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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FluffyShadowman
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Feb 12, 2020
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A good pair of IEMs for budding audiophiles
Overall Impressions: This was my first foray into IEMs, and I'm very impressed by them! They're light and easy to carry, and don't tangle together often if you're using the braided cable. I'm able to wear them for hours without experiencing fatigue, but the silicone ear tips do cause me some discomfort unlike the foam tips. Sound: These IEMs provide good sound quality; I've never heard a single bit of distortion coming from them no matter what music I throw at it. However, vocals sound mixed in with the other instruments, and female or higher pitched vocals may sound a bit veiled. The bass response for these is good, but very different from dynamic drivers. They aren't the most prominent in the soundstage owing to their neutral profile, and if you're used to dynamic drivers this might take some time to get used to.
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Feb 12, 2020
Betterrthanbad
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Jan 27, 2020
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Good until broken
They are objectively good headphones to the point that I don't want to go back to 20 buds but the left piece what sounds like all of its mid-range after just two months of use. Very disappointing
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Jan 27, 2020
Sandrotenor
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Jan 23, 2020
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Great for the price, finally some neutral sounding IEMs!
Finally some neutral and natural-sounding IEMs, with no enhanced frequencies. Voices sound very natural and engaging. I listen mainly to jazz music. I wish they had also small memory foam tips since the seal with the silicone tips isn't very stable. Definitely not made for bassheads. On the second cable with remote control you only can start, stop, and switch tracks but not set the volume.
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Jan 23, 2020
PAHvandam
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Jan 18, 2020
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Great proce/quality!
Wonderful product.
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Jan 18, 2020
bigbigbear
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Jan 9, 2020
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Unspectacular everyday IEM
I grabbed my pair of EDC3 during the EU clearance sale for 70 bucks purely out of curiousity. Straight to the most important part: they sound ok. I dont agree with hype and would classify them as mediocre sounding. Yes, the tuning is not v-shaped but rather towards neutral. The mid is consequently forward. It is rather smooth, but also a bit muddled, female vocals sound a bit veiled. The bass however is worse, the BA drivers are trying. Emphasis is on trying, you can literally hear them try to get low and can't. The upper part of the bass tho is even a bit boomy, despite being not accented. The treble/highs are rolling off too early for my likings. The overall resolution and seperation is solid, the soundstage is IEM typical almost not existing. Considering what many chi-fi products offer bangs for the buck, I can't even argue with the price tag. For the regular 100$, the EDC3 sound average at best. I still wear them quite often. Why? They are comfy. They are light and small, the fit is excellent and the flaws in sound quality dont bother me much if I am walking outside with all the traffic noise etc. The boring sound signiture even contributes to the comfort, you can listen to them for hours without getting tired. The box content is decent, a solid box, a replacement cable and foam tips are included which I installed immediately. The preprietary connector is unnecassary, why not just use regular 2 pin or MMCX connectors? Do I regret the purchase? Not exactly. Would I buy them again? Probably not.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Jan 9, 2020
Pineapple_Wizard
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Jan 8, 2020
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Okay
I found that these IEMs sounded rather unnatural. Really mids forward and vocals and guitars sounded rather odd. If you're looking for accuracy these are not for you. However, I imagine with some EQ they could be good enough for most. If what you're looking for is comfort and quality of cables and accessories, then these are the IEMs for you.
Jan 8, 2020
ihatecheez
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Jan 1, 2020
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Really love these with an EQ
out of the box these IEMs are so boring, no bass, missing some mids around 4k, and bright as hell. but tuning them with an EQ (i use poweramp and apple music) these things are awesome. rumbling and punchy bass are there and details are all there.
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Jan 1, 2020
Milhouse2sk8
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Dec 17, 2019
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Good, solid iem at cost
For the cost, great, really do love them...rather DID love them...then I washed them...then I couldn't love them anymore. Will get another pair.
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Dec 17, 2019
truffle
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Dec 16, 2019
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sounds good yet I feal that they broke to quickly
I have had bad experiences with edc iems braking first my originals and now the edc 3. I got a replacemet for eatch yet I am left with a bad tase in my mouth after this consistent problem.
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Dec 16, 2019
Diathekes
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Dec 6, 2019
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Mid range is ok...
I use these purely for when I’m on stage. While I use them for more performance and mixing use, I seem to lose a lot of bass in these more than I realize. I think for the price point they’re ok, which is why I’m giving a four out of five. If you’re looking solely for clarity and some mid to treble overtones, then these are for you. As an audiophile, I wouldn’t buy these again for what I need. I would recommend for commuters or people looking for better than average sound quality than a cheap pair going for the same price. I would not recommend for audiophiles.
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Dec 6, 2019
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