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post #6061 of 10600
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How about the build certificate? 

What dat ? :confused_face_2:

post #6062 of 10600
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What dat ? :confused_face_2:

 

Sorry the certificate of authenticity. I've seen pictures of a small envelope that comes in the box?

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Anyone attend Canjam Socal and preview the Cavalli Liquid Carbon?  It goes on sale for a limited production run tomorrow at $599.  It's rated at 1500Mw output.  Will that drive the LCD-2f adequately?

post #6064 of 10600
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Anyone attend Canjam Socal and preview the Cavalli Liquid Carbon?  It goes on sale for a limited production run tomorrow at $599.  It's rated at 1500Mw output.  Will that drive the LCD-2f adequately?

The LCDs literally need only a few mW to reach painful volume. 1500 mW will blow out your ears and probably the membrane on the headphones.

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The LCDs literally need only a few mW to reach painful volume. 1500 mW will blow out your ears and probably the membrane on the headphones.


The drivers are supposed to be able to handle 15 W for up to 200 ms, according to the manufacturer specs. That's a peak of nearly 143 dB based on the new 101 dB/mW sensitivity spec. Anyone got a speaker tap? :L3000:

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I was working on an amp board while listening....accidentally shorted an output transistor with the cans on my head.....was as loud as a gunshot at an indoor shooting range. Both the cans and my ears survived. Certainly don't want to do that agin, but yes, I believe the cans are capable of 140db plus.
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The drivers are supposed to be able to handle 15 W for up to 200 ms, according to the manufacturer specs. That's a peak of nearly 143 dB based on the new 101 dB/mW sensitivity spec. Anyone got a speaker tap? L3000.gif
post #6067 of 10600
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I was working on an amp board while listening....accidentally shorted an output transistor with the cans on my head.....was as loud as a gunshot at an indoor shooting range. Both the cans and my ears survived. Certainly don't want to do that agin, but yes, I believe the cans are capable of 140db plus.


ouch:basshead:

post #6068 of 10600
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Originally Posted by GrindingThud View Post

I was working on an amp board while listening....accidentally shorted an output transistor with the cans on my head.....was as loud as a gunshot at an indoor shooting range. Both the cans and my ears survived. Certainly don't want to do that agin, but yes, I believe the cans are capable of 140db plus.

 

Jesus Christ, man.. don't do that again...

post #6069 of 10600

The LCD2 fazor's are generally easy to drive.How about schiit mjolnir?

post #6070 of 10600

I have the LCD3. I would like to know if schiit mjolnir would suitable for it ?

Thank you for your answers.

post #6071 of 10600

Powerwise, abso-freaking-lutely. It's a powerhouse of an amp. It's a pretty forward, aggressive sound, I'm told, so I hope you're okay with that.

post #6072 of 10600

Just got my LCD-X yesterday. Had upgraded from a pre-fazor LCD-2.2. Initial listening seems to confirm much of what I had read about the LCD-X. Gonna give it a few more weeks, then perhaps I'll do a brief comparison with the LCD2 (from memory though, as I have sold and shipped out the LCD2).

post #6073 of 10600

A lot of headphones have been released the past 5 years. You guys still think this is a good buy? I'm eying my first high/summit -fi headphone.

post #6074 of 10600
They updated driver material, added new tech... it still competes. The market is just more saturated now because of their initial success. Buy used if you want, no shame there!
post #6075 of 10600
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Originally Posted by DooberKnob View Post
 

A lot of headphones have been released the past 5 years. You guys still think this is a good buy? I'm eying my first high/summit -fi headphone.

I just purchased the LCD 2.2F about 3 months ago. I couldn't be happier. No regrets.

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