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Stereophile's Review of the LCD-X by John Atkinson

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Read the full text of the Stereophile Magazine REVIEW of the LCD-X! Let us know what you think.

 


Edited by Audeze - 2/26/14 at 6:53pm
Audeze LLC is a U.S. manufacturer of headphones that redefine the world of high-end audio using a unique combination of proprietary planar magnetic...
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Awesome guys... Congratulations!  You have indeed set the bar and created 'the' headphone to beat.  I have both the LCD-X and XC and they are the only two headphones still getting any head time these days.

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The X is very good, but it's a mixed impression. The LCD-3 is still the best sounding Audeze and certainly the most natural, though the X sometimes sounds with better microdynamics. It would be interesting to match the Fazor technology to the LCD-3 :).

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You know headphones have arrived when they are front and center on the cover of Stereophile.

 

Very good review with comparision to both HD650 and HD800.

 

If you want my personal feedback on Audeze headphones I think you should make a light-weight model of the LCD-X. Shave off 100-200 grams and make sure the comfort and build quality is perfect.

 

If you could take the tech from the LCD-X but put it in a simpler housing that weighs 100-200 grams less, and give it a price point of $995... that would be a giant killer. I don't need a fancy box or anything like that. And I actually prefer simple velour ear pads to expensive leather ear pads as well.


Edited by TwoEars - 3/5/14 at 9:36am
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I missed this review. Thank you for posting it.

Some very seductive conclusions at the end.

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Thanks for posting! 

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