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Can you really get decent sound from a sub-$100 headphone amp?

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I think the headphone amps built into most consumer equipment contain about a dollar's worth of components, so I would say yes. I'm not surprised Samson can do it for $70 street in a way that does not suck. I've been using the Behringer headphone amp (8 outputs for $120) for years with no issues. It's not as good as the headphone amps in my Dangerous D-Box, but for tracking, all it really needs to do is be as loud as anyone could want.

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