Back in September of 2016, the iPhone 7 was revealed to the world. Along with it came an ominous declaration: "The headphone jack is dead." Since then, all iPhone audio was delivered either through their speakers or through wireless headphones (or through a silly and overpriced dongle, but that's besides the point). This move didn't really bother me, but the fact that just about every major smartphone manufacturer have done the same to their flagship phones seems to suggest that our beloved 3.5mm headphone jack should be put to rest.

And when you do upgrade to such a phone, MEE Audio has you covered. This week, we're taking a look at the BTC1, a Bluetooth adapter made for their earphones with removable cables. The BTC1 is specifically made for their earphones with a 2mm DC connector, referring specifically to their M6 PRO (another variant, the BTX1, is also available for their MMCX earphones like the Pinnacle series and the M7 PRO. Let's get to it.

TL;DR: It’s not the best by any means, but the BTC1 ensures your M6 PRO will live on in a world without the headphone jack.

The MEE Audio M6 has grown quite a bit over the years. It started out as an affordable, sport-oriented earphone dubbed the Sport-Fi M6, which was later retooled and released as the M6 PRO, marketed for performers and musicians. The success of the M6 PRO eventually led to the release of the M7 PRO, a higher-end pro audio model with a hybrid two-driver design. That's quite a legacy for a 30 dollar earphone.

Earlier this year, MEE Audio made some tweaks to both variations of the M6 and released them as second-generation models, effectively extending the M6 legacy even further. In this review, we'll be taking a look specifically at the new M6 PRO. How will it stack up to its predecessor? Find out after the jump.