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Can I amplify my headphones with my desktop speakers?

I want to buy a pair of b<span><span>eyerdynamic DT 880 pro (or maybe some Sennheiser HD 59Cool and I know it has to be amplified but I don't want to buy anything extra.
<span>I have a set of M-Audio AV 40 that has an 1/4'' entry for headphones. Would that be enough to amplify my headphones if the source is my computer plugged via RCA cable to the back of the speakers or if the source is an iPod Nano plugged in the front input Aux In?
<span>Thanks for helping me out!
<span>Oh, and what do you think is better between the two headphones?

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