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Take a look here for the best IEM information around: http://www.head-fi.org/t/478568/multi-iem-review-297-iems-compared-steelseries-flux-in-ear-flux-in-ear-pro-added-09-25-13-p-772
You can jump to the bottom of the first page for a summary table of ratings and prices and then read the specific review details on any that sound like they fit the bill for you.
Try checking out the following iems:
- Rockit sound R-50
- Vsonic GR07BE
- T-Peos H-100/ H-200
- TDK BA200
all of them are highly rated or check this link:
Edited by zamorin - 10/3/13 at 4:45am
This may be a dumb question but would a portable amp help them sound better or louder? I had a fiio one but I seem to haveisplaced it was thinking bout getting one of their better ones but if there's no need for it then i won't get it. And would if be wise to get after market tips? Do they help with sound or isolation? Because the sanheiser ones I have I can hardly hear anything especially when my volume is at least half way
What source are you using it with? The source will play a big part in whether or not an amp is of value.
As for tips, the selection provided with my HiFiMans was always good and I often find tip selection tricky. Isolation is not amazing because of the tiny vents required for dynamic drivers, but I never have any problems with the Re272s even on loud public transport. Once the music is on, their isolation seems to be sufficient.
In that case, an amp and line-out adapter would be a great option. The iPods are good, but you'll hear a significant improvement from an amp.