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 Ha ha, I have the same experience with the cleaning crew's vacuum when using the IT03...
I've had the IT03 almost 2 months now, and I continue to be highly impressed by it. The sound quality produced by this modestly priced IEM has caused me to sell my two uber high priced IEMs. Recently I had a chance to listen to a nice selection of some of the best IEMs on the market in Hong Kong, at Jaben and Mingo. This includes: AKT8iE Mk2, Oriolus, Campfire Vega, Kumitate Trio, Roxanne II, Tralucent 1Plus2.2, Fostex TE100, and LivezoneR41 LZ12 (universal).    The only...
  Selling my Fidue A91 Sirius, with still fairly minimal hours. It's in near perfect condition cosmetically, and functions as new from the factory (with some burn in/usage time of course). It comes with all original accessories, protective case, and packaging.  Price includes Paypal / shipping for continental US only.       **sold**    Low ball offers will be ignored.
 Oh jeez -- I can see that now I'm going to have to pick up the Vega to go along with the IT03... thanks for the future hit my wallet is gonna take.  
I use UE900 tips pushed all the way down on the nozzle. It's another short wide bore single flange, so I think I'm getting the same benefit. Regardless of this I do still hear a slight thinness in the mids. The UE tips did help though for sure, pushed all the way down.
 I think what you are noticing is a slight thinness in the mids, and that is the one minor critique I have on the IT03 as well. The midrange is just not as rich and full as the Andromeda I used to have, or the A91 Sirius I do currently. Everything else is truly stellar, but there's just something slightly thin in the midrange band. If that fullness was there, it would be practically a perfect IEM. 
I'm totally going to get the DX200 to match up with the IT03 IEM iBasso released... I imagine that would be a great pairing.
I get the same results with Comply tips... destroy the fidelity and a total no go.
    Followed suit and tried the stock tips w/short length and wide bore, shoved all the way down as both suggestions here (normally just bypass an IEM's stock tips, figuring I've got other options which always prove to work out better).... wow, really takes this IEM to a whole new level. I used to think the midrange was a bit thin and slightly pulled back, but now it's much more full bodied, lifelike and rich. This is really something else to hear this much difference....
Yep, sure am using it with the ZX2.... 
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