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so i got the ath-m50rd what now ?

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Hmm OK well they are very good just as every one says. But i didn't get to hear the true. Sound untill i plugged it in to my Yamaha rx-v371 but as much as i love to use my head phones an sit Their. I really wanted them portable but they sound like crap on my nexus4 Would an amp help or be negligible any help would be appreciated thx in advance:)
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Yes an amp would help. I own an ath m50 and I use an amp with them for my iphone, and I've heard that the nexus 4 can kill headphones. What would your amp budget be?
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say around 100 i was honestly looking at the fiio 11 but am not sure if that would be a good choice with these phones?

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I almost picked them up but decided to go with the 17's. Kilimanjaro's are very good yet but I don't think they would be the best choice for ath m50's. Fostex PC-100USB and e10's would be good alternatives for the e11's and the ath m50's
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Be careful... E10 isn't portable, nor is it just an amp. You'll need a OTG-cable instead of just a 3.5mm IC.
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thx ill check into the 17"s mind you ill be just using them as portable so the usb dac on them would go to waste :( as i already have a asus xonar dg sound card for my comp  and  unfortunately the nexus 4 cant use otg cables their is no power coming from the micro usb  only reason i know that is because  i  wanted to use my ps3 controller to play emulators and said screw it and rooted it instead  and now use blue tooth for it 

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