When MEElectronics contacted me, I was skeptical that the earphone would stay in place,” said Daniel Etcheto, the Breakdancing Ninja. “I was surprised that I didn’t even have to adjust them after my back flips and other power moves.
City of Industry, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2011
The M6 in-ear headphone, which uses an over-the-ear design with memory wire technology, really won’t come loose during even the most extreme activities. Compared with over-the-ear earphone designs from other manufacturers, which use plastic or rubber ear hooks, or brace against the outer ear, the flexible memory wire is bent into place, conforming to each and every ear for superior fit, comfort, and stability. The ergonomic, low-profile housing with an angled nozzle adds to the comfort level.
“MEElectronics wanted to show how well our over-the-ear design with memory wire would perform during the extreme moves of breakdancing to emphasize just how secure the fit is,” said Joe Daileda, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for MEElectronics. “We were very happy when Daniel accepted our challenge and are even more pleased with the results.” The video can be viewed on the MEElec channel on You tube or at the company homepage, http://www.meelec.com.
“When MEElectronics contacted me, I was skeptical that the earphone would stay in place,” said Daniel Etcheto, the Breakdancing Ninja. “I was surprised that I didn’t even have to adjust them after my back flips and other power moves. Plus, the M6 is very easy to insert once you get them set up for your ear.”
“Daniel’s breakdancing moves show that the M6 truly does have a locked-in fit that can also benefit snowboarders, skateboarders, martial artists, dancers, mountain bikers, and other extreme athletes,” said Daileda. “And let’s not forget that the M6 got its start in the audiophile community due to the great sound for the price, a steal at less than $30.”
The M6 comes in either black or clear and includes a protective carrying case and 6 sets of ear tips to ensure a great fit. Available through many fine retailers including online at Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, Walmart, Barnes & Noble, and Sears and in store at Fry’s Electronics.
About the Breakdancing Ninja
As a self-taught breakdancer, Daniel Etcheto began dancing at the age of 15 in 1996. After spending countless hours perfecting the craft, Daniel is now passing on his passion to others willing and wanting to learn the art of breakdancing. He has also appeared on TV and performs live at various events. Visit http://www.breakdancingninja.com for more information.
Born out of a passion for music, MEElectronics has a goal of delivering Musical Enjoyment to Everyone. Our earphones and headphones have won acclaim from casual listeners and audiophiles alike and are backed by industry-leading customer service. Try MEE and find out why we have so many loyal customers and visit http://www.meelec.com for more information.