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Massdrop x NuForce EDC In-Ear Monitors

Massdrop x NuForce EDC In-Ear Monitors

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I am pleased to announce that Massdrop X NuForce EDC has won The Absolute Sound´s Product of the Year 2017 award in earphone/IEM category!

"The Massdrop x NuForce EDC ranks as the most carefully designed and ruggedly built budget in-ear reviewer Steven Stone has seen. Its light weight, compact casing, interchangeable cables, and slightly dark but full range sonics combine to make it his best-buy in-ear monitor - and TAS´ Earphone of the Year. " - Steven Stone, The Absolute Sound (Ultimate Guide to Headphones and Personal Audio)

The Absolute Sound is one of the most respected and oldest Audiophile publications in the USA.
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Also on January issue that was published in December.

- Jyri/NuForce
Jyri
Well deserved as well; I've had these for about 5 months and they've been wonderful for me
Hey Everyone!
Here's a new in-ear monitor (IEM) from us that I'm really excited about. Something the audiophile community has requested for a long time: an inexpensive, removable cable IEM. While that might not sound exciting at first, it's the combination of features plus execution with attention to detail that is hard to find at a low price point. Most companies don’t set out with the clear intention of making the very best entry-level product. They start out with a high-end product and then whittle down features until they feel comfortable selling it for less. The result isn’t a holistically considered product but just a “low-end thing”.

There are a few community-favorite, great-sounding IEMs out there for under $100. The problem has been that if the cable breaks on your $40 "giant-killer" and you need to buy a new one...now it's an $80 IEM with the same risks. But, changing an existing favorite to have removable cables takes: new tooling/molds, reliable connectors, and can also change the sound (many IEMs have small housings and need to be made larger to accept removable connectors). After trying to improve some of the favorite low-cost IEMs, we opened up the search for a partner who understood what we were trying to do and could create a new product for us from the ground up.

There are a couple more requirements the community gave us for this project from all of your requests and feedback online:
-A lot of people like the option of a microphone cable, but some audiophiles swear the electronic circuit in the cable changes the sound. Needs to have a microphone cable AND a braided cable.
-Even some community-favorite, low priced IEMs can vary a lot between units. If you have to buy more than one unit to get the sound you want, the price increases. So the units have to be consistent to provide value. A requirement for the NuForce EDC is to be within +/-2 dB of left/right channel matching and from the frequency response target. This is being carefully worked on to scale with production.

NuForce is already known for having very comfortable IEMs. We were really happy that they were willing to work with Massdrop and the audiophile community to provide the above and tune an all-around fun, musical sound signature with clarity and bass that works for travel, gym, or quiet listening environments.

Just for fun. My first portable rig amp back in 2010 was...a NuForce!
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Hey gemmoglock,
Vansen has added you to the loaner list on SBAF. :)
CEE_TEE
Hello CEE_TEE that's awesome thanks so much for helping! :D
Put mine in to take a little nap at work (I listen to rain to drown out the other noise) and I could not get the right insert to seal. I mean, my right ear has the other ear shape and the IEM gets loose when I chew or talk, but this just wouldn't seal at all. After break, I had a look and found that the silicon tip had split on the barrel. Alas. Back to the foam tips.

I like to use the foam tips when I'm crabby and don't want to be bothered, but mostly I use the silicon tips so I can get them in and out faster without irritating my skin.

Any recommendations on replacement silicon tips? I've seen lots for foam, but not many for silicon.

Thanks!
Bought these 5 months ago, they were reliable for a while but then the right earbud suddenly died. I take good care of them and always use the case. Is there a warranty or refund available? No reason for a pair of IEMs to die after 5 months of moderate use, very disappointed.
My right side became loose after a couple of months use. I rarely use them too.

Not only it is loose, but when attached, it is very sensitive and only works at a certain angle.
here's what I wanna know: does these have good bass... i only need them for casual spotify commute uses so really the only things I need in them are good bass and non-muffled vocal. does anyone have a pair of those that can give me an answer? thanks!
HuaL
they're bass heavy
nahtee
thanks!
Had one, died yesterday. Lasted less than one year. Suddenly left earplug doesn't sound, and the right one, sounds distorted. Tried with my phone and with a laptop and the result is the same.
This item has any warranty?
jacchiar
same issue here except its my right one that died
i bought thsese but after a couple months the housing came of and now one earpiece is not working. how do i get an exchange
aboagye
I am having the same issue. Were you able to find a contact? My right earpiece stopped working completely.
How do I switch cables? Mine didn't come with a manual it seems...
Just joined the drop, so in a worst case scenario and I manage to break both cables, where do I get new ones?
Hi, just ordered the EDC IEM recently, and just received them in the post yesterday. However, I'm getting some serious buzzing noises coming through on the right side when I listen to anything. I've tried switching cables but the problem is still there. Who can I contact for support on this issue? Thanks!
X-va
Can you try different source? Its very unusual that there is a buzzing noise. Hard to say what could cause it.

If the noise is still there once you try different sources, please contact us directly so that we could help directly.
https://www.optoma.com/us/support/contact-us/

- Jyri/NuForce