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Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System   

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A range of over 250' makes the Nady E03 in-ear personal monitor system suitable for playing small clubs or large theaters. Includes earbuds, one wire...Click To Read More About This Product

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Offers singers and players a custom listening environment anywhere in the venue!

A range of over 250' makes the Nady E03 in-ear personal monitor system suitable for playing small clubs or large theaters. Includes earbuds, one wireless transmitter, one portable, pocket-sized receiver operating on one of eight factory-switchable channels that won't interfere with VHF or UHF mics on the same stage. One transmitter can provide audio mix for any number of stage performers on the same channel. Powered by a 9V alkaline or rechargeable battery.

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Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.


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NadyE03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System
 
2.9

(based on 47 reviews)

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Nady E03 review

When i first got this kit I was dissapointed! very compressed sound not enough output and alot of hiss.I am sure that nady cut output to discourage hearing loss.Now for the good part I...Read complete review

When i first got this kit I was dissapointed! very compressed sound not enough output and alot of hiss.I am sure that nady cut output to discourage hearing loss.Now for the good part I discovered a mod to solve all problems except hiss.1st-remove cover 4 screws on bottom2nd-locate trim pot (round silver pot with slot in it)turn trim pot to 3:00 position approx.DONT FORCE!!!!!3rd-locate dip switch with #s 1-8 on it push #4 switch up4th-reassemble and enjoyThe trim pot mod increases output and dip mod removes compression.this mod turns an ok unit into a monster.The only way to get rid of hiss is with an eq or when the music starts you wont notice it anymore.

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DO NOT BUY

Do not buy it has a hiss terible sounding please buy something other than Nady I returned and then bought a galxy audio as900 which is well worth the money bottom line DO NOT...Read complete review

Do not buy it has a hiss terible sounding please buy something other than Nady I returned and then bought a galxy audio as900 which is well worth the money bottom line DO NOT BUY!

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(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nady E03 review

By iansmith6041

from bancroft ontario

Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

When i first got this kit I was dissapointed! very compressed sound not enough output and alot of hiss.I am sure that nady cut output to discourage hearing loss.Now for the good part I discovered a mod to solve all problems except hiss.1st-remove cover 4 screws on bottom2nd-locate trim pot (round silver pot with slot in it)turn trim pot to 3:00 position approx.DONT FORCE!!!!!3rd-locate dip switch with #s 1-8 on it push #4 switch up4th-reassemble and enjoyThe trim pot mod increases output and dip mod removes compression.this mod turns an ok unit into a monster.The only way to get rid of hiss is with an eq or when the music starts you wont notice it anymore.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Adequate Quality and Affordable

By Cliff

from Cincinnati

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Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

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These in-ear montors have excellent distance range and are easy to use. I've used these for two years in a hard rock band and now in a soul band. They are great for monitoring vocals and for hearing the guitar and keys more clearly. I'm a keyboard player and need to hear my subtle tones. We transmit a stage mix through one EO3 transmitter, predominantly vocals. So, to hear my keyboard better I take a line back from my keyboard output DI and a line in from my EO3 reciever and mix these into a mini-mixer. I then take the output from the mini-mixer to my 'ear buds' (I use Alien Ears). Guitarists and drummers typically use these in only one ear to get the vocals and hear some keys. They then use their other ear (open) to hear their stage amp. These monitors don't transmit low end well, so don't use for bass and drums. You can hear the bass and drums ok, without putting them through the in-ears. Battery life is good - they usually last two or three gigs. That's playing three one hour sets per gig. Just remember to turn the recievers off between sets. These monitors are far better than using stage monitor speakers. You hear better and reduce unwanted stage noise making for a much better in-house sound. The EO3's are mono - so you'll need an adaptor to use with stereo ear-buds or headphones.
I've never experienced any reliability issues. Battery mode of failure is recieving more static than normal - replace the batteries. In bars and clubs you will experience some static. I suspect this is regardless of make of the in-ear monitor system. Some places have more 'noisy' appliances and lighting. Try to keep the transmitter at least 10 feet from the recievers.
I'm sure you can get better monitors that these. But nowhere near this price. And the quality is adequate for most situations. Far exceeds stage monitor speakers unless you really need good bottom end.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Decent unit for the money

By Jim O'Neill

from Fort McMurray, Canada

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Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

I'm from a generation where monitors for a bar band was the echo from the back wall. Eventually moved up to stage monitors, and just bought the EO3 to use in a solo show. I've been rehearsing with it and it seems fine. No problem with volume as some have stated - but I haven't used it in a band situation yet. The included headphones are terrible, but I noticed a significant improvement with just a cheap ($15) set of MP3-player buds. No problem with buzzing as some have noted. There is a hiss, but it's drowned out as soon as the music starts. My purpose for a monitor is to hear myself sing. The mix is different than the front mix anyway, and quality doesn't really matter as long as I can hear myself. This unit does that. Overall, I'm satisfied. It works as well as a powered monitor speaker, costs about the same, but is a lot easier to lug around. Have to note this - I ***AM*** impressed with Musician's Friend on the delivery. It arrived a full week earlier than I expected on a delivery to Canada.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

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By fccworship

from Fowler, Indiana

Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

We have used this system with seven receivers for 8 months now. A few points after working with this system.1. The mods that are stated elsewhere do make a nice difference2. There is static especially if there is no input coming thru the system3. Sometimes for no reason the system will have more static than it does at other times for no apparent reason.4. Try different inputs. Plugging into our monitor out created more problems than did plugging it into an AUX out.5. In every application the gain will need to be adjusted for that setting.It isn't the best system, but I believe that it is more than worth the money that we paid for it. We are in a small church of 200 people and not having the stage volume is a blessing. Get better ear buds and you can have a good system for FAR less.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Nady E03 in-Ear Personal Monitor System is a complete waste of money

By Kevin Beares

from Washington

Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

A complete waste of your money. I only hope I can get a full refund.
You can't adjust frequencies. It is a mono system. The ear phones are weak. The limited output makes the system useless if you have any instruments playing in the background.
I plugged the earphones into the generic ear buds and the ear phone broke off rendering the ear phones useless. It is basically made with the cheapest material on the planet. Sound quality is absolutely horrible. Did I mention it is mono requiring mono ear phone plug.
For what the system is supposed to be used for, I can't see how it even meets the minimum bar of producing enough sound to your ear to provide the audio feedback you need to sing.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

DO NOT BUY

By OnlyFromOhio

from Ohio

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      Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

      Do not buy it has a hiss terible sounding please buy something other than Nady I returned and then bought a galxy audio as900 which is well worth the money bottom line DO NOT BUY!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great for the Money!

      By Details_At_Eleven_Drummer

      from Toronto, Ontaio, Canada

      Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

      Bought this thing with 5 receivers about 4 months ago for our rock band. For the money, it's the best thing you could ever purchase as a band! Sure their are some down sides (Ear buds suck, can't change channels, signal is mono, not rack mountable, etc), but all in all it's a pretty solid unit. I will say that their is A LOT of white noise, but I HAVE THE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM... Buy an EQ!! I run a 32 band (little excessive) EQ, and once I dialed that thing in, I DRASTICALLY improved the sound! I basically just killed a lot of the highs and boosted some of the mids and lows, but just be careful not to overdrive the input. I ran a CD through my mixer and then into the Nady to get a fairly consistent source to dial it up. Once I accomplished that, I did a little tweaking for our live stuff.I also run Shure E2 earbuds with them and that makes a huge difference as well.Don't get me wrong, this isn't a Shure, but for the money I spent on it compared to carrying my floor wedges to a venue, it's paid for itself!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great product

      By Tony Moreno

      from Honduras

      Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

      These monitors purchased and the price are excellent Uses in my church, live concerts and sound very well If you need to buy some earpiece with better sound I recommend Sony. Another weakness is a little noise but that is Not really that important. Actually if they work well.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      For the price, can't beat it

      By Engnrguy7

      from Providence, RI

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      Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

      I just bought one of these and an extra receiver. This thing works great after you toss the stock ear buds, and make the mod mentioned in a few reviews.I used Sony 7506's, some Sony ear buds, and different cheapo headsets and they all sounded fine after the mod. The "hum" is barely noticeable, even in a good set of studio cans. Perhaps others have used less then quality headphones/buds with this unit.These are well well worth it for the price you pay.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      you get more than what you pay for

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Nady E03 In-Ear Personal Monitor System:

      this does NOT sound like it's priced, but it's worth the couple hundred dollars. I run it through my board. Keeping the signal wide open if you run it through it's own aux channel is fine, it's very loud that way. I followed the advice of one reviewer's posting to remove the compression.remove the cover on the transmitter and push the #4 pin up on the board. Ditch the headphones that come with it and get some different ones, you need a mono to stereo adapter for this, and use an EQ to cut out the hiss but adjust the band only below the 0 line or you will overdrive the input and get distortion.

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