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See More Reviews I have been using these for 2 weeks with the Brainwavz balanced MMCX cable linked below:
along with the Radsone ES100 linked below:
The headphones are exactly what I wanted. Not overwhelming bass, great separation, slightly out of head imaging, accurate highs, meaty mids. The Brainwavz cable pairs up perfectly, is thinner than the cable that came with, and are balanced. The ES100 works effortlessly to power these IEMs with ease. I mainly wanted a solution to have my phone cable free when using it and still be able to listen to music. I clip the ES100 on my beltloop and forget it's there.
Along with the PX, this set up is a dream set up for work, gym, travel, climbing, snowboarding, commuting, all for under $250. The only thing I would change is if I can somehow get the Shure Yellow foams to fit these, or something like it as I like those fitting in my ears better than the complys.
It took me a while to find an optimal solution for the PX, but I ultimately ended up where you are. I switched the cable for a balanced set which came with my FIIO F9 Pro's, and use the PX with my ES 100. After tip rolling on and off for months, I settled on bi-flange tips, which were ok I thought. Recently, however, I tried some Sony EP-EX10A replacement tips and magic happened, at least to my ears. Comfort went up several notches too. The Sony tips are no longer offered for sale, but Amazon is selling knockoffs here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AR0E2MY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00__o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I can't vouch for them, but just ordered some to try out with my P2's.
I will try those since they're not too expensive. I've been having some problems with the connector coming loose on one side of the cable...most likely due to the cable being a cheap cable. Currently looking for a better quality cable that isn't half the price of the headphone to fix the loose connection. It's like there's either $20 cables or $75 cables...why can't I find a $35 cable that has good QC? Like the stock Shure se215 stock cables, but balanced.