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Intro

Thanks to Joe @ MEElec, I got a chance to listen to there new IEMs that's exclusively available on Newegg. They're both under $50 and offer pretty good value for the money. Without further ado, the reviews are below taken from my site.

 

MEElectronics N8

 

N8-1.JPGSpecifications

Driver Type: 9mm Dynamic

Frequency Response: 18Hz-20KHz

Sensitivity: 94dB

Impedance: 16Ω

Cable: 130cm 

Connector: Gold-plated L-plug

Warranty: 1 year

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Package|Accessories

Being a Newegg exclusive, the packaging has the same color schemes as the site. The accessories included are 4 pairs of silicone eartips and a shirt clip. Overall pretty simple and minimal.

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Fit|Isolation|Appearance

The N8 fits comfortably with no issues at all. Isolation is decent. The design is pretty simple and straight forward with the metallic housing and logos on them. It also comes in chrome and there is a black remote/mic mobile version as well.

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Build|Cable

The N8 has a very sturdy build with its metal housing. The cable is the same as most of the MEElec IEMs which are built to last and has good strain reliefs. As mentioned before, it comes in a remote/mic version.

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Sound

The N8 has a bass emphasized sound overall. Treble is laid back a bit. Midrange is a bit recessed but still detailed. Bass is powerful and goes deep with plenty of rumble. Soundstage is average. It has a better sound than a lot of other bassy IEMs in its price range.

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The Verdict

For those looking for an IEM with powerful bass, solid build, and good price, the N8 is for you. It's not the most detailed or analytical sounding IEM but not too shabby for the price. It's available for around $25 or less only @ Newegg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEElectronics N9P

 

N9P-1.JPGSpecifications

Driver Type: 9mm Dynamic

Frequency Response: 18Hz-20KHz

Sensitivity: 94dB

Impedance: 16Ω

Cable: 130cm 

Connector: Gold-plated L-plug

Warranty: 1 year

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Package|Accessories

Being a Newegg exclusive, like the N8, the packaging has similar colors as the site. The included accessories are 5 pairs of silicone eartips, a shirt clip, and a clamshell zipper case. Not a bad amount for the price.

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Fit|Isolation|Appearance

The N9P has a comfortable fit with no issues and isolation is pretty good with its angled nozzles. The design is clean and simple. The black and silver metallic housing with small logos is a nice look, nothing too fancy.

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Build|Cable

The N9P is built to last with metal housings and good strain reliefs on the cables. The cable is a little thin but feels durable and should last under normal use. The mic/remote works well and there's also a non-mic/remote version as well.

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Sound

The N9P has a bassy sound signature overall. Treble is crisp and never harsh. Midrange is neither forward or recessed and smooth. Bass goes deep with tons of impact. Soundstage is about average. It's like the luxury version of the N8 like how Acura is to Honda, just more refined and better overall while keeping the same kind of sound signature.

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The Verdict

For $40 or less, the N9P delivers the goods with its overall sound and build with the convenience of a mic/remote. I'd say it's one of the better IEMs out there for the price. It can only be purchased directly @ Newegg.