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 I own the Superlux HD660, guess it's the closed version of the HD330.Assuming the stuff I did not like about the HD660 apply to the HD330.The head clamping it tight, replacing the stock ear pads with some used Beyerdynamic EDT770 V Velour ear pads, helped with comfort and tightness of clamping.The coiled cable is too stiff, does not like to be stretched out much. In general the HD660 offered great audio quality, for it's price, assume the HD330 is the same. I would try to...
 Does the headphone amplifier need to be portable, as you want to use the amp with your Redmi Note 4?
"HD 600 speakers"? Sorry, I've only heard of the Sennheiser HD600 headphones.
Currently very happy with my Beyer T90 :)
 Use one of the other PCI-E slot for the sound card.The SB-Z can be plugged into a PCI-E 1X or 4X or 8X or 16X slot. Also if your using the S/PDIF optical output of the card, the EMI shield is not needed.EMI shield protects the analog parts of the card and your only going to be using the digital part.
Why not plug the headphones into whatever source you use with the A5+?
 If you go with an (optical input) DAC, then buy a used Sound Blaster Z sound card.
Darkvoice 336SE tube headphone amplifier, $214-$250 https://www.massdrop.com/buy/dark-voice-366se
 By "processed signal", I'm assuming you mean headphone surround sound.Just about any modern sound card can send headphone surround sound out it's S/PDIF (optical or coaxial) jack.
 Did you disable the motherboard's on-board audio, in the BIOS, when you installed the Xonar DGX?Have you tried the Unified Xonar Drivers?http://maxedtech.com/asus-xonar-unified-drivers/ Try setting the headphone amplifier gain to a higher setting.
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