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post #7951 of 9574
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Originally Posted by DarthUnnamed View Post

Well, i honestly don't know what to get for the sub $1000 range (not just amp, but dac too), and I heard good things about the wa7. I prefer SS for amps but w/e, any other suggestions then? Oh and I may need them to pair with the hd800 well too, I may get them as a compliment

DACmini may pair well with 3, but does not pair well with 800 based on sound signature. (Caveat: WA7 based on comments, DACmini I heard, but not with 800).
3 and 800 are going to different direction, its quite tricky to find amp that sound signature match both at the same time.
post #7952 of 9574
I tried lcd3 at the store, the sound is good (with BCL and Bel Canto cd spinner), but the headband size is too small for my large head, even at max setting.
Anyone experience the same? Any solution?
post #7953 of 9574
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Originally Posted by RedBull View Post

I tried lcd3 at the store, the sound is good (with BCL and Bel Canto cd spinner), but the headband size is too small for my large head, even at max setting.
Anyone experience the same? Any solution?

They have these:

 

http://www.audeze.com/products/accessories/extended-yoke-rods

post #7954 of 9574
Wow! Thanks Mac! This is exactly what I need. I am hesitant to consider '3 because of the comfort, now that they have this, have to go back to the shop and re-evaluate more seriously. I'll bring my 2.1 to compare.
post #7955 of 9574
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Originally Posted by RedBull View Post

Wow! Thanks Mac! This is exactly what I need. I am hesitant to consider '3 because of the comfort, now that they have this, have to go back to the shop and re-evaluate more seriously. I'll bring my 2.1 to compare.

No worries. smile.gif

post #7956 of 9574

I always wondered why the long posts or something in between the two wasn't the standard.  I am also at the very end of the headband reach and in the past Audeze would just send you the posts but in the last year or so they have started to monetize what should be an option on purchase if not just standard equipment like the two cables.

post #7957 of 9574
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Originally Posted by RedBull View Post

DACmini may pair well with 3, but does not pair well with 800 based on sound signature. (Caveat: WA7 based on comments, DACmini I heard, but not with 800).
3 and 800 are going to different direction, its quite tricky to find amp that sound signature match both at the same time.
Decent price, what kind of sound does the dacmini have?
post #7958 of 9574
It has punchy, exciting, fun bass, sparkling, smooth treble, reportedly a bit bright for HD800, (YMMV), that's why it's good match for LCD2.
It's standard output impedance is 10 ohms, you can opt to lower the output impedance to 1 ohm, but that makes it a bit brighter.
post #7959 of 9574

Just when I start thinking about selling these, they start doing good. Guitars get my vote on the LCD-3. Rap is sounding good as well surprisingly on the LCD-3's (thanks DG). Electronic music is still nowhere as good as it was on the LCD-2's, but it's coming along. Hopefully it will get better and more to my liking with upgrades in the system. 

 

I'll be auditioning it with some Bursons, although alongside with the TH-900. If TH-900 does really good, then the LCD-3's might still go.

post #7960 of 9574

TH-900s over the LCD-3s?  uummm  I don't know about that.. That's a tough onebasshead.gif

post #7961 of 9574
For the fun factor, maybe?
post #7962 of 9574

and the comfort.

post #7963 of 9574

LCD-3s are not comfy and fun?

post #7964 of 9574
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Originally Posted by preproman View Post

LCD-3s are not comfy and fun?

 

heavy and semi-fun wink.gif

post #7965 of 9574
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heavy and semi-fun wink.gif
LOL biggrin.gif
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