Massdrop x MEE audio Pinnacle PX IEMs
Massdrop x MEE audio Pinnacle PX IEMs
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Made in collaboration with MEE audio, the Pinnacle PX is the comfortable, versatile, and incredibly engaging IEM you’ll want to listen to all day long. It has the same tuning and detailed, enjoyable sound signature as the Pinnacle P1, with updates to the build quality and a significantly lower price Read More
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DystopianVic
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Sep 15, 2020
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They sound great
They sound amazing, but the fit isn't always comfortable. I found the silicone tips felt like they were cutting up the inside of my ear. But the foam ear tips fit perfectly and provided a deep and perfect seal so the sound was always amazing. The cable is also detectable which is nice because the jack is probably going to fail. I had to stop using them because they could hold a connection. I just haven't bought a new cable for them yet.
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Tristan198
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Sep 13, 2020
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A very balanced iem overall
The sound signature of these is very flat across most of its frequency range instrumental could sound cleaner but the overall sound is vary clean and balanced the sound isn’t my favorite though because I like my vocals to be pushed a little bit more then for say bass like a lot of people like nothing is to overpowering in the sound. No sharp changes in any of the spectrum I prefer the sound signature of my nu force edc 3 better but the sharp vocal transitions in those did bother me a bit I would still probably be using my edc 3s if I didn’t actually wash them.
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botisto
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Jul 18, 2020
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Love them
Fantastic all rounders. Stock tips and cable can get uncomfortable. And the paint peels
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PtahAsar
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Jul 5, 2020
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This has some of the best mid-range presentation in it's category. When you're on the go and want to enjoy incredible rhythm and blues these are a fantastic choice. We do have an issue when it comes to the bass! These lack sub base! The base is tight but part of that spectrum is missing and that's not a good thing. They're kind of like the IEM Sennheiser HD 600. These would be extremely fantastic if they actually had the base to go along with the mids and that nice level of detail and of course the highs are never sib! Oh, they need to redesign the cord because mine is starting to short, but it's been years so that L shape needs to just be a straight cord, because in the pocket it puts too much stress on that area and it's starting to fail!
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beq1990
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May 21, 2020
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First IEMs for me so I don't have other references, but I absolutely love them! Mainly using theme at work with a dragonfly cobalt, they're a huge upgrade from my previous ceap earbuds.
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Joseph_D
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Apr 26, 2020
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Expected more for the price
Started off ok, but then like others have said the paint started to chipped off. Then the cable deteriorated, randomly opening up Google assistant and maxing out volume on its own. Now just constant feedback and crackling. I got them on sale for around $70, and expect a bit more build quality for that price.(let alone peopke who have spent $115). I'm no audiophile, but the sound seemed good while the cable was brand new.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Kauen
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Apr 19, 2020
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Simplified P1
For this price, excellent IEM. Their trump card is medium and high frequencies, which have the resolution of good BA and physicality of DD. Who listened to P1, he will understand. Compared to P1, the main difference is a simplified configuration. The cable is just bad. And he is alone - with a microphone, the second of silver-plated copper was not put :( Also, there is no that luxurious box, and the case is simpler. The rest are excellent headphones, the drawback of which may be the lack of bass. Everyone who loves clean vocals, a wide stage and crystal highs, I highly recommend that you familiarize yourself.
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Boontarin
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Apr 18, 2020
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Yes! Look no further! I'm really enjoying this.
I did bought few IEMs from Massdrop, this is the most impressive one. Yes, It is also better than some that are more expensive. I'm not audiophile enough to tell you about the sound performace TBH, but it is very enjoyable experience to use it. Now it is my default set of IEM, it does well with every genre of music. The best thing that I like is the higher frequency does not hurt my ears like many, I don't know ho to explain this feeling. And it is one of few IEM that keeps staying on my ears too, I always have trouble finding the IEM that stays in and this is like a god-send to me. And the build quality is so superb, it's the best I owned. Better than many that is more expensive, this thing feels like tank!
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Thavo
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Apr 17, 2020
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Replace the stock MMCX cable.
Those IEM are great! My first expensive entry-level IEM and they sound very good for now. (bought them on speacial for 90$ and sat on them for a long time, mine aren't even burned out) I use them with my NXs2. I have them paired with the Tripowin C8. The only con would be the case... What a shame! The thing is flimsy at best and uses a magnet cover? I replaced it immediately with a nicer Audio-Technica zipper carrying case that was I found for 5$ on KIjiji.
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Psychoactive
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Mar 7, 2020
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I've got this around 2 years ago, still working to date. Other than the outlook (the paint on the alloy came off easily) and the questionable cable quality (i replaced it). The sound quality is great, balanced sound with normal-good detail revealing character, good for casual listening (jack of all trades) It does fine with any genre you throw in, it sounds good but not great with almost all genre. Meanwhile, some of my IEM did great on some genre and being picky with others. These are far from what you call "fun" or "musical" signature. It sounds slightly warm yet not much to be called "musical" as well. Best to go with any comply isolation or comfort tips. IMO, these do not go well with silicon tips, I have tried to roll spinfit and spiral dots and they do not sound or seal as good as comply tips.
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