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What is your over all budget for the external DAC/headphone amplifier and speakers (2.0 or 2.1)? we can assume your located in Germany?   If I had a budget for around 300 Euros for a 2.0 studio monitor setup. I would be checking out the JBL LSR305 studio monitors. http://www.thomann.de/gb/jbl_lsr_305.htm   For the external DAC/amp. Get a Sound blaster Z sound card (OEM is fine) and an external DAC with optical input. And a headphone amplifier that also comes with...
Check out the Soundmagic HP200 headphones. Might also ask here about headphones for FPS gaming. http://www.head-fi.org/t/534479/mad-lust-envys-headphone-gaming-guide-3-18-2016-mrspeakers-ether-c-1-1-added/35700
 What program(s) do you use to play audio files?That might be holding the Burson from bring out it's best. Me, I like to use Foobar2000 for music audio.
 Regular CD-Audio is 16-bit/44.1K and any mp3 (320k) or FLAC made from that source will not really need to be any higher then 16-bit/44.1K.So can't really see you having a need for a DAC that can do 64-bit/384K
 USB DAC do not come with analog inputs, guess what your looking for is an Audio Interface or external sound card.Guessing an Audio Interface (with it's software) is more likely to have more of the features your looking for.http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?ipp=100&Ns=p_PRICE_2%7c0&ci=14834&setNs=p_PRICE_2%7c0&N=4294550051&srtclk=sort
 So from amplifier to speaker, your connecting (positive) red to red and (ground) black to black.Maybe trim a little more insulation off each of the wire ends? Assuming it was a speaker issue, like one of the speakers was defective, you should at least get audio from one of the speakers.So I'm guessing the amplifier is defective.
Did you disable the motherboard's on-board audio, in the BIOS, when you installed the SB-ZxR? Did you set the SB-ZxR's control panel to 2-channel speaker audio?
 I have the Gemini HSR-1000, which is really just the HyperX Cloud without the mic.To me the Gemini HSR-1000 is about the best headphone you could get, for under $100.If Sony put their name on the HSR-1000, guessing they could easily sell for $125-$150.
You should be able to find a decent headphone case, for the K550, for $25-$30, on eBay.
Guess you could say Beats are over priced for the audio quality you get. I would consider Soundmagic HP150 headphones a better value.
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