MEElectronics N9P

Driver Type: 9mm Dynamic
Frequency Response: 18Hz-20KHz
Sensitivity: 94dB
Impedance: 16Ω
Cable: 130cm 
Connector: Gold-plated L-plug
Warranty: 1 year
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.


  1. I bought a pair of these from Newegg. I luckily got them on sale for $14.99 because they are just horrible. I am a musician, I write/record/produce original compositions. I bought these because they got decent reviews but I am really sorry I did. The old adage: "You get what you pay for" is definitely true. The sound quality is sub par. Bass response is poor at best. Volume that you can listen to clearly is very poor as is the reproduction at the high-end of the spectrum. Then we come to the fit and isolation... even with the 5 pairs of eartips is not isolating and definitely not comfortable. If looks counted for anything then they would rate right up there with "real" headphones, but headphones are for sound quality not looks. I did the "burn-in" thinking that would help,,, it didn't. The sound quality is just horrible: tinny high-end, bass lacks any substance, and you can't give any volume to them without immediate distortion. If I could give them a -Minus in the star department I would.

    I would definitely not recommend these headphones to anyone expecting quality.


    1. All I can think of is that you may have had a defective set.