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 You can get a 14 inch high table at Ikea, for $10, for the Denon.
I'm sure i would get the Bottlehead Crack, for driving headphones like the 300-Ohm HD600.
 Used ($50?) Asus Xonar DX or D1 sound card (for the DAC feature)Bravo Ocean tube headphone amplifier ($120).Basic speaker amplifier ($30-$50, Parts-Express). Maybe the (Massdrop) AKG K7XX headphones, I prefer them over my DT990 Premium 600-Ohm.
FiiO Q1 There is also the FiiO E10K or Schiit Fulla. Maybe the FiiO K1?   If your into FPS gaming, maybe get the Creative Labs Sound Blaster Z sound card.
The sub-woofer does not have any amplified speaker outputs, so it can't drive speakers. You might be able to hook a small speaker amplifier between the sub-woofer's line-outputs and whatever un-powered speakers (Klipsch?) you might get. Here are some smaller amplifiers. https://www.parts-express.com/cat/home-audio-amplifiers/106   So you would just run a cable from the motherboard's on-board audio's Front Speaker jack, to the line-outputs, on the sub-woofer.
 My gut says to take the ATH-MSR7.The 35-Ohm MSR7 is much easier to drive then the 80-Ohm DT770.Guess I prefer a more refined bass, over the DT770 loud thumping bass.
Guessing if you got the Crackhead, you would want to spend at least $100 for a DAC (Schiit Modi).
 The Philips Fidelio X2 gets a lot of good feedback.
 The OPA627 is single channel and the op-amp slots on the STX are dual channel (DIP-8).So you need to buy two OPA627 mounted on a dual SOIC to DIP-8 adapter.http://www.ebay.com/itm/1PCS-Dual-to-Mono-OPA627AU-replace-OPA2604-NE5532-TL072-/322009971077?hash=item4af94a3985:m:mfUx45UrqIzwhIMdY5Do66Q The LME49990http://www.ebay.com/itm/1PCS-Dual-to-Mono-LME49990MA-2PCS-installed-on-1pcs-Dual-to-Mono-OPamp-PCB-/272086115306?hash=item3f5998a3ea:g:~l4AAOSw3KFWfAq~ This is the...
 Apple products seem to come with decent built in audio hardware.I would say your better off selling off the ATH-M50X and put all your audio budget into better headphones.The ATH-M50X is bass heavy and the mids (vocals) are not that strong.So better headphones would offer a more quality bass and stronger mids.
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