Are these comfortable?
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DJ1075
8
Jul 11, 2020
Very. I sleep with IEMs nightly. These stay in eight hours a night with no fatigue.
EdgeRunner
72
Aug 3, 2020
How does the size of these compare with the EDC3? Thanks
MattRG
36
Mar 8, 2020
I think so. But I had to find the right nozzle and that took some experimentation. Wore them for 2 hours straight yesterday while working and experienced no discomfort. Like all IEM's you have to find the right balance of tip size/comfort and proper seal. But once you get there they are very comfortable.
I dont find them to be. I have medium-small ear canals and find it difficult to get a deep enough/secure fit with how wide the nozzles are
CAL_08
61
Dec 16, 2019
Comfort will vary per person, but I find these incredibly comfortable for myself. I have smaller ear canals and use the included small tips and can wear these for hours at a time at work with no discomfort. They are very light weight so assuming they fit your ears well it's really all about finding the right tips from there.
Skitbraviking
3
Dec 14, 2019
I find them quite comfortable. Long usage, no discomfort. Exceptional, I would say.
BjornFjord
7
Dec 12, 2019
They're OK, it's fairly light and the housing fits into my ear fairly well. Not as comfortable as my Shure SE846. As always finding the right tips for your ear canal is the key both in terms of comfort and getting the proper seal. I find that after about an hour I have to remove them for a few minutes to rest my ears. A shorter period of time than I find for my other IEMs.
Agobodan
8
Dec 12, 2019
They are quite light and the housing shhould fit in most ears. Unfortunately for me, the nozzle is quite big, so even with the smalles tips I had a hard time getting them in comfortably. But that is a very individual thing. Apart from that lightweight dun compact design. The stock cable though is quite heavy, somewhat sticky and stiff. Another cable can help to make the fit even more comfortable around the ears.