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Audeze LCD-2 Impressions Thread

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  1. PLUSSOUND

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  2. ToroFiestaSol

     
    Audio-GD NFB-1AMP should be the ultimate amp with LCD-2 (pure class A and 5W at 70ohm!), and isn't expensive, in fact, raw parts alone cost more than the product itself, it's maybe the best price-perfomance in audio.
     
  3. ph58
    Try the Audio Gd NFb 28 full balanced , more than enough juice for the LCD2 , not expensive !
     
  4. ToroFiestaSol
     
    Nice one too, the difference is NFB-28 has DAC included and NFB-1AMP is only headphone amplifier/preamp. NFB-1AMP is cheaper because of that.
     
  5. exsomnis
     
    Can't go wrong with any of the Audio-gd headphone amps. The house sound is balanced, clear and dynamic. 
     
  6. YungFrieza
    What's a decently cheap amp that can power these? I bought them but I only have a Dragonfly v1.2 to power them with. Is there one that can provide the optimal 1-4W?
     
  7. narcispy
    Wow thanks for the detail.  I think I'll have to look into that Lyr 2 (really liking the quality of the Schiit products so far).  
     
  8. obzilla
     
     
    Deckard.
     
  9. DivergeUnify
    Hey guys,
     
    I was having some issues with my new LCD2s. Clarity was terrible, and they were sort of shouty.  I saw my reflection in the computer screen and saw the cups out at a more drastic angle than i've ever really seen.  I went and tightened up the silver flathead screws on the gimbals so they would not flex so easily, and I'm delighted to say I think the clarity tightened up.  This seems pretty plausible because the back part of the pads before was completely uncompressed which sets the cups at a pretty wide angle.
     
    If any other owners here are experiencing similar issues, maybe they wanna give it a try.  Seems common sense, but I overlooked it for months lol
     
  10. marcan
    Always a screw with the LCD. I always have to tighten up few screws.
     
  11. oAmadeuso
    Same here, always keep a 2mm Alan key handy for the horizontal pivot screws.
    There's something strangely satisfying about giving my LCD a screw check.
     
  12. marcan
    Yep same here.   Ah gets better :)
     
  13. Kevin.T
    Wow, I just tightened the flathead gimbal screws to limit cup rotation and the phones feel much better on my head! I also feel like the imaging is restored a bit (especially the center image, with snares and voices being less smeared).
     
    Thanks for the tip! [​IMG] 
     
  14. Ampeezy
    I'm about to switch to a balanced system on a budget, using the Music streamer HD, and the Matrix M-Stage HPA-3B. Cant wait to try it out
     
  15. Lohb
    I'm trying the same thing
    HRT sell under-rated DACs. Considering they are Deltasigma, they sound pretty natural to me.
    For the balanced part iBasso's discontinued true desktop class transportable amp PB2.
     
    For truly balanced end-to-end Ray Samuel's F35 would have done that as it can take any SE input and make it balanced due to some RSA internal tech.
     
    Can the Matrix covert SE input to balanced input ?
     
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