Now, in an objective, electronic engineering (?) perspective, which part am I supposedly missing out on, and why? The impedance graphs I have seen for the LCD-3 are almost ruler flat, so there shouldn't any notable changes in treble/mids/bass etc relative to each other? As for "soundstage", how would a varying amount of power affect that, isn't it more a function of the actual recording (mic setup)?
Enlighten me with some sound science :)
IN a recent email to Jason at Schiit,when I told him I had the LCD2..his reply was this:
" but Lyr is really the amp for the LCD-2s. It was developed specifically for them."
Wouldn't this apply to the LCD3? ,as well?
I know you just got the Woo,but maybe this might be an alternative??