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lonesome_rhodes
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Aug 2, 2018
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I dare you to find a better IEM for $100. As others have noted, the sound signature is decidedly on the natural, neutral end of the spectrum with excellently balanced mids and highs along with very musical bass, i.e., not a boomer but definitely well represented. A very fast attack from toms and kick drums, great vocals, especially female and an extended neutral top end add up to a very enjoyable listen that isn't at all fatiguing. I can listen to them for hours, even when using deep fitting triple flange silicone tips for the best seal in my odd shaped ear canals. Finally, I don't know how they do it with an IEM, but to my ears the EDC3s present quite an open sense of space and staging.
The folks at NuForce and Massdrop have produced a set of IEMs that hit a sweet spot between my warmish Shure SE425s and my extremely critical Etymotic ER4S's.
Aug 2, 2018
whsj
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Aug 4, 2018
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i totally agree with you, i love these things! could you please tell me the brand and model of the tips you’re using? i’d love to try out flanged tips!
Aug 4, 2018
lonesome_rhodes
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Aug 4, 2018
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I've been using the same tips I bought on Amazon for my Etymotic ER4S's. There are many, many versions on Amazon, just make sure you buy ones that are compatible with Shure SEs, Klipsch or Etymotic ER or HF series. The inside connection dia. should be less than 3.5 mm If you find or think you might not like a triple flange deep fitting ear tip (they're not for everyone,) try the dual flange tips. Here are links to some of both by Earphones Plus on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007X8LH4A/ref=s9_dcacsd_dcoop_bw_c_x_7_w https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007X8LH5Y/ref=psdc_13880181_t5_B00F4L1AF4
Aug 4, 2018
whsj
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Aug 10, 2018
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cool!! thank you so much, i appreciate all of this info. :+)
Aug 10, 2018
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