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Judging by the mostly natural sound of these headphones, you'd probably want an Amp that was not colored, or not too colored as well. If you want to add a little kick with bass, you might look into the Fiio E11 / E11K, or perhaps the E12. If you're not a Fiio type, and are looking for a very natural sound, perhaps look into Electric Avenues PA2V2.
You probably won't need one as these are only 32ohm cans, but the Fiio E11 series should work well if you decide to buy an amp
Most new iPhones as well as stand alone house systems such as mine Pioneer doing its job without a need of amp, just saying.
Yeah, it's loud enough, but is it defined enough? That's the question people ask when they dish out additional funding for a little more out of their headphones. No phone out their today is good enough as a stand alone player to a quality snob like me, but if you think so, then that's some extra money in your pocket, I suppose.
I like to listen to my music mother only when I'm at home but when I'm outside as well where I spend a lot of time there for the phone is always with me and I just don't have a choice to bring my old though not that big but still no one brings amps with them for a jog or for the walk outside if you know what I mean but my phone is always with me and I found these headphones working just as well with my iPhone and my home Pioneer amplified system, cheers mate
Hm on iPhones the low to sub-low region may be a bit recessed, and this makes the difference between three modes a bit less obvious. Still acceptable sound though.