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Headphone and IEM testing equipment

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I recently got a job as a field tester for a major headphone manufacturer and I need some recommendations on headphone amps and other testing IEM's and headphones for comparison. I already own some Beyer Dynamic DT770's, Ultimate Ears Super.Fi. 5 Pro's, Shure E115's, SkullCandy SK Pro's and SkullCandy Mix Masters. basically a bunch of pretty decent but lower end stuff. I've heard the Triple.Fi's 10's, but that's about as much experience I have with Entry to mid level IEM's. Any suggestions would really help.

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What are you going to be testing? What do you need out of equipment? Which equipment are you asking for recommendations on, specifically?
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At this point I can't disclose the brand of the equipment i'm testing, but the products are in-ears, ear buds and cans. They are all mostly low, to low/middle consumer grade products, I'm sure I won't need a headphone amp to power any of them, but i'd like to have one for a consistent approach, other than my computer and an iphone 4, 3g, nano etc. I know nothing about headphone amplifiers, other than a bunch of brands that were posted in this review : http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/440051/review-three-flagship-custom-iem-westone-es3x-vs-jerry-harvey-jh13pro-vs-ultimate-ears-ue11pro. I'm looking for one that is bang for the buck, with quality over power output and I'd like to know what people think of the Triple fi's and how they compare to Westone and Shure's.

 

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