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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. SilverEars
  2. anoxy
    It means you won’t hear sound from any other application on your computer while JRiver is open. JR has exclusive acceee to your audio output.
  3. chef8489
    No Idea never cared for foobar200.
  4. Berakotxa
    Vst wrapper or vst 2.4 adapter for foobar
  5. interweb-tech
    Thanks for the hint. I was able to get it installed using 2.4 adapter.
  6. ninetylol
    My ears must be crazy! Ive always read that the Fostex T50RPmk3 really misses some bass (which i never agreed with when i first heard them). Now Ive also read the LCD2-C probably got one of the best headphone bass you can have on this planet. Still i think the T50RPmk3 got more bass, also more punch. The LCD2-C got it way more under control and is always clean but still i cant believe my ears. Maybe i just got a crazzy modded pair - i bought the T50RPmk3 as a warehouse deal :p Anyone can chime in?
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2018
  7. joeexp
    Yep. Your ears must be crazy!
    MarkArtz and ninetylol like this.
  8. sandy1010
    Anyone have this and the LCD3 fazor? Are they too similar to own both, or would they make a reasonable companion?
  9. Hifi59
    They are NOT that similar at all. LCD-3f much more laid back while 2C more forward and punchy. LCD 3f is a bit more refined and smooth and bass goes deeper but 2c more punchy. I still prefer my lcd3 but some friends of mine prefer my Lcd2C more. I can’t argue with that.
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  10. alphanumerix1
    Is audeze driver variation still a big thing? I heard comments from friends who both own the 2c and them comparing them and they sounding different.
    Last edited: May 1, 2018
  11. anoxy
    I saw they released the LCD2C reveal profile.....and man it sounds bad. Seems like they really tried to flatten it out with this.
    alphanumerix1 likes this.
  12. franz12
    Indeed, I saw their measurements are different from unit to unit. Probably, it won't be a good idea to buy it in a used market, as bad ones are likely to be circulated from hand to hand. I would listen to it first in a dealer shop, or buy it directly to return in the case you got a bad unit.
    jaco61 and omniweltall like this.
  13. sandy1010
    Had a listen to these today, quite impressed with the more dynamic sound as compared to the LCD3. Prefer the LCD3 but this is a nice difference.

    One thing I found, the clamp force was a fair bit higher on the LCD2c, seemed a lot more sturdy on my head. Have the carbon fibre headband on my LCD3. Is this typical of the metal suspension headband as opposed fhe carbon?
    Last edited: May 1, 2018
  14. chef8489
    I would love to compare these to the x and the 3. If i get a chance i will rent a pair of the x and 3 from cableco. I keep wondering about upgrading from my lcd2c to a higher level lcd.
  15. sandy1010
    I only listened to the 2c for 15 mins, but I don’t hear the 3 as being a big upgrade. More just a different signature. 2C was more punchy, more dynamic. The 3 is more laid back, probably more suited to longer listening sessions.
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