Massdrop x NuForce EDC3 In-Ear Monitors

Massdrop x NuForce EDC3 In-Ear Monitors

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Following the success of the Massdrop x NuForce EDC, named The Absolute Sound’s 2017 Earphone of the Year, we’re excited to announce its big brother: the EDC3. This new IEM swaps the original’s single dynamic driver for three balanced armatures per ear, and the lightweight housing is entirely translucent to showcase the drivers within Read More
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Glade2018
1
Apr 9, 2020
Is there a replacement cord for these?
divinebaboon
6
Jul 8, 2020
They come with two cables, but if you are like me and broke one and lost the other, you can buy 0.78mm 2pin cables on Aliexpress for like $10, they work fine.
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Is there an advantage to balanced armature drivers?
Artismo
459
Nov 6, 2019
Speed, accuracy, and detail - BUT - it depends on the drivers, tuning, and source. Sometimes, people complain they don’t have that visceral low end of a dynamic and often go the hybrid route. BAs really excellent in the midrange and treble.
gsc911
2
Dec 15, 2019
Have a pair, need to purchase only right earbud. How do I do that
kubanm3
1
May 25, 2020
did you resolve your problem somehow?
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ab.fitzgerald
1
Aug 6, 2020
How is the microphone on the non-braided cable?
mallenwho
2
Apr 12, 2021
Very clear, and picks up a lot. Spent 500 hours in phone calls with my girlfriend while travelling, she was able to hear me clearly the whole time, as well as the ambience of the world around me at the time. So not perfect for isolated listening for a conversation, but the clarity is certainly excellent.
cdsstudios
0
Jul 9, 2020
How would these work in a IEM band monitoring setting. I use Westones now and have tried Shure but they are single driver
mallenwho
2
Apr 12, 2021
If you're content with the sound profile, they'd be a great fit. Stupendously confortable, can wear the whole day, and I sometimes use them as earplugs at night. They have 40db noise isolation, so once you're monitoring, you really won't hear anything else. For band monitoring, that could be a plus or a minus depending on whether you're playing or mixing.