MEE Audio’s 2nd-generation M6 PRO features upgraded sound and build quality and introduces MEE audio’s first-ever optional personalization with available custom-engraved faceplates. M6 Pro comes with a 10mm dynamic driver which has a 5µm ultrathin diaphragm and aluminium voice coil.
The lightweight and low-profile M6 PRO utilizes a flexible over-the-ear memory wire and seven pairs of ear tips, including a pair of Comply T-Series foam tips, to provide a secure, personalized fit for all ears.
The M6 PRO features a sweat-resistant design and detachable, replaceable cables, with both a regular stereo cable and headset cable included in the box. Connection points and other hardware have been redesigned for the 2nd generation model to improve toughness under harsh conditions. The included headset cable features a built-in microphone and remote, letting you seamlessly take calls and control media playback with compatible phones and tablets.
Once fitted properly, these M6 Pro’s will do the job for running and gym work, as well as checking sound levels on stage. They are IPX5 rated, so can handle sweat in whatever situation you use them.
The M6 Pro uses 2mm DC connectors which can be a problem for upgrade cable lovers as it is a non commonly used standard like 0.78 two-pin or mmcx.
What’s in the box:
M6 PRO In-Ear Monitors
Stereo audio cable (TRS)
Stereo headset cable (TRRS)
Hard carrying case
Comply memory foam ear tips
Silicone ear tips (6 pairs)
Shirt clips (2)
6.35mm adapter (TRS)
Driver: 10mm Single Dynamic Driver
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Impedance: 16 Ohms
Sensitivity: 100 dB(1mW)
Water Resistance: IPX5
I would like to thank Yaoyaotiger HIFI Audio Store for providing me with the review sample of MEE Audio M6 PRO (no affiliate link).
MEE M6 PRO has a balanced tuning. It comes off as natural sounding in the bass and mids with a comfortably sized soundstage. It has a smooth, natural sound with a slight touch of warmth. M6 PRO delivers a satisfying bass response with natural vocals and an energetic treble region.
The bass of the M6 PRO extends well into the sub-bass region. There isn’t a sense that one part of the bass dominates the other and comes off as a rather seamless experience. It doesn’t sound too dry or one-noted. There’s a natural feeling of decay and dynamism. It’s fast and has good rumble and punch. Also has a natural timbre with a warm touch, and an accurate and clear tone weight and texture.
The midrange is slightly recessed and shows a warmish tonality, while the level of clarity, airiness, and detail retrieval is above average. The lower midrange shows a good amount of intensity and fullness without sounding muddy or dry. The voice reproduction of male vocals has good depth and fullness, while the resolution and clarity are also on a pretty good level. Female vocals are accented and quite detailed. The M6 Pro offers a good level of extension and detail retrieval from female vocals to instruments for its price.
The treble range has a fairly neutral and slightly bright tonality with good extension and level of airiness. The lower treble region is more highlighted and detailed compared to the upper treble region. The speed and extension in the lower treble area are on a good level. There is no sign of harshness or sibilance, just maybe on the edge on some tracks with high volumes, but far away from being uncomfortable. The treble range offers good clarity, detail retrieval, and extension.
The M6 PRO has a good soundstage expansion with a quite precise placement and separation of instrument & vocal placement. Pretty good in terms of wideness, while the depth is on a moderate level. Shows a good amount of neutral air between the instruments. It is distinct, with above-average layering.
Mee Audio launched the M6 Pro as a professional monitor earphone for musicians, entry-level of course. I am not a musician and guessing neither are most of you reading this. If you are searching for a balanced sound with fairly good dynamics and tonality in a budget solution, you may consider the Mee M6 Pro. The second cable with microphone support, the Comply foam ear tips and I need to be honest here, one of the best carrying cases, maybe the best in this price range, are big bonuses if you decide to buy the M6 Pro.