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MEE audio M6 PRO Musicians’ In-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables; Universal-Fit and Noise-Isolating (2nd Generation) (Clear)
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- 2nd-generation M6 Pro universal-fit noise-isolating in-ear monitors feature upgraded sound and build quality
- The highly acclaimed sound of the M6 Pro gets further Refined for the second generation with a more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble
- Engineered for real-world reliability with detachable, replaceable cables and a sweat-resistant design
- All-day comfort with secure over-the-ear fit, flexible “memory wire” ear hooks, and seven pairs of ear-tips including comply T-Series memory foam tips for extra noise isolation
- Includes regular stereo cable, headset cable with mic/remote, protective carrying case, comply memory foam eartips, 6 sets of silicone eartips, and ¼” adapter; 1-year
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DESIGNED FOR THE STAGE, BUILT FOR THE ROAD
With their modular construction, comfortable fit, and great sound, the M6 PRO in-ear monitors have been a hit with musicians all around the world. The new 2nd-generation model features upgraded sound and build quality and introduces MEE audio’s first-ever optional personalization, with custom-engraved faceplates available for order via MEEaudio.com.
The highly acclaimed sound of the M6 PRO gets further refined for the second generation with a more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble
EXCEPTIONAL FIT & COMFORT
Flexible over-the-ear memory wire and seven pairs of eartips provide a secure, personalized fit for all ears
Comply T-Series memory foam eartips reduce outside noise, enabling safer listening volumes and improving sound quality
BUILT TO LAST
Engineered for real-world reliability with a sweat-resistant design and detachable, replaceable cables
HEADSET CABLE WITH MIC & REMOT
Included headset cable features a built-in microphone and remote for use with phones and tablets
Includes regular stereo cable, headset cable with mic/remote, protective carrying case, Comply memory foam eartips, 6 sets of silicone eartips, and ¼” adapter
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Designed for the stage, built for the road with their durable modular construction, comfortable fit, and great sound, The M6 Pro 2nd generation musicians’ in-ear monitors are an all-in-one audio solution for street, stage, and home. Engineered for real-world reliability, the M6 Pro features detachable, replaceable cables and a sweat-resistant design. The included spare headset cable incorporates a microphone and remote for use with phones and tablets while the in-ear fit and Comply memory foam ear tips reduce external noise, enabling safer listening volumes. An ultra thin 5µm driver diaphragm and aluminum voice coil deliver Clear, full-range sound with deep, yet balanced bass and crisp detail reproduction, refined further for the second generation with an even more accurate midrange and smoother, more natural treble. The 2nd-generation M6 Pro also introduces MEE audio’s first-ever optional personalization, with custom-engraved faceplates available for order via me audio. What's in the Boxm6 Pro in-ear monitors stereo audio cable stereo headset cable carrying case Comply memory foam ear tips silicone ear tips (6 pairs)shirt clips (2)¼” (6. 3mm) adapter user manual1-year manufacturer
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I am a studio and live sound audio engineer, musician (both studio and live), and an owner of the 1st gen of the M6 Pros. I would consider myself an audiophile, as I also teach audio engineering as my primary job. I say these things by no way to toot my own horn, but these are my credentials of writing this review and may add some merit to what I am saying. I have put over 70+ hours of audio/listening on these before making this review, so my review comes from the perspective of these being fully broken in. The point of this review is to help those who are on the fence about these know exactly what they are getting, and whether or not they should invest their hard earned money into them.
On a quick side note, it is important to note that the intention of in ear monitors (IEMs) is to give the user a studio/stage monitor in their ear, so the purpose of them is to give you accurate detail of your sound without exaggerating frequencies (no boomy bass, no bright highs, no pushed mids). This is different in principle than a typical ear bud/headphone, which are typically worn to enjoy music on the go in a slim and convenient package, where "big bass" and "high end sparkle" is a selling point. There seems to be a lot of marketing these days of companies calling their ear buds "IEMs" because it sounds cooler than ear buds, and while it may sound more fancy to the mass consumer, it makes it much more difficult for musicians/engineers/everyone to find the tool/product that they are actually looking for.
I previously reviewed the 1st gen M6 Pros with a pretty glowing review, and while the 2nd gen are very different than the 1st gen, there is one thing that remains the same: These completely lack any depth and detail with standard silicon tips! With silicon tips the bass is incredibly weak, the mid-highs are subdued (and not in a musically pleasing way), and the overall sound is what you would expect from a $10 gas station ear buds. MEE is kind enough to supply a medium sized Comply T200 isolation without wax guard foam tip, however if you have a smaller ear canal or a large ear canal this will not do you any good and you will have to buy the proper fitting tip (around $15 on Amazon for 3 pairs). I have also gone through the process of testing out 4 different types of foam ear tips for these (Comply's Comfort, Isolation, Isolation with Wax Guard tips, and Shure's EABKF1 tip) and can say with confidence that the Comply Comfort is my favorite in comfort if I am going to have a 2+ hour long mix/playing session, however Comply's isolation without wax guard offer the best overall sound experience, the Shure's tip actually affects the highs drastically, making them more prominent, and any tip with the wax guard despite its marketing actually does negatively affect the overall sound too much to justify spending the extra money on them. If the included medium Comply T200 doesn't fit you it is absolutely imperative that you buy additional tips, because a proper seal around your ear canal is required for any in ear monitor, and these have that same requirement!
Onto the product itself - It is important to know what you are wanting before making this purchase. If you are wanting the "Beats sound" (super heavy bass and exaggerated highs) then these are absolutely not for you. If you are wanting something "musical" that makes listening to music fun (like the Audeze iSINE) then these are also not for you. What these do offer you, however, is a very "flat" listening experience, which is EXACTLY what you want if you are on stage and needing to accurately hear what your instrument sounds like or in the studio needing to post-mix an album to get the levels right. The 1st gen M6 Pros had more exaggerated highs (in fact I had to use an EQ to bring them down to a naturally flat level), and the bass was full without being overly loud. These, on the other hand have toned the highs down considerably, giving this a much more "natural sound" experience, allowing you to hear every note being played without having to touch the EQ to turn down the highs and giving you a true "plug and play" experience. It also cuts back on the listening fatigue so that you can listen to your mix longer. However, this welcome change is not without some draw backs. Going from almost any in ear monitor or headphone really shows just how much "sparkle" is gone from the higher frequencies of these, almost to a fault that could make the untrained ear perceive that these are not as "loud" as other IEMs (which is false, these are just as loud). The sound staging on these are also different than their predecessor, and in some ways I do not understand how or why but just things to note. For example, reverb in general sounds absolutely amazing and very spacious on the 2nd gen M6 Pros, but then despite this the sound staging of these feels a bit less spacious as the separation of instruments is not as clear as the previous model (note that the instruments themselves sound clear and great, but they tend to sound more pushed together rather than seperated). Nothing ever sounds like it is right in front of you with these, however one can certainly tell when instruments have been panned left or right.
Admittedly for the past year I have primarily been using triple driver IEMs that I have become quite fond of, so part of my criticisms are part of what one should expect from a single driver IEM. However, why would I still rate these at 5 stars one may wonder? Because these are a very rarely found tool for this price range. It is not often in the in ear monitor world that you will find this flat of response at this price range. Again, "flat" sound is NOT a bad thing, it is exactly what one should want if they're needing accurate information on what they're are mixing/playing without any post-EQ and other adjustments. This is incredibly helpful for keyboardists/guitarists to be able to accurately dial in the perfect tone, and it also helps singers to hear where they may be getting off pitch without the distractions of the other instruments interfering/competing with the higher frequencies. I am also a worship leader for our church, and after buying a pair 1 gen M6 Pros a couple years back I made to call to pick up a pair for the rest of the team as well, their performance for the price couldn't be beat (they sound so much better than the "industry standard" Shure SE215s). I would not hesitate to make the same move with the 2nd gens, especially since the team would no longer have to mess with the EQ for these to sound flat.
So the last question to answer is if you own the 1st gen M6 Pros should you upgrade to the 2nd gen: I would say that if you are looking for an accurate representation of your stage/studio mix, then it is definitely worth the upgrade and you will not find a better value anywhere. However if you are looking for something that sounds more musical than the 1st gens, then these would not be your best bet (unless you personally enjoy listening to music that is flat and not exaggerated with coloration of warmth or darkness). The bottom line is that I would absolutely recommend these to my students and fellow musicians/engineers that are on a budget, for the price they are an incredible tool and offer such a high value, but again be aware that you are buying an in ear monitor and not something that will blow you away with bass.
... it's in the tagline. I have nothing negative to say about these IEMs. This is not a "5-stars at this $50 price-point" score; I'd still give it 5-stars if it cost twice as much. Adjustable comfort "for days" (or at least 12 hours in one go), blocks out the world, reproduces the sound completely and faithfully, and comes with a good number of accessories/options.
Probably the only pair of in-ear monitors I've comfortably worn for long hours without issues. The generous accessories pack includes a multitude of silicone tips (and also a "first one's free" pair of Comply branded foam inserts) so getting the right fitment in-ear is not an issue. When you couple that with the thin but soft memory wire to set it in place around your specific ear shape, there's no way anything else can come close to being this secure and comfortable.
Motorcycle note: These monitors do not protrude from your ears so work well under a helmet. The memory wire also helps to keep intermittent tugs from pulling them out while at speed. If you route them behind your back the large-ish bit of plastic that encompasses the wire intersection Y-join can dig into your back under a back protector and will get uncomfortable on rides beyond an hour.
Very responsive and detailed. Faithful reproduction of all frequencies. If I am to nitpick I would say that JB's impression is spot-on accurate; there is a bit of "boom" to the bass. Not a whole lot; you can dial it out if that is your preference. Do not expect these to crush your skull with bass. That is not what they are intended to do. Rather, if you want to hear the music as it was intended to be heard you can't go wrong with this product.
Motorcycle note: The memory foam Comply tips do a great job of blocking out noise so you don't have to crank your music to hear over the wind, thus saving your hearing. Think of them as earplugs that also happen to produce beautiful music.
Accessories (see photo):
There is nothing missing from the set. The included hard-case is nicely sized for protection and portability. The usual assortment of silicone tips are included; small, medium, large in both single flange tips and isolating (2 and 3 flange/baffle design). A bag of medium sized Comply tips are also included (my preferred tips). Musicians will appreciate the included 1/8" minijack to 1/4" stereo jack converter but I haven't had a reason to use that yet. Also included is a second cable (yes, this thing is modular) that contains an inline mic for calls (or piece-of-mind back-up cable if you somehow damage the other). By default, the unit ships with the non-mic enabled cable attached but changing them out isn't hard if you go that route. Lastly, there is a functional clip that makes short work of slack management for wire routing purposes.
Misc final note:
MEE didn't splash a garish logo on these so there's always that bonus if you don't like being a walking billboard.
Get these now, do not hesitate. They came in the mail, I plugged them into my V30 with it's built in DAC, I set back, I relaxed to some quality music, and my mind was blown. I have spent 200+ on headphones and earbuds... yet none honestly compare. These combined with the included memory foam rock.
Having said that, I am speaking strictly from a rock and roll perspective. I listened to the following bands and heard new nuances and clarity never heard before.... Pink Floyd, Muse, Black Keys, Glitch Mob, Radiohead, Phish, etc.... So your mileage may very.
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I've grown to really like the sound from these. I'm happy to use them for casual mixing (with caveats) when I don't want to use headphones, and I'm impressed with the build and ruggedness. They make me want to listen to music for the fun of it, and that's something. The isolation is hilariously good if you get a good fit, almost as good as putting in foam earplugs, even though you don't stuff these into the ear canal.
Sonically, even with a 5mm driver the sound is impressive, with good detail up top and with the low bass tending towards "fun" rather than accurate. Personally I like that for the price, it makes audio exciting, makes this more of an all-rounder. That bass doesn't muddy the low mids - it's just a bit of supplementation to support the rest of the sound. The high mids are good for music but a little too prominent for speech, leading sometimes to more sibilance than I'd like around 6kHz. But that's the only thing I'd want changing, sound-wise, and it doesn't actually bother me on music. If you don't like the bass here, it's pretty easy to EQ it down on most smartphones by about 2dB, without artefacts.
Not at all a super wide soundstage like you get with a Campfire Audio earphones, but they would cost 20 times the price of this. I like the immediacy of this set. If I want soundstage, I'll go for listening with open-back headphones.
Build is solid with plenty of accessories; good carry case, two cables (one with mic), plenty of silicone tips (inc. large and small triple flanges) and one set of foam earphones as well. That second cable with a mic is great in case one cable breaks (seems unlikely), and it doesn't affect the sound quality at all. However, the mic quality is poor, very muffled, so I'd save it for short calls when you're not in noisy environment. I keep that cable on purely for the play/pause button - or assistant if you wish. Cables are really nice and strong, but there's a fair bit of cable noise. Strangely though you get used to this, and there's an included clip which might help.
Comfort-wise, they took a bit of getting used to. The cables are detachable - though they aid the noise isolation by creating the seal, so keep them attached for best isolation. The memory wire works with a metal wire encased with the cabling for about 8cm from the earphone. Because of this, the wire's profile is larger and slightly stretched, and can get in the way of larger glasses' stalks. It takes some days of getting used to but it's worth the experimentation. They also help to relieve stress on the earphone if they get yanked out accidentally, and when running, they do keep the earphones on the ear rather than falling to the ground.
But the fit is still really incumbent on the main module fitting well, and with my small ears, I've found that even when walking, they come loose sooner than I want, regardless of tips used (maybe I should get some custom ones). If I put on a sprint, they'll be loose very quickly, and you lose all the bass if the fit is off. But that's just my ears, you might honestly find them perfect running partners. When I'm not moving around they stay in place well. Not headphone-well, but enough that it doesn't bother me.
For sure though, they're not the best for side-sleepers listening at night. They're a fair bit larger than, say, Apple's old earphones, which for all their faults are probably my pick for that use case, with their very flat profile.
A few misconceptions:
1. These are noise isolating, but not noise cancelling. Don't expect the sudden eerie quiet you get from a Bose QuietComfort or Sony WH-1000 series when you turn those on. However, the isolation is so good that I have trouble understanding the person speaking next to me even indoors, especially with the Comply foam tips used. From reading tech reviews, these apparently isolate nearly as well as Shure earphones, which have the best isolation around. No reason to doubt this.
2. These aren't for high-level mixing. Reference sound quality is never this inexpensive. They would work well for monitoring audio on location, because they isolate so well, and the bass boost will compensate for the bass frequencies from the environment which are impossible to isolate out. I've also used these on stage but I don't recommend that. The isolation is just too good you can't make out anything else properly. I ended up taking them off on that occasion.
Overall then, for earphones with wires going over the ear, these are probably the best value around. I got the clear pair for £35. Expect a solid build and good sound quality, and be prepared to spend some time getting the right fit for your ears. If you want something better, you'll probably need to spend more. I've enjoyed having these beside my AKG K702, Bose QC25, SoundMAGIC E30, and Earpods. All very different, all useful. The M6 PRO 2nd are the best all-rounders of them all!
When used as IEMs on stage the mids are really clear and punchy cutting though really nicely. Isolation is perhaps not quite as good as SE215s but not far off and perfectly usable.
Package comes with a really nice case with space for extras and both sets of detachable cables included in the purchase price. Cable is good quality and the 'memory' cable portion holds shape well when shaped to your ear.
Overall these are a really comfortable pair of IEMs with solid sound quality and a fantastic price for what you get.
En primer lugar debo decir que, por todos los accesorios que incluyen, ya es un muy buen trato. Dos cables, uno de ellos con control, seis pares de puntas de silicon y un par de gomas de espuma de memoria comply (que quería probar desde hace tiempo) más el adaptador a 6.3 mm y un case semi rígido. La construcción es de plástico, pero debo decir que se siente bastante sólida. Los cables se perciben de buena calidad con guardacables tanto en el Jack como en la separación de los extremos que van a los audífonos.
Ahora bien el sonido. Las quejas de muchas personas respecto a los bajos están justificadas, aunque parte de este "problema" tiene mucho que ver con escoger la punta de silicon correcta que embone de manera correcta a tu canal auditivo. Si la punta elegida te queda bien, notarás una mejora significativa en la calidad del audio y en el aislamiento del ruido exterior. Si aún así sientes que no tienes una buena respuesta en bajos no hay nada que no se pueda arreglar con un ajuste al equalizador, aunque los que gustan de bajos exagerados se sentirán timados. Para los que gusten de escuchar música a frecuencias planas, están bien.
Para los fans de las specs
Driver de 10 mm
respuesta de frecuencia 20Hz a 20KHz
Impedancia 16 Oms
sensibilidad 100±3 dB (1mW at 1KHZ)
largo del cable 1.3 m
certificación IPX5 de resistencia al agua (no te emociones, es solo resistencia al sudor)
- Buen audio
- Cables removibles
- Muchos accesorios
- El control sirve con Android y iOS
- Cómodos y resistentes al sudor
- El aislamiento es mejor que el de unos in ear comunes
- Bastante económicos (50 USD)
- Construcción (son de plástico)
- Necesitas tomarte tu tiempo para colocarlos correctamente
- La mayoría de los usuarios requerirán ajustar los bajos a través del equalizador
Pese a los puntos en contra, no encuentro motivo para bajarles una sola estrella. Estos M6 pro son una excelente opción para entrar al mundo de los in ear de calidad de gama de entrada a un muy bajo costo. Seguro me servirán hasta que pueda ir por una gama más alta.
- The low frequency is much improved
- The highs are less tiny (helped too by the lows)
- The cable is thicker (good and bad but will be tougher)
- The 3.5mm angled plug is much stonger
All round great product at a great price
So, whilst I was disappointed that the description over hyped these headphones, I've decided that my original review sells them short. My review is accurate, however it's nearly 2 years later now and they're still going!! And that's with some heavy use. I regularly use them under my motorcycle helmet as well as when I want to listen in bed (falling asleep many times). They've outlasted 'premium' in headphones costing 3x more. The better seal in your ears, the better they sound.
So I've changed my 4 star to a 5!
They are just about worth what you pay for them.
In a quiet area these are fine with a balanced sound.
Adjust the bass or treble in a variety of music genres and they cope well.
However, they are no where near what I'd class as monitor headphones. Monitors need to exactly match the input throughout the Hz range and these cannot do that. But for the money it was highly unlikely that'd be the case (unfortunately).
They are not noise cancelling, no matter which set of earbuds you put in.
I purchased these to fit under my motorcycle helmet which they do very well, however I also wanted some noise isolation to reduce the wind noise which they do not do at all.
Unlike the other reviewer I do not have any issue with the comfort. In fact I've fallen asleep with these headphones in, a lot, and not awoke with painful ears on any occasion. I can even lie my head fully on one side and listen without discomfort so it got an extra star just for that.
They come with an extra cable so I think that'll add to the overall durability.
All in all not bad, but didn't do the job I bought them for.