Originally Posted by kothganesh
To my ears, the "quantity" of bass on the TH 900 is more than in the XC but the XC's bass is more natural and the quality seems to be a tad better. It almost seems (to...
Originally Posted by ardilla
I am really happy with the WA22 and the LCD-3, I have tried quite a lot of amps and with the right tubes it is a great match. HD800 is also claimed to be a very good match by many...
Originally Posted by figaro69
Okay...so today I received the LCD-Xs. I listened to them for approximately three hours. The gear I used: Oppo BDP-95 Universal Player; Ray Samuels Darkstar Headphone...
Originally Posted by Audio Jester
Well said Kurochin, it's nice to have the XC put in context with both the TH900's and W3000's.
While I prefer the TH900s to my (now sold) W3000s, I can certainly understand why so many...
Originally Posted by mikemercer
to me the LCD-X doesn't get near that level of brightness (I love my HD800s - but they have always sounded far
brighter than my LCD-3's).
The X, for me, has the soundstaging...
Originally Posted by DefQon
If the XC came with the option of natural Japanese or piano black finished polished wood ohh man thats drool worthy.
@XC owners: whats the shiny polish finish on the XC like? Is...
Originally Posted by campj
Originally Posted by MacedonianHero
I can't do the bright Grado sound anymore. My ears would end up ringing after 30-60 minutes. Thankfully the PS500s give me that...
Originally Posted by songmic
I agree. People generally seem to think that high impedance headphones are harder to drive. It is true for some headphones, like the notoriously hard to drive HD800, but the reason...
Originally Posted by GalaxyGuy
WE422a rectifier, TS 6F8G drivers and WE421a power tubes. So, yes...around $1k. With the full tube complement its the same price as a GS-X MK2. Dunno...I kind of...