MEE Audio M9B Review
I’m always on the lookout for a good pair of headphones. If I can find a good pair of wireless ones while I’m at it, that’s a win for me. There are tons of pairs out there but some of them not so great. But I might have a found a decent pair for you.
The MEE Audio M9b’s are a good find in my opinion. They provide a very good sound for the price. The sound seems to hang out in mid-level range, meaning it packs decent highs and lows. They do have a small driver in them, but that doesn’t take away from the sound. The driver comes in at 9 mm.
They come with cable guides that are kind of hard to attach and take a while of fiddling and aggravation to put on. But once you get past that, you can expect to be happy with the M9b’s. Without the cable guides, though, it’s hard for the buds to stay in. That’s just a fair warning.
The control pad houses a volume up and down button. These are the same buttons for next track and last track. The power and pause button lies in the middle. When you press the power, you get a blue LED letting you know everything is good to go.
The M9b’s have a 4 hour play time and last for a good while. While play time is important, so is comfort. The first bud they include is a dual layered bud that helps keep the headphones in. It helps pretty well, but then again, it’s a good choice to have the cable guides in. It also comes with three other bud sizes for your varying ear sizes.
I found that these were a good pair of headphones and they sound really good. If you want to take a look at purchasing, a link will be below.