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Magaosi X3 IEM

Magaosi X3 IEM

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The Magaosi X3 is the latest in the brand’s streak of affordable, high-quality multi-driver IEMs. The three balanced-armature drivers deliver a smooth sound, while the ergonomic clear housing is complete with a stylish carbon-fiber-like faceplate reminiscent of what you’d find on higher-end custom IEMs Read More

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strooper
45
Dec 14, 2018
I own a pair of these (not purchased through massdrop). Really like them. Compared to other ba earphones I own, they have the most honest treble response. They aren't artificially bright. Cymbals sound like cymbals really sound, not cymbals mic'ed an inch from where you strike it. As a result, the soundstage isn't enormous, but it's still really good. The texture of the bass is great. I find myself grabbing these more often than my other IEMs (IMR R1, Hifi Boy OS3, TFZ Secret Garden), partly because they fit well and isolate very well, but mostly because the sound signature works for me.
Arteck
5
Jul 26, 2018
Anyone have an opinion on these? (Non biased maybe?)
beausym
31
Jul 14, 2018
Got my shipping notification! Should be here Wednesday.
beausym
31
Jul 27, 2018
Not really, no. The EQ does it really solid though.
iopossoio
0
May 24, 2020
for the 150 dollars price range what would you currently buy? I'm looking for my first pair of IEMs!
beausym
31
Jun 27, 2018
https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/magaosi-x3.23060/
there's a couple of reviews and comparisons here, looks like they compare favorably to the EDC3 and their own K5.
Blackrambo
15
Jun 29, 2018
Any recommendations for fair reviews in that case?
ProRules
54
Jun 27, 2018
They look amazing i must say. Still needs some reviews tho.
Erak606
68
Jun 26, 2018
Any comparisons to the Massdrop Plus IEM?
SanderSkjegstad
30
Jun 26, 2018
Every set of in-ear headphones on MD seems to be labeled "IEM", but are they really monitors? Are they for audio engineering purposes with a flat response? Because with marketing crap like "smooth-sounding iem" and "relaxing bass, intimate midrange, and controlled treble" you lose all credibility with sound experts.
cheguevaro
30
Jun 26, 2018
You seem to be confusing studio monitors with IEM's because the word "monitor" is included in "In-Ear Monitor." IEM's were originally custom- made designed for stage monitoring for musicians, and then branched out into universal designs that were made for music listening. A lot of them can serve both functions, but the the purpose was never studio monitoring and a perfect flat response.
SanderSkjegstad
30
May 21, 2019
Yes! That's very true, they were for stage monitoring, so I desperately wish that we could stop calling all in-ear headphones "IEMs". Just call them in-ear headphones, they're not built for monitoring. If you have to abbreviate it, call them IEHs or IEHPs.