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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. gLer
    There's nothing noob about your observations. That's exactly how I've felt every time I tried the 650s. Yes, lots of detail, separation, yada yada. The Fostex may not have as much, but it has plenty, but is just SO much more enjoyable with its weight and heft and fun. More "musical" I would say. Likewise the LCD-2 has every bit of the 650s detail and imaging plus better and deeper bass, that's planar "wall of sound" which is hard to explain, and everything in-between. Personally, wait for the LCD-2C, and if you don't hear from Audeze, I suspect there'll be a Black Friday pair of LCD-2F's with your name on it...
     
  2. Nautrachkfriend
    To chime in quickly, I didn't think the HD660s had enough going on in the low end and they felt almost a little bit lifeless without an EQ. This isn't to say that they are bad headphones, they certainly had great detail, soundstage, imaging, etc.

    But If I had to choose between the 660s and the LCD-2C I'd probably go for the LCD-2C.
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2017
  3. denox
    I have similar experience with HD6xx AKA 650, while I like mid presentation overall 6xx sound were dull and lifeless. Anemic (for my taste) high were roll off too quick. I ditched 6xx as soon as I get Teaks. From time to time, Teaks put smile on my face for their awesome bass then came Atticus. I have both Teaks and Atticus for about two weeks so I did a lot of A/B comparison on both headphones before decided to keep Atticus. Many people felt Atticus over hyped but they are good headphones. I have burned couple of times following audiophile advice :) your ideal cans are not mine.
     
  4. BB 808
    I think you can order now.
     
  5. BB 808
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  6. denox
    Awesome, order placed.
    I am assuming delivery date still mid December?
     
  7. boostergold90
    Sweet. Did they immediately charge you?
     
  8. anoxy
    It seems that I was charged immediately, used Paypal.

    Excited, but also a bit apprehensive ordering the first batch of a newish Audeze product. Let’s hope they don’t screw anything up.
     
  9. EDWARIS
    they are really have less weight than old LCD-2? ho much? can't find any real specification
     
  10. gLer
    No they’re not, according to Audeze. But the new headband makes them more comfortable to wear.
     
  11. EDWARIS
    Ok, thank you very much..
     
  12. gLer
    Someone posted this earlier in this thread:

    "Sent an inquiry to Audeze about the weights of new LCD-2C and LCD-MX4. Quickly got an response from Chris. Hope this helps. (without cables in grams)"

    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
     
  13. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    I'd kill for these. Probably my #2 fave sound of all time.

    I'd love to hear it some time. I wouldn't want ANYTHING changed from the original LCD2 non-fazor sound.
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2017
  14. EricDH
    Very heavy compared to my Oppo PM-3. Better try them out in the shop before I decide to buy the LCD-2C.
     
  15. Odin412
    I'm interested, but I really don't like the idea of buying headphones without listening to them first. Hopefully @TSAVAlan will have a pair for demo in the near future.
     
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