New Meelectronics MP3/4 Players. MEEplayers
Sep 12, 2009 at 8:20 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 26

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This week, Meelectronics has come up with three brand new players that are claimed to be affordable, yet offer an astounding audio experience for the price. There are two full size players, where one is a mini player similar in thought to the iPod Shuffle.




Meelectronics MiniMee II

Capacity: 2GB/4GB
Screen: 1.5-Inch TFT LCD Screen
Dimension:1.75" x 1.75" x 0.5"
Supports: "most popular audio files" (No specification)
Earbud Include: Meelectronics SX-31
Equalizer: 7 Band, Microsoft PlayFX.
Price: 2GB-$39.99 4GB-$49.99 (Promotion, $5 off both models)

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Meelectronics GrooveMee II
Capacity: 4GB/8GB~MicroSD Expandable
Screen: 2.6-Inch TFT (320X240) LCD Screen
Dimension:1.90"W x 3.2"L x 0.5"H
Supports: "most popular audio files" (No specification)
Earbud Include: Meelectronics Ai-M2
Equalizer: 7 Band, Microsoft PlayFX.
Included in Box: GrooveMee Player, Ai-M2, USB Charger, Charger, Silicone Case, Stylus, CD, Manual
Price: 4GB-$99 8GB-$119 (Promotion, $20 off both models)

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Meelectronics RockMee II

Capacity: 4GB/8GB~MicroSD Expandable
Screen: 3-Inch TFT "Super Sharp" LCD Screen
Dimension:2.25"W x 4.0"L x 0.45"H
Supports: "most popular audio files" (No specification)
Earbud Include: Meelectronics Ai-M2
Equalizer: 7 Band, Microsoft PlayFX.
Included in Box: RockMee Player, Ai-M2, USB Charger, Charger, CD, Manual
Price: 4GB-$99 8GB-$119 (Promotion, $20 off both models)

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Getting my hands on the Rock and Groove, let you guys know how these sound. If the product consistency is similar throughout, then these should be amazing performers since the M2, M6, and M9 are more than amazing for their price.
 
Sep 13, 2009 at 9:03 AM Post #5 of 26

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wrong forum bro
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hm... CMIIW i think before this, MEElectronics also released a few dap player (mp3/4) before?



Yes my apologies, it's what happens when you linger in this category for too long. It turns into "headfi" rather than a part of HEadfi.

Not sure if they have released any players before, because if they did i have NO clue they existed...i'll get on to that on Monday
 
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maybe he mean discount $20
i love the first one design, but no price yet



The price was actually available, i forgot to post it. 2GB is $39.99, $34.99 right now for promo. 4GB is ten dollars more, at $49.99, $44.99 Promo.
 
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the little green one is pretty

shame no removable media slot



hard to make it into something that small. Haha
 
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hard to make it into something that small. Haha


Clip+ has it in similar size and price
 
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The Clip+ is taller by .5 of an inch, and also thicker. That is enough room to make it expandable, but yes i understand where you are coming from. Hmm can't wait to tell you guys how the Groove and Rock sound. Just gave a listen to the X1060 from Sony today.
 
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My players should be here tomorrow!
 
Sep 17, 2009 at 4:11 AM Post #12 of 26

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My Groove and Rock has arrived, i can tell you all right now that the Sound Quality is worth the money you pay for the player. Pictures soon to come, rather busy at the moment.
 
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But, would the difference be amped or unamped?

I have only ever used ipods, and i have owned/used most of the makes. only time i enjoyed the music quality out of one over another was with the 3rd generation nano vs most others.

but since i got into head-fi and high-end audio, i've only ever used my ipod touch (now a 2nd gen 32gb).

so do these have better sound quality? or are they alternatives... i haven't yet delved into the world of hi-fi sources, having so many ipods.
 
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How does it sound compared to the clip/fuze and what format/audio files does it support,? "most popular audio files" sounds very vague...


I myself find overall, the Groove is superior to the Fuze/Clip in terms of audio. Clarity, Detail, and soundstage is relatively better than the Fuze/Clip. On the box it says it supports MP3, WMA, FLAC, WAV, and OGG. So basically...the majority of the community.
 

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