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Patrick_Nage
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Oct 27, 2018
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Orignally i wanted to give four stars. I will just list my pros and cons: Pros
  • Sound is well balanced. Not like the cheap one's you find in every store which focus on ugly highs and weird bass. It might target audiophile ppl on a budget
  • durable. Comes with 2 cables and the one i use didn't break yet.
Cons
  • Don't like the cable itself since it is writhing weirdly all the time. But you have that problem with pretty much every cable which you have to wind up.
  • The drivers are loose as hell. At least one of my 2 drivers ... I almost lost it 2 times. Don't run with it when it's not in your ear since the connection to the cable is not perfect. It might be a faulty model but since it is only connected via two pins it's no wonder that it came off so easily.
Conclusion: They're really not bad for the money. But as an audiophile i would like to have my shure 535 back since i really enjoyed the awesome highs. Looking forward to buy them as soon as they drop to 200 $. But be careful when considering buying the 535 since there are a lot of fake versions of the "red" models and you have also to consider that you have to be careful with the cable since it costs you at least 50 $ to properly replace that cable. I haven't done anything wrong by buying the nuforce EDC 3. I just want to have something better. It's always like that, isn't it? Hope this helps!
Oct 27, 2018
Patrick_Nage
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Jun 12, 2019
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So after 33 Weeks one of them broke. When you disconnect the cable from the earphones you'll see the connectors. Within the earphones there is one connection which broke. Unfortunately it is no broken cable... it is rlly the earphones... so there is no option to repair them.
Jun 12, 2019
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