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Noob: Good quality IEM's make for a restless listening experience.

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Still a noob...but I've been noticing that I always monkey with EQ'ing now that I have decent IEM's. I like to get the best out of whatever song I'm listening to. I listen to many genre's and skip around. Never usually listen to the whole album.

 

I'll EQ it for the Axel F. theme...then I have to change it when Alison Iraheta comes on...only to change again for Russ Freeman and the Rippingtons...etc...

 

Heck...there are some artists that I just don't listen to anymore b/c the song is painful to listen to. I used to like them when I was wearing $20 IEM's

 

Are you all plagued with this affliction or do you set it and forget it and put up with the shortcomings of one song to avoid the pain from another?

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Yeah, I find myself switching phones for different music.  RIght now I'm rotating Senn PX 100, Koss Portapro, Shure e2c and Mee M6 trying to figure out what I prefer in a phone. 

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