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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

Yes. But what audio source do you want to plug the headphone amp up to specifically? Details are always helpful smily_headphones1.gif

oh, i see. With my laptop and my future Sanza Clip+. Sorry about that >.<

post #17 of 19
A headphone amp will not improve the sound quality of the sansa clip with your headphones. It would only help it to play louder.

The Audioquest Dragonfly is a good plug and play USB stick headphone amp that is uber portable, and thus great for laptops. There's a new v 1.2 which runs about $150, and I believe you can still find the original version on Amazon on closeout for $100.
post #18 of 19

If you can get your budget up to $200, you can get the FiiO X3 on Amazon with a 32gb microSD. Save another $10 and you can get the 64gb with it. No amp needed, but better headphones would help a lot. 

post #19 of 19

If you are looking for the best sound quality, i would recommand the Colorfly CK4.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/COLORFLY-CK4-24bit-192KHz-8GB-internal-AMP-HiFi-Music-Audio-Video-Player-/290610028898?pt=US_Internet_Media_Streamers&hash=item43a9b52162

 

A stunning sound for this range of price.

 

PS: You can check this topic to have more informations :) 

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