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Anyone know what some good replacements tips for these would be? I've now lost every one that came with them :/ they seem to become unattached from the earbuds really easily in my experience.
mynameismyname
I love these earbuds and lament the fact that I joined after the drop. I use the foam tips by comply and they seal exceptionally well
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I wouldn't recommend these, poor sound clarity, bass overpowers everything else. Nowhere as good as the other MEE offerings.
I've had this for almost a year. 10/10 Would recommend. They are fantastic!
Is there an in line microphone on these?
Eraidt43
Yes.
How's the treble in them
I got these in a previous drop and at first didn't like them at all. Evidently, they need some "burn in" because now they're my favorite pair of earbuds.
Yep I bought these a couple months ago and I am not a big fan of them. I really tried to like them but it just didn't happen.
I have those from a MEEaudio drop from Massdrop. They're really bassy and basically, have mediocre or even crappy mids and mediocre highs. The build quality isn't great either. I wouldn't get them to be honest, unles you're a real basshead.
LeToucanHasArrived
For the price, these have good build quality. I got them from Amazon a couple years ago and they still look new. There's metal on the buds, the mic/button module, and both parts of the joint thing that connects/adjusts the length of the L/R wires.

These are directed towards people who want extra bass, and they fulfill that goal well for the price imo. I prefer the sound of the A151p v2 in this price range (under $50), but the build quality is nothing compared to the M-Duo and I don't like the hassle of having to wrap the wires around my ears every time. I agree with your recommendation, though. Only get this if you want extra bass.
Just received my pair and damn, this is a lot of earphone for the money! The packaging is impressive but left me wondering why MEE didn't cut there and put more towards build quality/ruggedness. The wire feels a bit week and might not last very long in uncaring hands but the driver housing feels solid. The bass is present but not overly so and the sound doesn't sound muffled. The highs are surprisingly clear and crisp. The mids seemed to lack definition but nothing unexpected. All around a very solid pair of fun sounding casual/travel buds; earphones this cheap have no business sounding this good - an easy recommendation!
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I really wanted to like these. I love a good, crisp V-sound, but this is just lacking. The highs aren't nearly as pronounced as you would think when someone says "V-sound". The bass, although punchy like everyone says, is just so incredibly muddy. No, messy. I bought a pair of $30 Skullcandy IE headphones not too long ago, and they are much better. Seriously, the clarity is a little sad. These make my FLAC files sound like 128kbs mp3s. I loved my M6's and thought this would be a step up, and I was so wrong.
Bought them the last time they were on drop, one earphone stopped working since. Really nice sound, but not too reliable...
Bass: Quite nice, actually. Punchy and present while doing a decent job of staying out of the mid-range. That said, the bass still impacts the clarity of the mids, mostly on the lower range. At high volumes and on overly bass heavy songs, there can be some clearly audible distortion on the low end during bass heavy sections.

Mids: The emphasis on bass and the overly warm (to my taste) leaning of the iems means that clarity isn't great. Detail and clarity get worse the closer you get towards the lower mids. I won't lambaste the headphone too much at this price but if you want solid mids then you can probably find better options at this price point, although you might lose some bass in the process.

Highs: No sibilance and not peaky thanks to the warm sound signature. The detail suffers as a result, though. I wouldn't call the highs bad but they're nothing to write home about. I guess it's to be expected with a warm iem.

Other things to note:

Price: These were ever so slightly cheaper in the MEE grab bag but I won't complain about a $1 difference. That said, the street price for these is about $45. I do wish MassDrop started posting street price instead of MSRP.

Microphonics: The microphonics of the cable is, in all honesty, quite dreadful. I have to tuck the cord into my jacket to avoid it touching my collar and taking me right out of the music. Wearing them over ear is a bit finicky to put on since the cables don't want to stay over your ears.

Mic/Remote: Functions normally on my Lumia Icon and Lumia 950.

3.5mm Jack: I wish they removed the little stub that sticks out since it increases the height of an already rather big jack.

Build: Seems fine. Not a fan of the cable as it's a bit too sticky and microphonic. Build is fine for the price, imo.

My past/current iems are: V-Sonic GR07 Mk. II (main iem), Mee M-Duo, UE Triple Fi-10, Nuforce NE-600X (very limited experience).
Good sound, reasonable price. Solid Mid-Fi product with no glaring faults. Nice mid-range clarity, no harsh treble, extended but not bloated bass. Got mine on Saturday the 16th and have enjoyed the best earbuds I've heard in a long time. Then again, I haven't had the pleasure of a really high quality IEM. But these are a serious step up from stock earbuds that come with most electronics. Of course with the varying fit, YMMV.

I've read some reviews about a "V" shaped sound with scooped midrange. I don't have that at all. These have 2 drivers per earbud and I'm wondering if they are wired out of phase. That would very much create the scooped midrange.

The only real negatives I can come up with are they aren't the most robust cables and no volume control buttons. Bottom line? Treat them with care and you should have very listenable buds for awhile at a very reasonable price.