Music, tech, humankind curious, optimists and nice people.
Being honest, my most used sources are Xiaomi RedMI Note 5 (tuned by Dirac and amped with tas2557 mono amp) and Radsone ES100 balanced.
A lot of them. Currently using 7N balanced UPOCC litz cable (mixed copper and silver plated copper)
Near all the good music (and a bit piece of not so good xD). Very eclectic.
Getting to the point, I like to feel the bass, not only to hear it in all my gear (I tolerate better excess than lack of it, but like defined notes and don't think I'm bery asshead). I like air and definition in the highs a lot too. Like defined, forwarded and neutral mids (not too thick, not too thin). Love space feeling, separation and a good positioning of every sound, but timbre is, for me, at least as important as all these things. Love when instrument and voices sound as they're supposed to sound with realism. Like detailed textures and microdetails too, and that is not easy (cheap) to feed with good gear. With years passing, discovered myself listening to music a lot doing 'zooms' on the desired voice/instrument/sound and trying to perceive it the best I am able to, but apparently opposed to this, don't like at all pure analytical stuff becasue I listen a lot to metal/rock (most of the time at high volumes).
BTW I've been fully in love with the NCM NC5v2 thanks to a bit of EQ and good cable and now I'm waiting for higher NCM model, the Bellas! And those do all stated things pretty well at least, so only will look to other IEMs for a real and big improvement or out of curiosity. In fact, I proudly own a good and varied collection under 200€, plus few higher models, but ended using most of them only to reset and compare from time to time, or when in need for something different.