Yeah, I have a Sennheiser HD6xx, too, fitted out with Dekoni lamb skin pads powered by a Grace M9xx, thanks MassDrop.
I have a Boston Acoustics alarm clock which I purchased out of frustration years and years ago. It was 500 bucks, but it is built like a freaking tank and wakes me up with surprisingly good sound. I have to walk across the room to turn it off, so it beats my phone which is too close.
I have two Klipsch sound bars for the TVs, and that’s all good, perfectly fine. Off hand, without checking, I think they’re the SB 5. They’re the SB3. Klipsch makes horn loaded stuff, which requires minimal amplification, and these are self-amplified with a separate woofer, a good buy highly recommended. They pound, which is good for Blu-ray’s with a high dynamic range. Also I’m too lazy to set up a true surround sound system, so there ya go. I figure if a sound bar can rock with a stereo signal, it’s good enough, and these things can rattle the foundation.
What I’d like, if I won the lottery, is a multi-hundred thousand dollar audition rig, but that’s never going to happen. LOL. We all do what we can in a reasonable manner. I used to subscribe to Stereophile magazine which extolled the virtues of crap you’d need a special listening room and be a millionaire to afford. Eventually I realized, I’m never going to be rich; nonetheless, I appreciate good sound where I can afford it.