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View Full Discussion I am pleased to announce that Massdrop X NuForce EDC3 has won the Reviewer´s Choice award from SoundStage Experience! The reviewer, Brent Butterworth, is an industry legend and known for his detailed writing, knowledge and professionalism. Even if you are not interested to purchase the EDC3, this review is worth reading!
Brent also took measurements, which are linked on the review.
"The Massdrop x NuForce EDC3s delivered the best sound I’ve heard for under $100 -- not just from earphones, but from any audio product I can think of."
Well...this sold them for me. I want neutral (like I'm currently experiencing with my HE-350's) and nice wide soundstage (which...once again...the HE-350's).
Was originally looking at the Campfire Comets....but I'm pulling the trigger on these now.
Out of the box, the first three tips I tried were, meh.....
Then I tried the included medium size foamies........wow, just wow!
This review speaks the truth. I need another pair of these wonderful IEMs!
Question for Jyri -- what are the included foamies equivalent to in the Comply line?
(And to be clear --- the smaller of the two sets of foamies you include are size medium, yes?)
The foam tips make all the difference for me as well.
I'm considering seeing if I can find some double or Triple flanges to try with these. Wonder if that'll make much of a difference.
I like Shure's triple flange. You can also trim them down to a double as well. I use them all the time and they provide a perfect seal for me without irritation like foam can and don't mess with the frequency at all.
Comply 100 line will fit these.
I'm having an issue with my EDC3's where the casing on the right headphone falls apart constantly. I've tried logging support cases with optoma and massdrop but have heard nothing back. Can you help get this fixed?
Do the shire triple flange fit these?
They sure do. I actually trim the 3rd flange off since the Nuforce stem is just a wee bit shorter than the Shure.
Yes, those are the correct ones. A little tip: when they start to lose shape, flip the flanges inside out and they should return to normal shape after a while. When they stop doing that that means it's time for a fresh pair.
Thanks for the tips (haha!) :)