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I would go with the MDR-1R or the Amperior. I prefer the HD25 over the Sony and the Amperior is supposed to sound better. 
From what I read, the NAD is one of, if not the best portable headphones available right now. You should consider getting a cheap amp, I've heard many good things about the Topping NX1.
You get used to it after a bit of using it, it is actually really easy to navigate through. 
Yeah, for under $100 you can't really get any really good headphones that can compete with the likes of the RE-400.  Let's get back on track, sorry for derailing the thread. 
^^^^   Lol :)
IMO the same amount of money can buy you a better desktop setup than a portable one. Obviously some people may disagree. 
It is very easy to use, you just slide bands up and down? 
I'm not a fan of the look, like other people have said before, it looks like an evil HD800 lol.  I started out with some IE8s, then TF-10s, B2s and then finally a pair of high end UM Miracles. The best decision I have made so far was to move to a full-sized setup. 
No, to my knowledge you can't. Apple certified DACs are usually a few hundred. 
The HD700 is *almost* as good as the HD800. The HD800 disappears on your head and the HD700 almost does that, but doesn't quite do it as well as the HD800. They are one of the most comfortable headphones I've worn.  The 700s are like Sennheiser/Grado hybrids but leaning more to the Senn side. 
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