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The LCD-2's would hold up to kids/friends better than most headphones. Where most headphones are plastic, Audeze's headphones are steel and have replaceable parts.


Edited by Taowolf51 - Yesterday at 4:23 pm
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I've had expensive headphones since before my son was born. He's 16 now and has never once messed with them. Lucky I guess.
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Does LCD-2 have to loosen up before it sound better every time you listen to it?  Every time I start listening to it, it doesn't sound as well as it's been playing for awhile.  

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Originally Posted by SilverEars View Post
 

Does LCD-2 have to loosen up before it sound better every time you listen to it?  Every time I start listening to it, it doesn't sound as well as it's been playing for awhile.  

 

That's interesting. The memory foam will compress more as it warms up, so makes me wonder if it sounds better to you as the drivers get slightly closer to your ears. 

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is there anyone use lcd2 for transportable?

 

i tried mini dac portable amp - alo international

which is compatible with idevice (using cck which is i am going to buy 1)

 

i tried with my laptop and it can drive lcd2 well as portable amp

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Transportable or portable. Do you mean to take it somewhere and sitdown to listen, believe it or not the Fiio X3 has a good amount of volume on high gain, usually around 35-40 vol depending on music when I tried it - I think I listen pretty loud. I would never walk around with them on, but I would take it to a office or similar as long as leakage was not an issue.

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if you have kids or friends you should be able to tell how rough they are
Wow dude, really?
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ah, yes...

take it somewhere sit down and listen

 

yes, i tried it with several dap (include one time someone bring x3 here and i tried it), but i think they cant make is "sings well"

just enough to listen

and still, not enough "power"

 

and when i hear it from alo international (which is i bought after i hear it)

the power is different than when i hear it from dap (include x3, dx50, ak100, ak100mk2, etc)

even is not as good as the other big amp, but i think its good enough when i see how small the amp

 

:)

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Originally Posted by Advert View Post
 

is there anyone use lcd2 for transportable?

 

i tried mini dac portable amp - alo international

which is compatible with idevice (using cck which is i am going to buy 1)

 

i tried with my laptop and it can drive lcd2 well as portable amp

I wouldn't recommend portables for them, it would not provide the level of sound as a powerful desktop amp would.  I guess some portables have lots of juice, but not as much as my Beta 22 or some other in that level.

 

I highly recommend ODAC, it is to my ears, sonically approved.  What DACs are you guys using?

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Alo pan am and passport are transportable in a certain way (you don't need powering it up and last 9 hours on average)

and it sounds great !!!

for portable I would get some good iem and alo or fiio amp
Edited by TontonJoK - Today at 6:38 am
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Ah. Pan am i think is too big and the tube is quite trouble to carry here and there
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Yes, i am an iem person hehehehe but now i quite enjoy my alo international with lcd hahaha

DAC i often use dacport centrance for transportable with my laptop
I often traveling here and there so i use portable stuffs alot...
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