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AudioQuest DragonFly + Audio Technica ATH-M50

post #1 of 4
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Hi everybody!

 

I own a pair of Audio Technica ATH-M50 and I have a pair of Audioengine A2's.

 

My source is a Macbook Pro. I listen mostly to 320kbs MP3's, but also Flac and Apple Lossless when available.

 

I am looking for a cheap way to upgrade my modest setup. I was thinking about getting the AudioQuest DragonFly. But will it be a substantial upgrade? Or is there a better way to get better audio for the money?

 

I hope some of you experts can help me, 'cause I don't know allot about, but I really do appreciate good quality audio.

 

Any input and ideas is much appreciated.

 

Thanx

post #2 of 4

Although I don't own the ATH-M50's, I'm pretty sure that the dragonfly will be a noticeable improvement as I have tried it with the few headphones and IEMs I own. 

post #3 of 4
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Thank you for the input Kubo..

 

I posted as similar thread on another forum and there I was told that the M50's wouldn't benefit much from the Dragonfly and that I needed better cans to be feel a difference. It was suggested I'd upgrade to the Sennheiser Momentum, which I think I will have a look at. 

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There are a lot of headphones for around $200 to $250 that would be a significant upgrade over the M50s. I have a pair of those, and think they are fine for headphones around $100 to $110 range, but you definitely can do a good bit better.
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