Metrans Enjoy (MH03)

?9mm Dynamic Driver


Metrans, a sub-brand of Baseus, have released their first good-looking earphones, named Enjoy (MH03). If you're looking for compact, decent-sounding earphones, packed with a carrying case, a shirt clip, a hook-and-loop fastener and even a vacuum suction winding frame, then these are for you. Just don't expect anything too impressive with the sound quality.


  • A very good sound with warm and lively vocals, and crisp and gentle highs.
  • Except for the cable, these earphones are actually very well built. An all-metal construction.
  • For the funny price I paid for these, these earphones are generously packed: a branded carrying case, a shirt clip, a branded hook-and-loop fastener and a vacuum suction winding frame, probably for the windshield.


  • Very struggling in bass reproduction. The bass gets muddy and even distorted when there's a lot of it.
  • The mids and highs occasionally get pushed back by the already struggling bass. Electric guitars sound just wrong.
  • These earphones have no stain reliefs at all, and the cable is pretty thin, makes you wonder for how long will they last until they fall apart.

Package & Accessories


Soft plastic (clear) + soft paperboard

Ear Tips - Single-Flange:

S+M+L, black, ?6mm bores

Shirt Clip:

Black, generic


Black, round, branded


Hook and loop fastener, branded

Vacuum suction winding frame

Build & Materials


Metal, ?6mm nozzles, no strain reliefs


Metal, single-button


Metal, no strain reliefs


TPE, 124cm, soft, mildly bent


Metal + TPE, straight, short, no strain relief

Comfort & Fit

These earphones are quite small, even though they don't have microdrivers, which makes them very comfortable and light. I used the included medium tips and got a pretty good seal.

Lows / Bass

The bass is warm and filling, but it's very inaccurate when there's a lot of bass content. There are muffled distortions you will notice occasionally.

Mids / Vocals

The mids are more than acceptable. They are warm and lively, but not too accurate with more heavy music genres. Electric guitars sound distorted (the wrong way) and unpleasant. However, if easy-listening music genres are your thing, these will probably suffice.

Highs / Treble

The highs are gentle and not dark. However, just like the mids, there's something off with the tone of the highs as well. It's just inaccurate.

Frequency Response

Published on 2016-04-17 21:42:52 (GMT)