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Massdrop x MEE Audio Pinnacle PX IEMs

Massdrop x MEE Audio Pinnacle PX IEMs

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Hey Everyone,

Thanks for your interest in the Massdrop x MEE Audio Pinnacle PX! This has been an exciting project to work on with the folks at MEE. With many of our partners, we have to spend a great deal of time explaining the audiophile community. First that it exists, second what it cares about (general terms), and third what specifically our audiophile community wants out of a product (as determined from activity on Massdrop and direct input from select community members). With MEE, they understood all of that right off the bat. Mike Jones and his team were excellent to work with, and the product is better for it.

The Pinnacle PX is based on the Pinnacle P1 (

What is the same?

The sound signature is the same as the P1. All the discussions around the P1's sound on Massdrop are very positive so no changes needed there.

The shape of the earpieces. You can wear these up over the ear or straight down, just like the original P1.

The material of the earpieces. The earpieces are still a Zinc alloy, no changes there.

What's different?

The finish on the ear pieces. The earpieces of the PX are finished in a cerakote pvd coating. This is a robust coating that is scratch-resistant (we understand these won't always be in the case).

The cables are much more robust. The cable itself is a higher gauge, but the connectors have also been reinforced internally and externally for a longer life and sweat resistance (these will do great at the gym).

The price, these are $113.99 shipped to your door in the united states with affordable shipping to all our international destinations.

Thanks for your interest! I'll be offline most of the holiday weekend but I'll do my best to get back to you in a timely fashion : )
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I bought my PX last October, but it seems today right after 4 months of verycareful and casual use, my cable stopped functioning properly, it cuts from the jack every time the cable moves a bit. What should be the procedure to claim warranty as I contacted Massdrop but have not got any replies yet. Thank you.
Why can not you ship to Japan?
If possible we would like shipping to Japan also correspond!!!
does this work from an iPhone 5s ?

if if you need an amp , what would be suitable?
I just received my PX via a Blue Box Drop. When used in my iPad Pro and Pixel 2 I have to max out volume to get to a good listening level. When amped with my Topping NX4 and Aune X1S the PX really shine.

So they'll probably be OK with an iPhone 5s but not great. If your looking for a portable Amp make sure you get something that supports iOS (assuming your using it with the 5s). At 50ohms the PX don't need a ton of power so any decent portable amp should get the job done. Another option is to get the P2 which is a lower impedance IEM and should be easier to drive via a 5s.
Really great IEMs, sound is clear and the low end is well balanced.

Although I am having an issue with my cable. There seems to be a connection problem at the 3.5mm jack. Now to have full sound I have to hold a slight pressure to the side on the 3.5mm jack. I have tested it with my G6, IPhone SE, desktop and laptop just to be sure that the problem wasn't on the devices side.
Hopefully I can get a replacement cable under the warranty quickly.

Still a great product!
Has the QC on these improved at all? Or the durability of the coating?
Well, mine are still in excellent shape.. But they are not my daily headset. My only issue is the connection in the 3.5 jack, so the fault is in the cable.. Not a big problem since you can just change it
How they compare with the EDC3?
hey guys,
how does this one compare to the NuForce HEM-2, I´m curious.
The Pinnacle P1 (which the PX is "based" on) is $129 (was $149 few days ago) with free shipping on
Wow, thanks guys. Almost got these until I read the comments here. Think I'll try my luck with the NU Force EDC's they have now for $99. They seem to be better built and the reviews are great for one's at their price. BTW, anyone here have those???
This is probably better than the EDC, the p1 used to cost about 160 usd.
From my experience with these, they are fragile but produce a very good quality sound. They initially sound soft but get better with time. For an iPhone, an Amp is essential as the output volume would be insufficient. Android phones should be able to drive these but getting an amp would unlock their potential.
I don't understand, will these work with my iPhone 7 using the lightning cable or not? Will it have full functionality including mic when using the lightning to 3.5mm dongle?
I need to have it up to around 70-80% volume for music to sound good on my iPhone 7 with the dongle. Meaning , I couldn’t really play music very quietly without a reduction in sound quality. Also iirc the mic worked fine with the dongle (I use other cable mostly).
Well, I'm pretty sure apple thought about it. See their old standard IEM work with the adaptor.
I've had them a week. The outer coating has already started to chip, unfortunately. They've been in pockets a bit but not much more. They don't seem to put out very much volume, either. The double flange tips have helped a little.
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What is ur package they come in with cardboard box?
Just got mine. I agree amp is needed.