Sorry if this belongs in a different forum, like accessories or something. It’s about in ear monitors. I have been researching and wanting to invest in a nice setup for awhile, but every thread I’ve found here is, “best on a budget,” or, “as cheap as humanly possible,” or, “for around $200.” My budget is $500-$1,500 and I want something nice with plenty of low end. I don’t need the best of the best, I just really like quality audio. My whole band uses IEM except for me. Last night I finally got to try a pair of universal-fit, dual driver Audio Technica IEMs at rehearsal. I loved them. I’m going to be borrowing these until I get my own custom IEM setup this summer. I’m also borrowing a behringer wired pack that’s kinda big and clunky, but works well. I’d like to find a smaller wired pack if possible. Ultimately I’m looking for something with good isolation and really nice lows. Desired specs: Custom fit 3 or more drivers Wired amp/belt pack (no wireless) Band: Rock/funk/soul/pop 6 piece (three vocals, electric guitar, keys with huge leslie cabinet pumping out competitive lows on stage right next to me, sax and sometimes trumpet, bass, pretty loud drummer on my other side) X32 mixer where we each get a stereo IEM mix/two XLR aux sends. Edit: I use effects pedals, including two octavers (OC-2, Octavbre). So I would like to enjoy the sub bass frequencies. Edit: Each band member is an audiophile geek, so all of their instruments sound amazing. I want to capture that high-quality in my IEM I’m looking at the Ultimate Ears UE6 and UE11, as well as 64 Audio’s A4t and A6t. Will 3 drivers be enough? Is it worth going from $700 to $1200 for an extra driver or two or three? What IEM setup do you use to get a great bass sound? Are there other IEM companies that rival the two I mentioned? Thanks in advance!