We tried to use our own Comply foam eartips instead of the stock ones, there was a definite improvement in the output. These tips had a much better fit in our ears, and the improved seal helped the headphones deliver better bass performance as well as a marginal improvement in the mids.
Priced at Rs 1,999, the Xiaomi Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD is positioned as a pair of premium headphones for a superior audio experience. However, we found that the sound lacked bass even though mids and highs were delivered well. Using Comply eartips did improve the experience, but these will bump your budget up by a few hundred rupees, and it shouldn’t be necessary to buy something else to make this product work. Instead we would recommend the OnePlus Bullets V2, which offer better bass and a fuller sound while saving you money.