easier. Pulling the upper part of your ear (helix) up and back while inserting your earphone opens your ear canal during insertion, which may improve your ability to get a deep insertion at the proper angle.
Using the Memory Wire
The memory wire keeps the cable over your ear and in place so the M6 will not move around even during sports and activities. The memory wire is designed to be flexible and bent to the shape of your ear. The first time wearing the M6, put the driver housing in your ear and bend the memory wire around your ear to achieve a conforming fit. The memory wire will retain its shape for easier future installation. Repeatedly bending the memory wire at sharp angles will break the memory wire.
If you are still having issues, or if you feel that your earphone just does not sound as you think it should, please contact MEElectronics for more assistance.
Many owners have stated that the sound may improve with use when compared to the out of the box sound. This change in sound will occur with normal listening and is not necessary; however you can accelerate this process by playing music at a normal volume continuously for the first several days, called burn in.