amazon MEE audio MX1 Pro reviews
Mee Audio is on the rise in the wireless headset market, and it also seems to want to continue with wired headset products. Recently, the US audio company has released a completely new In-ear headset series, MX Pro, for both ordinary users and performers. Today we will learn what the MX Pro series is, and experiment with the lowest range product, MX1 Pro.
What is MX Pro?
As mentioned above, the MX Pro series is not only designed for ordinary users but also used for singers and performers on stage. This series has 4 products from low to high: MX1 Pro, MX2 Pro, MX3 Pro and MX4 Pro. The difference lies in the number of speaker membranes, with each pair of headphones having 1, 2, 3 and 4 speaker membranes (both Dynamic and Balance Armature). As has been said many times in the past, the number of loudspeakers is not synonymous with good sound quality, so to know the sound quality we will have to experience the reality.
But the special point of MX Pro is modular, we can remove the faceplate to change the headset design – show off the personality, or take another step to order the company a set Custom ear buds for yourself. Custom ear buds will increase fit and sound quality a lot, especially good for those who have to perform in noisy stages.
Smash the MX1 Pro box
MX1 Pro is the lowest range product in the line-up MX Pro, but can also be called a mid-range product on the market today. This could also be considered a successor to the M6 Pro pair, a pair of headphones that helped put Mee Audio on the map of the world’s sound company.
Each pair of MX Pro has a separate color box, with MX1 Pro it is purple and white.
This box does not open in the form of a butterfly wing, but pulls from the bottom to reveal the main box inside.
The MX1 Pro’s kit is quite similar to the M6 Pro, with a large zipper case, hook, 6.3mm plug port, 3 rubber foam pairs and 1 sponge tip.
This pair of headphones has the ability to change strings, and in the box also comes with 2 sets of wires, one with mic and one without. The fact that the company offers up to 2 wires in a mid-range product is a huge bonus.
Built on M6 Pro, MX1 Pro has similarities in design. We still have a pair of Inear headphones that wear ear rings, with long ears worn by users. If you look closely, you can still see certain differences: the ear strap is slightly more oval, thus touching the ear more and harder to fall down than the M6 Pro.
On the outside we have a faceplate that can be removed with a sharp object, like a Smartphone’s SIM slot. The faceplate part I have here is built with a magnet on the outside, which is used to attach 2 the ear side to each other during unused times, it’s convenient!
MX1 Pro and the entire MX Pro line all use the same wire standard as the M6 Pro, so you can replace the cord easily.
The cord of this pair of headphones is still as thick as the M6 Pro, which has been judged to be durable over time so it also feels more reassuring to use. This wire seems to be stuck with microphonics phenomenon (making a sound when wind), so users should also use the clip.
Plugs are made of L-shaped to avoid break, reinforced. The entire headset and cord are equipped with IPX5 waterproof standard, so users can also use it to go jogging or gym comfortably.
– A Dynamic 10mm speaker diaphragm
– Frequency range: 20Hz – 20kHz
– Impedance: 18 Ω
– Sensitivity: 107 ± 3 dB (1 mW @ 1 kHz)
– Maximum capacity: 30mW
– Waterproof IPX5
Knowing that the MX1 Pro is built on the M6 Pro, as well as knowing the history of Mee Audio’s audio development, I would assume that the pair of headphones has no different sound than the M6 Pro, but I was wrong. MX1 Pro retains the Mee Audio’s overall tonality but is slightly darker than the M6 Pro, especially hitting the bass band clearly. This can be guessed somewhat through Mee Audio’s introduction.
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The bass part of the Mee MX1 Pro has a clear volume, even slightly more than the M6 Pro. MX1 Pro’s bass playing also has a difference: it is softer, but deeper and does not focus on mid-bass. Trying Avicii’s The nights song, the drums are very energetic, touching the sub-bass if needed. This bass has entered the background, making the overall sound quality darker than most of Mee’s previous pair of headphones (including the M6 Pro), for those who listen to Dance music, it becomes an advantage because create an atmosphere similar to a dance floor.
Dark tones also affect somewhat to the middle band, when the singer’s voice is also darker than usual. Owl City’s voice in the song Vanilla Twilight retreated slightly, creating a feeling of laid back very comfortable. The point that MX1 Pro still holds is similar to the Mee headphones pair which is the detail. Although the vocalist was pushed back slightly but still had enough detail to show clearly, not sinking into the soundtrack – there was a lot of sub-bass ‘taking over’. For female voices, the MX1 Pro is more powerful in female vocals than female, such as Norah Jones or Alexis Cole. High voice like Yao Si Ting still plays well, but a bit lacking in high-mid.
The treble sound is not really the strong point of MX1 Pro, it has a sufficient volume of listening but not the necessary clarity. This is also the general weakness of the pair of headphones using Mee Audio’s Dynamic diaphragm ever, so up to MX1 Pro is probably also inevitable. But Mee Audio made MX1 Pro to serve bass, bass-head lovers, so this didn’t become a big disadvantage. The more advanced product lines like MX2, 3, 4 Pro all have the Balance Armature speaker to take care of the treble like the M7 Pro, so we will definitely be allowed to expect more robust treble sound.
Through understanding MX1 Pro, I feel Mee Audio’s MX Pro line has a lot of prospects. Not only equipped with the distinctive ‘Mee’ sound quality that is very popular in the market, this product line also has high versatility, can also install special accessories. MX1 Pro itself is also a very valuable pair of earphone at its price range, making me eager to try more advanced lines.
– Sturdy design, comfortable wearing
– Complete set of accessories
– Ability to replace faceplate or add custom foam
– There are 2 wires to replace
– Good sound quality, especially bass
– Belong the lower segment should have a reasonable price
– The treble is low in volume and plays slightly
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