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All right, IMO, THD and freqency response not so matter to headphone, a mini full-range driver close to ear.(Human ear are not linear,i mean, much "inaccurate" than we imaging.)But Dynamics and transient matters , that's the true limits of those Orthodynamics.Those new Orthodynamics more like Grados, is vintage headphone's "Renaissance".InnerSpace says the "Microphone -type " and "Speaker-type" different, it's not so wrong,at least.
Simply Beyer T1, rather unique piece of work. My "the most transparent move-coil base headphone in 3 years" After half year, still amazing me "Wow, headphone can sound so good!" at times.
I doesn't know LCD2 if its really over-damping But i know Hifiman's HE5 is much heavy damping, and makes its hard to calculate correct Q factor. http://sonove.angry.jp/HiFiMAN_HE_5.html p.s. According here , there some ref of dynamics http://fuchinove.ninja-mania.jp/ HD650: FS 83.4837 Hz QTS 0.3823 ZMIN 318.1676 Ohm ZMAX 530.0244 Ohm HD800: FS 97.9738 Hz QTS 0.1951 ZMIN 340.5256 Ohm ZMAX 772.3651 Ohm p.p.s Headroom's HE5le measure The interesting HF...
Electrostatic headphones has their limits, so Senns and Beyers finally got their flagship headphone dynamics
Maybe your HD650 has bass over damping?    That's often happened in new open-kind dynamic flagship headphones,and make A mid-bass(120-80hz) bump.
75+ hours is too short to make serious "review".
Just try change the least two numbers in the address.    For example:  http://graphs.headphone.com/graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2761   to  http://graphs.headphone.com/graphCompare.php?graphType=0&graphID[]=2759
Befroe       After headroom's XXXX EQ  
It's kind of titanium-mylar diaphragm's feature, i think it's resonance(ringing) rather than peak. 
So this is ED10 its problem.?   http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fsonove.angry.jp%2Fultrasone_edition10.html&hl=EN&langpair=auto|zh-EN&tbb=1&ie=shift_jis    
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