I'm not overstating nothing, I watched closely to those threads and watched people get banned that chimed in with their opinion's and some Schiit bashing. The problem was the first initial release of the Lyr and one person I know of had it happen to their HD650's on the Asgard. What's even funny is that even after the relay was installed on in-production models thanks to Jason, their was still a few that had their can's killed, unusual it definitely was. For the record, don't say that I'm overstating the issue a bit, if you had an extremely expensive headphone which was killed due to a large DC offcharge the driver's can handle when powering on/off would you had been letting it go past as a small problem? Don't forget there were other's affected that are not part of the Head-fi forum. Not to mention sensitivity has little play into why they were killed by the Lyr or whatever when they work fine with other headphone amp's.
If you're not overstating nothing, wouldn't you be overstating something? Oh mama... better put mah low impedance phones out before I turn them on to be safe T_T