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The Titanium HD has a "headphone out" not headphone amp. It can handle headphones well with impedance needs up to 330 ohms.
Ahh yeah that's right.

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The Ti HD doesn't use an external power like the STX and the molex.. Hmm. I would need to sleeve a molex extension.



I will be using them with ATH700s. I don't know much about sound, so don't really know what you mean.
Your headphones have an impedance of 64 ohms. So it doesn't require as much power to achieve an adequate sound level.
    
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