Hmm alright, thanks for the info. However, I think I am not understanding correctly. Are you saying that if your iPhone was in the vicinity of your D3 Python, it was making it staticy? I really have started to like the D3 Python, but if I really cant use it with my iPhone, it is not going to work lol. Is the issue just if the iPhone is laying on top of the amp?
I looked at the Nuforce, and it seems like a good mobile amp, but I am a little weary of it being a decent desktop amp also.
I also took a look at the Raptor, but I couldnt find it for under $400? Is that correct? I am looking for quality, but I would prefer to keep it under $250, 300 max. I am not quite addicted heroine-style yet.
I did not own an iPhone when I borrowed the 2MOVE for my review, so I don't know how it will behave, but it was good and in your price range. So far the Predator, Pico, Nuforce and Practical Devices XM5 work with the iPhone using the EM blocking card. The XM5 is a good amp, and price varies between $245 and $325 depending on the options. It is closer to the D3 and Pico sound, while the Nuforce is closer to the 2MOVE sound.
The worst offenders for iPhone buzz have been my iBasso D3, followed by D2 Viper and then the D2 Boa. I have not been able to test my vividaudiotech V1, Headsix, Lyrix or TTVJ Millett with iPhone yet.