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I found the PM-3 to be a bit underwhelming when i first tried them. Then came the HA-2 amp and DAC which opened them up significantly. Now i'm sat here on my daily commute to work with the PM-3 being driven from The Bit Opus #1 DAP and they pair very well. If anyone on here gets a chance to hear this pairing do so. The highs are not lacking in the slightest, the lows are not boosted and are very tight and articulate. Next i need to make a balanced cable for this setup...
My iDAC2 + iPurifier2 review:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/ifi-micro-idac2-usb-dac-hp-amp/reviews/15464
my review is up, includes the iPurifier2:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/ifi-micro-idac2-usb-dac-hp-amp/reviews/15464
My iCAN SE review is up, love the amp:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/ifi-micro-ican-headphone-amplifier-special-edition/reviews/15463
My girlfriend still uses the pair used for this review. So they are definitely well built. You can get better sound for the price (soundmagic E80) but the MA-750 are still great IEM's for the price.
JDS Labs The Element should fit your needs nicely.
Review is up:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/the-bit-opus-1-digital-audio-player/reviews/15428
 I'm sorry but you simply cannot compare the Meze 99 to the T5p 2nd Generation, the T5p is far superior in every aspect. The Meze is not a bad headphone, but it is not great either, I don't find the fit very good and the sound is a little too dark and veiled in comparison. It sounds congested.The T5p 2nd Generation is open sounding, neutral, natural, detailed and very very pleasing to listen to. Also the finish of the T5p 2nd Generation is impeccable, the wood on the Meze...
 Great to see people still modding these, cheap and after a few mods very capable portable headphones :)
I have not heard any background noise with my in-earz IE-P350
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