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This review is from: MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32 Black/Red Stereo Bluetooth Headset w/ Hidden Microphone
Pros: I have had these headphones for two months, either my wife or I use them on a daily basis. We have primarily used them to listen to music streaming from pandora or 8 tracks. They are a solid contender in the bluetooth headphone ring from a company that knows how to make amazing products. Overall the sound is balanced, detailed, midrange extension is great. They are comfortable, light enough to be worn for long periods of time and the isolation is above average due to a flat padded rather than cup design of the earphone. The battery on these is outstanding, easily meeting the 11+ rated mark. The controls work great on our Blackberry and Android phones, the call quality/mic is outstanding. For the price these are a great set of BT headphones that stand up well to daily wear and tear.
Cons: Nit Picking here, the L and R marking were hard to find, just remember that the controls are on the right side.
Other Thoughts: Another quality product from MeelectronicsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: From the first day with these I have been very pleased with their sound. They have become my new number one for all genres. The sound is very clear and balanced, They sound great listening to classical but also excel with vocal, acoustic, rock, even drum and bass. They are not bass monsters, the bass is punchy overall they are very balanced and well defined. The cord is a braided dream come true, soft supple, tangle free. Its hard to use anything with a different cord after handling these I listen "with" them rather then "to" them when I listen to classical music. It is easy to get lost in the music rather then reviewing and comparing their sound. I prefer single driver IEM's and only have one pair of dual driver IEMs (UE700). I have many other single driver balance armature phones, I feel these are the best all around pair, a great value for the sound.
Cons: My only regret is that I wish could have started my journey for the perfect all around pair of IEMS with them rather then ending with the A151.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: These have quickly become my favorite pair of headphones for any non-classical musical listening. The instrument placement is excellent, sound-stage is very nice. They are so very detailed in the mids and the bass has plenty of kick and body that is detailed. I don't have much to compare these to as far as dynamic drivers go, I am a BA kind of guy. These perform so well for their price. They compete with my UE700's and I prefer the CC51's for anything outside of Classical listening. Going from the CC51 to my aurvana 2's (same price bracket) I find the Aurvana's dry and stale by comparison. These are my first pair of IEM's that I was really excited about listening to. They have provided me with a new appreciation of how great a dynamic IEM can sound. While I have not heard anything that would be considered top tier, I think these are a great value for the money. They are built well and feel very solid, strain reliefs are very good.
Cons: Be careful when removing the shirt clip, MEElectronics is addressing the issue of the possibility of the shirt clip cutting the cable of the headphones.
Other Thoughts: Right out of the box, these are very detailed, with a great balance of highs, lows, and sweet mids, vocals really shine. I am having a hard time thinking that these are Dynamic drivers because they are so detailed, especially with good jazz recordings. When I was listening to jack johnson strum on his guitar the sound is very engaging, up front and warm. The construction is solid, the cable is different from all the other MEE phones that I own, it is thinner and more flexible. The bass does not bleed into mid-range at all and they are not bass monsters, although in no way bass anemic either.READ FULL REVIEW