GS3000e Mahogany Wood Cup with MMCX Connector DIY Kit

(2 customer reviews)

$78.00$118.00

Specification

  • 2 X EDL GS3000e compatible Mahogany Wood Cups with MMCX and holders pre-installed
  • 2 X 3D printed front covers – please specify the size 
  • (Optional) Earpad kit include 2 X G/L/S Cushions
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Description

This is a pair of Mahogany wood cups built by Earphone DIY Labs inspired by Grado GS3000e, a $1,400 premium price product. MMCX connectors are pre-installed per requested by DIY communities to make Grado headphones support detachable cables. DIYers can easily replace broken cables or try different cables to optimize the sound character.

Note this is a DIY shell kit including wood cups, front cover and bracket as shown in above pics, drivers and headband are NOT included.

  • Elegant, Grado GS3000e compatible cups cut by high-precision CNC lathe from large chunk of maple with laser printed characters.
  • Grado compatible cup holders (brackets) are made of high quality stainless steel, with 2 color options: black or silver 
  • High quality Grado G/S/L cushions 
  • Compatible with all 40/44/50mm headphone drivers

Question about shipping? View shipping service. Want more custom options? Ping us on service@earphonediylabs.com

Know about Grado Labs GS3000e

Grado Labs GS2000e got 5/5 all star rating on AV Forums:

The Grado GS2000e is a full size, open back home headphone and the larger of the two members of the Statement Series which itself is only below the Professional Series in the product hierarchy. The principles that it works to are extremely similar to other Grado models, but by the time you reach this price point, they can be honed and refined to the exact direction that the company wants to, with far fewer of the compromises that creep in at lower price points.

What’s in the package

The DIY kit is pre-assembled as displayed in the product pics, including:

  • 2 X EDL GS3000e Mahogany wood cups with MMCX connectors pre-installed
  • 2 X GS3000e cup holders (brackets) in black or silver pre-installed with the cups
  • 2 X front covers (driver housing) supporting 40/44/50mm drivers, 3D printed with highly durable engineering plastic 
  • (optional) Earpad kit including 2 X G-Cushions, 2 X S-Cushions and 2 X L-Cushions
  • (optional) MMCX cable with 6N OFC, silver plated, 8 cores hi-end cable, carbon fiber enhanced 3.5mm jack and Y splitter

Headphone shell and cables

The wood cups, pre-installed with the brackets and MMCX connectors.

The wood cups and front cover (3D printed, support 40~50mm drivers) 

The cup holders made of stainless steel, painted in black or not printed. 

Hi-end 6N OFC, 8core cable with carbon-fiber enhanced jacks and spliters 

DIY suggestions

Please refer to EDL GS3000e DIY Kit for tutorials how to build with this kit.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 35 × 20 × 15 cm
Front cover size (your driver outer diameter) options

40mm, 44-45mm, 50mm

Cup holder color

Black, Silver

Choose an Earpad kit

No need, thanks, S/G/L Cushion Kit

Choose a Cable

6N OFC cable with 3.5mm jack, No cable

2 reviews for GS3000e Mahogany Wood Cup with MMCX Connector DIY Kit

  1. Stephen (verified owner)

    Just finished building these and I’m impressed. Took me no longer than 30mins to get these soldered, dry fit, and assembled. I’m going to glue them after I confirm they’re working as expected.

    I’m not an audio tech or anything like that so I can’t comment on the sound profile beyond saying they sound amazing to me. I had a pair of Grado SR125s back in the day and these sound better. I don’t know if I could quantify the better. I’m using the G pads, and the artificial leather headband.

    I took a star away as I had to fix the MMCX connector on one of the cups. It was mounted far too close to the wood and wouldn’t allow the cable connector to connect correctly. A little bit of gentle sanding and an exacto knife later, it’s connected. Just adding an extra mm of clearance would make all the difference.

  2. Earphone DIY Labs Service team

    Thanks Stephen, glad to hear your building went well.
    For the comparison between GS3000e and SR125s, they do have measurable difference which we’ll publish the frequency responses for DIYer reference, and both are legacy “Grado sound”.
    And appreciate for pointing out the issue of MMCX, the root cause could be the cable being a little bit short, which we will fix ASAP.

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