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post #2326 of 9944

Guess I'd also have to get the Vali if I am to get the LCD-2 then..

post #2327 of 9944
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Great pics.....beautiful cans....what amp do you use.

 

Thanks mate - 

 

using the Aune T1 at the moment. Will be getting the Matrix Mini-i pro DSD soon instead. From my testing, it paired incredibly well with the LCD-2.

post #2328 of 9944
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Guess I'd also have to get the Vali if I am to get the LCD-2 then..

 

I'm not the biggest fan of the Vali Paired with the LCD-2, if I were you I would just stick with what you have.

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I'm not the biggest fan of the Vali Paired with the LCD-2, if I were you I would just stick with what you have.

 

Oh really?

 

What did you find paired the best? Your inventory is crazy..

post #2330 of 9944
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

Anything from Woo Audio is not suitable for the LCD2's except the WA5LE and the WA7 and maybe few of the other prototypes that's been released into the wild.

IMO the WA22 sounds amazing with the LCD2.  What did you not like about the WA22 pairing compared to the WA5LE and WA7?

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Oh really?

 

What did you find paired the best? Your inventory is crazy..

 

Out of my current collection it would probably be the Soloist. Best I've ever heard it is out of a BHA-1.

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Out of my current collection it would probably be the Soloist. Best I've ever heard it is out of a BHA-1.


i've heard that myself, if i ever move from the mjo, it'd be the bryston for sure, plus its flexible as hell

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i've heard that myself, if i ever move from the mjo, it'd be the bryston for sure, plus its flexible as hell

 

I just wish it wasn't so damn expensive, mind you if I sell the Soloist I'm probably most of the way there...

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I just wish it wasn't so damn expensive, mind you if I sell the Soloist I'm probably most of the way there...


i had the soloist, it was good, it just didn't do it for me, although i liked it more with my grado's than i did with the lcd2

post #2335 of 9944

I'm using this with the LCD2 as a mild inverse of the FR graph Audeze provided. 

 

Sound is definitely more neutral, and I'm pretty sure I'm getting better imaging. It is more enjoyable to my ears. Also, I think I am hearing more detail in the mids, not just in the treble. Sound is still Audeze smooth. 

 

Thoughts?

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I'm using this with the LCD2 as a mild inverse of the FR graph Audeze provided. 

 

Sound is definitely more neutral, and I'm pretty sure I'm getting better imaging. It is more enjoyable to my ears. Also, I think I am hearing more detail in the mids, not just in the treble. Sound is still Audeze smooth. 

 

Thoughts?

 

I use a parametric EQ that I've inverse-matched to my custom FR graph (then slightly modified). I love the way it sounds, I wasn't too fond of the recessed upper-midrange of the stock LCD-2.

post #2337 of 9944
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I use a parametric EQ that I've inverse-matched to my custom FR graph (then slightly modified). I love the way it sounds, I wasn't too fond of the recessed upper-midrange of the stock LCD-2.

How does my EQ look? too mild? 

post #2338 of 9944
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How does my EQ look? too mild? 

 

No, not too mild. If you can, look into trying to get a parametric EQ, which will allow you to EQ with a ton of detail and really get everything much flatter.

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Originally Posted by talmlikeabalm View Post

IMO the WA22 sounds amazing with the LCD2.  What did you not like about the WA22 pairing compared to the WA5LE and WA7?

They are not suitable to driving the low z LCD2's given its circuit design. Regardless of tubes rolled the sound is completely mooshed up and rolled off with the usual range.
post #2340 of 9944

Wouldn't the WA6-SE be appropriate?

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