3 Wooden Cup Finishes: Audeze LCD-4 Headphones
Nov 5, 2020 at 11:53 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 2
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We have a limited supply of 3 wooden finishes with the Audeze LCD-4
$4,595.00 Now: $4,295.00 USD

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https://www.moon-audio.com/audeze-lcd-4-reference-headphone.html

The is Audeze LCD-4 a new reference headphone resulting from years of dedicated research and development plus true advancements in materials science. The LCD-4 is the most advanced planar magnetic technology to date. Featuring amazingly thin nano-grade diaphragms and unique Double Fluxor magnet arrays for the most powerful magnetic flux density in existence, an incredible 1.5 Tesla!

It also features a new comfortable suspension-type carbon fiber and leather headband and delivers breathtaking high-resolution sound, imaging, and transparency, with exciting dynamics. It sounds incredibly open in the midrange and treble, and coupled with Audeze’s powerful bass removes the boundaries between artist and listener.

Which finish do you prefer?

Audeze LCD-4 Asian-Burl


Audeze LCD-4 Iron Wood


Audeze LCD-4 Maple
 
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Nov 7, 2020 at 8:05 AM Post #2 of 2

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Hooof. Those are some pretty, pretty headphones. I picked up my first premium headphones (DanClark Ether Flow 1.1 C) last spring. Friends, the price tag might scare you a bit; however, I can tell you right now... with certainty... that if these Audeze sound even on par with my unit... you will be a very happy customer. The >$2K pricetag will get you a pair of cups that are exquisitly built. And they will fit your head. And will blow your mind with their sound quality. Full stop. :ksc75smile:

I auditioned a pair of Audeze at my local shop... driving them with a Fulla 2, connected to my chromebook (powered only by its USB port... no external wall-wart needed). They were the closed-format. Very nice.
 

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