Current Setup: Odac -> Little Dot MKIII -> Beyerdynamic DT880 600ohms
I've recently purchased some Audeze LCD2s and I gather it's time to upgrade my amp (+dac?) to suit. Ideally I'd like to own an amp/dac combo that sufficiently runs both my DT880s and LCD2s without having to stuff around too much with gain settings etc. I really like how the Little Dot supplies a warmer sound to my DT880s but I don't think it's an ideal amp for the LCDs as I've heard they sound much better through a solid state amp.
I'd like to spend no more than $800USD at this stage. I've been looking at the Burson Soloist and the Schitt Lyr mostly. The Lyr attracts me because of the lower cost and I think it's a good match for the DT880s and the LCDs. I'm not so sure how the DT880s would respond to the Soloist so I'm a bit on the fence with that one. I think I'm sticking with the Odac for now and maybe upgrading that later.
Does anybody have any suggestions/comments? I'd like to make a somewhat "future proof" buy so that I don't have to shell out on a different setup when I eventually purchase more headphones (it's inevitable right? )