What do teenage girls do together when they hang out? While I am neither teenage (anymore) nor a girl (born this way), chances are they like to gossip about their friends, talk about what shampoo they use, go shopping, and most importantly of all, take selfies. Up until two months ago, I have had a hard time understanding the point of the last item on the list. It was absolutely mind blowing how, with everything against tradition, the photographer is also the subject of the photo. Earlier last month, I began to understand the merits of this practice. I mean, when you hang out with friends, you want to take a picture together, right? And you want to be in the photo too, right? The easiest way to do it is to take a selfie. Now, being a complete noob at this stuff, whenever I wanted a selfie, I just passed my phone along to some girl to do the job. My plan worked pretty well for about a week, until I kept asking the same person to do every time, who became quite annoyed and told me to learn to take selfies on my own instead. After receiving a few tips and tricks from my fellow experts, and about ten minutes of awkwardly practicing when no one was looking, I finally got the whole deal sorted. Since then, I was hooked. I took selfies with my friends, parents, coworkers, and even my former supervisor… in his office. As you can see here, as ridiculous as something sounds, sometimes, you just got to try something new to know why it is so awesome. Today, we will take a look at the SilverStone EB01-E DAC and EB03 headphone amp. If it sounds ridiculous why anyone would cough up $400 of cash and pass their sound through two big metal boxes instead of plugging their headphone directly into the back of their PC for free, you will have to read this review to see why true audiophiles have been rocking equipment like these for years.