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I think it would be sad not including the great Arcam irDAC. I'm always rooting for the underdog who gives you better value. NAD M51 and Bryston BDA-2 would be excellent choices as well. Otherwise I find the choices really good.   After owning the LCD-3 for a while I don't think they would be really the optimal headphone to test DACs fully. Even though I find them pretty neutral they put something of their own flavour (of greatness though) to the sound and are a bit...
 Agreed. The LCD-2 and classical don't work nearly as well as the HD800. Especially rev1 that I had. Too congested sounding.The LCD-3 is a clear improvement with classical.
I'm hearing a bit of harshness from cymbals that I'm not hearing from any of my tested in-ears for example but it's the overall sense of lack of sparkle, clarity and detail in the treble that is keeping them away from being a truly fantastic in-ear. Admittedly I've been comparing them with CK100Pro and IE800 as well which is not all that fair considering they're amazingly clear sounding and in another price category.  FXD70 is a better comparison where the MA750 have an...
Directly comparing these to a few in-ears the JVC FXD70 are totally smoking the MA750 when it comes to treble detail, refinement and air. Apart from the slightly annoying rubbery slightly stiff cable this is the biggest flaw of these in-ears.
 I have both the LCD-3 and HD800 as well and I agree fully with this. I enjoy classical a great deal with the 3s as they have a fantastic seductive and emotional quality to the timbre of the instruments the HD800 can't match IMO. Some classical work better than others. For large orchestral pieces I give it to the HD800 but the LCD-3 is not such a slouch I heard repeated many times.
I want to buy it god dammit! 275 with shipping?
Have small driver flex on both sides, more on the right side.Some in-ears are more driver flex prone. Usually not a problem.
 Of course music is sound, but sound don't have to be music.
I know of a few guys here who don't really care for the music but get very expensive gear becasue they love the sound of hifi.I get a feeling Aspergers is involved in some of the cases. Not mentioning names.
 That's how Schiit really is pronounced.
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