Priced at just £9.88 this new pair from Meifigno are certainly not expensive and certainly fall into the budget category but in fact, they have more going for them than you might think and not the least of which is the really rather decent sound quality.
The headset comes with no product box but instead with a plastic bag with the details of the product printed on it. The headset carry case protects the actual headset itself from damage.
Inside were the headset, three sets of spare buds (one is already fitted), a cable clip, a semi-rigid carry case and a small but well-printed generic User Guide which I append to my unboxing video.
Build quality seems fine for the price. The earbuds have an attractive gloss black finish with matt silver headlining, the cord has a black rubberised anti-tangle finish and seems pretty robust. The in-line control box is a decent size and has large and easy to find raised buttons.
In use, it again was excellent for the price. The earbuds were a good fit and did not project out from the ears. The in-line control box differs from that shown on the Amazon product page but is easy enough to use. The single Multifunction button controls track pause/play and phone answer/reject with one click, two clicks to track advance, three to track back. The slider controls the audio volume and is smooth and accurate in use.
As regards sound quality again I was pleasantly surprised. The headset has excellent audio quality with plenty of bass and detailed and crisp highlights and mid tones. There is no clipping or distortion just a clean flat sound.
I would have preferred a thicker cord and more robust build quality but I doubt if you will find better sound quality from an in-ear headset at this price.
Good Sound Quality
Voice Assistant Support