- Ligtweight adjustable fit with adjustable headband
- Closed design keeps sound from distrurbing your neighors
- Single-sided cable eliminates tangling and increases durability
- Ear-Cups fold flat for
A regretted buy 03/09/2012
This review is from: MEElectronics HT-21 On-Ear Headphones (2nd Generation)
- Portability (they fold up nicely)
- even though they fold up, they do not stay that way. I would have to jam them into the included storage bag.
- somewhat flimsy construction, headband is too thin
- earcups a little too firmly padded, hurt ears after a while
- MEElec logo on earcups scratches off easily
While I am not an audiophile, I do collect as many budget head- and earphones as I can. These HT-21 headphones do not do the good name of MEElectronics justice, as I can definitely recommend their M9 earphones, as well as their customer service (my pair of M9 broke, replacement sent immediately upon reception of sent-in broken earphones)
As for the category of on-ear headphones, I definitely prefer the Philips "The Snug" on-ears to these ones. Bass on the Philips' is much better than the HT-21, and construction feels much more sturdy.
And as always, thank you to the reviewers at Newegg and at countless other tech forums
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