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Effect Audio Gaea

Original price $ 1,299.00 - Original price $ 1,299.00
Original price
$ 1,299.00
$ 1,299.00 - $ 1,299.00
Current price $ 1,299.00

Effect Audio X Elysian Acoustic Labs new GAEA Hybrid In Ear Monitor

In a pursuit of extraordinary experiences, Effect Audio has collaborated with Elysian Acoustics Labs to produce an innovative EA take on a hybrid In Ear Monitor.

 

Technical Specifications (IEM)

- 5 Drivers Hybrid In Ear Monitor (1 Dynamic Driver & 4 Balanced Armatures)

- 4-Ways Crossover system (1 DD x Low, 1 BA x Low-Mid, 1 BA x Mid-High,  2 BA x High )

- DiVe Pass II Dual Ventilation Technology* 

- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20KHz

- Impedance: 10 ohm @ 1khz

- Sensitivity: 102db/100mV @ 1khz

- THD ≤ 1%

- Proprietary mix for Internal wiring and stock cable by Effect Audio

- Aesthetics (Stablilised wood (wood + resin) for faceplate and cable accessories)

- Spin fit eartips

 

*This second generation of the DiVe Pass technology eliminates reverberation of the back chamber and provides optimal pressure relief in the front chamber thus reducing driver-flex issues from diaphragm compression. Full bass potential of the dynamic driver is unleashed due to better movement of the diaphragm.

 

Technical Specifications (Effect Audio Custom Cable)

- Selected Premium UP-OCC Copper Litz

- Selected Premium UP-OCC Silver Plated Copper Litz

- Proprietary Dual Geometric Design

- EPO* 24 AWG 4 Wires

- EA Ultra Flexi™ Insulation

- ConX ™  Ready with Pentaconn Ear Interchangeable Connector

- Rhodium Plated Brass Straight Type Plug

Customer Reviews

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Kevin S.
Love the Gaea

I agree with Guillermo, the mids and treble are some of the best I have heard as well. The bass is there but not as pronounced as the mids & treble which are the star of the show. I feel like it is a mini Anni (Annihilator 2021) to my ears. Which is one of the best IEM I have ever had a chance to own. The Gaea is close enough that I highly recommend it, and having an Elysian tuned IEM in your collection is always a good thing.

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Guillermo N.
Mother Earth Has A Heavenly, Airy Voice

I love these IEMs. I usually gravitate toward more laid back and warm sound signature but I chose to go for something new and exciting with the Gaea and boy did it it deliver. It's fast, aggressive, and oh my God does it sound good. My music taste leans heavily toward music with female vocals and I think this IEM truly excels at its presentation of them. It is a little leaner than some might like and the treble reaches a peak where it is almost too much, but by riding that line, it gives one of the best treble presentations I've heard in an IEM. One caveat to this is that if you care about bass rumble, don't bother with this IEM. The bass is there and it is good, but it is very quick and aggressive. As a result, you will not get the rumbly, guttural bass some of you might be after. Look to the Sony IER Z1R for that. However, if you can look past that or just don't really care for the rumbly bass, then this IEM is truly fantastic and gets a huge recommendation from me.

As a bonus, the IEM and cable are beautiful. The IEM looks chonky, but it is very lightweight and I've found it remarkably comfortable as someone who had to sell his Monarch MK2 and Moondrop Variations due to discomfort.