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The T1 and LCD-2 are similar? I'm getting confused. :confused_face(1):

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The T1 and LCD-2 are similar? I'm getting confused. :confused_face(1):

 

Surprisingly, yes (or at least on my setup they are). The OP asked for something similar to the LCD 2, but with more treble and larger soundstage so I'm not saying the T1s are the same as the LCD 2s, but the T1s share a similar warmth in the bass and mids while bringing a greater sense of space and more treble. They do have the potential to sound a bit peaky in the treble, but a nice tube amp or a musical sounding SS amp will easily take care of that

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Originally Posted by jjun930 View Post


Ah my bad on misunderstanding


Like so....bad practice not to revise the yoke rod position then I guess.

The plastic block the yoke rod goes through could simply be thicker to avoid headband rub on the leather.

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Beyer T1 with a nice, musical amp (probably tubes). My setup (see signature) includes both headphones and they are a great compliment while still being very similar

Does the bass compare?

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Originally Posted by canuckavelli View Post
 

Does the bass compare?

Not even close. ;)

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Originally Posted by canuckavelli View Post
 

Does the bass compare?

 

 

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Originally Posted by MacedonianHero View Post
 

Not even close. ;)

 

It's different. The T1s go just as deep and have good overall weight, but they don't have that speed and presence across the whole bass range that planars do.

 

If you want the same bass as the LCD 2 you probably need to stick to planars - perhaps the HE-6 as someone suggested earlier? Personally, I find the T1s are a great compliment because they're different enough to bring a different experience and therefore split head-time with the LCDs pretty evenly for me. If they were more similar I would probably find myself using just one or the other, but not both.

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Originally Posted by Lohb View Post


Like so....bad practice not to revise the yoke rod position then I guess.
The plastic block the yoke rod goes through could simply be thicker to avoid headband rub on the leather.


Here is my current model for comparison:


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