I just broke the jack on my current headphones (A161P) when the cable got caught up on something as I was sitting down, so I figured I could maybe try something new when I replace them. I like the A161P's fairly well, though I sometimes wish for a bit more bass. I also have some trouble with wax buildup in the drivers since there is no removable filter, and given how this pair broke, having a modular cable wouldn't be a bad thing either.
I was thinking about just getting another pair of A161P's, but started poking around a bit and started thinking about the T-Peos H-200, though I can't seem to find anywhere to order them. I've owned a number of IEMs in the past. pre-Logitech UE Super.fi 5 Pros which I liked, a couple pairs of TS02+mic that I liked, a pair of HiFiMan phones that I was fine with audio quality but had terrible quality and customer service problems with, and a smattering of others that I bought mainly for sports use.
I listen to lots of techdeth and other things that have lots of overlapping and tight instrumentation, so it's important to me that my headphones do not suffer from muddiness or extended fall-off. I like a fairly neutral sound signature, but a little coloration is ok.
tl;dr requirements list:
sub-$250 (as sub- as possible)
mic (in line controls that are Android compatible; I have a Nexus 5)
responsive, tight, accurate sound reproduction
neutral sound signature
detachable cables and removable/cleanable driver filters are a plus
Any suggestions would be appreciated.