MEE Audio Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Headphones with Memory Wire and Inline Microphone and Remote (Pink)
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The Sport-Fi M3P utilizes an over-the-ear design with memory wire technology and provides a secure
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Designed for Your Active Lifestyle
The Sport-Fi M3P utilizes an over-the-ear design with memory wire technology. The flexible memory conforms comfortably to the shape of your ears, providing a locked-in fit and eliminating the need to adjust your earphones in the middle of your routine.
Focus on Your Activity
The sweat-resistant design allows you to forget about your earphones and concentrate on your run or workout. The in-ear fit reduces outside distractions, encouraging you to listen at lower volumes and protecting your hearing.
Sound that Motivates You
The M3P features enhanced deep bass and smooth treble, letting your music drive you to your personal best while eliminating listening fatigue during extended workouts.
Inline Microphone and Remote
Built-in microphone and remote let you answer calls and play, pause, and skip tracks, all while keeping your phone or media player safely in your pocket.
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Sport-Fi M3P In-Ear Earphones
4 pairs of eartips
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You'll also need to buy the "MEElectronics O-Ring Spacers for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus 3.5mm Headset Plugs" ($1.99 w/ free shipping for 2 rings). Their other headsets were no problem, but the design of this particular headphone plug makes the phone to crazy. It randomly opens Siri and voice control and goes haywire. Their description is: "Solves the issue of static sudden playing/pausing of music and random activation of Siri".
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This particular pair has a built-in microphone. I didn't need that, but last time I needed some, these were cheaper than the ones without it. So, I thought they'd be identical. They aren't, though. I found that the ear piece cord on these wasn't as durable.
But most importantly to me, the microphone prevents the slider that holds the two earphone cords together from going all the way to the top. I rely on that to avoid tangling when traveling, and was disappointed that I couldn't do that. For most of you, that isn't going to be an issue, but it is a little annoyance.
So, if you want the microphone, these are good, low-cost and useful headphones. If you don't want the microphone, get it's sibling.
I've thrown mine all over the place and they work just as well as the day I opened the package. I've probably run a few hundred miles since I purchased them, and they've yet to really hiccup on me. If you've got the spare change, it probably wouldn't hurt to go for a more expensive option, but there's nothing cheaper I've found that will actually serve as an effective workout accompaniment.
- Price. Under $20 which was the goal
- Fit. Takes some getting used to but I find the behind the ear wire more comfortable and stable than most other earbuds I've used. Plus the don't fall out of your ears as easily. The double flange on the earbud tips helps form a good seal in your ear canal. There is some noise isolation but don't expect it to be on par with $50+ earphones.
- Sound. I listen to a lot of bass heavy music (funk, hiphop, dnb) so I always check for a certain frequency response in the low end. These have good bass. Boomy but not overwhelming and muddy. Treble and Mids compliment each other. Again, super-audiophiles will probably nitpick the frequency response but I found them just right without having to adjust my phone's eq too much.
- Jack is at 90 degree angle, which lessens the chance of it damaging the port.
- Feel of the cord is a bit stiff and plasticky. The wire behind the ear is a nice touch and I hope it will last but the rest of the cord feels like it will potentially get brittle and break.
- Remote controls didn't work with my phone but I think it's a firmware issue as I've not been able to get any to work.
- When pushing one of the headphones in, it made a crinkly sound. Didn't effect listening but it lowered the quality on these a bit. You get what you pay for and they are decent regardless.
I've worn these on a few trips and they do cancel out a bit of outside noise. I found them comfortable and they didn't feel like they were tugging at the ear thanks to the cord design. The clip that holds it to your search is a nice touch. Don't expect this to compete with Bose or anything. They are cheap cans that sound and feel good.