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glad you agree
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Not what I meant but you clearly missed that point....wait nvm :)

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didn't think that it was possible to miss the point of my own post but anyways...
Edited by up late - Yesterday at 11:45 pm
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i want to ask please, does anyone have both the audeze lcd2 and th900

 

now i know that some poeple say that the bass on the lcd2 is great, i have the lcd2 rev2 prefazor, now to me as i am listening from ifi micro dsd amped by alo mk3 B, i feel honestly there is lack of bass in lcd2, and when people say its a warm sig well i find it not warm and can be sharp , and when people say it has nice mids then to me i find the vocals ok but the mids sound like plastic or metallic i cant describe it well but its not an organic warm mids, honestly when people say audeze has great bass and is warm and organic i just can not believe they are describing something i do not hear at all in my lcd2.

 

I keep trying to adjust eq so much that now my dislike to lcd2 reached its point that it will be sold soon, it was a difficult journey for me to convince myself to like it, but since day 1 i did not like it, and tried my best to like it by buying expensive gears like chord hugo, ifi dsd micro, alo mk3 B nothing really made me love the audeze

 

so now to the question, how does the th900 compare to lcd2?

 

i think i am a basshead, not that i listen to very very bassy very bassy music, but i like to hear and feel bass in the music i listen to from edm to synthpop

 

unfortunately i can not audition the th900 in my country so i will need to rely on review

 

maybe the lcd2 is very analytical and shows the imperfection in recordings, especially with metal genre the lcd2 sucks, i feel it to be harsh and bad bass , and piercing in my ears, so I have to heavily eq it to bare listening to metal music on my lcd2, sometimes i feel i listen to an orchestra of pain and i get so turned down by lcd2 that i wish to smash it on the floor.

 

simply i look for a forgiving headphone that is musical, great bass presence and no harshness at all, is that the th900?

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Edit: Please delete (I keep quoting my posts instead of editing them...:mad:)
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Edit: Please delete (I keep quoting my posts instead of editing them...:mad:)


 You must suffer from a GOD complex.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(jk) :wink_face:

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Originally Posted by hykhleif View Post

i want to ask please, does anyone have both the audeze lcd2 and th900

now i know that some poeple say that the bass on the lcd2 is great, i have the lcd2 rev2 prefazor, now to me as i am listening from ifi micro dsd amped by alo mk3 B, i feel honestly there is lack of bass in lcd2, and when people say its a warm sig well i find it not warm and can be sharp , and when people say it has nice mids then to me i find the vocals ok but the mids sound like plastic or metallic i cant describe it well but its not an organic warm mids, honestly when people say audeze has great bass and is warm and organic i just can not believe they are describing something i do not hear at all in my lcd2.

I keep trying to adjust eq so much that now my dislike to lcd2 reached its point that it will be sold soon, it was a difficult journey for me to convince myself to like it, but since day 1 i did not like it, and tried my best to like it by buying expensive gears like chord hugo, ifi dsd micro, alo mk3 B nothing really made me love the audeze

so now to the question, how does the th900 compare to lcd2?

i think i am a basshead, not that i listen to very very bassy very bassy music, but i like to hear and feel bass in the music i listen to from edm to synthpop

unfortunately i can not audition the th900 in my country so i will need to rely on review

maybe the lcd2 is very analytical and shows the imperfection in recordings, especially with metal genre the lcd2 sucks, i feel it to be harsh and bad bass , and piercing in my ears, so I have to heavily eq it to bare listening to metal music on my lcd2, sometimes i feel i listen to an orchestra of pain and i get so turned down by lcd2 that i wish to smash it on the floor.

simply i look for a forgiving headphone that is musical, great bass presence and no harshness at all, is that the th900?

it's been a long time since i heard the lcd2 but it didn't sound harsh to me. i remember it having rich mids, rolled-off highs and a closed-in presentation overall. very different to the th900.
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Originally Posted by up late View Post


it's been a long time since i heard the lcd2 but it didn't sound harsh to me. i remember it having rich mids, rolled-off highs and a closed-in presentation overall. very different to the th900.

i dont know how to describe it maybe harsh is not the right word but to me something sounds off and way off, and to me the bass is not there unless i do heavy eq 


Edited by hykhleif - Today at 5:34 am
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