I have a new LCD-2
My first impression: terrible!
My first thought: I'll send it back
Second thought: I'll give it a chance. The burn In process could heal the mid ranges.
And now, at the end of day 2, the sound is yet not pretty good at all but not comparable to the sound yesterday.
Which experience do you have with the burn in process at the LCD-2? How long does it need before the sound is stable good?
Orthos are known for not needing such "burning" times, mine sounded awesome day 1, my very first album was Led Zeppeling's Physical Grafitti and absolutely fall in love with them, still today they sound similar.
FYI, I run them with a Matrix M-Stage which drives them pretty well, but sometimes the bass and sub-bass isnt just there due to the not enough power amp, my Fiio E7 drives them poorly.
The Burson Soloist where I tried them gives more bass and subbass, texture to the mids, the Violectric V200 just... you gotta hear that.
Edited by Megalomaniak - 5/2/14 at 1:49am