You could use
tee and process substitution to output to multiple disks e.g.
dd if=masi.img | tee >(dd of=/dev/disk2) >(dd of=/dev/disk3) | dd of=/dev/disk4
dcfldd which is some enhanced version of
gnu dd and it can output to multiple files or disks at the same time:
dcfldd if=masi.img of=/dev/disk2 of=/dev/disk3 of=/dev/disk4