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  • Fine for travel.
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    The headphones are slightly larger than I thought they would be. After extended wear the band pushes into the top of my head and is uncomfortable. There's a bit of padding but not nearly enough. I use these for air travel so I like the single cord and the audio quality seems just fine for my purposes.

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    gpast February 2, 2013
  • Great portable, comfortable headphone!

    Introduction: HT-21 is meelectronics First Portable Headphone. They are already quite famous for their great price/performance ratio with their current IEM's lineup. Meelectronics describes HT-21 as "Enjoy powerful bass along with class leading clarity and a spacious presentation, extreme comfort, and the convenience of a single cable and folding headband" Specifications : Driver: 40mm dynamic transducer Impedance: 32 ohm Sensitivity: 114 dB Frequency Response: 20Hz~20kHz Cable length: 1.2m (Left sided), single-sided; 45º plug Accessories/Packaging: The HT-21 arrives in a fairly standard cardboard box with a plastic window, allowing buyers to see the headphones. Inside, a plastic insert holds the headphones in place and and comes with a bundled drawstring bag, although made from crummy textured plastic it’s a cheap addition that shouldn't figure in your buying decision. Build Quality : The HT-21 is a closed-back supraaural headphone which can be folded flat and collapsed to save space during transport. The overall feel of the headphone is quite light, which is aided by the plastic material used for the majority of the construction. The ear cups are padded with leather like material. The headbands are flexible for height and the ear cups are also foldable which can be folded flat and could be carried easily in the carry bag included Cable: The cable is thick and flexible and is well relieved with a hockey stick shaped L-plug Comfort: These IEMs are very comfortable to wear,being an oval shaped insertion design that allows these to pretty much disappear in ones ears. Deep insertion levels as well as wearing them over the ear are not possible due to the oval shape. Isolation: Noise isolation is nearly nonexistent despite their closed-backed design Sound Quality: Burn-in: Its been burned to 100+ hours before the evaluation. Amped / unamped: Not much of a difference, these are drived easily by even low power sources Lows: The bass is a bit punchy but it’s not very deep, they do sound tight and well controlled Mids: There is an overall smooth presentation of the mids and clarity is an obvious strong point that stands out with these headphones.It is crisp, clear and blend well with the highs and tend to lean very slightly towards the cool side of the spectrum on the whole Highs: They perform the same way as the mids- crisp, clear with decent extension. Though a bit of sibilance can be observed with bad recordings more at high volumes Soundstage: Sound stage is airy and good for a closed set, definitely ones of its pros, the 3D layering and differentiating is quite good particularly in clarity and control Final Conclusion : The HT-21s are a great choice for anyone looking for a comfortable and portable set of headphones that won’t break the bank. While not overly proficient in any one aspect, they are certainly competent in all areas. Sound quality is highlighted by excellent clarity with no glaring weaknesses, and the comfort and portability factors round out a nice package Pros: 1) Comfortable and Lightweight 2) Great Value for the price 3) Good balanced sound Cons: 1) Mediocre Isolation 2) Sibilance at higher volumes

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    rupeshkumar December 25, 2012
  • Nice headphones HT-21

    I was looking for a pair of compact headphones where I can use for my daily walk. I read CNET's review about the best portable headphones under 100 dollars and this product was one of them. After few weeks of use, I have to say it is very nice. Sounds good, lightweight, very comfortable to wear, looks well built. For the price, I have no complaint whatsoever.

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    suntori November 7, 2012
  • Great Headphones at a Great Price!

    I was skeptical at first and really didn't think that a pair of headphones for under fifty bucks would be worth the coin. Boy, was I wrong! These babies are great, as far as music clarity and very good bass. They're compact and fold up so they can be stowed in the supplied carry bag. If you're looking for more bang for your buck in a great set of headphones, look no further than this. The ME Electronics HT-21 headphones are well worth the money and are just as good, or better than brands that are more pricey and claim to be the best.

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    maggieq November 5, 2012
  • One of the best values in headphones

    I picked one of these up for myself before a recent trip, as I needed something small and light, but with good sound quality. Compared to more expensive models from Sennheiser, among other makers, the HT-21s are very comfy, and have a nice, sweet sound without sibilance or bloated bass. A good balance across the spectrum. I own several very expensive pair of in-ear headphones, so I have experience. And at this price, you would be hard-pressed to get a better deal (in fact, the HT-21 bests even higher priced portable headphones). As far as comfort, I am not sure why anyone would claim they are uncomfortable. I have worn mine for hours without a problem, and I like the single wire too, much easier to use.

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    tstarn11 April 13, 2011
  • horrible buy
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    sound quality is fine, but one of the most uncomfortable headphones ever. Def not worth the cost.

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    tesb April 4, 2011