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M6 PRO Universal-Fit Noise-Isolating Musician’s In-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables (Clear)

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M6 PRO Universal-Fit Noise-Isolating Musician’s In-Ear Monitors with Detachable Cables (Clear)


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Designed in collaboration with touring musicians, the M6 PRO is an all-in-one in-ear earphone for stage, gym, and street.

Counterfeit Warning: Learn to identify and avoid counterfeit M6 PRO In-Ear Monitors by visiting our Counterfeit Warning Page.

Universal-Fit Musician's In-Ear Monitors
with Detachable Cables

  • Universal-fit in-ear monitors perfect for use on and off the stage
  • Studio-tuned sound with crystal clarity and deep bass
  • Detachable cables for added durability
  • All-day comfort with secure over-the-ear fit
  • In-ear design reduces outside noise
  • Headset cable features mic, remote, and volume control
    for use with smartphones and tablets
  • Includes protective carrying case, Comply™ foam eartips,
    6 sets of silicone eartips, and extra cable

Perfect on &
Off the stage

Designed in collaboration with touring
musicians, the M6 PRO is an all-in-one
in-ear earphone for stage, gym, and street.

Audio Precision

A new driver with an ultrathin 5µm diaphragm and aluminum voice coil is capable of more precise movement, delivering engaging, dynamic audio with better balance compared to the original M6 earphones. The resulting sound combines deep, yet well-balanced bass, good clarity, and crisp detail reproduction.

Sound-Isolating Design

The in-ear design of the M6 PRO blocks external noise and enables lower-volume listening, protecting your hearing and improving sound quality. Comply™ T-Series memory foam eartips deliver maximum comfort and further increase noise isolation for a superior audio experience.

Built To Last

Engineered for real-world durability, the M6 PRO is sweat-resistant and includes two detachable, replaceable cables – a headset cable and a high-grade stereo cable with internal braiding for strength and tangle-resistance.

Includes Headset Cable with Mic & Remote

The included headset cable features a built-in universal volume control, microphone, and remote, letting you seamlessly take calls and control media playback with compatible phones and tablets.


A gold-plated ¼" (6.3mm) stereo adapter is included for compatibility with a wide range of gear while the attached shirt clips and cable cinch keep the cord out of your way for greater freedom of movement. The premium carrying case has room for the spare cable, eartips, and all other accessories, letting the M6 PRO join you on the road.

Superior Fit
& Comfort

Designed for extended listening sessions, the lightweight, low-profile M6 PRO utilizes seven pairs of eartips and flexible memory wire to provide a secure, personalized fit for all ears, eliminating the need to re-adjust your earphones.


Things don't always go according to plan the real world. If your headphones get crushed, shredded, fried, or simply left behind at a venue we've got you covered. Just tell us what happened and we'll give you a new pair at half price, no questions asked. Visit
for more information or to request a replacement.


What's in the Box

  • M6 PRO In-Ear Monitors
  • Protective carrying case
  • Spare cable
  • Comply™ memory foam eartips
  • Silicone eartips (6 pairs)
  • Shirt clips (2)
  • ¼" adapter
  • User manual

Speaker Specifications

driver type moving coil (dynamic)
driver size 10 mm
frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
impedance 16 Ohms at 1K
sensitivity 100±3 dB (1mW at 1KHZ)
maximum power input 30mW

Microphone Specifications

directivity omnidirectional
frequency response 100 Hz to 10 kHz
sensitivity -42dB± 3dB

Product Details

ear coupling intraaural (in-ear)
cable length 51 inches (1.3m), detachable
cable connector 3.5mm, right angle plug
weight 5.8oz (164g)
water resistance rating IPX5
included accessories protective carrying case, eartips, shirt clips, spare cable, ¼" adapter


The M6 PRO is covered by a 1 year warranty. If you are not satisfied with your product, contact MEE audio to help resolve your issues. A lifetime warranty program is available for this product. Visit for more information or to request a replacement.

M6 PRO Product Manual

For information on troubleshooting, maintenance, and more please refer to the included M6 PRO user manual.
To view the manual in pdf format click here.
To save it to your computer, right click the link and select "Save Link As...".

Lifetime Replacement

Things don't always go according to plan the real world. If your headphones get crushed, shredded, fried, or simply left behind at a venue we've got you covered. Just tell us what happened and we'll give you a new pair at half price, no questions asked. Visit for more information or to request a replacement.

Fit Video: How to Wear the M6 PRO

Watch the fit video below, which demonstrates how easy it is to wear the M6 PRO IEMs and achieve the perfect seal in easy to follow steps.

Replacement Accessories

Lost an accessory and need a replacement? We got you covered.

Visit M6 PRO Accessories to see the full list of available accessories and replacement parts for the M6 PRO.

The Comply™ eartip size included with the M6 PRO is the T-200. To purchase replacements or alternative options, visit

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  1. Simply awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by

    I bought these form amazon, the blue ones (limited edition) and i love them. The sound is a bit V-shaped (just a bit) and it makes them really fun to enjoy your daily music. They are very comfortable, i can wear them for hours with the comply earbuds, and the fit is very good. I daily travel with them on the metro with lots of people and i never had any trouble with someone pulling my cables or removing the headphones from my ear.

    Overall, for the price this is an awesome product that compares to other more expensive in ear monitors.


    Posted by

    Continuing on from my initial impressions, I've allowed these to burn in for roughly 2 days, and I'm happy to report that I simply couldn't be happier with them. The highs have been tamed, and the bass smoothed out. It still doesn't have a flat frequency response, but it is awfully close. At my listening levels I don't hear any distortions or anything else that stands out to me as a considerable flaw. I'm seriously still astounded at the bang-for-buck value of these.

    What I particularly like about these is that I popped them in when I went cycling, and I experienced no discomfort, nor did their seal get broken at all. I previously mentioned that I didn't end up using any of the included tips and instead opted to use the Sony Hybrids; however, I've actually found that the "double bubble" tips included worked best for me in terms of maintaining a perfect seal. As mentioned, they don't have a perfectly flat response, it does have a slight v-curve sound (and I do mean VERY slight)...which, as it turns out, is spot on perfect for what I need. I've got a whole bunch of "beast mode, cycling, fitness tempo" compilations, of which all tend to have an emphasis on rather powerful bass, and the slight v-curve sound pairs perfectly for this. The only thing I noticed is that, while cycling, I do tend to pick up a bit of wind noise, and as such, bass response is reduced. My best guess is that this happens because the housings aren't completely sealed (due to the dynamic drivers). But, in all honesty, this is probably a good thing in terms of safety whilst cycling.

    I've also just ordered the Fiio M3 and the arm band for the M3, which I think will give me a fantastic budget friendly exercise audio setup.

    Overall, I couldn't be happier with these. They sound absolutely fantastic, they're super comfortable, they maintain their seal whilst exercising, they look great (which is the least of my concern), and they're super budget friendly. If I absolutely had to mention a single downside, I'd say that I'd want them cheaper (heck, who wouldn't?)...but that's just being greedy.

    For me, these are perfect for exercise and the occasional travel use.

    Absolutely, unequivocally, without a doubt, HIGHLY recommended.

  3. Astonish value for money 5 Star Review

    Posted by

    As of writing this review, I've only listened to the M6 Pros for about an hour, and I'm happy to report that I'm completely blown away by the value of this product.

    About me: I don't own a huge collection of audio products, but that is simply because I am extremely diligent with my purchases. I always do weeks of research before I buy any sort of gadget so that I can be confident that I'm spending my money wisely. For that very reason, my only other set of headphones are the ATH-M40X, which have, for me, become the gold standard by which I compare all other headphones due to their exceptionally flat and accurate sound. Oh that's another thing, I'm one of those guys....I want my headphones to have as little impact on my listening experience as possible. By that I mean, I don't want them to change the music, but rather to produce it as faithfully as possible (within financial reason). And the M40X has proven to me that you honestly don't need to spend a small fortune to achieve precisely that.
    My reason for wanting a set of buds simply comes down to travelling. The M40Xs are full sized cans, so they take up a lot more space than what a set of buds do.

    M6 Pro Initial Impressions: Taking into account what I said above about wanting accurate audio products whilst keeping absolute value in mind, I have become a huge Audio Technica fan, which is why I was initially planning on getting the ATH-IM02. From all of the reviews I've read and watched, the collective feedback is that they are balanced and accurate, which sounded perfect to me. My only concern was the price. Let's face it, compared to the cost of other in-ears, $150-200 isn't a lot of money for a great performing set....but that is still quite a bit of money to be spending on such a tiny product. So I was concerned about whether or not I'm spending my money wisely. Would the ATH-IM02 fit the bill perfectly in terms of getting the best value for money? The M6 Pros are shouting: NO!

    Seriously, how could a $50 set of buds be this good? I can't stress this enough...$50!!! I genuinely don't have an answer for must be witchcraft. Granted, I haven't had a chance to listen to the ATM-IM02, but that's not the point. The point is that I trust the M40X, and will compare any headphones to them alone. So that being said, the M6 Pros really make me (and my wallet) smile.

    Do they sound every bit as flat and true as the M40X? No, not yet anyways. It is for this reason that I'm leaving this review as merely an impression for now, rather than drawing any concrete conclusions for now. Most reviews seem to say that they get better with burn in. Now, you might be a believer or non-believer with regards to burn in, but personally I have not seen any concrete evidence to say that burn in absolutely does or doesn't work. So I've set them aside and I'll be playing the Frybaby track through them over the next 2 days or so.

    So, how did they sound within the first hour? Honestly, even though I read and watched a ton of reviews, they still surprised me. Yes, they can be a bit sibilant (again, perhaps just for now) and it does seem to have an ever so slight v-shape sound, but the detail and clarity is fantastic. And keep in mind this is from a single dynamic driver, yet there was not a single sound missing. I previously had a set of FXZ200s (a $190 set), which was a dual BA + single dynamic setup, but they couldn't hope to provide as much clarity and detail as the M6 Pros. I also wonder if those who have complained about the highs have simply done so because they aren't accustomed to a relatively flat response. Because while I do (initially) hear a bit of sibilance, it's nowhere near as bad as others have reported.

    Other things I like: I really, really like the form factor. That (other than the price) was the main thing that put me off of the ATH-IM02. I much prefer how the M6 Pro has a negative profile. I also like the fact that you get so many added bits and pieces with it. This shows that MEE really thought about giving customers a total package, to cram as much value into it as possible.

    Things I don't like: I've never liked Comply tips, but that's simply because I've never found them to be comfortable for me. I tried the Comply ones that came with the M6 Pros, but unfortunately they ripped when I tried to take them off again. So if you're gonna test out the tips, make sure to test the Comply ones last. None of the other tips gave me both a comfortable feel and perfect seal, so I ended up using my trusty Sony Hybrids. The M6 Pros also have a fair amount of microphonics going on with the standard cable (the one without the mic and remote).

    So that's it for the initial impressions.

  4. Great sound, not so good audio jack 4 Star Review

    Posted by

    I'm so impressed with the sound quality of this $50 earphones and I am very happy with it. However, the audio jack is a little loose on my iPhone and tends to unplug itself rather easily. Other than that, it's a great earphones!

  5. MEE audio M6 Pro Quick Review by mark2410 5 Star Review

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    MEE audio M6 Pro Quick Review by mark2410

    Brief: A bargain priced monitor

    Price: US$50 or £35

    Specifications: driver type moving coil (dynamic), driver size 10 mm, frequency response 20Hz to 20kHz, impedance 16 Ohms at 1K, sensitivity 100±3 dB (1mW at 1KHZ), maximum power input 30mW, Microphone Specifications directivity omnidirectional, frequency response 100 Hz to 10 kHz, sensitivity -42dB± 3dB, Product Details, ear coupling intraaural (in-ear), cable length 51 inches (1.3m), detachable, cable connector 3.5mm, right angle plug, weight 5.8oz (164g), water resistance rating IPX5.

    Accessories: Protective carrying case, eartips, shirt clips, spare cable, ¼" adapter

    Build Quality: Not just nice for the money but nice full stop. Sure it’s all plastic but the cable with the transparent outer sheath with its bright silvered mesh weave underneath, it is one of the best looking IEM’s anywhere and at any price. Its then all nicely put together and it’s all modular, the whole thing just exudes a quality level that is far in excess of its price.

    Isolation: Pretty good. They may be dynamics but they are quite well sealed and thusly they isolate moderately well. Absolutely fine for most typical uses, out and about, on a bus. Tube and flights in a pinch but certainly not my first choice. Obviously more than enough to get yourself run over if you aren’t paying attention.

    Comfort/Fit: Excellent. They must be worn up which not everyone love but I do and they fit me perfectly. They were perfectly comfortable to wear all day long too. First rate on both accounts.

    Aesthetics: I love how these look. They are for me one of the best looking earphones out there. Not only are the buds fantastic looking but absolutely love that transparent sheath over that silvered mesh weave cable, stunningly good looking.

    Sound: Normal consumers may not have their expectations met. I know I expected them to be very M6 like but other than visually they aren’t. Acoustically they have nothing in common with each other. The M6 Pro is a vastly more grown up, monitor like balanced IEM. It really is an In Ear Monitor too. The bass is competent and capable if a little boring. The mids are very nice, a little prominent and forward compared with what many will be used to. The treble is nicely refined, no edge, no brutality so some may find it not as in your face as they wish. It’s not attention seeking at all, very plain and easy on the ear. There is a bit of an upper vocal stridency but pair with something moderate, warm and don’t play silly buggers with the volume control and you’ll mostly be fine. They really aren’t an exciting thrill ride. They are grown up proper monitor like but for barely any money.

    Not one for thrill seeking party people but if you’re a high school band, budding YouTube star, budding podcasting star, someone who wants an audio monitor but hasn’t tremendous wealth.

    Value: Just silly, the look fantastic, they come with two cables, detachable cables, you can buy replacement cables, replacement single buds and even a single sided cable if you only wantto use one side. These should be pretty much at the top of the list for every budding audio based star starting out. They then come with a craze lifetime, will replace for half price if you kill them offer.

    Pro’s: Looks stunningly good. Stupidly cheap real monitors. Crazy levels of modularity.

    Con’s: Upper vocal tendency for stridency. Bass will be too polite for some.

  6. A Winner! 5 Star Review

    Posted by

    'd never heard of MEE until I heard an interview with MEE's founder. Curiosity led me to quite a few reviews written about these, and their prevailing opinion is that the M6 PRO represents a wonderful bargain.

  7. regarding upgradation 4 Star Review

    Posted by

    hi mee-audio...i owned a pair of m6 pro...i am satisfied with the quaity and price....but i want meelec to present a flagship in iems..added features like..balanced armature + dynamic most of brand presenting this days..but the design should be in like m6 pro...and the specs and sond should blow us...kindly look forward to this suggestion..thank u.