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You have every reason to be excited, and let us know what you think. Congratulations! 
Thanks for the encouragement and I hope you're right. My cold is on its way to slow and when I tried today I passed the 8.5, 9 and 10 kHz a couple of times, but at 11 kHz it was a grinding halt. Like I said I'll try again when I am fully recovered, but I actually have no great hope of success because I can not actually hear sine waves above about 11 kHz, which is age-related. I really wonder how I did this a month ago. I can not recall that I then thought it was...
Tried this again. However, this time around, and to my surprise, the “Treble Cut-off frequency” challenge seems absolutely impossible. I can identify the first cut-off at 8.5 kHz, but the second step at 9 kHz is a “brick wall”. It would seem I’ve lost some of my treble hearing ability. It could be age, or it could be I’ve had a bad cold for almost a moth. For some reason I expect age. Anyway, I’ll give it another try once I feel perfectly healthy again. It does bother me. 
You just got to give me some details, please! I just can't believe in cables (wish I could) and consequently never tried it. I wish as was wrong though as anything that is able to improve SQ is more than welcome. Now, I'm just assuming your jaw dropped on the floor because you were impressed? Or, was it the other way around?
So, I've placed an order for the JDS OBJECTIVE2. What I expect, pray and hope for is that it will enable me to adjust the volume of the sound that comes straight out of my CLAS -dB DAC into my 334. If it works it'll be a dream come true. Anyway, and as "they" say, if anything sounds too good to be true, chances are it isn't it. Well, we'll see...
Yes, the HD 650 and the 627X match very well, at least in my book. No problem whatsoever driving the 300 Ohm HD 650.
Thanks! Well, according to this review it is "dead silent", so I guess there shouldn't be much to worry about...  [[SPOILER]]
The ODAC/O2 looks very interesting! What about hiss with the 334? Thanks!
Well I’m definitely not saying CIEMs are a bad thing by definition, but considering all CIEM hype that’s been going on for such a long time I think some counterweight is beneficial. Based on my personal experience I believe UIEMs would be the best solution for most people, also considering a substantially higher resale value. Conversely, for those having trouble with UIEMs for one or another reason or suspect they don’t get the best possible sound because of their anatomy...
Well that's a good point well worth to consider. I have no experience of silicone CIEMs myself, but I would expect them to be better in this respect. However, wise from many funny conclusions I've made about sound gear in the past  I wouldn't make the investment without some additional research...
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