UM Universal MEST MKII
Enjoying it! I heard the bone conduction driver for the very first time - bass that resonates with the brain is quite amazing. Also Andrew is a great guy to buy from.
I had another “starter” pair of IEM’s. Not Uber cheap but not worthy of my Hiby R6. These UM IEM’s are absolutely amazing. Balanced yet powerful. I highly recommend these IEM’s. Obviously get them from Music Teck since they know there shit better than anyone. Their service is second to none! Thanks guys…happy listening everyone.
I own Campfire Andromedas (2016 version) and 64 Audio A4T. Comparing to the A4T's, the MEST MKII has a very similar sound stage and the distance of the vocals is similar too. Soundstage is wide and vocals are not in your face, they are a distance away. Both IEMs (A4T and MEST MKII) are not fatiguing at all. Where the MEST MKII really shines is... everything (at least compared to the A4Ts)! Treble and mids sound amazing; they are not bright or overpowering, and drums sound much more pleasant, lifelike, and are much more audible. Bass is almost nonexistent on the A4Ts compared to the MEST MKII, where the bass is incredibly noticeable and it is much more audible, but not to the point where the bass overpowers other instruments and vocals. There is a nice, subtle balance to everything (and this, of course, depends on what genre of music). Imaging and separation of vocals and instruments is amazing, you can tell where separate instruments are, even if the music sounds "tight" (i.e., when the instruments sound like they are in the same positions in the song, so drums or guitar might sound like they are in the same place, but you can tell where each one is located). Detailing is amazing on these and it really does get out all those details and instruments that you may have been missing out on (at least this was the case for me). I had to "rediscover" all of my music and, while some songs didn't change much, they were definitely a lot better to listen to. This is my first ever review for any IEM and I'd say that this was a worthwhile investment. Are there better IEMs out there that I have not discovered yet? Probably. But for now, this IEM will be my #1 go-to for music.
I currently own the 64 Audio U12t, Sony IER-Z1R and the Thieaudio Monarch. I had my eye on the Mest 2 for a short while but dragged my feet on a purchase. I continued to read reviews praising the Mest 2's excellence and it got to the point where I needed to order it. All the praise this IEM gets is so well deserved. I am happy to have it in my small collection! Andrew thank you for the great service!
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I gambled and bought these based on trusted music listener feedback. Like most I'm unable to have a listening opportunity and certainly not able to be able to buy without calculated financial consideration. Satisfyingly, the sound quality delivered on my gamble and surpasses my over ear Kennerton Magni's (which delivered enough quality for me to be content with my music listening, being mainly 70s rock and 90s rap). I prefer a warmer tone coupled with being able to feel the bass when you're supposed to and use a Fiio M11 coupled with a Oriolus BA300s tube amp just to provide some clarity. I've fiddled with a variety of tips to make sure I'm getting the optimal contact to allow the bone conduction tech to work, which it does. If money was no object I would definitely invest in a custom pair, just for my own peace of mind and settle the natural tendency us music lovers' have of 'can that sound even better?' :). I'm an overseas buyer (England) and I'd just like to say thanks to Andrew for the customer service and to Music Teck overall for a hassle free experience, highly recommended to deal with. Happy listening to you all