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SHURE SE215's! get them from earphonesolutions with the %15 off they will be about $85 (not under 80 but just do it haha) they have a 2 year warrenty if they do ever break.
Forget the E7. If you will use a DAC get the E17 it also has 5 levels of bass AND TREBEL boost/cut.   If your never going to use it as a DAC for your computer get the E11 it is a slightly better amp than the E17 but has no DAC only 2 levels of BASS boost (no cut) and it cant be used while charging.   That last con and the exstra EQ is why I got the E17 over the E11
Yeah the Denon D's are great but have pretty much no isolation, if open cans are 0 from 0-10 then the D-X000's are 1.   The 580's are good what about the Maudio Q40's? then 580's are probably better but its another option oh and the audio tecnica mkII's? forget the full name
Yeah I mean I think the Fiio E17 would be good for him, and he could use the dac on his comp, but they were talking like algo labs solo/Fostex HP/P1 IMO that would be a waste, they cost as much as the headphones.
Woo woooooooo wooooooo Just stick with an amp. Getting a portable DAC for beats pros is ridiculous.   Fiio E11, E17 iBasso JDS Labs
The 940's are pretty detailed and treble forword idk if the Grados will be much better.   But I am wondering the same thing, my best headphones are Denon D5K's but I have always wanted Grados. Every one loves the SR80's but would the 125 or 225's be better or do I need to spend over $500 to make a difference?
You will love the 2k's or 5k's the only thing is that they don't block out any noise at all compared to the 770's  
Yeah CD's are WAV (correct me if I am wrong) UNcompressed files, FLAC and Apple lossless are lossless compresion it will make the file about %40 smaller 50MB to about 30MB, but sound just like the CD. MP3 compresses it way more down, about 10x smaller to about 5MB depending on bitrate but takes away information that the designers thought most people can't hear. Honestly every one has there own opinions but I think 192 is a lot better than 128, and you gain a little from...
Denons all the way. I actually have a new pair I don't want as I got the 5000's too
Honestly I don't know anything about the amp but If it has a 1/4" jack then yes it will work you don't need a "headphone amp" to power headphones  
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