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Audeze LCD-2C Classic - Impressions Thread

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by XERO1, Oct 7, 2017.
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  1. Gambitek
    The 2C is better, obviously. But some things keep me going back to my X2...namely better separation and wider soundstage.
  2. pwjazz
    For heavily instrumental music like symphonies and even some opera they can sound just a little thick and reverby, so I find myself using EQ to tweak frequencies below 1000. But on these motets, the stock sound is just perfect and really makes me feel like I'm in the room.

  3. Gambitek
    I just realized I can't list my 2Cs for sale because I am a new member with not enough time or Posts. D'oh! Ebay it is.
  4. chef8489
    Yep a little ways off.
  5. Boerd
    Are the LCD2C made in China? The website doesn't display the "made in usa" they display for other LCDs.
  6. chef8489
    LCD2C - Reinventing a Classic
    Since its release in 2009, our original LCD2 headphone has been an industry favorite amongst passionate listeners everywhere.

    Audeze proudly presents a new take on our classic LCD2 design. The new LCD2 Classic headphone comes with a lightweight suspension headband, special crystal-infused nylon rings, remodeled audio jacks, and features the warm sound signature of the original LCD2 driver. Made right here in our Southern California facility."

    Says it all on the webpage.
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2018
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  7. Boerd
    Duhhh - for those who can read.... Are they as heavy as the LCD4? Those gave me a headache - literally.
  8. chef8489
    Thats ok. Some people dont consider California part of the USA> Maybe you were one LOL. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  9. chef8489
    Sine: 318g
    EL-8 Open: 520g
    EL-8 Closed: 540g
    LCD-2C: 549g
    LCD-2 Bamboo/Shedua: 565g
    LCD-2 Rosewood: 585g
    LCD-3: 629g
    LCD-X: 630g
    LCD-XC: 680g
    LCD-MX4: 555g
    LCD-4: 695g
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  10. Boerd
    I just sold my LCD4 - loved the sound but they were too heavy. Maybe I should try the LCD2C; not sure.
  11. chef8489
    Almost 150g lighter. Tyll did not like the lcd-4 much preferred the 3 and 2. You can find the 2c for 600 still in the sales threads. Just post a wtb or look,
  12. meringo
    I've got my LCD-2C listed in the sale forums if anyone wants to snag them at the "sale" price. Throwing in a free 2.5mm balanced cable.
  13. Shetzu
    Could you tell me where you got the balanced cable from. I am looking for one 2.5mm for my Kann
  14. meringo
    It's a Dyson Audio Cable that I got from eBay. Excellent quality and did the trick -- for about $50.
  15. Shetzu
    ok tks. Could you post an image with connectors on both ends.
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