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What will a Fiios E11 power easily?

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 Forgive me for being new at this. I was wondering if the Fiios E11 would do a good job powering my UE TripleFi 10's and my Hippo VB's? I also wondered if they would power my Beyer DT-880 (250ohm). I understand that the Beyers require a lot of power. I did not know this when I purchased them but I could not pass up the deal on them at the time and a desktop amp is not in the cards for me. If the E11 won't power the Beyers I will probably sell them. 

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The E11 will definitely power your buds just fine, based on what I looked up (I don't have them personally). However, for the Beyer's, you might want to go with something a little more powerful as I hear they are inherently harder to drive well. If you want to chip in a little bit more money around the $100 range, you can definitely find something more capable. People have given good reviews on the E07K, if you want to stick with Fiio. A little more research and a few more bucks might help you get those headphones to use! =] 

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Originally Posted by QS5151 View Post

 Forgive me for being new at this. I was wondering if the Fiios E11 would do a good job powering my UE TripleFi 10's and my Hippo VB's? I also wondered if they would power my Beyer DT-880 (250ohm). I understand that the Beyers require a lot of power. I did not know this when I purchased them but I could not pass up the deal on them at the time and a desktop amp is not in the cards for me. If the E11 won't power the Beyers I will probably sell them. 

Yes E11 will drive them all, the E11 has plenty of power

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Thank you very much for the reply I purchased the E11 for the price I can always upgrade.
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