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$200 and $300 to spend on a portable setup, what would you do?

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Hey all.  This is my first post here, and I'm totally new to audio devices and such, though I'm thinking of getting into it.  Right now I'm just looking at options for a portable setup so mp3 player and iems, and amp maybe?  I don't really have much to spend, and was wondering what route you guys would go if you only had $200 to spend on a full setup, and if thats not really possible, then $300, or maybe $350? As for what genres I'd listen to, it'd be nothing specific and just assume shuffle of every genre. Any suggestions would be welcome.

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The Hifiman 601 with Re-Zeros is a great set up for the money, and you shouldn't need an amp

 

It can be found here:  http://www.head-direct.com/product_detail.php?p=98

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The DAPs like S-Flo2, P3, Sony X series, Fuze and IEM like IE7, DBA02, Custom 3.............

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Thanks for the replies guys.  After a few hours of reading I went with the hifiman combo as both the dap and iems are rated quite well and it saves me from making 2 separate purchases. I am in canada though, so i dont know if they'll be sending it from their american store, or the asian one.

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Hope you enjoy it and welcome to head-fi

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