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Trying to enter portable Hifi

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Hi;

     Now that I got my home desktop rig all setup, trying to revise my portable to go setups.  Planning to pick up one of the new Sony DAP with a LOD to use with an amp.  I primarily use IEMs on the go and own the Shure EC5, SE530, SE535, and the Westone 4R.  Which amp should I really be looking at?  Not really limited by price but stuff like the MKIII doesn't seem like a good match since they're much more suited for cans.  Hopefully some of the portable gurus can chime in, portability and built is high on priority since this is a to go setup.  If it gets too overbearing, I might just stick with the standard output of the Sony DAP but I know I can see more of these IEM's potentials if I run with an amp.  Thanks in advance for people's time and help with this.

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i use the JDS Labs C421 AD8620 and higly recommend it with the Shure SE535

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Thanks, that looks like a pretty solid value choice.  I am leaning toward the pico slim from the things I'm reading (over the HE Arrow 4g).  Anyone have experience with these IEMs with the Pico Slim and could chime in?  I'd love to hear what you guys think.  Thanks.
 

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