Custom IEM or Closed On Ear
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Hi everyone,
 
As of late my home rig, a LD MKIII with Sennheiser HD650's has been getting little use as I find myself doing work at the office and the library. I've been putting a lot of use into my IE7's. They are great but I've had them for the last 3 years and I think it's now time for an upgrade. I've also been listening to them for extended periods of time and have found them to get uncomfortable after a while.
 
So I'm looking to venture into the Custom IEM space. That being said, I'm also open to Closed On-ear. Right now I think custom IEM's make more sense seeing as they are so portable compared to closed on ear.
 
My budget is  ~$500. So anything I can find within that range that would sound great is awesome.
 
Listening varies from classical to anything from Rock to EDM. Basically I'm looking at a balanced IEM that'll suit most genres well.
 
Any suggestions?
 
Thanks!
 
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@ $500 1964-Q or Heir Audio 4.A
 
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1964 V3's might be a good bet, or Heir Audio 4.A/4.Ai. Possibly the 3.A/3.Ai as well.
 
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