MEE audio M9P In-Ear Headphone with Inline Microphone (First Generation)
- MEElectronics M9P model is compatible with new iPod Nano 5th generation, iPod Touch 2nd generation, and iPhone 3G, 3GS
- Built-in mic is compatible with iPods' voice recording function, also controls iPod with mic/ play/ stop/ next/ previous functions
- Comfortably secure fit with 4 sizes of ultra-soft silicone fittings (small, medium, large, and doubled)
- Durable and lightweight cable complements the ergonomic design
- Suitable for intense activity or calm relaxation
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From the Manufacturer
The MEElectronics M9P offers fantastic value by combining great sound with durability, style, a great assortment of accessories, and phone/iPod functionality all for an unbelievably low price. Plus, your purchase will be backed by a company that stands behind their product and provides exceptional customer service.
Inline microphone and remote for use with most iPhones, Blackberry phones, Android phones, and iPods. Enjoy music, movies, videos, voice and more like never before with a product at this price! The M9P is compatible with most devices that have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack such as iPods, iPhones, iPads, MP3 players, blackberry phones, many smart phones, portable DVD players, computers, and more. Stylish in-ear design provides passive noise reduction allowing you to play your music at lower volumes even in noisy environments.
Clear Sound with Enhanced Bass
Cnet's top rated budget in-ear headphone, the M9P with its controlled, yet enhanced bass and great clarity gives you full range sound for all genres of music from today’s pop music to rock to trance, D&B, and dubstep to metal to classical to country and more!
Passive Noise Cancelation
In-ear design effectively isolates you from outside sounds allowing you to hear your music clearly at lower volumes which can protect you from hearing loss.
Microphone and Remote
The microphone works for hands-free phone conversations as well as voice recording software for the Touch (1st through 3rd generation). The single button remote is compatible with most iPhones, most iPods, iPads, Macs, Blackberry phones, and Android phones with functionality such as answering/hanging up calls, playing and pausing music, and more. Remote button is located in the center of the mic/remote housing, slightly offset to the plug side.
The anti-frustration clear coated cable is robust, stylish, and minimizes cable noise during movement. Black models come with a dark grey cable and silver models come with a silver cable with black accents.
5 Sets of Ear Tips
Five sets of ear tips give you more variety to find one that works best for your ears. Ear tips include: standard bi-flange tips that fit most ears, double flange balanced sound gray tips, and three sizes of standard silicon ear tips.
High quality carrying case gives your earphones protection when not in use and even fits some small players and/or other accessories for safe keeping.
The M9P comes with a 1 year warranty and MEElectronics stands behind their products! If you are not satisfied with your earphone, contact MEElectronics to help resolve your issues.
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.
To achieve proper insertion, pull up and back on the top of your ear (helix) and/or use a slight bit of lubrication/moisture on the outer part of the ear tips, which will help achieve the proper insertion depth and angle. If you feel your MEE earphones do not have bass or sound tinny, the fit and/or seal is more than likely problematic. You can visit the MEElectronics online product manual for more information and 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.
What’s in the Box
Microphone unit has a single button remote that controls music playback
1.2 m (4 ft) anti-frustration cable is strong, stylish and tangle resistant
Find the best fit for your ears
Store and protect your earphone and all your accessories in this convenient and compact MEElectronics clamshell hard case
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Top Customer Reviews
1) You may notice that with its everyday use, the right earphone may get weaker until it suddenly breaks down.
2) The microphone button may be difficult to operate because when I click it I get the "Voice Control" feature in my iPod Touch which should only appear when I "hold" the button not touch it.
1) With a price below $20, you'll never get a quality sound like this
2) The sound isolation is great
3) Last but not the least, my experience with the customer service is very satisfying. They will send out a new pair of earphones right away when you email them about your problems. They respond very quickly and intelligently. This what makes them stand out.
Conclusion: BUY THIS M9P earphone or any MEElectronics products. These products may have some few temporary weaknesses (who doesn't) but I assure you that they continue to innovate and they really care about their customers.
The M9P IEMs hail from a small California-based company by the name of MEElectronics. They produce a wide range of IEMs that cater to different users with various sound signatures. The M9 and M9P IEMs are among the most inexpensive products available and are currently selling for $20 and $23 respectively. I decided to buy the M9P IEMs because they not only function as earphones but will also have use as a headset for my cell phone and iPod Touch. After breaking them in and listening to them with a variety of music in my collection, these are my favorite IEMs in the sub $30 price range and are fantastic earphones for the price.
Driver: 9mm dynamic driver
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20KHz
Impedance: 16 Ohm
Cable Length: 1.2m/4ft.
Packaging/Accessories: The M9Ps come packaged in an attractive transparent box and include a bevy of accessories including a hard zippered case, a cable wrapper, four sets of silicone eartips which includes a set of biflanges, a shirt clip and an airline adapter. Considering that the M9Ps only cost about $23, MEElectronics has included a highly impressive accessory package that puts many other inexpensive IEMs to shame.
Design and Build Quality: The M9Ps feature lightweight aluminum housings which feel durable and are ported at the rear to allow for more air flow. This helps with the low end response and the soundstage but cuts down the isolation.
The cable is perhaps the best I've seen on any IEM. It's lined with what appears to be delicate braided silver wiring inside and coated with a transparent plastic coating that both looks very attractive and makes it feel very durable.Read more ›
These earphones feature rich, resonant bass, and it is not a muddy distorted bass, it is pristine foot stomping bass. The propulsive bass line in Flo rida and T-Pain's "Low" was amazing, And the drums and bass line hit hard on Run DMC's Walk this Way. Michael Jackson sounds great on these earbuds. The bassline in Billie Jean is awesome, and the vocals are crystal-clear.
The Bee Gees greatest hits sounded excellent on these earphones, especially the dramatic bass/drum introduction to "Jive Talkin," and the powerful disco of "You Should be Dancing" and "Staying Alive."
The mids are somewhat recessed, which is both a plus and minus. It's a plus because it allows you to hear more clearly the articulate treble. You hear the shaking of tambourines in the Beatles "Hey Jude," the tapping of percussion and cymbals on Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams," and Rhett Miller's breathy vocals on "Complicated Man." The highs are nicely detailed for $40 earphones, a tiny bit brash on certain crunchy classic rock tunes, but not overly so.
But because the mids are somewhat recessed, some singer/songwriter 70s acoustic pop songs and ballads sounded slightly less lush. John Denver's "Rocky Mountain High" had extra oomph in the bass, but sounded a bit rougher.Read more ›
1) Sony EX300: With 13.5mm driver & cost only forty five bucks this buds provide the fullest music across all spectrum of frequencies. Tight bass & decent mid/high level without any colorization provides very good balance & true reproduction of music (especially if you encode your music in lossless format). The cable is not traditional Y type so you should leave cable behind neck, decent volume output & sound detail which is very close to the performance of over the ear studio monitor style headphone. It's not good for use in gym since the cable will be tangling down on your left side which may interfere with your left hand movement during workout. Wire is soft rubber style which is very soft to touch & it won't produce any noise while walking. It's a solid earphone in terms of built quality.
2) Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10: For ninety five buck this is my second pair of UE headphones (also owned a SuperFi 5vi), the high sensitivity level gives it the loudest/clearest volume output among all three tested, TripleFi 10 provides better sound isolation than Sony EX300, but with more than twice the price tag of Sony, Ultimate Ears TripleFi 10 seems lacking both the lower/higher end frequencies in comparison with Sony EX300 during my A/B switch test.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this earphones as a makeshift one till i find a better one. Not expensive. For its price, it does a commendable job and much better than some of the big brands.Published 2 months ago by naveen
would not recommend nor would i purchase these headphones again. the problem was with the fragile line, broken very fast. the sound was okay. not worth time or money.Published 3 months ago by willie robles
I have had these for 1.5 years and they are a waste of money. At first they are great. But within first few months, one earbud stopped working so the company sent another pair. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeanne
Picked these up a few years ago; probably used a total of 20 times, simply because I forgot I owned them for a while and I'm not in a ton of situations where I use headphones. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Z Stanley
The sound is great, but the binding that attaches the ear piece to the cable has begun to fall apart after 6 months of use.Published 4 months ago by Jacob