M6 PRO Universal-Fit In-Ear Monitors
With a durable, comfortable design and great sound, the MEE audio (formerly ME Electronics) M6 PRO In-Ear Monitors are an all-in-one audio solution for gym, stage, and street. Flexible over-the-ear memory wire and seven pairs of ear tips provide a secure, personalized fit for all ears. The M6 PRO features an ultra thin 5µm driver diaphragm and aluminum voice coil deliver clear, full-range sound with deep, yet balanced bass and crisp detail reproduction. Engineered for real-world reliability, the M6 PRO features detachable, user-replaceable cables and sweat resistance. Comply memory foam ear tips reduce external noise, enabling safer listening volumes.
What’s in the box
- Protective carrying case
- Spare cable
- Comply memory foam ear tips
- Silicone ear tips (6 pairs)
- Shirt clips (2)
- ¼” adapter
- User manual
- Universal-fit noise-isolating in-ear monitors perfect for use on and off the stage
- Studio-tuned sound with crystal clarity and deep bass
- Comfortable and secure in the ear with detachable cables for added durability
- Headset cable features mic, remote, and volume control for use with smartphones and tablets
- Includes protective carrying case, Comply foam ear tips, 6 sets of silicone ear tips, and extra cable; 1-Year manufacturer’s warranty
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I own over 100 pairs of in ear monitors and headphones. If you are familiar with Head-fi, I go by the name of Hisoundfi. I write reviews and participate in threads for the audiophile community. I am well versed in sound and build quality.
I got a pair of these because having the original M6 and really liking it, I was curious to see what improvements Meelectronics would make to them. I am blown away! First with the accessories package, which works for both musicians and audiophiles. The large clamshell case hold the large selections of accessories easily, along with almost any other portable DAP, or small musician accessories. The tips selection is huge, and I guarantee that almost everyone who purchases them will have no problem getting a good seal. The comply foam tips are a really nice touch as well. This package comes with TWO very nice detachable cables. One has a mic and a volume slider. The other is strictly for audio. both of them are well built and have a heavy duty L shaped plug, rugged cable cinch, and very functional chin slider, They also both have memory wire with just the right amount of bend to them to assist in making the monitors fit, rather than leave you fidgeting with them to stay in. TRUST ME, you will not be disappointed with the accessories package at any price, let alone the measly $50 these are selling for right now. Insane!
Now to the sound. AWESOME. It’s balanced and you won’t miss anything from top to bottom. YOU WILL catch any sound no matter what you are using them for. Bass extends with good tone. Midrange is slightly forward and very clear. Treble is present and crisp without being too harsh. They have a more balanced tuning than the original M6 which was V-shaped to my ears. They are balanced and almost mids forward, if anything. They extend well from the lowest registers of bass, all the way up through the highest treble ranges.
These are darn near perfect tuning for musicians. I asked my friend who is a guitarist at my church use them to see if he liked them for stage monitors. He called me after one rehearsal, asking how much I paid for them. When I told him that they are selling for $50, he asked me to order him a pair without hesitation! They are that good!
I don’t know if I can even say that there’s one thing that I didn’t like about these, and I’m being honest. They are a universally applicable pair of in ear monitors that exceeded my expectations, but I guess that is what Mee lectronics is famous for anyways. Well, they did it again!
If you are in the market for a stage monitor, or in ear monitor that won’t break the bank and will compete with the big names, look no further! Get these and you WILL NOT be disappointed!
Let me start off by saying that I am a studio engineer, a producer, live-sound engineer, and a studio/live musician. I have been spoiled by the world of expensive studio reference over-ear headphones for studio work and come from using a custom pair of 1964 A12 twelve-driver in-ear monitors. This is not a “waive my bragging flag” thing but to say that I have incredibly high, and sometimes unfair, expectations of my gear – and I need to, they are my tools, not toys.
I am currently serving at a local church that is about to make the transition to using in-ear monitors. The worship pastor asked me if I knew anything about these, to which I did not. He asked if I thought I would think they might be a good and affordable solution for the upcoming change, something that everyone on the worship could use; so I told him that I would look into these and I bought a pair.
I am going to be 100% honest, when I first listened to the M6 PROs I hated them. I was not impressed. At all. I then decided to let these break-in for 48 hours to see if I liked them. 48-hours later, I still hated them. All of the earbud tips were too large to fit in my ear canals, and they were uncomfortable. The in-ears had a very clean sounding range, especially for only being a single driver, but lacked any distinguishable bass-end, and though they did have a relatively flat sounding response, the the mid-highs (where the snare drum/most percussion would normally sit in a mix) were way too prominent without any EQing. I did not see how or why these would have such good reviews, and certainly not good reviews from people who claimed to be audiophiles and sound snobs.
As part of a last ditch effort, I ended up buying a set of the small Comply Ts-200 earbud tips. Let me tell you, these are a must! The other rubber tips included in the set throw off the frequency response. If you are buying these, and if you do not have a medium sized ear canal, you will have to budget in another $15-20 on the Comply earbud tips that fit your ears, and you will be glad you bought them. I also bought the tips that were focused on comfort rather than sound isolation – though this is a debatable choice for using live, for many people the sound isolating focused tips can cause headaches, and the comfort series focuses on eliminating that. These tips drastically changed everything I hated about these in-ears. The bass response was tight, full and perfectly placed, while not being overwhelming or exaggerated. The mids smoothed out, and the highs were well maintained. The only issue that persists is the emphasis on the mid-highs. That being said, that is easily correctable with an EQ, to which if you are using any in-ear system worth it’s weight in salt should have a basic 3 band EQ available for trimming down this issue.
All that being said, after listening to these with a set of Comply in-ear tips that actually fit my ears, these things, for the money, do sound great. I gave the worship pastor the green light on making these their standard set for the team to use (for those who do not wish to buy their own). Make no mistake, these are not triple driver in-ears, and they certainly don’t sound like twelve (and it is important to note that the number of drivers do NOT equate higher sound quality, either; quality is a component issue, not a number of speakers issue), but for the money/price range I have yet to find a more clear, clean, and flat response than these. I have used many different sets of in-ears through the years, including the commonly used Shure SE215’s, Westone UM Pro 10’s and Pro 30’s, and in the world of universal fit in-ears, I can confidently say that the MEE M6 PRO’s exceed any single driver I have used, and rival the sound quality of even some of the more popular triple drivers available on the market. Again, and I cannot stress this enough, you will need to buy a set of Comply in-ear tips that fit your ear, as material quality, proper enclosure and secure fit is absolutely essential to hearing all of the frequencies in their proper and respective volumes/dynamics.