Hey dudes, I haven't posted in ages but I think I need some shared wisdom/experience here. Really quick: Project studio drum rehearsal/recording situation. Everything goes in to a single interface being distributed to poweramps for PA (sometimes) and studio monitors as well as a simple wireless unit. The wireless only offers three channels, yet I sometimes need more. I have the stereo signal running out of the wireless in to a cheap ass 4 channel headphone pre (some musicstore housebrand) that somebody had laying around. It needs replacing ASAP (distorts when coming even close to acceptable volume). I am no retard when it comes to getting the signals right and am not using fancy high impedance headphones. Looking around I read fairly bad reviews of almost all kinds of headphone pres with people talking about distortion and insufficient volume almost all the time. I'm looking at a budget around 200-250 bucks. Honestly, the sound/transients don't even matter if people plug in to it with horrible isolation headphones or inear buds, I just need something that doesn't distort audibly at drummer-acceptable volume. Thanks in advance, ye olde Max.