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will beyerdynamic dt235 benefit from using an amp/DAC?

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Hi, its for my office setup, currently i use dt235+realtek and want to increase the audio quality, the question is will dt235 benefit from it? if so, I'm looking for a DAC/AMP under $150.

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Hi, its for my office setup, currently i use dt235+realtek and want to increase the audio quality, the question is will dt235 benefit from it? if so, I'm looking for a DAC/AMP under $150.


I have a DT235 at the office too.  It is a backup to my CAL!, which I find to be better (a fuller sound; the DT235 in comparison sounds a little metallic) and a little more comfortable, although the DT235 is quite good.  A few months go I bought a Dragonfly v1.0 USC DAC/AMP on sale (about $100).  I recently bought myself a Bravo V2 tube (actually hybrid) headphone amplifier for about $62 from amazon, with a free cable and free shipping.  The combination of the Dragonfly, the Bravo, and the DT235 is amazing!  The sound is full and lifelike. I wonder whether I will realize that my imagination is playing tricks on me, but for the last two days listening to Swiss Jazz radio on the internet has been just wonderful. So, if you can stretch your budget a bit (to $162 on amazon), I recommend a Dragonfly plus a Bravo V2.

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